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#TBT: 50K Feet of Cable Inside Log Cabin

Throwback Thursday goes back to 2011 when Amenitek redesigned an A/V system in an 18,000-square-foot log cabin that featured two 7.1-channel surround-sound rooms, three 5.1 surround rooms and 12 zones of audio.

Arlen Schweiger · February 18, 2015

‘Great Looking Racks’ Winner Manages 3.8 Miles of Install Wiring

Electronic Lifestyle Associates very neatly integrated the gear and cabling to cover 23 rooms and 7,500 square feet and earn accolades as winner of this year’s ‘Great Looking Racks’ contest, sponsored by Middle Atlantic Products.

CE Pro Editors · November 02, 2014

#TBT: The 10 Worst Wiring Jobs Cleaned Up

For this edition of Throwback Thursday, look back at photos of the worst wiring jobs after they’ve been cleaned up and see how they turned out.

CE Pro Editors · June 18, 2014

Neat-O: Closing the Case on Another Takeover Job

Tom Marino from Advanced Technologies tackled a wiring job so messy the panel enclosure wouldn’t shut.

Arlen Schweiger · May 04, 2014

Neat-O: Wireless System Rebuilt for ‘This Old House’ in Wake of Superstorm Sandy

Integrator uses Gefen wireless solution to reconstruct New Jersey home’s IT network destroyed by Hurricane Sandy for TV show ‘This Old House.’

Jason Knott · April 03, 2014

10 ‘Go To’ Tools Every Technician Needs (and Why)

Whether it’s a multifunction tool or one for an individual special need, there are certain often-overlooked ‘A-level’ tools for measurement and termination that every datacomm technician must have.

Jason Knott · January 21, 2013

Category Cabling: TIA-568a or TIA-568b?

Dealers on Remote Central debate Cat 5/6 wiring standards. Should you use TIA-568a or TIA-568b for residential installations?

Julie Jacobson · June 21, 2012

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CE Pro Editors · May 13, 2012

Fess Up: How Bad is Your Equipment Cabinet?

After seven years, our structured wiring, home automation and and A/V rack are a mess! What’s in your own closet?

Julie Jacobson · February 28, 2012