Avoid tangles with a wireless dvd player
Have you ever taken a look behind your television? If all you’ve got is widescreen display hooked up to a DVD player, then there shouldn’t be much to see back there. While this is possible, it is highly improbable. Most home entertainment systems are composed of far more than the afore-mentioned bare bones arrangement. In addition your DVD player, there’s usually the Playstation 3, the Xbox 360, the Nintendo Wii, the surround sound system, or even the karaoke machine. Every home is different, but there are so many things that you can connect to your television that, without a doubt, the space behind your television is likely a thicket of tangled and mismanaged wires.
Although this is a problem that you can and you should sort out, it is also wise to refrain from adding to the problem. This doesn’t mean that you have to stop from adding media players to your home entertainment systems, though. While some devices, particularly video game systems, require wires connected to the television or long power cables, other devices come in variations do not. You can purchase a wireless DVD player that has Bluetooth or WiFi technology allowing it connect to most newer televisions without the fuss of wire management. Some WiFi DVD players also feature functionality with applications like Pandora, Netflix, and YouTube. This connectivity allows for more media on your television without the further addition of multiple devices.
Media devices today are designed to have sleek and simplistic aesthetic appearances. Don’t let those countless hours of design go to waste by having your living room cluttered up. The home entertainment unit should be a technological fortress, so invest in some wireless devices to have yours look the part. Besides the visual appeal of no wires, the wireless option is safer for children and makes it so that your home is much easier to clean. There are no downsides!
Written by Asher Briggs