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http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=109&cp_id=10914&cs_id=1091403&p_id=10682&seq=1&format=2 Off by a bit, but it's 1486.40. it's a complete kit. Monoprice does have a 4x2 Matrix, with a local HDMI out, and a single HDBaseT extender kit, PID 10226 for a little more than $300. http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=109&cp_id=10914&cs_id=1091403&p_id=10226&seq=1&format=2
Scott, Thank you for visiting the Monoprice booth, and hosting the party at Jazz & Jacks.
I have had plenty of first hand experience with the camera. Editing could be a pain on a PC because video is in an MOV format. It's MAC friendly, but not Windows Movie Maker friendly. You will need to convert the video files to AVI or MPEG4 if you would like to edit using the Windows Movie Maker. As a free app i would recommend Handbrake. It's really easy to use, and relatively quick. As for the camera itself, it is super easy to use. I can't stress enough at how easy to...
Monoprice is based in Southern California, and so are all of the customer service reps. The "Call Center" (quotes, because most traffic is chat related) is in Rancho Cucamonga. Everyone you speak to or communicate with should be proficient. Also, the names you see, really are that persons name. (I work for Monoprice, that is how i know).If you guys have any issues ever, let them know. Also let them know if you are truly unhappy about something, they do what ever is in...
http://www.avsforum.com/t/991046/monoprice-in-wall-in-ceiling-speakers Here you are. There are 52 Pages worth of feedback for you.
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=108&cp_id=10823&cs_id=1082706&p_id=10010&seq=1&format=2 I would check these out. Looks like they should be available within the next few weeks. Very low priced. I've been fortunate to hear these, and they sound great. I would take a look.
Have you tried looking at the Monoprice screens? They are really nice looking and easy to install. It's just a matter of installing two simple brackets and having it hand in the same manner as you would install a TV. Depending on the size you are looking for, there are plenty of options below that price point. http://www.monoprice.com/products/subdepartment.asp?c_id=108&cp_id=10829
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Check out the speaker system from Monoprice. It is very very similar to the Energy Take system your are looking at, but this one includes the powered Subwoofer. It is also under the $250 mark. http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=109&cp_id=10906&cs_id=1090601&p_id=9774&seq=1&format=2 The Energy Take speakers would be my pick, but you will be hard pressed finding a decent sub for under $100. The super affordable and highly rated 150W sub from monoprice is...
Hey guys, i haven't had a chance to go though the rest of the thread to see if this had been already answered, But1) yes, there is. In-ceiling and in-wall speakers are designed with different depths in mind. An in wall speaker will never be more than 4in deep, while you may find in-ceiling speakers be up to 6in deep in some cases. In ceiling speakers will also have a smaller foot print.2) Ideally, that would be the best thing you can do. This is the reason why external...
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