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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-01-15

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Finally, you can refinish your hardwood floors without all the dust...

ELECTRONIC from page Cl

Barnett explains a wall-

mounted control unit to


the TV signal that gives them
the best access to these gad-

Currently, cable TV users

are limited to using only those

Photos by Angie Baan

Bill Yerke, 4th generation owner of Yerke Floors, demonstrates that
sanding with the "Atomic" system is a clean and classy act.

Yerke Floors is proud to be the first retailer in the area to offer
advanced "truck mounted" dust containment system.

People will spend quite a bit of

money on furniture, tile, carpeting

will be the only signal in town come

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life," Barnett says. "We think about
how many years ago people didn't
have air conditioning; now we think

The changing shape of the televi-
sion set is making a positive impact
on the entertainment center.

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air conditioning is normal. Today, it is

The TV set's "flexible size and light

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• Laminates

obsolete to have a switch to turn on
just a couple of lights; but how about
a switch to do a lighting pathway to

weight makes adapting electronics
into a room easier," Hartunian says.
"Today, with the new televisions, you

a family room, master bedroom or

can hang a 50-inch TV set on the
wall, or hide it like a picture."

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"And the lights can be pro-
grammed ... to enhance home secu-
rity and energy conservation. You can

control your home lighting from the

same remote that you use to control
your theater or music system."

Alarm and security systems are
a big part of Avio's business. The
company can install security cameras

allowing parents to watch their chil-
dren at play throughout the home or

in the backyard. It can hook up com-

puters to the Internet. It can place
DVDs or CDs on a server available
for viewing or listening throughout

the home.
"The biggest part of our job is
education because a lot of people are

technology adverse," Barnett says.
Stadium seating in an entertainment

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introduce two-way cable cards. As
mandated by the government, HDTV

and art for the room but where's the
beauty if it cannot be seen properly?
"Lighting is so normal to everyday


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gadgets provided by the cable
companies. This will change
next year when the companies

means placing the correct materials
on the walls, ceilings and floors to

achieve a balanced sound level in the
room throughout the entire frequency
range of human hearing.
The entertainment center "is still

about entertaining and the TV's
status is as important as ever, it

remains the "focal point," says
Marty Hartunian, president of ABC
Warehouse in Pontiac.
The TV's role is becoming more

important than ever as more elec-
tronics gizmos and gadgets become
common. The big question facing

consumers is how they will receive

Electronic Options

Are you bewildered and over-
whelmed by the dazzling array
of electronic gadgets flooding
the market? Should you create
a home theater or toss out your
VCR? How big should your TV
screen be? Should you buy a
plasma or LCD set? Should you
sign up for cable or satellite or
the phone company?
Here are some tips from the
Custom Electronic Design &
Installation Association to help
you sort things out. CEDIA is an
international trade association of
companies, specializing in plan-
ning and installing electronic
systems for the home.
• Wire for everything now as
you don't know what the future
will bring.
• Plan for HDTV now. Federal
law takes effect in February, re-
quiring all TV stations to broad-
cast in high definition.
• Insist on integrated lighting
and audio systems.
• Buy an experience, not a box.
Find a dealer that will allow you
to test drive the entire system
to experience the thrill of high
• Buy remote controls that
handle every system in your
house and get them custom pro-

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