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How to Hack your Squeezebox (no Logitech Remote Required!)

article Read More   I've been working on a Smart Home system and one of the key features I wanted was whole-house audio (music in every room). Whole-house audio receivers are expensive, require lots of in-wall wiring, and doesn't provide the level of features I wanted. Sonos, a wireless music system, is the best option, but it has two problems: (1) it's too expensive for my current system-testing budget and (2) it's not open-source, which makes it difficult to custom program (doable, just difficult). The Sonos prices are as follows: Remote Control - $400 Cradle for Remote - $40 Unamped Receiver - $350 Amped Receiver - $500 (55w per channel) Wireless Bridge - $100 (for expanding into far-away areas) So the minimum system you could get away with would cost $750 (1 Remote Contr... Read more Read More

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How to Install a Butterfly Valve

Read More Butterfly valves are most commonly found between sections in tubes and pipes. Their purpose is to either isolate or regulate the flow of whatever materials pass through the tubes or pipes. Butterfly valves are a type of quarter-turn valve, so named for the way the metal disc moves in a manner similar to a butterfly flapping its wings back and forth. A butterfly valve contains a pivoting metal disc mounted on a rod that is connected to an actuator located on the outside of the valve. The disc is designed to fit flush with the tube or pipe and allows for quick shut off if necessary. In the open, or parallel, position, the disc is turned a quarter past the original position. This will allow for materials to pass through the tube or pipe. When the valve is closed, turned perpendicular ... Read more Read More

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