Creating Great Ambiance With a Wireless Home Theater System

If you are the life of the party, the one that likes to host all of the events in your family and amongst all of your friends, you will definitely want to create a great living room that will be comfortable and likable by everyone. In order to do this, not only do you need to have a comfortable, calm setting, and comfortable sitting area, but you will also want to create the whole “movie theater effect”. Anyone can easily do this by investing in one electronic that can turn a dull and boring room into the most popular place to be. That one gadget that will get every one to want to party at your place is a simple wireless home theater system.

A wireless system is just like the regular home theater systems that we are used to seeing, except it is wireless. Meaning, you will no longer have to deal with the annoying cables that get tangled behind your entertainment system and you don’t have to worry about hiding them from your visitors. With a wireless home theater system you can now have all the luxury of having a great system that will perfect the sound out of everything that comes from your television, including your soap operas, your favorite shows, movies, and your home theater system will even connect to your radio.

A wireless home system is the perfect gadget that will turn your home into a full fledged entertainment event. The great thing is that you can use it when you have company over, or you can use it and change the volume and settings to a quieter tone when it is just you. You can find a great, affordable wireless home theater system at great prices. You can find a home theater system in your local electronics stores or even your nearby Wal-Mart’s.

Another great place to find a good deal on the wireless systems is to find them in different retailers online. With the fast paced world of technology, more and more people are looking to find the best items at the lowest prices possible. You can find hundreds, if no thousands of retailers that will offer you a great discount on the latest home theater systems. The reason for this is because there is so much competition online that they are looking to have more people come to their shops and buy, so they offer great discounts to attain more buyers and have you come back for more business. This is a great advantage to you because you may be able to find the perfect wireless home theater system at a fraction of the cost, if you were to go to your local store.

When shopping for your home theater system, you want to make sure that you compare all of the advantaged and disadvantages of all of the different brands and models. Find out all of the specifics of the products, the different functionalities that it has, and which one will be the ideal model for you to purchase.

Sharing A USB Modem Internet Connection With Other PCs Using Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)

Yes you can share that USB modem internet connection on one PC with other PCs over an ad-hoc wireless network, even without a switch or wireless router. This is made possible with Internet Connection Sharing (ICS), a network service/feature of all windows-based systems. The sharing can also be done just between two PCs connected using an Ethernet cross-over cable.

How Do I Share My USB Modem Internet Connection With Other PCs Without A Switch/Router, Over My Ad-hoc WLAN?


1. Connect the USB modem (e.g. MTN 3G USB modem) to the host computer.

2. Enable ICS on the USB modem connection properties and select the network type through which you desire to share (e.g. Wireless Local Area Network connection)

3. Select the services you would want to run by clicking Settings. The basic services you need in order to access the internet are DHCP, DNS, HTTP, HTTPS.

4. Once this is done, your wireless card is assigned a static IP address. So before commencing the ICS setup, ensure the card is on DHCP so as to obtain the static IP address to be assigned. The static IP could be something like

5. Now its time to hook up other PCs to experience the sharing work! Note that ICS has to be enabled also on all PCs intending to access the internet via the host PC. Since we’re using WLAN in this case, enable ICS on the WLAN card properties and select relevant services as done earlier on the host PC (DHCP, DNS, HTTP, HTTPS)

6. At this point, you are good to go! To test, first check the IP details on the host and network PCs using the “IPCONFIG /ALL” command on windows command prompt. Example is shown below of one of the network PCs. It can access the internet since a website (e.g. ) can be reached and responds when the PING command is used!

Go ahead and try it out, it works…!