Boston Acoustics – TVee 26 Soundbar with 6-1/2″ Wireless Subwoofer

A good audio needs a good speaker to project good quality sound. In fact, regardless of whether you have a high-quality audio, you cannot enjoy it without a proper output channel. Thus, choosing a good sound system like Boston Acoustics – Tvee 26 soundbar with 6-1/2″ wireless subwoofer. This system is fitted with a Dolby Digital 5.1 decoder as well as a digital optimized virtual surround technology that enables it to deliver rich immersive sound that are guaranteed to bring your games, movies and much more to life. In addition, this wireless subwoofer also offers a deep and powerful bass.

The Boston Acoustics – Tvee 26 soundbar with 6-1/2″ wireless subwoofer also has other features that contribute to its functionality immensely. The first feature that is very important is the 150w RMS power that provides high quality sound that you need for your TV shows, music, games as well as movies. The wireless subwoofer with 6-1/2″ driver is also a great addition to this sound system because it is carefully designed to deliver deep robust bass.

Another great feature of this sound system is the digital optimized virtual surround technology that blends well with the Dolby digital 5.1 decoder to create an immersive soundscape for that ultimate cinematic experience that you are looking to achieve. This system would not be complete without the BassTrac circuitry that provides an enhancement for your bass without much distortion.

The Boston Acoustics – Tvee 26 soundbar with 6-1/2″ wireless subwoofer also comes with dedicated movie and music modes. This is a great inclusion to this system because it has the capability of accommodating various listening situations. In terms of output, this sound system has included 1 TOSLINK optical digital, 1 RCA and one 1/8″ mini stereo auxiliary. It also has touch sensitive controls for easy operation as well as a learning capability that allows you to use your existing remote alongside the remote that is included in the purchase package thereby simplifying the setup.

The Boston Acoustics – Tvee 26 soundbar with 6-1/2″ wireless subwoofer also come with keyhole wall mounts that is quite important in ensuring that you home theatre is free of clutter. This sound system does not consume so much space as the sound bar measures 3-5/16 x 31-1/2 x 2 15/16 inches (HxWxD) while the subwoofer has dimensions of 9-3/8 x 10-1/2 x 11 inches (HxWxD). The purchase package of this wireless subwoofer includes the Boston Acoustics – Tvee 26 soundbar with 6-1/2″ wireless subwoofer, a remote, speaker grille, optical digital cable, analog RCA cable and an owner’s manual. In addition, you will also get a 5-year warranty on passive components, a years warranty on to power components for both parts and labor. This wireless speaker set is available at the Best Buy website at a very low price. To make the deal better, use a Best Buy promo code to get further discount on your shopping at the store website.

Eco friendly cleaning with Baking Soda – Frugal, Organic & Green!

They say ‘cleanliness is next to godliness’ – well with these tips and a jumbo tub of baking soda, you can feel positively saint-like when you achieve a sparkling home, whilst saving money and helping the environment along the way.

Have a look in any house-proud woman’s cleaning cupboard, and you’ll probably find an array of cleaning products which are a. expensive, b. full of chemicals and other nasties, and c. totally unnecessary! Get yourself the biggest tub of baking soda you can find and prepare to be amazed at all the household cleaning tasks it can take on.

In the kitchen:

Instead of using a costly spray to clean your worktops, simply sprinkle them with baking soda and wipe with a clean damp cloth – no nasty smells, and no leftover chemicals to worry about when preparing food later! It works for scuffs and marks on floors too!

A small pot of baking soda placed at the back of your refrigerator will act as a natural deodoriser to keep nasty smells at bay.

To clean silverware – make a paste of 3 parts baking soda to one part water, rub it over each piece, rinse in warm water & buff with a soft cloth.

To budge burned on food from the bottom of pans, sprinkle in some baking soda, pour on boiling water and leave to soak overnight – your pans will soon be good as new.

Get rid of stale smells in plastic food containers by rinsing with warm water & baking soda.

For Laundry:

Don’t waste money on an expensive fabric softener – half a cup of baking soda added to your rinse cycle will act as a natural softener without any need for harsh chemicals – great news for anyone with sensitive skin.

For brighter whites, forget bleach – just add half a cup of baking soda to your regular detergent to naturally rejuvenate greying white shirts to their former glory.

Stubborn stains? Make a baking soda paste (3 parts soda to one water) and rub directly into the stain before washing as normal.

In the bathroom:

A baking soda paste makes a great cleanser for all bathroom surfaces and taps – it’s naturally abrasive and cleansing, so will help you achieve a sparkling shine with no bleach.

Once a week, pour 1/4 of a cup of baking soda down the drain and rinse with warm water to keep blockages at bay.

Keep your brushes & combs in great condition by giving them a baking soda ‘bath’ once a week.

Everywhere Else:

To get rid of ‘wet dog’ smell from the family hound – simply sprinkle their coat with a little baking soda and brush through – it’s 100% natural so not harmful at all.

Stale odours coming from your carpet? Sprinkle with baking soda, leave to settle for half an hour, then vacuum as normal – nasty whiffs be gone!

A baking soda solution is the perfect cleanser for children’s toys – you can even decant into a spray bottle to make life easier – and it’s 100% natural, so you don’t need to worry about using it around younger members of the family.

So next time you’re at the supermarket, bypass the cleaning products aisle & stock up on baking soda instead – the uses are endless, it’s eco friendly & it’ll save you a small fortune!

Extreme couponing: Clever saving or organized hoarding ?

So after watching the new TLC show “Extreme Couponing” I’ve been doing some research about different ways to save money on groceries. Turns out there’s a lot of information to be found to maximize savings at the check-out counter.

But at what point does the quest to save money become unhealthy? I think it’s when you have over 1,400 rolls of toilet paper under your child’s bed, yet you keep buying toilet paper simply because you have coupons. Actually, I think it becomes unhealthy long before that point, but that’s just me.

I mean, who really needs 1,400+ rolls of toilet paper, 200+ boxes of cereal, or 1,700+ sticks of deodorant? And is it really saving money if you’ll never use it? Sure, getting a huge bottle of mustard for 39 cents is a great savings, but will anyone really use 77 jars of it?

And where do they get all these coupons anyway? Even if I dive into every recycling bin in town I doubt I’ll score enough coupons for this type of a shopping trip. But I hear some people actually pay for their coupons! Could someone please explain to me how this figures into saving money? I mean if you’re spending money to save money on something you don’t need, why not save that first money and not stock up like some cold war doomsayer.

Let someone else who has a coupon for that item, who will use it, save some money. Or if you insist on buying it, donate it. And not just the mustard, but all of it that’s just too much for one family to use before it can go bad.

So, dear readers, please weigh in. At what point does the idea of saving money become ridiculous? Is it when you buy an extra pack of toilet paper when it’s on sale, when you stock up on chicken at a good price, or when you have to install special shelving units in the kids’ playroom to accommodate a food bank’s worth of chicken noodle soup?

Would you buy more than your family could use just because it’s on sale? And what would you do with the overage? Keep it? Donate it? Have a bargain price yard sale? (Would that even be legal?) But seriously, what do you think of all of this extreme couponing stuff?