How to Mount Your Flat Screen TV

Mounted TV

Mounting a TV on the wall frees up space in the home and gives a much cleaner appearance, but it can be an intimidating task. To help you out, we have put together a how-to guide with tips to mounting your TV so you can avoid the most common mistakes.

Things you should know before you get started. . .


  • Be sure you have all the necessary hardware, mounting kit, and cables required to complete the installation.
  • Read manufacturer’s instructions for both the TV and the wall mount. If you have not purchased a wall-mounting bracket yet, check your TV’s owner manual for mounting guidelines. Always check the screen size and the weight that a bracket can hold.
  • Think about what you want your bracket to be able to do as well. You may want to get a bracket that enables you to swivel your TV left and right to avoid glare, or get a better view from different seats.
  • Decide whether you will leave the cables showing or hide them in the wall behind your TV.
  • Arrange to have at least one other person present to help you hang the TV on the wall bracket.
  • Determine the best wall location for mounting your TV. Check for a location with no glare and good visibility from all sitting areas in the room. For optimal viewing, plan to mount your TV at a height on the wall that corresponds to the viewers eye level when seated.
  • Choose a location that is also close to an electrical outlet and measure the length of the TV’s power cord to be sure it will reach. Please see the safety tips section below for additional requirements on choosing the optimal place to mount your TV.

Safety Tips:

  • Ensure the area behind the wall where the TV will hang is clear of obstructions by using a cable-wire tester/locator before drilling. This will avoid damage to house wiring.
  • Turn off power in the area you will be drilling/cutting to avoid electric shock.
  • Make sure that you understand local building and fire codes. If you are routing cables inside your wall, use models that are rated for in-wall installation. Do NOT route cables through your wall that lack this safety rating. If you want to keep cables not rated for in-wall hidden, you will need to hire an electrician or purchase an easy-to-install cable management raceway, which will hide your cables on the outside of the wall.

Get started . . .

Step 1

  • Attach the TV mounting bracket to the television.  If there is a stand on your TV frame, remove it by unbolting it.
  • Locate your mounting holes on the back of your TV. Most flat panel TVs do not have their mounting holes exposed. If necessary, use a screwdriver to pry off the plastic caps that cover the holes.
  • The TV portion of the bracket comes in two pieces. Make sure you line up the screw holes on each side so that the mount is level. Attach the mounting arms to the mounting holes on TV, using the bolts provided with your mounting kit. Do not use a power drill for this and be careful not to over-tighten.
  • Set your TV to the side. It’s best to not keep your TV lying face-down as this could cause damage to your screen.

Step 2

Note: Not all brackets are mountable on concrete or brick, and only some will include the appropriate hardware. You may need to order additional materials from the manufacturer or purchase some supplies from your local hardware store, such as concrete wall anchors. Be sure to follow the instructions in the owner’s manual.

  • Use a stud finder to locate nearby studs at your mounting location. To safely and securely mount your TV to the wall, you’ll need to drill the bracket into these wooden studs. Once you have located each stud, mark the center of each with a pencil or masking tape.
  • Measure the distance between the top and bottom holes on each TV mounting arm. Mark two points in the center of each wall stud, corresponding to these holes. Use a level to verify that the bracket is level before securing it to the wall.
  • Have your helper keep it stable while you screw it into the wall to make sure it stays level. After securing the bracket to the wall, check the level again. NOTE:  Do not use hollow-wall anchors as they CANNOT support TV wall mounts.

Step 3

  • Connect the cables. If you are attaching your TV to a fixed mount laying flat on the wall, you may find it easier to connect the cables to the television before attaching to wall bracket.
  • Be sure the TV and any attached devices are unplugged.
  • Have someone help you hold the television up to the wall mount. Attach the audio and video to the television per the manufacturers’ instructions.
  • If you route your cables along the outside of your wall, you’ll want to keep the power and A/V cables separate to avoid interference. Don’t bundle them together, and try to keep a couple of inches of distance between them throughout the run. Some cable management raceways include two separate wiring channels for this purpose.
  • If you are going to run the A/V cables inside the wall, follow these instructions:
    • Shut off the power to the area you’re working in.
    • You’ll need to cut holes for the A/V cables to enter and exit the wall. Use your stud finder to check for obstacles behind the wall, then drill a pilot hole. This is a small exploratory hole, drilled in the center of the space. Use caution when drilling pilot holes, so you don’t plunge your bit into a pipe or electrical conduit. Next, insert a sturdy wire (such as a bent coat hanger) into the pilot hole, and explore the space behind the wall where you’d like to cut. You should also explore nearby crawlspaces or review your electrical and plumbing plans (available from your builder) to make sure you know what’s behind the drywall before you cut. Don’t cut unless you know that the area behind the wall is clear.
    • When cutting drywall, use a hand-held drywall saw (not an electric one) and cut slowly. Cut the drywall in one piece, on an inward slant, so that it’s easier to patch later if necessary.

Step 4

  • Hang the TV. DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS ALONE.  You will need another person to help you lift and secure to the bracket.
  • Lock the TV mounting arms onto the wall bracket plate. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to secure the connections.
  • Confirm that every point of connection is locked down securely. Test your installation with a few light tugs.
  • If your bracket allows for tilting or swiveling, make those adjustments.
  • Test and troubleshoot connections and TV functions to be sure they all work. Make adjustments as necessary.

Step 5

  • Sit back and relax, you’re done!

Not comfortable with mounting your television yourself? No worries, just call a professional.  P.C. Richard & Son has professional electronic installers available in the NY, NJ, PA and CT areas.  Learn more about our installation packages here.


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Sony Demo Day Sunday, December 21, 2013


Have you been curious about the latest technology from Sony? Sony reps will be holding an in-store 4K and soundbar demo day this Sunday, December 21, 2013, between 11am-5pm at our Atlantic Avenue, Raritan, Yonkers and Chelsea superstores. Stop down and learn more about  the highest resolution television experience possible and marvel in true surround sound.

While you are there you will  have a chance to win movie tickets just for experiencing Sony products during your visit. And that’s not all… don’t forget to take a “Selfie” next to a Sony product while you are there for a chance to win a trip to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil from Sony! (Learn more about this sweepstakes here.) You don’t want to miss this demo day!

Hope to see you there! Check all store locations here.


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Sony Event This Week at P.C. Richard and Son


It’s the perfect week to start your holiday shopping with the Sony event going on now at P.C. Richard and Son! We’re celebrating all that Sony has to offer this week with amazing deals on Sony TVs, laptops, cameras, speakers, and much more.  Work, play, or create – Sony offers an array of products that are great for the office, home, or hobby. 

This week, save up to $1500 on select Sony 4K Ultra HDTVs and experience a picture as real as life itself! Plus, purchase any 55”/65” Sony 4K Ultra HDTV and save $200 on a Sony 4K Ultra HD Media Player, which allows you to watch select movies in 4K.  Don’t forget to also check out their first curved LED TV that features a similar curve to that of a movie theater screen, allowing you to experience home theater like never before.

 Also during this week-long event save on 3D Ready LED HDTVs, and instantly save $300 on a Sony 7.1 Channel Surround Sound Bar  when purchased with any Sony TV 55” or larger.

Not looking for a TV right now? Be sure to check out their state-of-the-art cameras, tablets, and computers; many of which feature Sony PlayMemories… a whole new way of having fun with photos and videos. The PlayMemories series lets you easily organize your photos and videos and instantly share them anywhere on all your favorite digital devices. See your local P.C. Richard & Son sales associate for details! Hurry in and save big on select Sony notebooks, tablets, home audio, cameras and more! For more details check out our weekly circular or stop into one of your local P.C. Richard and Son stores to see all the savings on Sony products. See you there!


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Introducing the New Bose® SoundTouch™ Wi-Fi® Music System

AsPhotographers |  We Are The Rhoads | Chris & Sarah Rhoads   Client: Bose your world of music keeps growing, the all-new Bose SoundTouch products let you enjoy it all at the touch of a button! If you have an existing home Wi-Fi network, you’re ready to enjoy Bose sound in any room you want; no extra equipment necessary. Bose SoundTouch devices can access music stored on a Mac or Windows computer, as well as Internet and Pandora radio stations, making listening to music easier than ever.

Besides music streaming, SoundTouch devices can be controlled by the Bose SoundTouch app for iOS, Android, Mac OS X, and Windows. With this app, you can browse for music; set up to six presets for one-touch access to a specific playlist, internet radio station, and more. If you have multiple SoundTouch devices the app will allow you to control volume and music selection on each separately, or set all devices to play simultaneously as a multi-room system.  Bose has also added Apple’s AirPlay so that you can play music wirelessly from an Apple device.

The only thing you need to decide is which system is right for you: the battery-powered portable system that can be easily moved from room to room (Bose SoundTouch Portable), the compact, easy-to-place system that delivers room-filling sound (Bose SoundTouch 20), or the best-performing one-piece Wi-Fi system, which produces powerful sound that can fill your largest room (Bose SoundTouch 30)? Whichever one you choose, Bose sound is just one touch away. Are you ready to enjoy rich, room-filling sound in any room you want?


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What You Need To Know About 4K Ultra HD


Just when you figured out the differences between LCD, LED, plasma, and 3D, here comes something new to learn, 4K Ultra HD. This new technology is the talk of the town right now and for good reason. If you have been a little curious about all the hype surrounding 4K read on and let us know what you think about 4K Ultra HD.

What exactly is 4K?

4K Ultra HD, 4K’s official consumer label, refers to horizontal resolution instead of vertical, which are all on the order of 4,000 pixels. 4K screens deliver an 8 mega pixel image from Hi-res cameras. Full HDTVs offer an image around 2 megapixels.  Having so many pixels of detail, 4096 x 2160 Pixels, will increase the draw distance in 4K display giving it more depth than 2K.

A little history . . .

4K resolution started in Hollywood. In March 2002 the big film studios got together to form the Digital Cinema Initiative (DCI) to establish a standard architecture for digital cinema systems.

Part of DCI’s work was to establish standards that cinemas should meet in converting to digital. Within these standards was the stipulation that the projectors installed must deliver a 2K or 4K resolution.

Sony, the only member of the DCI with experience in hardware and filmmaking, focused their energy on producing 4K projectors, with the first 4K projector being installed in a cinema in 2006. 

The DCI initiative has been very effective, there are more than 20,000 4K projectors globally, with 40% of all US commercial screens now using 4K digital projectors. This growth rate is only increasing and 4K is here to stay in the cinema world.

Why should you consider a 4K Ultra HD TV for yourself?

  • With an already high number, and growing quickly, of 4K-capable cinemas more and more films are being converted into 4K digital masters. It’s not just films that are being converted, more and more television shows are being shot in 4k as well.
  • 4K is much closer to at home cinema feel than 2k. It is the only way you can see almost exactly what the people who created the film wanted you to see, which makes it irresistible to serious film fans.
  • Detail. 4K delivers detail that 2k and Full HD can’t touch. 4K resolution is in a completely different league to 1080p (Full HD) or 2k, having 4096 x 2160 pixels to work with lets displays reproduce subtle details and even texture. So many pixels of detail increases the draw distance of pictures and the images appear 3D to the viewer when they are not.
  • 4K TVs include a format called xvYcc, which allows them to show a wider range of colors than current TVs.
  • Fantastic for sporting events. 4K Ultra HD allows you to zoom in much closer to the action, without losing so much clarity. Great for the viewer at home and for the referees making key calls during game time.
  • Not as expensive as you think Sony’s 55” and 65” Class 4k Ultra HD 3D Ready LED TV’s are mainstreamed sized screens at modest prices.


Bottom line is this technology will make you smile simply because it is so impressive. The picture is beyond fantastic compared to anything we have now. The colors will amaze you and you will see detail and texture on images that you have never seen before. 4K Ultra HD is awesome. If you don’t believe so just stop into one of our P.C. Richard & Son superstores and view it with your own eyes; you may want to bring some popcorn.



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Home Theater 101: How Do I Position My Surround Sound Speakers?

Polk Theater SetEach speaker has a specific role to play in your surround sound system. Understanding what each speaker does will help you shop smarter.

Center Channel Speaker

The primary purpose of a center channel speaker is to produce movie sound the director positioned in the center channel. When watching a movie more than 50% of the soundtrack, including almost all dialogue, is delivered through the center channel speaker. Since a great deal of action comes from this speaker, a good center channel speaker is crucial for a well-balanced home theater system.

Keep in mind a center channel speaker is best placed just below the TV, so make sure your speaker is an appropriate size for the intended placement. Most experts recommend getting 5 perfectly matched speakers for surround sound including the center channel speaker, but today many speakers will allow you to adjust the volume of each speaker separately making it easier to integrate a non matching center channel speaker.

When choosing a center channel speaker consider the other speakers in your surround sound system. Compact subwoofer/satellite systems usually use smaller center channel speakers, while tower speakers require a larger center channel model to maintain a balanced surround sound effect.

Front Left and Front Right Speakers

The front left and front right speakers provide a wide range of sounds that blend with the video to create a more realistic and exciting movie experience. The front speakers handle most of the special effects, which move back and forth between the two speakers in sync with the images on the screen.

In addition, front speakers also handle the sound of things happening off-camera, such as a car that is approaching but hasn’t come into view yet. Front speakers are also very important for music listening; they do all the work when it comes to stereo music reproduction.

When it comes to front speakers there are 3 types you can choose from:

Surround Speakers

The surround speakers produce atmospheric, ambient sounds – such as rain drops, the rustling of a newspaper, splashing in a pool, or footsteps. These atmospheric sounds and special effects are what make you feel like you’re actually in the middle of the action that’s taking place on screen.

The surround speakers are best placed to the left and right of your listening position. If side placement isn’t possible, place your surround speakers behind and above your listening position. Correct surround speaker placement is important for quality sound. Look for surround speakers that you can easily angle towards your listening area. Pivoting mounting brackets and speaker stands can help do the trick as well.

Consider where you will put your surround speakers and whether they will need to be stand-mounted, wall-mounted, or even placed in-wall or in-ceiling. For well-balanced sound, you should strive for your surround speakers to have the same performance capability as your front left and front right speakers.
A 5.1-channel surround system, with only one pair of surround speakers is the most common setup. If you have a larger space you may want to consider buying additional speakers to use as “back surrounds” in a 6.1 or 7.1-channel system.

Powered Subwoofer

A home theater system should include at least one powered subwoofer. Most movies, as well as TV shows and video game soundtracks, provide a dedicated channel for deep bass.

The bass is what makes your windows rattle and your house shake, during special effects like thunder or explosions. Most speakers can’t deliver that level of bass on their own; this is why a subwoofer is needed.

Since the deep-bass frequencies reproduced by the subwoofers are non-directional it is very difficult for our ears to actually pin-point the direction in which the sound is coming. That’s why we can only sense that the thunder or explosions seem to be all around us, rather than coming from a particular direction. As a result, the subwoofer can be placed anywhere in the room. However, placing a subwoofer near a wall or in a corner can increase bass impact noticeably. Experiment by placing your subwoofer in different locations; then choose the location that sounds the best to you. One subwoofer is the norm, but if you want to ensure even and smooth coverage, add a second subwoofer.

Need more help in deciding what speakers are best for your home theater system? Just stop into anyone of our P.C. Richard and Son Superstores and one of our expert sales representatives can help you find exactly what you’re looking for!


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Introduction to Surround Sound



Want to have that same surround sound experience you get at the movie theater in your own home? You can, and it’s really simple! Here is a basic “Do It Yourself” introduction to setting up a home theater system in your own home.

You will need a home theater receiver and at least six speakers; including a powered subwoofer. You can keep it simple by buying a pre-matched surround sound speaker system.

When purchasing your speaker system, keep the size of your room and TV size in mind.  If you have a big TV or a medium-to-large size room, choose larger speakers.  Where you position each speaker, depending upon the layout and shape of your room, may affect size or type of speaker as well.

Next, decide on your layout. Check the picture below for a basic set up of how speakers should be properly placed.



Remember you can get a cleaner look with in-wall speakers, in-ceiling speakers or custom flat panel speakers that integrate with your TV set.

Follow these steps for a quick set up:


  • Connect the surround sound receiver to your TV by inserting the HDMI cable into the “HDMI Out” jack on the back of the receiver and the “HDMI In” jack on the back of your TV.
  • Position the front-left and front-right speakers facing your audience on both sides of the TV. You may place the speakers on the ground, on a shelf or hang them with wall fasteners.
  • Position the center speaker above or below your television, level with the front speakers.
  • Position the subwoofer wherever it is convenient; placement does not have an impact on sound quality. In picture above we have it placed to the left center, but that may not be ideal for you.
  • Attach speaker wire to the correct speakers. (Samsung’s surround sound systems include color-coded speaker wire to assist in identifying wire placement). Insert the black end of each wire into the “Negative” port and the red end of each wire into the “Positive” port of each speaker.
  •  Match the speaker wire plugs to their corresponding jacks on the back of the surround sound receiver. If using a wireless system, insert the included TX card into the “TX card” slot, with the label reading “Wireless” facing up, and connect your rear surround sound speakers to the wireless receiver.
  • Plug in the surround sound receiver and power it on to enable your surround sound speakers.


Now pop in Jurassic Park and enjoy your at home theater experience! If you need more help with your installing your home theater system, electronic installations are available in the NY, NJ, PA, and CT areas through P.C. Richard & Son. For more information click here.



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Take Your Home Entertainment Experience To The Backyard



Football season is right around the corner, and the smell of Buffalo wings is in the air. Football is not just a game you sit on the couch and enjoy; it’s an event! For those who can’t make it to the game, you need to bring that same excitement and energy to your home every Sunday. Want to know how to bring your game day experience to a whole new level?

Imagine watching the game in your own backyard, barbecuing with family and friends while the kids play catch. This is the next best thing to being at the game. Chances are you already have a grill and patio furniture; all you’re missing is the perfect outdoor television. Before you run out and purchase a TV for your backyard tailgate, there are a few things you should know.

An indoor TV won’t cut it. Myth is that you can use an indoor TV outside, but doing so will likely void your warranty and you will end up with an overheated TV. TV’s are designed to work within a certain temperature range; start pushing the edges of that range and bad things are going to happen. The operating temperature of an outdoor TV has a much larger range than an indoor TV. Unlike indoor TV’s, SunBriteTVs, the leading manufacturer of outdoor television, can range from as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit to as high as 122 degrees Fahrenheit.

Outdoor televisions are built with an exterior design to protect internal components from rain, dust, insects, humidity and salt air. These televisions are made to be installed permanently outdoors. Indoor TVs are not.

Once you have decided on the screen size; pick a spot in your yard for installation that isn’t facing directly into the sunlight. An outdoor TV is not much different in this way to an indoor TV. SunBriteTVs come with variable backlighting that allows the brightest picture possible during the day and dimmed for viewing at night.

Obviously there are other benefits to purchasing an outdoor television than just watching football games. Do you remember Drive-in Theaters? You can replicate that same experience with a movie night in your own yard! Watch your favorite sitcom or try your next workout video outside instead of indoors. . . there are so many ways to appreciate outdoor television viewing!

Are you thinking about the possibilities? Check our large selection of SunBriteTV, the leader in true outdoor television, and find the perfect TV for you today! Check out our store locations here.


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5 Points to keep in Mind When Shopping For a TV

With so many different options in television viewing, it’s hard to choose what is best for you. There are 5 points you should keep in mind when shopping for a TV to help make the decision making process easier.



The most important thing to consider when shopping for the right TV is your budget; how much you are willing to spend will determine how many choices you actually have. Before you enter a store it’s good to have this budget in mind. If your budget is from $100-$250 your selection and screen sizes choose from will be smaller. You will also be limited to LCD and LED panels; but that’s not a bad thing! LCD and LED are the most popular TV panels out there. If you increase your budget to $500,  you also increase the screen sizes in your selection. You’ll not only be deciding between LCD and LED panels anymore, but plasma as well. Increase your budget to $1000 and you will have a much larger selection and choices, including  60” + screens and 3D ready options. The larger the budget, the larger the selection.

Screen Size

When deciding on screen size, consider the viewing distance, picture quality, and of course your budget. Viewing distance is the distance between your television and where you and your guests would normally sit when watching TV. Televisions today offer a much better picture quality than older models, which means you will want to sit a little closer, but not so close that you start noticing pixels on the screen! An easy way to figure out the right screen size is to take the viewing distance by inches, and divide that by 3 and that will give you the minimum screen size; take the viewing distance and divide it by 1.5 and you will get your maximum screen size.

Example: If you want your TV 12 feet (144 inches) from your couch,  your minimum screen size would be 48” (144 divided by 3) and the maximum screen size would be 96” (144 divided by 1.5)

48” to 96” is a fairly big range, but this is where your budget comes in. Larger screens will obviously cost more money and may not be what you need; with a little thought you can select a TV within your budget and size requirements. The next thing you will need to consider is picture quality.

Picture Quality & Screen Resolution

Screen resolution is the main reason high-definition TV pictures look so much sharper and clearer than regular TV. Resolution is measured in pixels; the more pixels, the higher the resolution. Today’s HDTVs offer one to two million pixels; that’s about six times more than the old-fashioned models, which had around 300,000 pixels. All those additional pixels mean a big leap in picture quality from then to now.

When understanding TV screen resolution you might ask: what  does 1080p mean? TV technology has advanced, and progressive scanning was established. This is what the “p” in 1080p stands for, as opposed to 1080i, where the “i” stands for interlacing. A TV that’s 1080p doesn’t display a picture using odd and even lines, but rather the entire image is seen at once, similar to movie films. The 1080 refers to the resolution of the TV set. While the old television sets used to display 576 horizon lines, the new digital HDTV sets boast 720 or 1080 lines that make up the image displayed, which gives a higher resolution. You will find the picture to be sharper and clearer.

TV Type:

There are many different types of display you could choose from, knowing the differences between them helps to make the decision process easier. You may have heard terms LCDLEDPlasma, OLED, 4K, and Laser Display, but what does it mean? Check out the chart below for the breakdown of these various types of TV display.



TV Features

  • 3D – most buyers are still shopping 2D TV. You may not be sold on 3D either, but chances are you may look at some 3D televisions anyway. If you decide to purchase a TV that supports 3D, your next question will be; “What is passive or active 3D?”
    • Passive 3D is similar to what you would experience in a movie theater. Two images are displayed simultaneously on the screen, while polarized glasses filter the correct image to each eye, producing a 3D effect. This approach produces a brighter overall picture and better odd-angle viewing than active 3D.
    • Active 3D glasses use battery-powered LCD lenses to block each eye in sync with a TV that alternates showing right- and left-eye images, creating a 3D effect. Since each eye sees a full-resolution 1080p frame, active 3D has a higher resolution than passive 3D.
  • Full-array with local dimming – Improves picture quality with much better black levels and a more uniform picture across the LCD panel. While the cost of the TV may increase, the improved picture quality is worth the price.
  • Edge-lit with local dimming – A thinner and lighter TV build, with the benefits of local dimming. Results in darker black levels when compared to edge-lit without local dimming.
  • Smart TVs have one or more of the following features:
    • Video Playback
    • Apps & Games
    • PVR/DVR Functionality
    • Gesture & Voice Control
    • Social Networking
    • Web Browsing
    • Smartphone Connectivity

I hope this post has helped to answer some question about television sets today. Remember to set a budget, think about where the TV will be displayed, and what expectations you may have for your new TV before you begin to shop. At P.C. Richard & Son, we have the largest display and selection of TVs. Find your perfect match today!


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Win a Bose® Lifestyle® V25 System!

The new Bose® Lifestyle® home entertainment systems deliver vivid, theater-like sound that brings movies, sports, video games and music to life. And with the proprietary Unify intelligent integration system, it lets you enjoy that experience easier than ever before. Easy-to-follow onscreen messages guide you through the setup process. The remote control and navigation menus make your entire system so simple to use, you may not even need the instructions. This unique combination of performance and simplicity is only available from Bose, and you have a chance to win the Lifestyle® V25 System! This is a $2,499 value that you really can’t pass up.

To enter, simply visit the Bose® Lifestyle® Home Entertainment Systems page and click on the “enter to win a Lifestyle® V25 System!” link on the right-hand side. Fill out the pop-up form, and you’re instantly entered to win! There is no purchase necessary to enter and you must be a legal US resident 18 or older. You have until 7/29/10 to enter. Visit for entry details and complete official rules. Good luck!


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