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Media centers are a source of great joy to movie and sports buff. They provide endless hours of entertainment whether the owner wants to use them alone or share the experience with like-minded friends and family members. But behind all this fun lies the reality of a tangled mess of wires and cables and discs scattered here and there separated from their cases, or worse, placed in the wrong cases. All this can dampen the enjoyment home media centers can provide. If you are someone who is facing the problem of a disorganized media center, then you might be familiar with instances when you couldn’t find the remote or the DVD that you wanted to see. The only way to prevent such undesired occurrences is to keep the media center well-organized.
In order to optimally organize your home media center you would need to buy a few things. These are mostly storage boxes meant for DVDs, CDS and video games; also you can get a media rack. You would also need to purchase cable/wire tubing and ties. After you have purchased all this stuff, you can set about getting your media center organized. Begin by unplugging all wiring and cables and then untangling them. Once you have untangled the mess of wires reconnect them to the various devices and pass the wires/cables through the slit in the wire tubing. This will prevent the wires and cables from entangling in future.
Next you must sort out the various discs, that is, DVDs, CDs and video games. Ensure that every disc is in the right case. Keep the three in different storage boxes or if you are using a rack, in separate shelves. Following that, you can arrange the discs in each group alphabetically, by genre, artist and the like. Next you should keep all the remotes and video game consoles at one place, probably a drawer. Once you have done this you will be the proud owner of a well organized home media center from which you can derive maximum pleasure.