Consumer Digital Electronics

The Consumer Digital Electronics course teaches students the what, how, when, where, and why of customer premises equipment. The student will learn how to properly lay out a home theater system and correctly adjust video settings on a digital display. An explanation of audio technology, the technology's implementation and interface into the home theater system is provided. The student will learn how to troubleshoot a digital set-top box and which digital video interface to use between customer premises equipment for best picture resolution. The student will also be introduced to the different parental control options for TV programs and video games that may cause the customer to request a technician's assistance. By taking  Consumer Digital Electronics the student will have a better understanding of the different components in the home theater system and how they interface and operate together.

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The estimated completion time for this course is 16 hours. The maximum allotted time is four months from enrollment.

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