What Is Entertainment Complex?
The term "Home Entertainment Center" in the 1980s
A console television is a television set that is housed in a cabinet. The production of console televisions lasted longer than the production of stereo consoles, with units manufactured throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s before being replaced by flat-screen televisions. The components have special connections which are often connected to a box.
The items are plugged into an electrical outlet strip, which should have a surge protector. Universal remote controls are expensive and can be used to learn or reprogram equipment, but they are not available for each component. The term " home entertainment center" was used a lot in the 1980s.
Family Entertainment Center
A family entertainment center, often abbreviated FEC in the entertainment industry, is a small amusement park marketed towards families with small children to teenagers, often entirely indoors. They usually cater to the sub-regional markets of larger metropolitan areas. 
Entertainment is a form of activity that engages the audience and gives them pleasure. It can be an idea or a task, but it is more likely to be an event that has been developed over thousands of years to keep an audience's attention. Most forms of entertainment are familiar and recognisable because people have different preferences.
In all cultures, different kinds of performance exist, and they were supported in royal courts, developed into sophisticated forms and made available to all citizens. The entertainment industry has accelerated the process in the modern era. Entertainment can be adapted to suit any size party, from a small one to a large one, with appropriate music and dance, and performances intended for thousands.
Most countries have made it illegal to perform public executions. Fencing or archery used to be used in hunting or war. In the same way, cooking has developed into performances among professionals, staged as global competitions and then broadcast for entertainment.
It is considered work or an act of cruelty if entertainment is provided for one group or individual. Children's needs and interests can be tailored to most forms of entertainment. The work of G. Stanley Hall, who was often criticized but still important, was the first to link the study of development and the "new" laboratory psychology.
The stories and activities in books, film, and video games were developed for child audiences. The rise of digital entertainment and the special needs of children have led to the development of television content rating systems to guide the public and entertainment industry. Video games are played using a controller.