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Advantages of Whole House Audio and Video

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Some home theater companies today also provide solutions for whole house audio and video entertainment. For instance, such systems allow you to listen different styles of music, simultaneously, in different rooms of your home, all of which are playing independently of each other. Gone is the need for messy wiring, multiple systems requiring multiple remotes and the frustration of learning how to operate which component on which system. Today, you can choose to have easy to access and control audio or video availability in any room of your house.

Your preferred forms of portable media, such as your iPod or digital media library, can all be integrated into a single, centralized source system that is easy to control.

With whole house audio and video, you can watch TV or listen to differ forms of music in several rooms or areas at the same time. Each area can have its own display or speakers. A control device such as a remote or an iPod can allow you to operate the system independently while everything else is hidden from sight. Finally, you can enjoy with ease multiple media sources (satellite, cable, CD, DVD, home security cameras) from one location. You can also choose to share synchronized audio or video throughout your home. Whole house audio and video installation will not only increase your home’s enjoyment but can also increase your home’s value.

Contact your local home theater company today to learn more about whole house audio and video solutions. Such knowledgeable technicians can combine their high quality equipment with excellent personal service to design a whole house audio/video system to meet your individual needs and home lifestyle. The ease and comfort of whole house audio and video entertainment can be just one finger touch away.


Whole House Audio Solutions

Posted in Home Audio

Have you ever considered how great it would be to listen to the same music throughout your house? You could make breakfast, take it up to your partner in bed and share it together before jumping into the bathroom to prepare for the day and never miss a note of your favorite tunes. A whole house audio system can make this a reality. You can have speakers and a control system in every room of your house, so that you can enjoy listening everywhere.

Of course, sometimes in busy families, everyone wants to listen to something different and the good news is that a whole house audio system can support this too! With a rack system controlling the inputs hidden away in a closet or in your basement, there’s no problem to have as many media sources connected as you like. Your children can dance to the latest music in the den while you enjoy the classics in the living room.

And it’s not just audio that can be shared.  These amazing systems can handle video too.  You and your family can all watch the same films or TV programs in different spaces, or you can all do your own thing without interfering with anyone else’s viewing. It’s very simple to do and the controls are all part of the same easy to use system.

Each whole house audio/video system is custom designed and installed so it is up to you to choose what you want and where you want it.  Whole house audio/video systems have almost unlimited flexibility.  You can go for simple audio to complex systems with or without video support in every room and mix and match until it’s just right for you and your family.


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