- Structured WiringStructured wiring includes all low voltage wiring in a home, including Ethernet (internet), phone, cable or satellite, as well as additional cabling required for audio/video distribution, and control systems. Typically all the wiring is “home run” to a main equipment and demarcation point (often in the basement or mechanical room).
- Home Theatre and Surround SoundHome theatres and Surround Sound can include something as simple as an LCD TV with 5 small speakers, to a dedicated, acoustically controlled room including a projector, motorized screen, high powered speakers and a subwoofer. Individual tastes and expectations vary widely here, and we’ll work closely with the client to ensure their experience meets their expectations no matter how simple or complex.
- Multiroom Audio/Video DistributionMultiroom Audio/Video distribution systems provide the ability to distribute audio and video sources throughout your home from a centralized location. For example, you may have 4 TV’s, 2 digital cable boxes, and 1 DVD changer. A video distribution system would allow you to watch either of the 2 cable boxes, or the DVD player from any TV in the house. The cable boxes and DVD player could be located in a central location, or anywhere you like for easy access to the DVD library. The audio distribution system works the same way- typically with speakers mounted in the ceiling, wall or totally invisible.*requires some sort of automated system
- Computer NetworkingThis can be as sophisticated as wiring the whole home together into a single, wired, high speed network, (see structured wiring) or as simple as connecting a single wireless access point or router.
- Video SurveillanceVideo Surveillance typically includes enough cameras to cover the entry points into your home (doors and ground floor/basement windows) and a digital video recorder to capture everything that happens 24/7. These systems also include off-site viewing, and automatically overwrite old footage after a week or more depending on the hard drive size. Some people may also choose to install indoor covert cameras or “nanny cams” as they are otherwise known.
- Professional Video CalibrationThe picture on your screen should look as though you were watching the action with your naked eye. The default setting on most TV’s and projectors is set up for demonstration in a store schweizer-apotheke.de/. High contrast tricks your eye into thinking the picture is often better than it is, at the expense of losing much detail in the darker part of the picture. Color too is usually over blown to give more “wow” factor. We will correct the picture so it looks as close to how it was intended to look as possible.
- Home AutomationAll the advanced technology in the world isn’t much good if you need to be a rocket-scientist to figure it out. Automation brings all the systems in your home together in an easy to use interface. Don’t worry about which input the TV and receiver need to be on- just make a selection on the clearly layed out interface, and everything happens automatically. Home automation interfaces typically come in the form of “touch panels”. A small screen that is touch sensitive, either in a portable, wireless form, or in wall. Your TV can also become an interface with a small, very easy to use remote. In essence, a big “touch screen”. Home automation can also control lights, music, climate control, gas fireplaces, etc. Processes can also be programmed to occur via external triggers and timers (trigger example: when security system is tripped, all the hallway lights come on. Timer example: all the lights turn off at 1 am etc.) If you can think of something you’d like the system to do, we can probably do it.
Sales & Installation of:
- In-wall/in-ceiling Speakers
- Invisible” Speakers Plasma
- LCD TV’s and Video Projectors
- Electric and Fixed Wall Mount Projectors Screens
- Security Cameras and Digital Video Recorders
- Motorized Shading