[Conference rooms] are different from virtually every other kind of room within a corporate office. And thus, they demand a very specialized treatment by an experience practitioner.
There are so many possibilities when it comes to sprucing up your office’s audio/video. After all, you probably spend a large portion of your waking hours in your office.
So you own a bar/business and you want to keep your clientele happy. We can help you with that. Here are some ideas.
Distributed Audio Systems, also referred to as Whole House Audio, is a system that allows for the playback of music throughout an entire home or even an entire office building. These systems come in several different configurations.
We like options. We like choices. And that applies not just to the many flavors of ice cream available at the typical ice cream parlor, but to how we handle our home entertainment systems.
Great sound can only be had in an optimal way when all of the component parts are working together to produce sound as it was intended to be heard. This doesn’t happen by chance. It happens by design. Sound design.
Every TV is susceptible to some level of color drift, these minute changes in picture sharpness. The remedy for such changes in sharpness is calibration — or, some would argue, re-calibration.
Just as every home is slightly different, every audio-video need is slightly different. The following are some of the considerations to account for in order to set up the properly configured audio/video in your home.
There are a lot of ways to spruce up your home these days: granite counter tops in the kitchen; a patio cover; a deck; a sunken tub with jets.
So you’ve purchased a new flat-screen, hi-end TV and have had it mounted beautifully on your wall. Great! Then you turn the thing on, and sit back in your plush sofa to watch a movie or a football game.
Living in a culture that seems to prefer initials over actual words, we usually see this concept written as HD, as in HDTV for High Definition TV. So what is meant by High-Definition, or Hi-Def for short?
A common question I hear has to do with the concept of “4K TV” — what is it? Simple. 4K refers to 4000, and that number is in reference to the resolution of your television set.
Unless you’re an office, where conferences are most likely to happen, you may not be considering the idea of building a conference room.
You may be considering getting your hands on a brand new 4K TV for your business. After all, it always pays to stay ahead of the curve tech-wise right?
Atmosphere in a restaurant is one of the most important factors that brings repeat customers. The food can be great and the service could be great, but if the atmosphere is not great, your customer will notice.
Have you heard of 8K TVs? Some time in recent history, the television industry came out with 4K TVs. 4K the TV has having nearly 4000 pixels horizontally, which means a higher resolution and a crisper image.
4KTVs have been out for a while now, but for a while there they were pretty expensive. It was hard to find 4KTVs on the market without running into $1,000 price tags that aren’t necessarily in everyone’s budget.
Creating your ideal home theater can be difficult to do depending on the space you’re working with. Of course everyone wants their home theater to be much larger, but not everyone has the luxury.
Curved TVs have been out for a while now, but what is the appeal, and how does it stand up to a regular HDTV when it comes to your living room? Like all things, there are pros and cons.
If you are looking for the optimal home theater experience a 4K projector is the best way to achieve that. It is important however to make sure you are prepared for a 4K projector to be installed in your Living Room.
Studies show that most burglars will avoid houses that appear to have security installed. Installing Dummy Cameras is a very popular low budget method of preventing robberies.
For many, surround sound speakers really complete the home theater experience, being able to hear movies and TV from every direction adds a whole new level of depth and immersion to the home theater experience, and makes your home theate
Doing everything yourself might seem attractive, especially with something like setting up your own home theater, but there might be more to it than you originally considered.
When it comes to 3DTVs the market is very divided. On one hand it’s considered very new and very valuable technology. More and more movies, TV shows, and video games are becoming 3D compatible by the day.
The T2X is a truly state-of-the-art universal remote control made by the trusted brand RTI and if you want comfort, control, versatility, and quality, you want the RTI T2X Univeral Remote.
Sometimes updating to a new home theater system to keep current with the times might seem exhausting.
Any TV can become a computer monitor cheaply and easily. All you need is the right cables, a laptop or desktop computer, and the desire to use your computer on a crisp, large screen HDTV instead of some little monitor.
When your TV is mounted on the wall, that means one less piece of furniture, meaning more space in your business or restaurant, and a cleaner looking location.
You are definitely going to get a lot of good times out of your new home theater, but you’re not the only person that a new TV in the living room is benefiting.
There are a lot of reasons to automate your home using Universal Remotes, but perhaps the most important, and over-looked reasons are very simple but somehow ignored by many home-owners who would benefit from it.
When you go out of your house, especially for dinner, you run a pretty good chance of seeing a large HDTV Screen hanging from the wall at any given establishment.
Some might consider a good surveillance system an unnecessary expense, but when it comes to securing your business can you really afford not to?
When it comes to mounting your TV onto a wall, it’s not hard to overlook the benefits and see the process as purely aesthetic, but in reality, it is probably the most practical improvement you can make on your home theater.
If you’ve ever taken a speaker outside to listen to music you may notice that the outdoors isn’t exactly speaker friendly.
A multi-zone receiver is a very multipurpose device that allows you to allocate multiple speakers in multiple rooms all controlled from the same device, converting your 7.1
The phrase “There’s an app for that” has become a trademark for the solutions to problems that smart phones create for almost everything imaginable.
One of the most prominent of those services is making your A/V setup a clean, integrated process.
An RTI In-Wall Universal Remote Control is a completely customizable universal remote control that is installed in your wall for easy access.
RTI remotes are made by Remote Technologies Inc. and can be utilized for audio, video, lighting needs, and more. They do not sell directly to the public, so their products must be purchased through a licensed distributor.
When it comes to security, it’s really not difficult to understand why you need to protect your business.
Do not use standard definition cables with a high definition display. Your video may work, but the cables will only support standard definition, and not HD.
There are two main types of remote controls—IR (Infrared) and RF (Radio Frequency).
SCV Audio Video offers high-quality security install for Digital Watchdog DVR surveillance cameras.
Avoid long lines and crowds by bringing the movie theater into the comforts and privacy of your own home.
Buy AV equipment online from a vendor that offers direct customer service. This will save you time wondering where to look for help if you encounter troubleshooting problems.
Some people contract electricians to do audio/video installations, but it’s better to go with someone who specializes in A/V installation.
One of the benefits of this product is that it introduces UHDTV (Ultra High Definition TV 3840×2160) offering 4x the resolution of standard HDTV.
Super Bowl Sunday marks the year’s biggest television event!
This year, many Americans will be entertaining friends, family, and coworkers with a Super Bowl Sunday party in front of their HDTV’s.
Now that you’ve chosen the right HDTV screen type for yourself, one question you might be asking is, “What size TV should I get?” Some things to consider when determining what HDTV size to purchase are budget, room size, and seating area
The process of purchasing an HDTV can eat up a lot of time and effort.
Installing the right HDTV for your business can make a big difference. Figuring out which type of HDTV to purchase can be confusing. Here is a run-down on the different types of HDTV’s out there.