Whole house audio and video used to mean buying multiple receivers, CD and DVD players, etc. for each room. Not only was it redundant and expensive, but often you had to learn multiple ways of using the different equipment. Plus you had to maintain a mountain of remotes and who knows which CD player has the disc you're wanting to hear. Enter distributed A/V. The goal, to make it easy to listen or watch whatever media you own wherever you are in your home. Not all distributed systems are equal. Remember, if it's not easy to use, it will not be used. Want to finish that movie in the bedroom? No problem. Want to enhance your time at home with mood setting melodies? Again, it's never been easier or more convenient.
Sometimes the most pleasure comes from what you hear, not what you see. With a distributed audio system, you can hear music wherever you are in your house. Listen to soft background music, crank up the volume for a summer BBQ, or distribute your favorite satellite radio program to every room. It’s more than great sound, it’s a way of life.
With a multi-source distributed audio system, you can easily access any music source from any location. Select from your iPod library, MP3 collection, CD collection, satellite radio and more. All these audio sources can be individually controlled by locally mounted keypads, which are easy to use. You can enhance your listening experience with individual source solution and volume controls.
A whole-house music system eliminates clutter, awkward components and obtrusive speakers. Equipment is neatly concealed in one discreet location, yet easily accessible. The keypads are designed to blend in with your décor.
Whole-house video systems allow you to watch your DVD player, satellite dish or other video sources on any TV in the house. Each video source can be simultaneously viewed. There is no need to purchase multiple pieces of equipment for each room because the system is centralized. The components can be hidden away in a closet, or if you prefer, mounted in a rack in your media room.