HOME THEATER

CUSTOM HOME THEATER INSTALLATION

See how we can make your dreams of your home theater or media room come true! Whether you're building a new home and can work with our team to design the ultimate theater from the ground up or you have an existing home and have a room with the potential of receiving the ultimate makeover, our team has the design and installation experience to create the home theater of your dreams.

From the projector and screen to the automation system that you need to control it, we can do it all.We would be pleased to come to meet with you at your home or vacation property, talk to you about what YOU want from your system, then properly design a high-end home theater designed around your needs

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PROJECTOR

Home projectors have come a long way over the past few years. Today's models can handle a wide variety of multimedia content—films, photos, documents, and games—with aplomb, and many can play music files as well. Although models with resolutions of 720p or less are still being introduced, higher resolutions (from WXGA to FHD) are commonplace, and we're even seeing a few 4K versions, with horizontal resolutions of nearly 4,000 pixels. Most home projectors offer a wide range of connection choices. With the way the state of the art is advancing, your next TV may well be a projector.

Just as no two homes are identical, projectors designed for home use vary widely in price, features, purpose, and capabilities. They range from tiny pico and palmtop projectors, to home theater models that can form the centerpiece of a home cinema room, to home entertainment projectors bright enough to withstand the ambient light in a family room. Some are geared toward gaming, and most handle video (and photos) reasonably well. In addition, some data projectors can capably display video, and may be a good choice for someone whose home doubles as an office. Here's how to determine what sort of home projector is best for you.

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PROJECTOR SCREEN

 When it comes to projector screens, we look at everything: size, ease-of-use, portability, the works. It can often be difficult to choose a decent model, especially given how expensive they can be, but we think you'll agree with our picks here. 

All the screens we provide are available in multiple sizes and configurations. That makes choosing one option tough, but in all cases, we've gone with the one we feel represents the best value-for-money. You can always change it up if you want to spend less. Or more!

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SOUND SYSTEM

It doesn't matter how large your TV screen is, or how impressive the resolution. If you don't have great sound, then you're only getting half the experience. Some TVs have built-in speakers that can pack a decent punch, but anybody serious about their entertainment should be looking at a home theater system. The market has a good range of options, ranging from 5.1's to 12.1 monsters with a serious presence in your room of choice. No matter what your budget, below you'll find a great home theater system to fit your price range

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AUDIO/VIDEO (A/V) RECEIVER

An audio/video (A/V) receiver is the quarterback of your home theater. It’s not just because it tells 
everything where to go, routing signals to different speakers and screens. It’s because a good quarterback makes the team better - and a good receiver will bring the best out of your home theater speakers. The market is a crowded one, so we’ve picked out some of the best A/V receivers for this year for you to choose from - whatever your budget, or room size. For more background information on A/V receivers.
A/V receivers don't get game-changing updates that often - home theater companies are more likely to bring out a new bigger (or smaller/entry-level) variation of their existing models. We always try to feature the latest - but we'll always urge caution when you could get an almost-as-good, slightly-older product for less.
We compare receivers from dozens of different manufacturers, taking into account everything: whether they have Dolby Atmos or DTS:X (or both), their wattage, what their connectivity is like, price and more. Using that knowledge, we've made picks for our best overall receiver, best budget, best high-end, and a host of others.