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Articles tagged with: Home Audio Video

3 Perks of a Whole House Audio/Video System

on Tuesday, 30 May 2017. Posted in Home Audio Video, Steamboat Springs, CO, Home Audio Video

Expand Your Home Audio Video Experience

If you enjoy movies, music, games, and sports, placing a home entertainment system in each room of your Steamboat Springs, CO home can be time-consuming. Most homeowners put a Blu-ray player, cable box and TV along the wall, but what if we told you there was a better way? A whole house video system saves space and streamlines your viewing experience. When you connect your media system to your smart home, browsing content and organizing your movies and music becomes hassle free. Read this blog to learn more.

How to Entertain Family and Friends During the Holidays with Home Audio and Video

on Monday, 28 November 2016. Posted in Home Audio Video, Steamboat Springs, CO

Enjoy Thanksgiving with Quality Audiovisuals in Your Colorado Home

Usually people associate Thanksgiving with food, and lots of it. It’s also one of the best times of the year to reconnect with family and friends over a delicious meal. But when you’re not catching up with your relatives, you want to enjoy a football game or holiday program this time of year. After all, quality time isn’t just about great conversations; it’s also about making memories together during fun activities. A lot of work goes into preparing your home for the holidays, so we have a few ideas for you on how to get your Steamboat Springs, CO home ready with home audio and video and without the hassle. Keep reading this blog to learn more. 

4K: The good, the bad, and the ugly

on Monday, 09 March 2015. Posted in Home Automation Industry

The newest in TV technology has been slowly making its way across the industry for about 2 years and it is now becoming more prominent. 4K or Ultra HD has been integrated into newer models of popular brands such as Samsung, Sony, LG, and many more. Adding 4 times the amount of resolution to your picture, this technology is bringing new life to what we thought was amazing quality. Most 4K TVs are home theater worthy size of around 80 inches, but in the recent 2015 International CES expo there were some models as small as 43 inches. Cameras and camcorders with 4K capabilities were also introduced to pair with the new TVs.