What Can You Expect for Your System This Year
TAGS: Hi-Fi Audio | High-End Audio | Home Audio Video
Some people love great art. Some love great literature.
But if you’re reading this blog, you probably love something else: high-end audio.
If that’s the case, then this is an exciting time of the year for you. Why? Because CES 2018 just ended, and we’ve got all the cool audio gear you can start enjoying in the new year, right here in Philadelphia, PA.
Ready to see what’s coming down the line in the next few months? Just keep reading to see some of our favorites.
Don’t Waste Time With Sub-Par Sound
TAGS: Acoustic Treatments | Dolby Atmos | Soundproofing
When you’re first planning a home theater system installation, you spend a lot of time thinking about finding the right components.
You may ask questions about the best sounding speakers, or which receivers will minimize distortion.
But the truth is, much of the performance of your theater’s sound system isn’t based on the components at all. It’s rooted in the room itself.
Optimizing a home theater for top audio quality is a major priority for installers. Here, we’ll show you how achieving great sound goes beyond only your devices.
Just keep reading for more.
Get Back to Basics With Two-Channel Audio
TAGS: dedicated listening room | Floor Standing speakers | High-end audio
Did you know that in 1934, Alan Blumlein recorded one of the earliest stereo albums at the world-famous Abbey Road recording studio in London?
And in 1969, the Beatles recorded their final studio album in the same exact place. Also in stereo.
In 35 years, not much had changed about the technology. Both sessions were done as two-channel audio recordings.
Today, musicians still record in two-channels. Why?
In this blog, we’ll try to answer that question. And we’ll also show you why a two-channel set up may be perfect for your Haddonfield, NJ listening room. All you have to do is keep reading.
AV Shouldn’t Dominate Every Space
TAGS: Hidden Technology | In-Wall Lighting | Whole Home Audio
Do you know how a snowflake forms?
The pure cloud water needs some assistance from bacteria blown into the air from treetops.
The molecules latch on to that little bit and grow something extraordinary around it. But at its core, a snowflake starts with bacteria.
The point is: something beautiful can emerge from something that’s less than pleasant to think about.
And as a smart home firm in Philadelphia, we know that many interior designers think technology is nothing but an eyesore that detracts from a property’s décor.
But we don’t think it has to be that way, and we can prove it. Here, we explore how the right smart home design can help turn your project into something truly beautiful.