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Home Theater

Experience total escape in your new Home Theater system with picture and sound quality exceeding a commercial cinema. Escape the cares of the day with a Design Tech Electronics-designed screening room, custom designed for your performance and aesthetic goals. Just one touch on your touch panel remote control, iPad, or smartphone and the action starts…lights fade slowly, the curtains open, the movie cues...it is time for an amazing experience!

Home Automation

Home Automation & Security products keep you safe, manage energy consumption, and provide entertainment. Solutions for your home or business are available for every income level and lifestyle. Simply choose the automation, energy management, and convenience features you desire

Whole-House Music & Video

Catch the weather on your local AM/FM radio station, listen to a live talk show on SiriusXM Internet Radio, Pandora, Tunein,  play music stored on your network drive, stream an online music service provider or tap into a portable USB drive. Separate source connections mean three streams plus AM/FM are always available to listeners in a multiroom audio setting.

Home pre-wire is the most important item to do prior to drywall.

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Pre-wiring homes for today’s complex home theater systems can often times be a very frustrating task even for the highly skilled A/V professional. There are many factors that need to be considered before a home is wired for video and sound.

The World, however, has changed. High speed internet, on-demand movies, and a need for both hundreds of live channels of content and most recently, dynamic in-home media content to every TV is catching many a homeowner off guard and causing a lot of extra wire retrofits

Wiring Article

This basic tech tip article may help guide you through the rigorous process thus turning this project from daunting to fun and educational. We will give you guidance on how and where to route your cables, as well as tips on the proper cables to use for your installation. Get your home ready for tomorrow's state of the art home theater systems today.

Planning

A key factor before you start pre-wiring your home is planning.

A/V equipment rack location
Selecting and installing the correct wire for the pre-wire
Pre-wire for future upgrades and flexibility
Use the correct tools when pre-wiring
Route the wire correctly in the wall and in the ceiling
Terminate the wire correctly to the A/V components

 

 

Thinking outside the box

Make no mistake; trying to get wires to where you want them after walls are already finished can cost thousands of dollars and in some instances be nearly impossible. The best plan is to prepare during the building process, but even the up front process of thinking through every future option can be daunting.

The problem is that unless you are regularly keeping track of technology advancements, it would be difficult for you to predict and plan for what you will want or need 5 years from now. The people that seem like on-the-edge geeks are pioneering new technologies and methods and determining what will become mainstream. The truth is, you cannot possibly completely future-proof your home, but you can certainly plan the next 5 or 10 years, greatly increase the value of your home.

HDMI

HDMI to HDMI cable lets you connect an Apple TV, Mac mini, or other HDMI device to an HDTV or A/V receiver. Both high-definition digital video and multi-channel digital audio are delivered over this single cable for stunning picture and sound.

Cat5e-Cat6

Cat6 cables, also called Category 6 or Cat 6 cables, provide lower crosstalk, a higher signal-to-noise ratio, and are suitable for 10GBASE-T (10-Gigabit Ethernet), while Cat5e cables support only up to 1000BASE-T (Gigabit Ethernet). As a means of future-proofing your network, Cat6 is generally a better choice and worth the small premium in price. Cat5e and Cat6 cables are both backwards compatible, which means newer Cat6 cables can be used with older Cat5e.

Speaker

The speaker wire you use can have a noticeable impact on the sound quality of your system; even the greatest speakers won't sound their best with poor-quality ...

Multi-bundle

( 2- Cat5e, 2- RG6 cables )

Cable Now For The Future! Install Multi Mode Bundled Cable inside your walls while you are building your home.

Home Theater - Whole House Audio - Security - Cameras - Vacuum & Intercom Systems - Networking - Access Point

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