Whole Home Audio & Video

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Whole Home audio and video (sometimes known as whole house audio video) is a method of spreading audio and video across a home or facility from a single source point. Although the technology to do so has existed for some time, customers have just lately gained access to such a wide range of options and control.

We can now distribute your complete audio collection as well as your whole movie collection via Internet radio, iTunes, Hulu, or Roku. Media Controlled can distribute source content to virtually any room in your home with a set of speakers (audio) or a television (video) (video). This audio or video may be managed with a keypad, remote control, tabletop display, or simply a single app on your phone, thanks to today’s switchers, amplifiers, and control systems.

Whole Home Audio

This is an improvement above background music. You want to pick your own music, yet listening is usually done in the background while doing other things. That is, you listen to music while doing other things—reading, entertaining, whatever—with the exception of turning it up loudly for a party or dancing.

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Whole Home Video

In the same way that Whole Home audio may come from a single source point, Whole home Video can. Because we’re talking about the video here, it’s obvious that it’s different: television, DVD, high definition, standard definition, and so on. Although the technology for video distribution differs slightly, the same equipment may be used to handle both.

How it Works

At first glance, a media distribution system appears to be all about wire. You may position your sources as far away as you like as long as you have a long enough cable, and just run the wires behind your walls to get the signal to its destination. That isn’t how it works in reality.

The following components make up your entire home audio video system: a multi-channel matrix switch, cables, power amplifiers, speakers, televisions, sources, and controllers (touchpad, tablet or smartphone). All of these things work together to guarantee that your signal reaches its destination in good shape and that your information is easily accessible.

In the end, a whole home audio visual system is similar to a complicated game of telephone. All of your sources are connected to a matrix switch, which may relay the signal to several places. The signal is then amplified by connecting the matrix switch to a power amplifier. The first half of the equation is housed in its own AV rack. The signal is then amplified and distributed throughout the home through specialised connections to speakers and televisions. The next step is to programme your sources so that they can be accessible from a single control device, whether it’s a one-room remote or a full smart home automation user interface.

Can I Install Myself?

Your electronic distributed audio and video system might become a disaster with so many moving pieces. You might wind up with a tangle of cables, mismatched components, faulty signals, or a shaky control system. The specialists at Media Controlled ensure that your installation goes smoothly.

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Choosing Between 3 Methods of Distributed Audio for Your Smart Home

Choosing Between 3 Methods of Distributed Audio for Your Smart Home

Create the auditory sanctuary that you deserve with distributed audio integrated throughout your smart home. Enjoy the ease and simplicity of smart technology as you relax to music on your patio, play an audiobook in your bedroom, or sing along to your favorite tunes...

How to Easily Plan Your Smart Home for Distributed Video

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