A superior home theater has many component and wiring requirements that present challenges to a home’s interior design. But when you work with experts like those at Audio Advice in Raleigh, N.C., you’re in for an experience you never … more >
From their first days of selling laser discs out of a garage, they are now leading the custom audio/video and home automation in the Southeast, in some of the most well-appointed homes in the region. The garage has been … more >
You might expect homeowners to think of their home theater as an escape from the ordinary, a chance to visit places they’ve never been before, or perhaps revisit the landscapes that hold a special place in their hearts.
But if … more >
What does Tom Norton at Home Theater Magazine think about the newest Sony SXRD projector? He calls it an outstanding home theater projector, with good black levels and plenty of that “snap” that makes a picture jump out at … more >
How is it possible to hide a 100-inch screen? It’s easier than you might think—as long as you plan ahead. The screen is actually the easiest element to hide, provided you spring for one that can be … more >
When shopping for a front projection screen, there are several factors you need to consider before making a purchase. How big should the screen be? Does the material need to be perforated to allow speaker output to pass through … more >
Integrating today’s high-end home technology takes more than an “authorized dealer”—it takes an experienced installer with a superior service commitment, an installer like Crescendo Designs.
That was a concept very familiar to an East Hampton homeowner. He knew he wanted … more >