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Audio/Video Distribution

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Does the concept of speakers distributing audio throughout your home sound like a dream to you? Would you like to have background music playing while you move around accomplishing your day's work? Do you want to hit a button to create an instant "party atmosphere" for a celebration or get-together?

If your answer to any of these questions is yes, or if you have any one of a thousand other reasons for incorporating an audio system into your home, Dream Theatres can make those dreams a reality. We've spent years researching the mysterious and complex world of audio and video distribution and we're prepared to make our training and knowledge your advantage.

What is it?

Audio and video distribution refers to a centralized audio/video system that disperses music and video/cable signals throughout the home. Centralized components offer use of all of the equipment to every room in your home, controlled through handheld remotes or wall-mounted panels.

Speakers and TVs are the only components needed to equip a room. The centralized components can either be proudly displayed in your media room or hidden from view in a closet or utility area. These systems can provide hi-fi music and high definition television in every room of your home with nothing more than an elegant keypad and virtually invisible in-wall or in-ceiling speakers showing.

There are many ways of configuring audio and video distribution. Dream Theatres will help you select the system that best suits your requirements and budget and makes your entertainment dreams come true.

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