Home Audio & Video
The key to a successful whole house A/V system is making it possible to control the centralized equipment from each remote listening location. Without this you will have to run back to the equipment closet everytime you want to adjust the volume or change source. With the systems below, you can use remotes in each listening location to transmit commands back to the A/V equipment, just as if you were standing in front of the A/V equipment. There are several ways that this can be done.The easiest and lowest cost solution is to use wireless RF control systems. These devices convert IR signals to RF that transmit through walls back to your equipment. These devices can typically only be used for single zone systems.
Many higher end amp/receivers now come with a built-in second discrete amplifier for a second zone. If your needs do not require more than 2 zones, this may be a cost effective solution. For a larger number of zones consider a 6 Source/6-Zone System which has six discrete amplifiers and a volume/source distribution system built-in.
Multi-Room Video Distribution System converts audio/video signals from your VCR, DVD player, satellite, cable, or camera to two user-selected channels (UHF or CATV). Just select the channels you want to modulate to using the "program" buttons, and you'll be able to tune in to those channels on any connected TV. The multi-room video distribution system has two outputs for connection to a local TV and video source and three outputs to connect TVs in other rooms. If you are watching a TV in another room, running back to the VCR, DVD player or satellite receiver can be difficult and inconvenient. The multi-room video distribution system has a built-in IR receiver that gives you the ability to control your video devices remotely (IR accessories needed
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