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A Leak Detector Ensures Your Home Security System’s Success

on Tuesday, 12 November 2019. Posted in Home Security System, Home Security System, Fayetteville, AR

See Why They’re Important and Which Brand We Recommend for Your Fayetteville Home

A Leak Detector Ensures Your Home Security System’s Success

When you start a home security system installation process for your Arkansas home, we’re sure you think of the basics first. You know you need a surveillance system, alarms, smart locks, and maybe even some extras like video doorbells and HVAC, audio and lighting integration.

You’ll learn today why you shouldn’t neglect one vital environmental sensor, especially as we head into the predicted rainy, snowy winter. Read on to see why you should include a water leak detector in your home security suite, as well as one innovative product we recommend

4 Whole-Home Audio Trends That Are Taking Off

on Monday, 04 November 2019. Posted in Whole-Home Audio, Rogers, AR, Whole-Home Audio

Wireless soundbars, vintage revival, and more!

4 Whole-Home Audio Trends That Are Taking Off

It seems as though just several years ago, a residence with a whole-home audio setup was pretty rare. Now we see more and more requests for them here in the Rogers, AR, area, but look and feel of the requests is changing rapidly.  We look forward to seeing where multiroom audio is headed in the next decade and can’t wait to share some of the trending concepts with you.

If you’re just now in the market for your first whole-home audio system, this season provides the perfect time to have AV Design Consultants complete one from start to finish or upgrade an existing installation that could use a modern touch. After all, the holidays are right around the corner, and Thanksgiving is already close enough to plan your menu. What better way to impress family and friends than a home entertainment system? Read on for our recommendations

Let’s Look at Wi-Fi 6, the Home Network of 2020!

on Wednesday, 23 October 2019. Posted in Home Network, Springdale, AR, Home Network

How to Connect All of Your Devices, Expand Reach and Improve User Experience

Let’s Look at Wi-Fi 6, the Home Network of 2020!

We know that your home network isn’t the most glamorous part of your Springdale, Arkansas, smart home, but you can’t deny it connects your most memorable audio-video experiences. Though networking tools aren’t as flashy as an 8K display or dazzling home theater, Wi-Fi’s newest iteration is nothing short of impressive when you see all of its features.

In this blog, we’ll discuss why a speedy connection matters and dive into the new Wi-Fi standard that we’ll see in homes soon. Are you ready to stop settling for a slow internet speed? Keep reading to see what AV Design Consultants can do to help.

Want to Try the “Old Hollywood” Effect in Your Home Theater System?

on Thursday, 10 October 2019. Posted in Home Theater System Fayetteville, AR, Home Theater Systems

Seeing Movies in Anamorphic Style Give Visuals New Life!

Want to Try the “Old Hollywood” Effect in Your Home Theater System?

Whatever movie you view, from modern action flicks, dramas and comedies to sports events, it will most likely benefit from the superior image rendering of anamorphic style. 

What is anamorphic formatting? This setup automatically fills your screen with the aspect ratio intended by the film’s creator. Basically, if a film was meant to be seen in square aspect ratio (1.33:1), that’s how anamorphic will render it. If the movie is a widescreen and features a rectangular aspect ratio (1.85:1 or 2.35:1), it will fill the entire screen, automatically.

Prepare your home theater system for endless entertainment before the colder season settles in by revamping your screen setup. In this blog, we’ll let you know a few more details and benefits of this visual configuration so you’ll understand how to experience more immersive movies in your Fayetteville, Arkansas, home.




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