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Modern Distributed Audio/Video

An A/V distribution system is a technology that allows for the centralized sharing and control of all your audio and video content across multiple rooms or areas in a home or business, either individually or in unison. Distributed audio and video solutions enable simultaneous playing of media across any or all areas, providing convenience, flexibility, and an enhanced entertainment experience.

What is Audio/Video Distribution?

With a distributed audio/video system, you can enjoy synchronized music throughout your property.  Business owners can display consistent messaging and video content across multiple displays, including audio from installed speakers. This technology simplifies control, eliminates the need for separate audio/video sources in each room, and enhances the overall ambiance and functionality of any space, making it a valuable addition to any home or business.

Whole House Audio Systems

Whole house audio refers to a comprehensive audio system that enables the distribution of music and audio content throughout an entire home, allowing occupants to enjoy high-quality sound in various rooms simultaneously. Several types of systems are available to achieve this:

  1. Analog Systems: Analog whole house audio systems use traditional wiring and amplification methods. They typically involve connecting speakers to a central amplifier or receiver using speaker wires. While these systems provide good audio quality, they may require more extensive installation work and wiring.
  2. Digital Systems: Digital whole house audio systems leverage digital signal processing (DSP) technology to deliver audio content. They often use networked audio sources, such as streaming services or digital music libraries, and distribute the audio over Ethernet or Wi-Fi networks. These systems offer flexibility in terms of source selection and can provide high-quality audio without the need for extensive wiring.

Each of these whole house audio system types has its own set of advantages and considerations, allowing homeowners to choose the one that best suits their preferences, budget, and installation requirements.

In businesses, it facilitates efficient communication, training, and information dissemination by enabling the sharing of multimedia resources across different departments and meeting spaces. By leveraging IP media distribution, both homes and businesses can create versatile, interconnected environments that enhance entertainment, productivity, and communication experiences.

Whole House Video Systems

Whole house video distribution is a technology that enables the distribution of video content, such as cable or satellite TV, streaming media, or Blu-ray players, to multiple displays or TVs throughout a home. There are different types of systems that can be used for whole house video distribution:

  1. HDBaseT Systems: HDBaseT is a technology that allows the transmission of high-definition video, audio, and control signals over a single category cable (usually Cat 5e or Cat 6). HDBaseT systems are reliable and provide excellent video quality, making them suitable for distributing HD and even 4K content throughout a home. They can also extend video signals over long distances.
  2. IP-Based Systems: IP-based video distribution relies on an Ethernet network to transmit video content. This technology leverages the existing network infrastructure, making it a flexible and scalable option for distributing video. It can handle various video formats and resolutions, making it suitable for both HD and 4K content. IP-based systems often provide additional features like remote access and control.

Both HDBaseT and IP-based systems have their advantages and may be chosen based on factors such as the desired video quality, the complexity of the installation, and the existing infrastructure in the home. These systems enable homeowners to enjoy consistent and high-quality video content on multiple screens throughout your home or business.

IP Based Media Distribution

IP media distribution allows users to distribute audio and video media content, including live TV, movies, music, and other multimedia, to various devices and displays within a home or business space. This technology is especially valuable as it eliminates the need for traditional, dedicated cables and proprietary hardware. In homes, IP media distribution systems can connect all rooms and areas, ensuring that family members or occupants can access their preferred media content from any device or location.

In businesses, it facilitates efficient communication, training, and information dissemination by enabling the sharing of multimedia resources across different departments and meeting spaces. By leveraging IP media distribution, both homes and businesses can create versatile, interconnected environments that enhance entertainment, productivity, and communication experiences.

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Great work for installing my new flat screen TV and speakers. Before I found this company, I did look for other companies that offer this kind of services. Unfortunately, most of them are quite pricey. But with Modern TV & Audio, I was able to avail an affordable service from them that exceeded my expectations. Thanks!

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I reached out to a couple companies in town for estimates for our backyard audio situation. Modern TV & Audio were the most responsive and were at our house ASAP for an estimate. They fit us in their schedule right away and delivered above and beyond. They are very transparent and flexible, no hard sells and super honest. They will definitely be doing any work we need in the future and will recommend them to everyone.

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