Designing an Audio System: From the Home Theater to the Whole House
This free webcast which was originally recorded live on April 26th covers the decisions dealers need to make in designing and specifying home audio systems.
Webcast Details:ModeratorJulie Jacobson, Founding Editor, CEPro
Date/TimeApril 26, 2017 - 2:00PM
PanelistKordon Vaughn, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Control4 and Steven Colburn, Design Services Manager, Control4
Webcast Length: 1 Hour
Audio systems for home entertainment used to be simple.
For surround sound, you had 2.1, 3.1 or 5.1 set-ups. For whole-house music, you had only a few options for sources, speakers and topologies.
Today, however, we have a wide range of choices from the way systems are wired (or not), amplified, and controlled … to the protocols used for streaming and surround sound … to the selection of speakers and where to put them.
In this free Webinar, we will cover the decisions dealers need to make in designing and specifying home audio systems.
In presenting the session, Control4 product managers will draw from their extensive experience in multiroom audio, as well as the loudspeaker expertise gained from the recent acquisition of Triad.
They will offer suggestions for elevating the sound of your video entertainment throughout the home by choosing the right soundbar and subwoofer combo. They will also cover the design of audio systems for Dolby Atmos, which is changing the way we listen to movies.
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