We’ll Design a Space You’ll Never Want to Leave

With AV Interiors, your home can also be your haven – there’s no need to escape from a life you love! Sometimes you want the technology in your home to disappear like magic, but sometimes you want to really show it off! Imagine a home theater, man-cave or she-shed your friends will drool over, and AV Interiors can help provide just that!


When it comes to smart home entertainment and integration, leave the hard work to us. We know the details are a critical part of the process, so we will carefully follow your tailored proposal and budget needs.


We can provide you with all the equipment needed for your home theater or media room project, including televisions, projectors, AV receivers, processors, amplifiers, speakers and acoustic treatments, so your new system and room sound their best and the sound stays right where you want it to.

Televisions

Experience a cinema in the comfort of your own home with natural color, contrast, clarity and exceptional sound coming from a screen that puts you right in the middle of a scene.

Projectors

Projectors are part of a two-piece system that includes a matched screen. And finding the right projector means choosing among three different light sources and three imaging technologies, then insuring the projector has enough brightness for your environment and desired screen size—not to mention sufficient contrast and color accuracy to honor your favorite movies, TV shows, and sports. It's a lot for newbies to get their heads around.

AV receivers

Receivers are literally the brain of a home theatre system. They connect all of the components of your home theatre, seamlessly integrate them, and simplify the process to enjoy music or movies at home. With the sheer number of options and technical specifications, the process of purchasing a new AV receiver can be an overwhelming prospect.

Processors

A/V processors or preamplifiers are designed to centralize all your audio and video sources. They process, decode and pre-amplify the audio signals and send them to one or more power amplifiers. There are many advantages to using an A/V processor as opposed to an integrated A/V receiver (a receiver with an integrated preamplifier), including greater flexibility, more supported channels, and less chance of interference for optimal sound quality.

Amplifiers

A home theater amplifier (also known as an audio-visual receiver or simply an AVR) is a powerful piece of kit that combines amplifiers and digital signal processors to convert output from a range of source devices into high quality sound and video. In short, it is the hub of a home theater set up.

Despite the popularity of compact soundbars, many of which produce simulated surround sound, the AV receiver is still preferred by many home theater owners.

Speakers

There are a lot of things to consider when choosing speakers for your home theater. First, how big of a space do you have? Second, what else will you be using the room for? Perhaps the biggest consideration, where will your speakers sound the best? Do you choose compact speakers that are easier to hide or standing speakers that offer a movie theater experience?

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