High-definition TVs produce stunning pictures, with lifelike color and detail, but they don’t offer big, realistic sound for your movies, shows, or the big game.
To make the most of your entertainment, combine a great picture with full, engaging home theater sound. You’ve got plenty of options for getting great audio-visual installations, from multi-speaker home theater systems to simple one-speaker solutions.
A traditional component home theater system, also known as a surround sound system, consists of a TV, a home theater receiver, and speakers. For the very best home theater experience, this is what we recommend.
A receiver is the center of your home theater system. In addition to providing surround sound processing and the power to drive your speakers, today’s home theater receivers act as a connection hub for all of your audio/video sources and your TV.
Speakers connect to your receiver to produce the sound you’ll hear. A traditional surround sound system consists of at least five speakers plus a powered subwoofer. You have plenty of options when it comes to speakers, from floor-standing towers to in-ceiling models to complete surround sound speaker packages.
High-quality audio-visual system installed in your home will transform your den into an immersive theater experience. It will immediately become the room of choice for family, friends and guests to hang out.
Smart home equipment like the Control4 can be installed giving you seamless control over all of your audio-visual equipment, in addition to controlling the lights, the sound, the thermostat, the blinds, shades, and fans. With voice control you are in charge without lifting a finger. Packages can be installed in just 1 day and convert your ordinary home into a Smart Home. If you are interested give us a call to get a free quote (818) 271-4237.
Porter Ranch is an amazing place known for its hiking trails and orange groves. Kids can ride dirt bikes and motorcycles on the many trails in the grasslands and orange groves. Popular with the kids is “the secret of the three trees” visible on top of Oat Mountain. Hikers leave from Rinaldi hiking to the “three trees”, the secret was a fourth tree behind the “three trees” and out of sight. Until recently, it was not unusual to have parties complete with a rock band (using a generator) in the canyon just west of Tampa Ave. In the 1970s Porter Ranch was so safe that kids were encouraged to attend, as long as they checked in when the streetlights turned on.