MARANTZ CINEMA LINE OF AV RECEIVERS
TAGS: 8K Ultra HD | Auro-3D | Cinema 40 | Cinema 50 | Cinema 60 | Cinema 70s | custom home theater system | DIRAC Live | Dolby Atmos | DTS:X | HD graphical user interface | HEOS® built-in streaming | Home Theater | IMAX enhanced | Marantz | Marantz Cinema | Marantz Sound Master | Room Correction | Surround Sound | Turntable Connection | • Audyssey Multi EQ XT
MARANTZ recently unveiled its new line of AV receivers, known as the Cinema line.
Smart Home Technology: Part Two
Less stress equals better health, no doubt about it! But did you know that your health is also dependent to a great extent on allowing your body to follow its inborn routines? Your body functions best if allowed to sync to the natural circadian rhythm created by the relationship between the movements of the earth and the sun. Modern societies, however, have moved away from that. Our career-driven lifestyles often disrupt this important cycle of the rising and setting of the sun. Unfortunately, a major result of that is an inability to fall into a deep, restful sleep at night, which interferes with overall good health. Believe it or not, your smart home can help your entire family slip into a more beneficial sleep routine. A major part of this accomplishment is a white-tunable LED lighting system.
Smart Home Technology: Part One
TAGS: Automation | custom home theater system | Distributed Audio | Surround Sound
Perhaps you have heard a lot of chatter about smart homes and have come away with the impression that it’s all very complicated. Actually, a smart home will simplify and enrich your life.
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It’s time for another installment in our ongoing series on building or remodeling your home. So far we have talked about the common objections builders have with involving HTP (Home Technology Professionals). We have also discussed the importance of involving us in the design phase of your building project. In our last installment we looked at the importance of having a HTP pre-wire your home.
We will finish up the series with some of the last steps, including trim out. This includes a multitude of things, and is a lot more than just sticking some speakers up in the ceiling, hooking up some cables and letting it rip. Trim out involves finalizing speaker positioning, terminating all cables in the proper manner, mounting televisions and/or hanging a screen and projector. It also includes rack assembly, installation as well as calibrating the system for the best performance using professional tools and programming your control system including remotes, touch panels etc.