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How Do Whole-Home Audio-Video Systems Work?

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How to Bring Seamless Control & Integration to Your Entertainment 

Picture this. You’re in the kitchen playing music on your voice-activated speaker while you cook dinner. Or maybe you’re listening to an episode of your favorite podcast. All is well until you walk upstairs or out to the patio. Now, you can’t hear your media anymore. 

You could wear headphones as you walk about the house to continue listening. But that puts up a barrier between you and your family. Alternatively, you could lug a speaker around with you—but is that really convenient? 

Here’s another scenario. Your family starts watching a movie in the home theater on Blu-ray. It’s gone on too long, so you have to stop for now. The next day, you want to continue watching the movie upstairs—but there’s no Blu-ray player in that room. Do you really need to install one on every TV? 

There’s an easier approach to these dilemmas, and that’s whole-home AV. With integrated audio-video systems, you can access music, movies, TV, radio, and more across multiple speakers and screens. Here’s how it works and will benefit your Truckee, CA, area home. 

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