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Why You Need Whole-Home Video

Pause, play, and more in every room of your property

Why You Need Whole-Home Video

We’re living in the era of peak TV and streaming wars. That means there’s more content than ever to enjoy in your Colts Neck, NJ property. But you don’t have to gather in the media room to watch your favorite shows, movies, and sports. With a whole-home video distribution system, you can watch it anywhere. Pause the action on your living room TV and pick it up in the bedroom whenever you're ready. Want to learn more? Keep reading.

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The Benefit of Whole-Home Video

If you love movies and TV, chances are you’ve already invested in a 4K TV and the latest networking solutions. The right technology allows you to watch video content in unprecedented quality in your home. And when you have a whole-home video system, you can enjoy the same quality in any room.

Video distribution allows you to watch content in one room, multiple rooms, or throughout your entire home. You can command everything from a single control interface and send the video signal anywhere in your home with a video monitor.

So, if you’re watching the game and need to fix a drink, you can easily send the same video signal from your media room to your kitchen TV and never miss a second. Every room becomes a home theater when you invest in quality components and expert installation.

How it Works

You might be familiar with this standard AV setup: a TV connected to a cable box and a soundbar. In many homes, this is a single-room solution. With an AV distribution system, components are stored in the basement or an unused closet, out of sight.

In the traditional setup mentioned above, the TV acts as a switch. You can plug in multiple devices: the cable box, a Blu-ray player, a video game system. You can change or switch the video settings to feature the signal you want to use at the time.

A whole-home video system expands the scale of the setup. A cable box or video game system may connect to multiple TVs throughout your home. High-quality wiring facilitates the distribution of 4K images anywhere in your home. Numerous inputs and specialized switches help you find the content you want and play it anywhere.

Simple Control

A video distribution system works best with straightforward controls and an intuitive interface. Control4 organizes your system to easily access everything with the tap of a button on a touch panel controller.

Select the input, TV, and more while controlling the playback and volume with a single device. Minimize confusion and maintain command of your entire home technology system with just one easy-to-use device.

Want to get more out of your video content? Consider a video distribution system for your property. For more, click here or call (973) 227-0550. We look forward to speaking with you!