Rives Audio Brings home the Gold at Cedia 2008

Rives Audio dealer Aurant, recieved the Level VI Gold Technical Design for a custom home theater featuring a Rives Audio Level 3 acoustical design by Chris Huston. This design was one among many Aurant brought home from the show.

Racking up the nominations this year, Aurant, Rives Dealer in West Valley City, UT won the Level VI Gold Technical Design at this year's Cedia Expo.

Winning the Large Home Theater Level VI: $730,000 - $1.1 Million Category, Aurant (Entry# LHT24) worked with Chris Huston, V.P. Rives Audio, for the room's acoustical engineering.
Aurant's rooms also took home a Bronze for Large Home Theater Level V: $340,000 - $465,000, a Silver for the Technical Design Integrated Home Level VI: $800,000 - $2,000,000, and an award for best Themed Room.
The room designed by Chris Huston offered many challenges - Converting a former racket ball court to a home theater being the first. The owner wanted to have the feel of a true theater experience, complete with a movie poster entryway and a popcorn machine.

For more information on Rives Audio's acoustic designs, or to find a dealer near you, call 800 -959 -6553 or visit our website.

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