Home Entertainment Projects by Electronics Design Group Wins Three CEDIA 2010 Awards

Electronics Design Group (EDG) is pleased to announce that three of its custom residential electronic installations won at the 2010 Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association's (CEDIA) Electronic Lifestyles Awards.

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -October 5, 2010 -Electronics Design Group (EDG) is pleased to announce that three of its custom residential electronic installations won at the 2010 Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association's (CEDIA) Electronic Lifestyles Awards. Each year CEDIA recognizes the best of the best in the residential electronic systems industry.


The company, specializing in high -end home entertainment and automation systems, is a perennial powerhouse, winning over 40 different industry awards in the past 15 years. EDG was recognized in the following three categories:

•Large Home Theater Level II: $140,000 -$180,000 -Silver Technical Design. This recognition was awarded to a project that turned a dilapidated, unfinished basement into a useable high -tech family space suitable for viewing DVDs, Blu -ray discs, web content and playing video games, with eye -popping video performance as the highest possible priority. The project used a 1080p Runco projector and a 110 -inch Stewart Luxus Delux MicroPerf screen. A unique feature was a Richard Grey power conditioner that eliminates ground loops and delivers clean power free of hums and buzzes.

•Large Home Theater Level V: $400,000 -$530,000 -Bronze Technical Design. This recognition was awarded to a theater that was the centerpiece of a new home construction, where the family and guests could have a 15 -seat, state -of -the -art experience without disturbing the peace in the remainder of the home. Technical features include 164 -inch 2.35 Stewart Cinewide Firehawk Screen, Crestron touch screen control panel, 3 -chip 1080p Titan, and Rotel speakers.

•Integrated Home Level I: $77,000 -$140,000 -Bronze Technical Design. This recognition was awarded for a project consisting of a whole automation system without the client having to see it. The scope of the project included lighting, HVAC, audiophile -grade multi -room audio, Weatherbug access from the touchpanels, remote access to the system via Internet, and user -enabled programming of the lighting system via Control4's Composer Home Edition software.
EDG also received a Best Use of Light Control in a Home Theater at the Lutron Excellence Awards, which was also presented at the CEDIA Expo. This is the fourth Lutron award EDG has received since 2004.

EDG is a private company that specializes in the design, integration, and installation of high -end home theater and home automation system technologies for private residences, as well as a provider of complete theater, light control, and automation services for businesses.

For more information about EDG, please contact Jackie Zima -Evans at 610 -228 -2138, 215 -534 -2973 (mobile), or write to Jackie@GregoryFCA.com.

ABOUT ELECTRONICS DESIGN GROUP
Founded by Bob Gullo in 1987, EDG is a pioneer in the custom residential electronics industry. Considered by its peers and industry magazines as one of the top residential system integrators in the country, EDG continues to design innovative systems using the latest software and control system technology to bring its clients simple and easy to use solutions. Providing expertise in all aspects of residential environments, EDG is known for: audio/video systems, acoustics, media room design, lighting, HVAC, telecommunications and motorized control of shades, lifts, and other devices. EDG is a one -stop solutions provider in the Hi -End residential marketplace. www.EDGonline.com
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