Pre-Wire Your New Home: Chapter 9: Whole-Home Video

This is the ninth and final chapter of a multi-part series covering all aspects of low voltage wiring in the home: entertainment, security, automation, and future planning.

Pre-Wire Your New Home: Chapter 7: Proper Terminations

This is the sixth installment of a multi-part series covering all aspects of low voltage wiring in the home: entertainment, security, automation, and future planning.

Pre-Wire Your New Home - Chapter 6: Whole-Home Audio

This is the fifth installment of a multi-part series covering all aspects of low voltage wiring in the home: entertainment, security, automation, and future planning. A new section will be published every few weeks.

Why do I need a check up on my system

As an ISF calibrator for many years I find myself in a lot of homes to make their systems perform better. I am constantly amazed at how many systems have everything they need to watch HD video and listen to HD audio but have never seen or heard either. I find that about 5 out of 10 consumers fall into this category. Why is this happening you ask? 

Pre-Wire Your New Home - Chapter 4 - Future Proofing

In this chapter we talk about some things to look into and perhaps install while you under construction --- just in case you need it in the future. It's easy to pull extra wire while you are at it.

Pre-Wire Your New Home - Chapter 5: The Actual "Pull"

Whatever systems or wires you choose, these general rules and procedures will make the job easier.

Pre-Wire Your New Home: Plan For The Future Chapter 3: The Absolute Minimum - and Why

This is the second installment of a multi-part series covering all aspects of low voltage wiring in the home: entertainment, security, automation, and future planning. A new section will be published every few weeks.

Pre-Wire Your New Home: Plan For The Future Chapters 1 And 2

This is the first installment of a multi-part series covering all aspects of low voltage wiring in the home: entertainment, security, automation, and future planning. A new section will be published every few weeks.

TECHORATE YOUR HOME FOR THE PERFECT HOLIDAY PARTY Tips from the LG Techorator

It won't be long until folks are preparing for the in-laws visiting and hosting their big holiday party. Although the food is important, consumers often don't know where to start to ensure their home is ready for watching the classics and playing seasonal music while entertaining guests and family during the holiday season.

D-Tools Case Study

T&T Communications began looking at software solutions in order to improve and streamline their business processes.

Home/Office IPTV-VoD SystemHome/Office IPTV-VoD System

IPTV networks are basically intranets, only the web browser isn't on a PC, it is on a set-top box. If you've set up an intranet or public website, you can set up your own IPTV network and do what you want with it.

AVIA Inc. Increases Revenue and Decreases Costs with D-Tools

AVIA Inc. has experienced a significant reduction in time and cost for each project because resources are correctly allocated, resulting in better tracking and correctly ordered equipment for each job. Additionally, AVIA reduces time by generating easily understood and applied documentation with D-Tools so remote installations can be managed onsite by AVIA's technical staff.

Haave AV Systems Increases Revenue Utilizing D-Tools System Integrator™ Software

We are able to confidently present our proposal, knowing it's designed properly with D-Tools and understanding our industry and costs, so we can explain every aspect of the job to our customer, easing any apprehension, and winning the job hands down.

System Test and Integration Procedures Part 4 Continued: Systems Integration Procedures

Systems integration is unique because it is more of a process than a series of checklists. Once you understand this concept, you will have a better understanding on how to approach it… In the end, having the hardware and software operate as an entity and perform the way the customer expects it to perform is the essence of systems integration.

How Can Integrators Improve the Home Technology Industry While Building a Successful Business

HAVE FUN! This is a great industry to be in. Thrive and be successful! Be proud of the work you do. You will not be able to wait to tell your family how you made a client feel in their brand new home!

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