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Home Ideas | Home Entertainment


Story: Rufus Greenway


We are living in an age of revolution in home entertainment.


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oday, the range and quality of performance you can experience in audio-visual systems is nothing


short of mind-blowing. You can source, store and access content in ways that none of us would have thought possible thirty years ago. You can even control your home’s entertainment system at the touch of a button from anywhere in your home. Better still, you can enjoy the whole experience tailored to your needs with solutions that blend and perfectly complement your interior design, even in traditional and period homes, whilst at the same time refl ecting your personality and fully meeting your lifestyle and your family’s needs. Yes, today, the technology, and just as


importantly, the design and professional installation skills of qualifi ed systems’ experts exist to make your dreams and your vision real. These professionals who hold


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membership of CEDIA (the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association) are uniquely equipped to transform your home with reliable, easy to operate and versatile electronic systems. They can provide you with stunning, high quality hi-fi , multi-room audio and video systems, the latest high-defi nition 2D and 3D screens and awe-inspiring home cinemas. They can also connect these technologies seamlessly with lighting, HVAC, energy management, security and home data networks to create a fully integrated, smart home. Rufus Greenway, CEDIA Marketing


Chair and Managing Director of installation company and home entertainment specialists, Sound Environment tells us how you can transform your home entertainment system without affecting the aesthetics of your traditional home.


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