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Does Laser Projection Make a Difference for Home Theater Design?

We’ll Pull Back the Curtain on Common Entertainment Tools

Does Laser Projection Make a Difference for Home Theater Design?

You’ve likely sifted through many display options by now. Let’s assume you’ve ruled out the TV display and decided that a projector best suits your home theater’s visual needs. Now, you might be surprised to learn about all of the other options awaiting you: You still have plenty of projectors to choose from, especially since we work with all the top brands like JVC, Barco, Sony, Epson, and Digital Projection. 

So, which of these tools should you show off in your Newport Beach, CA, home soon? We think you’ll know when you finish reading this article. We’ll walk you through the most popular variants - the lamp, LED and laser projectors - and run through some benefits and applications for each to help you decide which fits your home theater design and specifications.

Upgrade to Control4 OS 3 to Do More with Your Smart Home

Improved smart home OS offers greater customization, faster controls, new features, and more!

Upgrade to Control4 OS 3 to Do More with Your Smart Home

Your smart home’s control system is the nervous center of your house. It’s what binds all your different home automation systems together. The importance and centrality of your control system makes any upgrade to that system very exciting, and that’s certainly true for Control4’s OS 3 update. OS 3 is a top to bottom overhaul, and it adds or improves a number of features for your home automation system. Today’s blog will outline the changes and updates in OS 3 and how they can benefit families with smart homes in Pasadena and other parts of California.

How to Choose the Right Smart Lighting Solution for Your Home

Whether you opt for a wired solution or a wireless one, we have the expertise you’re looking for

How to Choose the Right Smart Lighting Solution for Your Home

Smart home lighting is one of the most powerful and useful home automation systems available today. Lighting control makes it easier to control the fixtures in any room – or across your whole house – while also improving your energy efficiency and allowing for more stylish lighting designs.

But how do you know which system is right for your home? Even among leading brands like Lutron, it can be hard to figure out which system suits your needs. Broadly speaking, lighting control systems fall into two categories: Wired and wireless. Both wired and wireless solutions have pros and cons, and they’re more useful in different circumstances. Today’s blog will illustrate the difference between wired and wireless smart home lighting, and we’ll cover which type of system suits different situations for homeowners in Pasadena, CA.

What Are the Top Home Automation Trends to Watch in 2020?

Keep Up with the Latest Tech in Lighting, Voice Control and More

What Are the Top Home Automation Trends to Watch in 2020?

New smart technology is always emerging, offering new ways to make your home more efficient, fun and beautiful. Even the most tech-savvy homeowners have a tough time keeping up with the latest trends. As the go-to smart home company in Newport Beach, CA, a vital part of our job is letting you know of the best products and features.

Here we'll outline some of the technology trends that could have a significant impact on your home automation system in 2020. In this blog, we focus on things you'll be using directly like a more seamless voice control experience and lighting fixtures that boost your mood.

Still, it's important to note that significant changes are happening behind the scenes as well. Emerging AV over IP solutions are making it easier to share content throughout the house. Meanwhile, 5G networks will help all your smart devices communicate directly to reduce latency and boost efficiency.