Why Consolidate Video?
Smart Technology Is a Smart Idea
You wouldn’t be crazy to think smart automation is kind of like a fancy toy. After all, we tend to talk about the coolest and most fun aspects of upgrading your home technology. But the truth is, integrated technology doesn’t have to be something you’re constantly impressed by. In fact, it should generally fade into the background of your life; something you only think about when it’s not around.
For instance, the practical applications for a contemporary video consolidation system are a lot less fun to talk about than 4K and HDR, but they could be even more life-changing. In this blog, we’ll explore some of the smart reasons you should consolidate your video controls for easy use anywhere in your Bloomington, IL property. Keep reading for more.
There’s Too Much Content
If you’re a fan of Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video you’ve probably felt it: there’s just not enough time in the day for the amount of amazing TV shows coming out. Add into the mix the latest movies and sporting events, and your calendar quickly fills up with TV time. It can be a lot to manage when there are so many options. An integrated system helps you do just that.
You can easily access your various apps from a single interface and play it on any screen in the house. Want to binge the latest season of Orange Is the New Black? A few swipes on your tablet will open Netflix and begin playing in the bedroom. Time for the Bears game? The same interface can access NFL Sunday ticket and stream to your home theater. It’s an easier way to manage content.
There Are Too Many Devices
Along with all the content you love comes all the devices you can watch it on. TVs, projectors, and even your tablet—there are nearly endless ways to consume content. Having centralized control over each video display and source in your property allows you to stream exactly the types of shows and movies you want to see while maintaining simple control over everything. With a few taps on your controller, you can pause a movie in your bedroom and pick it up in the den. Never worry about loss of quality – everything streams in full 4K.
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