Raise Your (Sound) Bar
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Raise Your (Sound) Bar
How high is your bar? Is bass important? What about style, or sound quality? All of these sound important... but why? Sound is the center of your home’s entertainment experience, and therefore many factors go into it. The selection of a sound bar can be quite confusing, so the experts at Liaison are here to answer all of your questions.
Some Helpful Tips for Designing a Home Theater in your Highland Park-Deerfield, IL Smart Home
TAGS: home-theater | smart-home-automation
Building a home theater is one of the most exciting ways to enjoy the benefits of a smart home. But crafting an excellent, commercial-quality private cinema takes more than simply setting up a 4K projector and a big, comfy couch. If you’re in the market for high-quality entertainment, you’ll need the perfect set of components for your spaces. This blog will focus on how to elicit the best sound out of your home theater design.
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How to Know You’re Working with the Right Technology Partner
TAGS: home-lighting-control | home-theater | smart home company | smart-home-automation
The world of smart home automation is deceptively simple. The technology is fun to use and easy to learn, and it adds a lot of convenience to your daily life.
But the simplicity of smart technology can mislead users into thinking it’s easy to craft a fully functioning ecosystem throughout your entire Chicago, IL property.
That’s why you want to work with a smart home company you can trust. One with an established record of successful projects and ongoing success.
In this blog, we’ll show you how you can find a technology partner that will work for you for years to come.
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TAGS: home-theater | netflix
Prepare Your Home Theater Installation for More Content Than Ever
Did you know that, back in the 1920s and 30s, there were no multiplexes? Instead, the latest films were screened in prestigious “movie palaces” – opulent destinations where moviegoers could spend entire days enjoying all the new pictures the studio had to offer. These movie palaces were few and far between. If you lived in Central Illinois, you would likely have to travel two hours to visit a theater in Chicago or Indianapolis. Today, that’s not the case. Mega movie theater chains appear in most cities and towns across the country, but they seem to be on the way out. Instead, people are streaming directly to their home theater installations. And if streaming giant Netflix has anything to say about it, there’s a good chance you won’t be leaving your private cinema anytime soon. What’s Netflix doing to disrupt commercial theaters? Find out below.
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