Your local Control4 dealer delivers the latest updates
TAGS: audio video controls | Control4 | Smart Home Automation
The New Year is just getting started, and that means there are plenty of ways to enjoy your home automation system. Trends in the industry include an increased focus on wellness, more immersive AV controls, and some significant new advancements in the way you engage with your favorite technology. As your local Control4 dealer, we’ve got a look at the latest updates you can enjoy in your San Diego, CA property. Find out more below.
Transform Your Lighting, Audio & More
TAGS: Home Automation | Home Automation System | Smart Home Automation
If you’re looking to bring your home to the next level, an integration of technologies can bring your La Jolla, CA, home to life. With smart home automation, comfort, convenience, and security will be at your fingertips.
You can do anything from closing the garage to seeing who's at your front door from your tablet. You can turn down the heat or have the lights turn on when you pull in the driveway. Smart home automation not only makes your life easier—but it also makes your family safer and can save you money through energy-efficient lighting.
Here are a few ways that smart home automation can improve your life:
From AV upgrades to smart home automation for wellness, the future of technology is here
TAGS: 8K | Home Theater | Tunable Lighting
The year is winding down, and a brand new decade is just around the corner. That means a lot is about to change; fashion, music preferences, and -- perhaps most important of all -- technology. The twenty-teens were an incredible decade for advancements in smart home automation and audio-video systems, and things won’t slow down in the roaring ’20s. With that in mind, CEDIA 2019 (the biggest tech and automation show of the year) had a lot to showcase. Here, we’ll take a look at some of the coolest technologies you can enjoy in your Rancho Santa Fe, CA property next year. Keep reading for more.
Formats like Dolby Atmos sound bigger than life. But they also change the rules of home theater design acoustics.
TAGS: Dolby Atmos | Immersive Audio
Immersive audio is one of the most exciting developments to hit home theater design in decades. With a system as small as 5.1.2, your San Diego, CA, private cinema can sound like the local megaplex. But formats like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X rely on audio reflections to achieve the desired effect. How does that impact traditional acoustic design, speaker placement, and other factors? Find out below.