CEDIA 2012 Integrated Home Finalist: True Elegance

Photo By: Jim Ritter/PHOTOAPPEAL

Photo By: Jim Ritter/PHOTOAPPEAL

Photo By: Jim Ritter/PHOTOAPPEAL

More than 40 speakers and several subterranean subwoofers were used to provide excellent exterior sound over this home's two-acre rear landscape.

The latest 240 MHz LED TVs were installed through out the house. These integrated with Blu-ray DVD players, HD Cable TV, and Apple TV.

The client did not want to hide all the TVs but instead integrate size and location carefully so the TVs would appear as part of the architecture.

The workout room was designed for great audio since the client spends a lot of time in this room. Room acoustics were planned and acoustical materials added to ensure maximum performance in this challenging space.

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