Simplify your next new-construction home project by working with outdoor AV experts
Many homeowners are staying inside their Menlo Park properties this year. But that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t enjoy a little fun in the sun. In fact, a lot are clamoring for outdoor audio and video upgrades for their outdoor spaces. As a local architect, you should be aware of an outdoor AV system’s most critical parts. Want to learn more, from the area’s leading technology expert? Keep reading.
Speakers Sound Great
The first things everyone thinks about in a sound system are the speakers. As an architectural professional, you fill a unique position. You can manipulate acoustics and build a space that can enhance listeners’ experience and accommodate the positioning of a speaker system.
Outdoor audio is a sophisticated science, and manufacturers like James Loudspeaker offer an extensive selection of architectural speaker devices. We can install units within the wall or mount them on the house’s exterior. James Loudspeaker has considered all aspects of building an effective, efficient, and ear-pleasing speaker system for outdoor uses.
From wall-mounted speakers for outdoor theaters to discreet, bullet-shaped devices that hide within the foliage, outdoor systems deliver incredible sound to the yard. We design systems that fit your clients’ needs.
One of the top reasons homeowners hesitate to install an outdoor AV system is the fear that it will interfere with their landscape design. Your ability to design and build solutions that take technology into account is invaluable to homeowners and custom electronics professionals.
James Loudspeaker’s subwoofers can be buried or semi-buried to stay out of view while providing the kick of deep bass tones. Homeowners enjoy the robust, full-bodied sound of a subwoofer without seeing the device. It stores neatly underground, beneath a deck, or below a patio.
Installing components underground also protects them from environmental damage. Because outdoor systems are primarily exposed to the elements, it’s essential to find the technology that can withstand the weather.
With baseball, hockey, and basketball back for the year, it’s a perfect time to install outdoor TVs. Seura offers several options that look great and perform admirably under harsh sunlight conditions. An architectural professional can determine the best placement for the TV and craft a solution the client loves.
Whether they’re looking for a system that’s fully exposed to the sunlight or shaded beneath a patio awning, it’s essential we collaborate to build systems and properties that clients will get the most out of.