Want Your Home Audio to Sound It’s Best?


It’s one thing to have the best home AV equipment installed; it’s another to have the exact sound quality that you want. Because so many factors from your home’s acoustics to wear and tear can affect the sound, you may need to take some additional steps to ensure that you enjoy your listening time to the utmost. In this article, we will cover four easy ways to enhance your home’s audio and build your ideal sound system, whether you’re considering whole home audio in your Palm Beach, FL home or you’ve had it for years. Continue reading to learn more.

Check the Cables

Typically speaking, audio cables won’t really degrade too much over time. However, what can wear down is the signal from the player to the speaker. If you start experiencing any signal loss, it could be time to rearrange your cables. You should try to avoid any splicing and shorten cable length as much as possible. 

If you’re just starting the installation process, working with an audio professional will ensure that the cables are properly arranged. In addition, they will select the appropriate equipment needed to losslessly transmit the signal among each of your audio components.

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Upgrade Your Equalizers

An equalizer is an often forgotten but highly important tool for your home audio. It allows you to adjust the levels and fine-tune your audio system’s sound. Depending on the variety of music that you are listening to, you may have to adjust the levels often to best complement the style. But, if you have a whole home audio system, each member of the family might be listening to something different in several rooms of the house.

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How to Attract Customers to Your Palm Beach Store


As a Florida business owner, you want to do all you can to set your space apart. One tool that you could be missing is commercial AV and automation. With smart technology, you can find novel ways to bring in customers. From smart signs to a strong audio system, you can utilize these devices to make your retail space unique and more interactive. To learn more, continue reading. 

Digital Signs

Before your customers even enter the door, you want to be interacting with them. If you place digital signage outside of your establishment, you can do just that. These are usually screens with a revolving series of images or videos. As the business owner, you can change the image at any time through a computer or smartphone--even if you aren’t in the building.

Unlike traditional signage, you can change these images every day--or even throughout the day--to best reflect what’s happening in your store. If you suddenly decide that you want to offer a special, you can advertise that without having to wait for the sign to be created. You can also incorporate videos or surveys to engage any potential customers walking by.


The right sound can help establish the tone of your business. You can play the music that best reflects your goods and services as well as what speaks to your customers. But, whatever you play, you’ll want a strong audio system. Work with an audio professional, like Audio One, to map out the acoustics of your space, and decide on equipment. We can help develop a system that utilizes streaming services that you can adjust through your smartphone. Then, you can play what you like and easily make changes depending on the time of day.

If you’re worried about bulky equipment taking up too much room, we know how to properly integrate the audio equipment. You can use hidden technologies, like speakers installed directly into the wall or in the ceiling, to maintain your aesthetics while optimizing your audio.

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Could You Be Doing More to Protect Your Home?


One of the many benefits of smart home automation is added protection to your home. Smart home security can take many forms, from devices specifically made to keep you protected to common home technologies used to enhance your safety. In this article, we will highlight four such devices or techniques that you can employ to better secure your home and belongings. So, whether you’re at home in Miami, FL or away on vacation, allow smart technology to provide you some peace of mind. 

Surveillance Cameras

When it comes to keeping tabs on your home, nothing is better than smart security cameras. When professionally installed, you should have a clear view of what’s happening on your property--inside and out. What makes our surveillance options smart is the level of control that you will have over them. From a smartphone or tablet, you can receive a live feed no matter where you are. Also, these cameras will be monitoring the area for possible security threats. You will receive alerts if something seems amiss.

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Smart Locks

Your doorway, as the access point to your home, can be very vulnerable. Adding a smart lock is an excellent way to add a little extra protection and peace of mind. Let’s say, for instance, you’re at work and can’t remember if you locked the door on the way out. With a smart lock, you can again employ your smartphone or tablet to check and secure the door if necessary. Plus, you can be alerted when the door opens. This is a great way to make certain that the kids have made it home from school. If you also install a smart camera near your door, you can even check the footage to see what’s going on.

Detection Devices

Of course, you probably already have a smoke detector or even a carbon monoxide detector. But those tools are only useful when you’re in the house. If you want to stay informed, consider the smart version of these devices. If an alarm goes off, you will also receive an alert on your smartphone, and can respond accordingly. Also, consider water sensors. These devices can be placed near pipes to make sure there aren’t any slow leaks that could be causing unknown damage to your home.

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4 Advantages of Voice Control


It may seem like science fiction, but voice control is becoming a reality for smart homes everywhere. You can now adjust your technologies simply by using your voice. The partnership between Amazon voice recognition technology, also known as Alexa, and home automation companies like Crestron has made it simple to incorporate voice control into your smart home system.  But what will voice control add to your Miami, FL home? In this article, we will cover four ways you can use voice control to your advantage. Read on to learn more. 

1. Simplify Your Home’s Security

Perhaps when you decided to include smart home technology into your Florida home, your home’s security was a major priority. Adding smart home security means increased protection for your home, from video surveillance to home access, but it also means increased convenience. You can unlock your door right from your smartphone and receive any alerts regarding your home’s security system.

When you add voice control into the mix, your home’s security becomes even simpler. For instance, you can ask your Alexa device about any component of your security system. Let’s say you’re just laying down to go to sleep, but you aren’t sure if you locked the door; just ask Alexa. She’ll tell you which doors are locked and you can ask her to lock anything that isn’t secured for the night. You won’t even have to move from your bed.

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2. Improve Your Mornings

Home automation has probably already made waking up easier. You may have programmed your motorized shades to open at the same time as your alarm to help ease you into the day. However, there might be certain smart home features that you can’t always schedule. For instance, maybe you have a little more time some mornings to sleep in; you may not want all your bedroom lights to turn on exactly with your alarm.

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