Low Profile Television & In-Ceiling Speakers
TAGS: Artison Speakers | Crestron | Dolby Atmos | Home Theater | Martin Logan | Montecito Audio Video | Residential Audio Video | Santa Barbara | Santa Barbara Audio Video
Home Theater doesn’t necessarily mean a dedicated theater room inside of your home. Ultraviolet Audio Video specializes in utilizing common spaces to install entertainment systems.
Modern technology and skillful installers can give you the theater quality audio and video while concealing most of the technology. Ultraviolet Audio Video can utilize recessed in-wall, in-ceiling or hidden speakers, television or projectors that can be hidden or decoratively placed. Modern systems do not need to have the audio/ video and control equipment nearby. This equipment can be placed remotely in another, less usable are of the home.
Systems such as Crestron or Savant can allow the entire system to be easily usable from any iPhone, iPad or Android device.
The purpose of this installation method is to work around the design of the room. It isn’t always necessary to plan your design around the entertainment system.
Ultraviolet Audio is Santa Barbara’s specialist for Audio, Video, Home Theater and Home Automation Specialist. Contact us at 805-617-4433 for your Home Theater or Dedicated Media Room installation today!
In the picture above we are using a Samsung QLED 88” display, Artison In-Wall Subwoofer, Martin Logan EM-R In-Ceiling Speakers powered by a Crestron HDXSPA Amplifier. 4K HDR 444 Video is provided via Crestron NVX Video Distribution. The remote control being used is a Crestron TSR-310.
We would like to thank our subcontractors for assisting us perfect this project.
Painting By: Mesa Painting Santa Barbara
Electrical By: Parisotto Electric
Crestron System Installation Santa Barbara
TAGS: Crestron | Home Theater | Low Voltage Prewire | Residential Audio Video | Santa Barbara
Excellent systems require excellent infrastructure. At Ultraviolet AV, We believe that what's inside of the walls is equally important as what is on the outside.
This high tech home was designed by Tom Meany Fine Architecture. It is being built by Santa Barbara’s premiere contractor Giffin & Crane Construction. Our team is currently running 8,750’ of various low voltage cable in this residence.
We are running various different types of cabling for this project including OM3 Fiber Optic, CAT6, Cresnet and RG6U Coaxial.
We are preparing his house for a complete Crestron System Installation. All of this wiring will eventually be connected to Audio, Video, Lighting, Climate, Security, Shading and Automated Entry Systems.
This home is being outfitted with the most advanced technology available.
- Lighting Control : Crestron CLX Lighting System with Pyng
- Climate Control: Crestron Climate Control System with Pyng
- Automated Shading: Crestron with Pyng
- Audio: Crestron, Bang & Olufsen, Martin Logan, Artison & Origin Acoustics
- Video: LG Electronics
- Networking: Ruckus & Araknis
- Automated Entry: Holovision
- Control System: Crestron Custom Interface
- Security: Honeywell (Installed by Hillcrest Security)
Architect: Tom Meaney
Contractor: Giffin & Crane General Contractors
Electrical Work: Turner Electric
Security: Hillcrest Security
Framing: DBC Framing
Audio/Video & Low Voltage: Ultraviolet Audio Video
Don’t Go in Unprepared
TAGS: Dolby Atmos | Home Theater
So, you’ve decided to upgrade your AV with integrated technology. Good choice. That means you’ll get more out of your system and it will be easier to control.
But first you have to go through the dreaded installation phase. Don’t worry, it’s not that bad.
In fact, the discovery and installation are some of the most fun parts of enjoying a new system. Why? Because that’s where you get to choose the technology you want and define a system as unique as you are.
If you’re looking at an audio video installation soon (or if the idea makes you hesitate to move forward) this is the blog for you. In it, we’ll give you three things you can expect when you upgrade the tech in your Ojai space. Find out more below.