Over the past several years, many Orange County homeowners have contacted us to discuss custom home theater design and installation. Delivering dedicated, high-end home theater rooms for Irvine and Orange County residences has been a big part of our company’s long history. In many cases, those home theaters turn out to be just the beginning. Once homeowners experience the convenience and entertainment options afforded by a custom tailored system, they often want to expand that experience into the rest of the residence. [Read more…]
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Savant has introduced a new technology that will change the way Orange County families view media. With their SmartView Video Tiling System, families now have the ability to simultaneously view up to nine separate windows—on a single display! [Read more…]
If you’re an Orange County homeowner looking to do a custom home theater installation, you’ve probably given some thought to the type of display you want in your home theater room. You may have thought about a traditional projector and screen setup, a large LED TV, or even a multiple-television display. If you’re like most of our home theater customers, you have probably dreamed of installing the largest television or screen the room will hold. [Read more…]
The Good Sounds team just completed an installation at a beautiful new custom home overlooking Newport Harbor. This project is a great example of the type of complete home automation that is possible with a Savant Home Automation System, so we wanted to highlight some of the smart home features we were able to add to this Newport Beach residence. [Read more…]
Modern audiovisual systems involve complex technology, multiple devices and increasingly sophisticated control. At Good Sounds, we understand, based on our decades in the audiovisual business in Orange County, that it can be easy for system owners and system users to get overwhelmed by the complexity of their audiovisual systems.
Unfortunately, this means that home owners are often convinced that swapping out a single component, or adding a new, more sophisticated piece of equipment to an audiovisual system must mean scrapping the whole thing and starting fresh with a brand new audiovisual system. [Read more…]