We’re currently working on an A/V installation in a new construction Delafield, WI lake home. There are three phases to the installation process: prewire, trim, and finish. The photos below are showing the trim phase.
I begin by working with you to determine what type of equipment and set up is best for your needs. From there, I work in coordination with the builder and contractors to ensure we’re in sync throughout each installation phase.
The prewire work is done at the same time the electricians are wiring the home, we then install all the speakers and plates during the trim phase, and the equipment installation takes place during the final finish phase. I take care of everything for you from beginning to end—we even have the equipment on hand—so you don’t have to worry about anything.
This project includes 6.5″ Proficient Pivoting Speakers from their Protege Architectural line that will be controlled with the client’s iPhone or iPad via a multi-zone or multi-source audio system. The speakers are small but with their built-in tweeters and subwoofers—all adjustable via your iPhone—put out a crisp powerful sound.
You’ll notice the seamless look of the built-in speakers in the living room and kitchen, the Protege series has a thin bezel design—eliminating the wide plastic flange—allowing the speakers to blend high in with your ceilings or walls.
The speaker plates can be painted to color match your ceiling or walls so they’re barely noticeable, and the best part is that because they’re ceiling mounted they take up absolutely no floor space.
Should you ever move your furniture around, the pivoting speakers can be adjusted so that you experience the best sound no matter where you’re sitting in the room.
We look forward to showing pictures of the finished project in September.
If you’re thinking about adding an audio visual system in your home, or just want to hide your existing cables and boxes, please contact me to set up a free consultation.