When you’re working on designing your audio/video system, a huge consideration should be where you’re going to store each of the pieces of equipment.
Modern systems have audio receivers, DVD or BluRay and CD players, cable tuners, DVRs, etc. You know the saying, “What is popular is not always right and what is right is not always popular”? I have found that it applies to storing audio/video equipment. What’s right is storing your equipment in a rack. What’s popular is to stack it all up in your home entertainment center with a rats’ nest of cables, running a risk of overheating and damaging your equipment.
Check out “Once You Go Rack, You Never Go Back”, from Control4. Their blog post gives some insight on why racks are a necessary component of your audio/video system.
Did you know that we offer Control4 products? They are at the forefront of home automation technology, and we are delighted to be able to partner with them. Want to know more about audio/video systems from Ener-Tel? Give us a call.