Home automation is the installation of electronic systems in your home that allows you to control electronic devices remotely. Think of how many different devices electronic you have in your home: TV lighting, LCD and plasma, security, telephone, and all of your home theater audio equipment.
By consolidating your electronic devices in separate locations, you can get rid of the dreaded cable clutter, making more space your living room and kitchen, and simplify your home theater system, while maintaining the ability to use your device. You can even install homebased automation systems with the help of AV experts.
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Light & Sound
Integrated lighting, intercom, and telephone systems are becoming more and more common. Being able to remotely control lighting allows you to adjust all the lights in your home from a single device, rather than visiting each room in your home to do it.
Other advanced features can be integrated as well, such as dimming and scheduled changes. The phone system can be made more comfortable through the use of a wireless phone jack, while the introduction of the intercom system to make communication easier in your home.
Home automation has drastically changed the way the technology in your home can work together. To take full advantage of the speaker and TV on a wall mount, your device is connected to them should also be regulated.
By moving electronics and peripherals to a centralized location, your home can become a modern, efficient, and best of all, automatically.