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Entertainment in the Great Outdoors

Submitted by on April 16, 2010 – 2:27 pm5 Comments

Enjoying Entertainment in the Great Outdoors

One of the great things about being a homeowner here in the Atlanta area, is the fact that we have such a long season of temperatures to enjoy relaxing and entertaining outdoors.

Through the years, we have seen the quality of a typical backyard change tremendously.  The size and detail of a swimming pool and hot tub, over the top outdoor kitchens, elaborate water features and sitting areas are all things that seem to be a focus of our clients building a new home, or backyard makeover project.

With all the great audio / video technology we provide throughout the interior of the home, why would you not want to take it outdoors as well?  Georgia Home Theater provides quite a large range of outdoor audio solutions, from the traditional box speakers mounted to the house, to more camoflauged speakers that look like rocks, planters, or outdoor lighting fixtures.  I myself have a  multizone audio system at my house, and without a doubt the most used zone is our outside deck.  Steaks on the grill, cold one in my hand, and good ole rock & roll to keep me company.

How about a weatherproof flat panel television from Sunbrite TV, or even a 100 inch projection Starglas screen from Stewart Filmscreen?  We certainly don’t want to overlook the great outdoor video options available.

How will I control all of this while splashing around the hot tub or pool you wonder….well don’t worry as we have that covered too, with waterproof remote control options from Crestron.

There is no better time than NOW to pull the trigger on your outdoor entertainment upgrades, as the cold weather is now behind us and the flowers are blooming.

See you soon!

Eric Joy


 

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