|1. Wire for everything now.
If you are building or remodeling your home, wire it with a plan for future needs utilizing structured wiring. While no one can guarantee what the future in smart home technology will look like, the professionals at dBTronix make it their business to stay current to offer good advice about technologies that are on the horizon. Best of all they can help you sort out the hype from reality.
2. Plan for HDTV now.
High Definition TV is the new digital standard for enhanced picture for TV broadcasting. If you're buying a new TV or video projector for a home theater or to use throughout your home, make sure you'll be able to enjoy the incredible sound and pictures that are part of HDTV.
3. Insist on integrated systems.
As you buy new electronic components, make sure you shop for equipment that can be hooked up together and operated with one, easy to use control system.
4. Don't buy yesterday's products (often what is in stock).
Many stores purchase large orders of all equipment and sell it at discounted rates. At dBTronix we provide you with new equipment and technologies.
5. Consider integrating lighting control with your home electronics system.
Lighting sets the mood for home theater, entertaining, or just a quiet night at home. You can control your home lighting from the same remote that you use to control your theater or music system.
6. Think with your wallet, but lead with your head.
Quality and long-term reliability are the most effective attributes that you can build into a home. Proper part and equipment purchasing is paramount in maintaining quality. Don't forget to document and protect your investment with appropriate warranty services.
7. Buy an experience, not a box.
At dBTronix, you can experience the thrill of a high performance system, like found in a home theater. Few people have the time to research and evaluate all the hardware choices. It's smarter to focus on the end result and make your choices based upon overall performance and value.
8. Don't think you have to put up with hard to use, multiple remote controls.
Easy to use, all-in-one remote controls are available for any system. You can even have them custom programmed so they make perfect sense to you. This is all part of home automation!
9. Consult a professional.
Designing and installing reliable, easy to use systems that add real quality to your lifestyle and value to your home is the goal of dBTronix.