Our Sony Home Theater Installers Explain Why These Terms Are Important to Know
Shopping for TVs, projectors, and other home entertainment equipment can be daunting for those unfamiliar with today’s audio-video buzzwords. OLED vs. LED, HDR, FPS… What do they all mean, and which ones should you be looking for based on your needs?
We can’t cover them all in this blog, but we’ll focus on a few key buzzwords popular with Sony displays. Afterall, Sony is an esteemed leader in home entertainment. And as a Sony home theater installer serving the Scottsdale, AZ area, Wipliance has the inside scoop on all the buzzwords you need to know. Keep reading to decode the popular ABCs of today’s latest videodisplays.
This Sony Short Throw Projector Is Designed with Flexibility in Mind
When it comes to big-screen movie watching at home, it’s hard to beat the performance of a projector. However, not all homeowners have the space fora dedicated theater room. If you have a media room, a traditional long-throw projector may not fit well in there either. Not to mention that a wall or ceiling projector would likely distract from your interior design.
You can put these problems behind you when you choose a Sony short-throw projector for your Scottsdale, AZ home, which offers flexible placement and installation and can display a screen size up to 120 inches in diameter. If you want big projector-screen entertainment in a small space, keep reading to learn more about the Sony VPL-VZ1000ES ultra-short throw projector.
Bring the Thrilling Sights and Sounds of the Stadium to Your Home
Despite the numerous cancellations of anticipated events throughout 2020 due to the pandemic, the 55th annual Super Bowl is still on! Come February 7, 2021, America will once again glue its eyes to the television and enjoy another thrilling night of football and entertainment.
Unless you’re traveling to Tampa to attend the event at Raymond James Stadium (which will have a maximum capacity of 25% for fans), then you’re likely bunched with the majority of Americans who will safely watch it from the comforts of home. Is your current TV Super Bowl-worthy?
This season, go big for the big game with a Sony MASTER Series TV for true-to-life entertainment! Read below to learn what makes Sony MASTER Series different and how Wipliance can help you choose the right model for your Seattle, WA home.
The Sony Home Theater Installers at Wipliance Tell All
At Wipliance, we partner with many leading brands to create custom technology solutions for our clients in Bellevue, WA. For lighting control, motorized shading, security, total home integration, and more, the brands we work with help us craft solutions that are easy to use and enjoyable to own.
When installing home theater systems, we turn to Sony. No other brand comes close to the expertise that Sony brings to home entertainment. Through their award-winning line of projectors, televisions, and receivers, Sony has mastered the ability to bring the immersive cinema experience to the home.
As a proud Sony home theater installer, Wipliance would love to help you elevate your home entertainment with premium Sony solutions. Read below to learn why we trust Sony for our custom home theater projects.
The Screen Innovations Solo Outdoor Movie Screen is Great for Every Application
Screen Innovations’ Solo outdoor movie screen was originally designed as the first easily carried and installed motorized screen. It was a hit, but Screen Innovations considered customers’ feedback to design the Solo 2 and Solo Pro 2 outdoor movie screens to incorporate a slate of new features.
Beyond incorporating new features, the Solo 2 and Solo Pro 2 work excellently in indoor environments. Collaborative meeting locations such as conference rooms would be perfect locations for these portable screens. You could even incorporate one of these screens into the media room of your Phoenix, AZ condo.
Read on to learn more about the versatility of these innovative outdoor movie screens.
We Cover Standout Tech at the Biggest Electronics Show of the Year
Every year, interior designers, custom integrators, manufacturers, and other industry professionals gather in the biggest custom electronics show of the year. CEDIA 2019 descended upon Denver this month, and we’re here to tell you about two of the biggest home theater systems trends we noticed.
Home theaters are dedicated spaces within your home, built for an immersive sound and audio experience. At this year’s CEDIA Expo, large, high-quality screens and high-definition projectors ruled the show floor.
Keep reading our blog to learn more about these up and coming home theater trends you could potentially incorporate into your Scottsdale, AZ home.
While the Decision Yours, We’re Here to Make It Easier
If you’re building a home theater in your Scottsdale or Seattle-area house, one of the first questions you might have is whether you want to feature a TV or a projector-screen combination.
Technology advances have blurred the lines between the two solutions, making it more difficult than ever to decide which one is best for home theater systems. Because both solutions offer large, stunning picture at similar costs, the decision likely comes down to the environment in which your display will live and how you plan to use that room in your home.
For a helpful nudge in the right direction, read our tips below for when to consider each solution. Plus, get a sneak peek into one of our home theater makeovers where we upgraded a couple’s audio/video system from a moderate TV display to a cutting-edge projector-screen setup.