Santa Barbara media room
This eclectic media room is installed in a combination office, car museum, art museum in Santa Barbara county. A huge 103" plasma TV seemingly "floats" off the wall due to the blue LED backlighting, which is controlled via a Crestron color touchscreen and a Crestron-connected iPad. iPad control is the norm for nearly every project we do these days.
A high-performance surround sound system features all in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, including in-wall subwoofers. All audio/video components are hidden from view in an adjacent space. Besides the audio video and lighting, we can control the motorized acoustic curtains in the back of the room, the climate system, and an office/museum-wide audio system. This casual media room space also doubles as a conference room audio system when the client holds office meetings...computers and laptops can be viewed on the huge display.
photo by Berlyn Photography
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Tip: This suggestion might be restricted to those with a heavy-duty TV or a home theatre – use bias lights that are placed behind the TV screen to help lessen the strain on your eyes.