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Our client remodeled the entire first floor of his house, which included an upgraded TV and audio system. Check out how we helped bring his vision to life!

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A 100-year old home on the Philadelphia Main Line gets a discreet modern audio upgrade. Watch the video & check out photos from our latest client project!

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There isn't a space in this Rittenhouse Square apartment where you can't listen to high fidelity music. Check it out in our latest project profile.

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When a client wants to transform his basement into a home theater, you gotta make it happen. And we did... complete with a marquee, popcorn maker and concession stand.

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Where oh where to hide a 65” TV? Check out one of our coolest now-you-see it-now-you-don't TV patio installs. Complete with a full outdoor landscape audio system nestled in the landscaping, this back yard entertainment system is as powerful as it is discrete.

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Our customer knew that he always wanted the ability to easily control his Smart Home by voice, and an epic home theater to boot - HAL9000 has nothing on this set up. Check out our project profile featuring an interview with system designer Adam Domurad.

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What started as a water damage restoration project for our client's basement, turned into a turn-key state-of-the-art 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos home theater and entertaining space. We partnered with Cinematech, the experts in luxury seating and acoustical treatments and documented it from start to finish. Check it out.

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10 years after the design and installation of a custom home theater in Bryn Mawr, PA, our clients came back to us saying they wanted to go even BIGGER. So we gave them 165-inches of awesome, with an upgraded audio system to match.

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A man, a Jeep, and his dogs. It's a real love story. Our client had two requirements during this Jeep Wrangler build: he wanted the best-possible sound without having to compromise storage space. Check out our approach to the ultimate Jeep stereo overhaul.

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Our client had two needs: they needed a home for their limited edition Blade Runner whiskey glasses and a place to hang with the likes of The Police and Sam Cooke. So naturally, we turned their Doylestown basement into a full-blown Dolby Atmos screening room and whiskey lounge and outfitted a separate area of the home into a two-channel listening room featuring the likes of McIntosh, Bowers & Wilkins, and Pro-Ject. No big deal.

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