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4 Mistakes to Avoid with Your Commercial Audio-Video System

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AV Should Boost the Atmosphere—Not Cause Irritation 

We’ve all been to a restaurant that was way too loud, forcing you to yell over your dinner. Then there’s the sports bar that, for whatever reason, cannot easily change the TV channel—or the gym with different songs competing between two rooms. 

Audio and video can greatly enhance your customer’s experience, but when installed poorly, they can cause more harm than good. You never want to irritate your customers with unpleasant audio and video. Here are four common mistakes to avoid in your audio-video system—and how you can ensure a positive experience in your Frisco, TX, commercial space. 

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Conference Room A / V Upgrades You Want for Your Business

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STRONGER BETTER NETWORK

The strength of your business’ computer network impacts all the technology in your office. This includes everything from projectors and speakers to computers and anything else in your conference room. A weak network means blurry video, stuttering audio and other problems during presentations. You want the best components and a professional installation to ensure your network meets your needs.

DISTRIBUTED A/V

Can’t fit your team into one conference room? Do people in multiple locations or offices need to see your presentation? Want simpler controls while increasing your system’s capabilities? A distributed A/V system takes care of all these problems and more by creating one centralized channel for any audio or video feed to flow through. Instead of struggling with a tangle of wires and ad hoc connections, you can stream your presentation through one interface with the certainty that anyone can clearly see and hear it. Plus, you only have to deal with one device instead of juggling remotes to accomplish a simple task.

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