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Since 1968,

offering the many gifts of music… and of sound with sight… enjoyed by all, all of the time

through innovative, knowledgeable, high value, high-fidelity A/V system designs.


We have set up three show rooms to demonstrate our designs and our design capabilities.  Now, they are not cookie cutter systems that are intended to be a one for all design — they are what worked in those particular rooms for our particular needs — your audio/video set-up will be different because your wants, needs, and room are different, hence our custom high-fidelity design service.


The Four Design Examples


The Home Theater or The Music (with Video) Room 

 

This room is a typical “bonus room” found in many homes.

The design goals were to have a “reference” audio system (hence, “The Music Room”) and an appropriate television for a “Reference” Home Theater experience.

This room presented major, but typical problems that were solved.

> More details... Unlike the other three examples, there was no attempt to hide the components, but they were tastefully displayed primarily because they were often adjusted for best music playback.  The small room made it very difficult to reproduce the extreme low frequencies accurately, but that goal was accomplished!

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The Family Entertainment Room

This is a typical family room, den.

The design goals were to have an unobtrusive, high-fidelity audio system that offers music during the day and during the night, offers a higher quality audio/video experience for the entire family to enjoy.

This room presented some major, but typical problems that were solved.

 > More details... The remote controlled electronics are hidden. The speaker systems are in a unique, superior sounding configuration that we call the SeriesX and can be categorized as a 8.4 system — notice the even numbers, like in stereo systems — are mounted in-wall and the television is mounted on-wall.

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The Master Bedroom Suite

 

This room is a typical master bedroom with adjoining master bathroom.

The design goals were:

  1. In the bedroom, to have an unobtrusive, high-fidelity audio/video system that plays music during the day and evening while offering video for whenever.

  2. In the bathroom, to have an unobtrusive, high-fidelity audio system that plays music with a separate, remote controlled volume control.

These rooms presented many major, but typical problems that were solved.

 > More details... The remote controlled electronics are hidden. In the bedroom, the speaker systems are mounted in-wall and the television is mounted on-wall.  In the bathroom, the speaker systems are mounted on-wall.  

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The Dining Room

 

This room is a typical dining room with an adjoining living room.

The design goals were:

  1. To have an unobtrusive, high-fidelity audio/video system that plays soothing, background music during the dinner party when guests are either eating in the dining room or visiting the adjacent living room.

  2. Keep the system and installtion very affordable since the client uses this room only twice a year: Thanksgiving and Christmas.

These rooms presented many major, but typical problems that were solved.

 > More details... The remote controlled electronics are hidden. In the bedroom, the speaker systems are mounted in-wall and the television is mounted on-wall.  In the bathroom, the speaker systems are mounted on-wall.  

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To contact us:

Craig Rutten, Senior System Designer 

craigrutten@AcousticTransducersLaboratories.com

3917 Kristencreek Ln

Round Rock, TX 78681-1001

Phone: 512-547-2410

General e-mail: info@AcousticTransducersLaboratories.com

Consultation by appointment.  Closed: Sunday & Monday


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Last updated: December 23, 2013 .