TAGS: FIFA World Cup | Grand Rapids | Holland MI | Home Theater | Kalamazoo | LCD | LED | Media Room | OLED | Outdoor AV | Watching Sports | Weatherproof TV | West Michigan
Throughout the year, sports fans huddle in living rooms around their televisions, cheering on their favorite team. This summer is no exception. With the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the US Open and the College World Series all taking place, a prime audio-video setup is key for the most immersive, bright and connected viewing experience.
TAGS: AV furniture Kalamazoo | cable management | entertainment center | equipment rack | head end | media center | media room | media storage | rack design | wire management media storage
Technologies for today’s homes and offices are sleek, contemporary and elegant. Some elements, such as touch panels, custom-framed LED displays and speakers that look as incredible as they sound, are meant to be seen. But then there’s the behind-the-scenes components; the receivers, amplifiers, switchers…all the things with the blinking lights and shiny knobs that you may choose to either showcase or hide away. Either way, they all live somewhere and that somewhere has specific requirements.
Why go out to the sports bar, when you could build one in your own home?
TAGS: College Football | fantasy football | game day | home entertainment | Home Theater | media room | sports bar | sports fanatic
If a crowded sports bar, or the image of your friends and family all fighting to see the same screen come to mind when you think of college football season in Michigan, it’s time for you to consider bringing the stadium to your home. With the right system, the best seat for the Michigan game is in your own home.
TAGS: Gaming | home entertainment | Home Theater | Hybrid space | Media Room | multiple screen | Multiscreen | picture-in-picture | videowall
At AD+E, we are often asked, “What is it, exactly, that you do”? In some professions, that’s a simple, straightforward answer. For us, it’s not so easy. Remember the iconic mid-century “What’s My Line”? How many clues would it take to uncover the role of an integrator? It might be easier to say what we’re not.