Home Theater Installations

 

The world of electronics is always changing.  New technologies seem to be released everyday.  It can be confusing, time consuming and very difficult trying to stay informed and up to date with all of the different existing terminologies such as high def vs. standard def, 1080p vs. 1080i vs. 720p, Plasma vs. DLP vs. LCD vs. LED or even stereo vs. 5.1 vs. 7.1 surround sound. 

When you purchase a new television, it will need to be properly installed or mounted and connected to devices such as a Cable or Satellite receiver, DVD player, stereo system and gaming console.  After everything has been mounted and connected, the next step is to ensure everything is working properly.

You may also have questions regarding flat panel mounting options, or wether or not it is possible to have a whole house audio system installed.  Sterling Home Theater is here to help you.  Audio video equipment is not cheap, we will help ensure you get the best performing system possible for your budget and needs.

Sterling Home Theater will work with you to understand what you want to achieve and develop a plan to make it work within your home.  We will provide you with a better understanding of your entertainment options as well as review any potential roadblocks that may exist during installation.

Whenever you buy all the components for a home theater, including TV, stereo system and speakers, you’ll want to have it installed by a professional that knows how to properly mount, connect and set everything up. Having your system set up by Sterling Home Theater will save you the effort of reading setup manuals so you can start enjoying your new system sooner.

Our installation professionals will:

Secure the mounting bracket to the wall or entertainment unit if applicable

Mount and secure your flat-panel TV or position standard TV on surface of choice

Connect the TV power cord to an existing AC power outlet (power cords cannot be concealed in-wall).

Attach cables from the TV to all components (cable or satellite box, DVD Player, Stereo, etc…)

Ensure all in wall cable exit points are finished off with a specialized wall plate

Ensure that all wires and cables are neatly dressed and wire ties are used when necessary

Set up remote control allowing unit to control the other components

Set up parental controls if applicable

Connect digital TV converter box if applicable

Set up your audio receiver to operate up to a 7.2 surround system

Verify that all speakers are properly positioned and working

Conceal wires safely and in accordance to code

Speaker Setup

 

Hear your movies and TV shows the way they were intended by having Sterling Home Theater install your surround sound system.  We will correctly connect your speakers so you can get the most out of your sound system.

Our installation professionals will:

Set up your speaker system receiver and/or subwoofer to operate up to a 7.2 surround system

Verify that all speakers are properly positioned and working

Ensure that all wires and cables are neatly dressed and wire ties are used when necessary

 

Front Projector Installation

 

If you prefer the largest image possible, then a front mounted projector is for you. 

Our installation professionals will:

Mount projector to ceiling or wall depending upon room layout

Attach and conceal cables from the projector to a tuner, A/V source components or cable connection by routing cable through a standard frame wall

 

Projector Screen Installation

 

Get the best image possible from your new projector by having Sterling Home Theater install and setup a projector screen.

Our installation professionals will:

Secure mounting bracket(s) to wall or ceiling

Mount the projector screen to wall to ensure peak viewing conditions

Align projector within the screen viewing area to ensure full visibility with zero picture loss.

 

Contact us today for more information or to receive a FREE estimate.

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