Atlanta TV Install is a locally owned and operated family business with over 6 years experience installing audio video systems throughout the area. All of our work is meticulously done by experienced installers only, and comes with a 2 year warranty. Whether your needs be a Tv or Home Theater installation, or a complete Home Automation system for your home.
all of our television installs include hiding ALL cables behind walls, creating a new electrical outlet behind tv, and connecting ALL components. The result is a clean, perfect, cable-free installation! We are licensed Low Voltage Contractors, are fully insured, and will gladly provide proof of this upon request. No bait and switch tactics, no gimmicks, just professional, fast, exceptional service. Acoustic Tips for your Home Theater Room More than you might realize, your room plays a large part in how your home theater system sounds. Luckily there are a few things you can do to improve your room’s acoustic quality and the soun d you’ll get out of your system. Place your speakers carefully – experiment with speaker placement in your room. See if your front speaker sounds better facing directly into the room or slightly angled. Does your center channel sound better above or below the TV? Do your surround speakers sound better facing straight or angled toward the main listening position? Carpet the room – hard surface floors simply bounce audio waves around the room causing unwanted echoes. If you don’t want to take on the added expense of carpeting your room, consider adding an area rug to help absorb some of the sound waves. Update your doors and windows – In order for you sound system to sounds its very best, make sure your doors are solid and windows well-insulated. Keeping outside noise out and your system’s sound in is important for the best possible experience. At Atlanta TV Install, we take the guess work out of creating the perfect home theater room based on our expert installation experience and the equipmen t that we’ve found to consistently deliver above and beyond expectation. Secure your TV--new or old. Put your TV on a low TV stand--you can find one for as little as $30. Make sure the stand is no taller than 30 inches and designed specifically to hold a TV of that weight, particularly a heavy old tube TV. Look for an Underwriters Laboratories (UL) sticker so you'll know the stand meets current safety standards. And push the TV as far back on it as possible while keeping it stable. For more information please visit our Website http://www.atlantatvinstall.com