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Home Automation

Let’s say you sit down after a long day and want to enjoy the next episode of your favorite recorded TV series. You have a standard home theater system complete with an HDTV, Surround Sound, Satellite DVR, and BluRay Player. What are the steps you have to take?

If the list of steps is too long to count, you may be suffering from TMRS (Too Many Remotes Syndrome). Millions of Americans suffer from this disease each day. Symptoms included frustration, lack of sleep and an irrational fear of technology, but there is a cure. INFINITY HD has it. It’s called the control system remote.

Using Control Systems

Control Systems are the most important part of any home entertainment system. Control Systems are devices that seamlessly bring together all the different components and pieces of technology such as HDTV’s, receivers, cable or satellite boxes, and media players into one easy to use interface.

Control Systems provide ease of use. Instead of juggling 5 remotes, and instead of pressing 6 buttons in a specific order to just Watch TV, what if you had one remote with one button that said “Watch TV”. Nothing to remember, no remotes to juggle and you can start watching your favorite TV show instantly. It really is that simple.

Concealment of Control Systems

Another benefit of control systems are that they allow all devices to be concealed. No more groups of remotes cluttering up your coffee table or ottoman. No more large pieces of furniture for all your devices or large cabinets that take up valuable floor space under or beside your HDTV. Control Systems do not have to be pointed directly at the equipment in order to work. You can now decorate the furniture in the room for look rather than function.

TV Mounting

Wall-mounted flat screen televisions add a modern, clean, and elegant look to any home entertainment system. Mounting a TV on the wall removes the need for bulky cabinets as home entertainment furniture. With a clean wall-mounted TV, now you have options. You can choose a smaller more discrete piece of elegant furniture from the perspective of design for the room rather than function for the television. In this option we recommend having the wires concealed in the wall that come out to hidden outlets now behind that elegant piece of furniture where your streaming, cable, and satellite devices now have a clean new place without bulky wires showing.

Another modern option growing very fast in popularity is to have all wires in the wall concealed without any furniture below the television, but having all components wirelessly mounted in a rack that is hidden in a nearby closet. What? That’s right, just a clean mounted flat screen on the wall with one universal remote hanging out wherever you want it in the house. No furniture, and no visual components in the way gives an even more modern and futuristic style to the room.

Deciding which TV wall-mounting option best suits the design of your entertainment space is really the most difficult part. Then there is deciding what kind of mount fits your viewing needs. There are fixed, tilt, and full motion articulating mounts that allow you to move the position of the TV which solves any floor design problems, or party planning options where you may want to reposition background family slides set to music for example. You can even mount a large flat screen TV in the corner, and then move it against the wall as you need. You then have the perfect entertainment system set at the perfect eye-catching level with open floor space ready and available.



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Frequently Asked Questions

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If I have a control system, will I still have to use my cable or satellite remote?

A: No, your control system combines all remotes into one easy to use interface.

I’m not that good with technology. I’m afraid I won’t know how to use a complex control system.

A: Control Systems actually simplify your home entertainment system. For our clients, they take away the fear and frustration with using their equipment. For instance instead of juggling 3-5 different remotes to watch Cable you can simply press “Watch TV”.

I have an HDTV but I don’t have the original remote. Can I still use it in my home entertainment system?

A: Yes, we have a database of virtually every remote that ever existed. We can program your control system without needing the original remote.

I want to use my smart phone as a remote control, can that be done?

A: Yes, your smart phone or tablet can be a remote control. This is one of the greatest features about the systems we install. It allows you, your guests, or family members who have mobile devices to have their own personal remote for your home entertainment system as well. We do recommend having at least one handheld remote because having the physical buttons allow easier navigation while you are looking at on-screen menus.

If I hide my home theater components in a closet how will I be able to control them?

A: Control Systems work on RF (Radio Frequency) Technology that can communicate through walls. Your home theater components can be hidden anywhere in your house. It’s that simple.

I’m always having to change out batteries in my remotes, are their chargeable ones?

A: Yes, we carry many handheld models that can be set in a charging cradle when not in use.

I have multiple rooms with TV’s and entertainment systems. Do I need a remote for each room?

A: Control systems are very versatile. We can design them in many different configurations. You can have a remote for each room, a main remote for the whole house or a combination of the two.

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Infinity HD, a professional home theater setup company in Phoenix .

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