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Commercial Audio/Visual System Installation

commercial audio visual systemsWhether you need a simple TV installation for new boardroom; or advanced audio systems to conference with international branch managers from six different countries, the team here at Karbon Home Theater can help you save money, get the job done on spec, and leverage the smartest breakthroughs in A/V Technology. Read more »

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Finding exciting audio systems in San Francisco (or elsewhere) is not hard. In fact, the diversity of good technology out there is almost part of the problem. Here’s why: the massive number of choices and ways to arrange your audio system can lead paralysis by analysis. For instance: Read more »

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Whether you’re shopping for San Francisco audio systems or hoping to install a new security system at your condo, you’ve no doubt come across the buzzword “Home Automation.” What does it mean to put key home maintenance functions on autopilot? How can you safely and cost-effectively “dip your toe” in this new technology before you commit to a total overhaul of your systems? Read more »

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If you want to waste a lot of money on San Francisco home theater repair, needlessly, mount your television over the fireplace. This act alone will likely reduce the life of the TV; void its warranty (if fire damage to the internal systems becomes noticeable); and even lead to reduced image quality and subsequent neck strain. Read more »

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Bay Area Home Theater Installation

As a San Francisco home theater buff, you’re desperately searching the internet for actionable advice about how to set up your entertainment system safely, cheaply and simply. As you flesh out your vision for your ideal entertainment system, you will come across a number of “should I or shouldn’t I?” type questions that might have bearing on the viewing experience. Many Bay Area home theater buffs shy away from wall mounting their TVs because they fear earthquakes or worry that curious toddlers might topple the appliance to the ground. These are smart concerns, but here are a few reasons why mounting is a good way to go: Read more »