- In business over 30 years, Your Electronic Warehouse has experienced custom installers that will assist you in designing the whole house system that is right for your application.
- Our custom design team can help with your home theater design and layout an audio distribution system that will add multi-room audio and video throughout your whole house.
- Whether you are a DIY (Do-It-Yourselfer) or you have someone else to install the system, our custom installation designers can walk you through every step of installing your whole house audio and video system, from the basic wiring to the final set-up.
- From the pre-wire new construction to the wireless retro-fit, we will customize your solution to fit inside your space and budget.
Bose Lifestyle® Home Theater Systems enable you to control two music streams from up to 14 rooms of your house. One of the simplest multi-room systems to use, it's remote works through walls to play your music any any room of the house. Easily expandable, additional rooms can be added by any combination of wired or wireless connections.More Details »
Muli-Zone/Multi-Source systems give you the most control in a whole house distributed audio system. These multi-room systems enable you to listen to your iPod, CD, AM/FM Radio, Satellite radio or any other audio source with just a touch of a button.More Details »
One of the easiest and least expensive ways to add whole house audio is to use a 2 zone capable audio receiver.More Details »
Bose® Lifestyle® Home Theater Systems are best known for having excellent sound quality while blending seamlessly into any home decor. Bose products are well known for being extremely user friendly and simple to hook-up. What most people don’t know however, is how a Bose Lifestyle® System can be used as the media hub for a multi-room or whole house audio system. Read the rest of this entry »
Many people don’t realize that adding sound in other rooms can be a very simple process. Creating a whole house audio system using your existing audio system is easier than you thought. Follow these simple steps to have multi room audio running throughout your home. Read the rest of this entry »
Using an infrared (IR) extender system can allow you to operate your entire audio/video system while hiding your equipment. You can conceal the equipment in a closed cabinet, possibly in a media room or even in any other part of the house. This article will outline the necessary equipment and the simple steps it takes to install an IR extender system. Read the rest of this entry »