Distributed Video Systems

Distributed Video allows centrally located sources, along with remote sources, to be distributed to a number of displays around your property.

Distributed video allows a single video source, like a satellite receiver or Blu-ray player, to be shared between multiple TVs that are connected to a video switch. This can provide amazing advantages. The biggest of which is minimizing the amount of sources you would need for every TV in your house. For example, if you have six TVs in your home and would like to watch satellite on all six of them, you will need to have six different satellite receivers, each one requiring a separate monthly fee. And how many times would you actually need to watch all six receivers at the exact same time anyway?

Distributed video let’s you use just two or three satellite receivers for all of the TVs in your house, saving you on that monthly equipment cost.

Another great advantage distributed video provides is the ability to hide all of the equipment for your TVs. No one wants to spend thousands of pounds on a gorgeous LED TV to hang up on the wall but have a tangle of wires running down the wall and into the cabinet below where all the equipment lives. Distributed video let’s you hide all of that equipment on the other side of the house or in the basement.

Distributed video is no longer just a feature for electronics stores and sports bars. With all of the benefits it can bring to the home, it’s definitely something that should be considered.

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