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Enjoy Fun in the Sun with Outdoor Home Audio Video


Soak up the Rays by the Pool with AV Distribution 

Summer is the perfect time to get a tan and enjoy a little fresh Orchard Park air in your backyard or by the pool.

Or at least it used to be – thanks to TV off season. You weren’t missing anything when you spent a night out barbecuing.

But today – the era of peak TV and awesome movies and music you can stream directly to your home – you may not find the time to get out and enjoy your outdoor spaces the way you used to.

That is, unless you bring that epic home audio video with you! In this blog, we’ll show you how you can stream your favorite movies and TV to your outdoor spaces in full 4K UHD! Keep reading to learn more.



The Challenge of Streaming

Taking your AV outside seems like a great idea – but it’s not as simple as just moving your TV to the backyard.

Outdoor components ensure you’re getting high-quality presentation without worrying about damage to the devices themselves.

But installing an outdoor TV or speaker system is only part of the picture. You also need to ensure the signal they’re receiving is of the highest quality 4K.

A simple, though impractical, solution might be to set up an outdoor rack with all kinds necessary components – essentially a second outdoor AV system.

However, you’ll enjoy using your system more when it connects with the same servers and libraries you access inside. That way, you can enjoy one-touch controls over all your AV.

Of course, copper-based wiring like HDMI has a limited range. And longer cabling solutions may constrict the bandwidth necessary for full 4K presentation.

Instead, you may consider fiber-optic cabling. Fiber-optics offer enough bandwidth to stream full 4K content and lossless audio simultaneously to just about any corner of your property.

It’s the perfect way to manage all your audio video content.

What About Wireless?

Some homeowners love the idea of a wireless system. After all, fewer wires mean less mess, less installation work, and easier repairs, right?

While that can occasionally be the case, more frequently than not, a wireless system won’t offer the same stability you enjoy with a hardwired network.

Instead, wireless should be used as a supplement, not as a replacement for your hardwired solutions.


Want to learn more about how you can stream full 4K UHD to your backyard and pool area this summer?

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