The TV Shield E-Series™ is a cost efficient yet robust alternative to an expensive outdoor TV and offers much higher protection than purchasing an outdoor TV cover made from fabric. This affordable, sturdy, and versatile outdoor electronics cabinet and protective enclosure provides effective rain, wind, UV, and vandal resistance, preventing TV damage and protecting any other hardware or contents it houses.
Starting at $289
Sonos Era 100: An icon, remastered. Next-gen acoustics. New look.
MSRP: $249 US
Now in stereo
Two angled tweeters send crisp high frequencies left and right for a rich stereo experience, while a larger midwoofer creates stunning bass that's unexpected from a single compact speaker.
Small but mighty
Packed full of audio and tech enhancements, Era 100's slim, modern design makes it a chic accent piece for any bookshelf, kitchen counter, desk or nightstand.
Customize a system
Level-up movie night by adding two Era 100 speakers as rears with a sound bar to create a surround sound system, or simply pair two together for room-filling stereo sound.
Sonos Era 300: Feel sound all around. Spatial audio like only Sonos can do spatial audio.
MSRP: $449 US
Take the spatial audio experience above and beyond
Featuring six optimally positioned drivers all around the front, sides, and top to support Dolby Atmos Music, the breakthrough acoustic design projects sound from wall to wall and floor to ceiling, immersing you in every dimension of the song. Listeners can access Dolby Atmos Music via Amazon Music Unlimited and soon Apple Music.
Surreal surround sound
Era 300 is Sonos' first speaker that delivers multi-channel surround sound when used as rears. Movie fans can pair two speakers with Arc or Beam (Gen 2) to create a supercharged Dolby Atmos experience that draws them deeper into the action.
An acoustic and aesthetic masterpiece
The first-of-its-kind design exquisitely balances sonic performance and visual appeal, precisely angling each driver while looking worthy of display.
Experience your vinyl records like never before in rich, vivid sound via your Sonos system. The Victrola Stream Carbon Turntable has been verified by the Works with Sonos program, ensuring that the integration meets Sonos’ highest standards. Made from premium materials, the Victrola Stream Carbon Turntable features a sleek modern design that will be a statement piece in any environment. Equipped with a carbon fiber tonearm, meticulously machined aluminum headshell, and a premium Ortofon 2M Red cartridge, the Victrola Stream Carbon delivers on both sound quality and aesthetics, so you can listen to your vinyl records like never before. The easy-to-adjust tonearm counterweight provides the perfect downforce for dynamic frequency response and increased clarity.
Nexus 21 Motorized TV Lift Solutions
As authorized dealers we can now sell, service, and install Golden Tee, Silver Strike, and Power Putt gaming systems.
What is cognitive intelligence?
The way we perceive the world is based on information coming from our eyes and ears to our brain at the same time. Conventional AI can only detect and analyze elements like color, contrast and detail individually. Cognitive Processor XR can cross-analyze every element at once, just as our brains do.
Analyzing hundreds of pieces of information, the same way our brains do.
To create this closer-to-reality feeling, Cognitive Processor XR divides the screen into hundreds of zones and recognizes individual objects in these zones better than ever before. What's more, they can cross-analyze around a few hundred thousand different elements that make up a picture in a second, the same way that our brains work.
Pictures just like the way our eyes perceive the world.
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Project Feature: Hawthorn Apartments Clubhouse (Part 4) - Your Needs Made Simple
Hawthorn apartments, a luxury apartment complex in Somers, Wisconsin got in touch with Modern Media Tech in 2020 with an exciting prospect: design the audio, video, security, and automation systems for their new state-of-the-art 8,000 square foot clubhouse. Equipped with a swimming pool, weatherproof outdoor entertainment area, resident co-working space, demonstration kitchen, and more we had one goal in mind: intuitive ease of use. This is the final entry in our 4-part project feature series
Residents need to be able to operate each of Hawthorn's unique technology features with ease, while allowing staff central control of the entire clubhouse system. To meet those needs Modern Media Tech used RTI programming to create a dynamic multimedia solution.
RTI allows you to run your system simply. Instead of a different remote for audio, video, etc. RTI allows for just one. Using either touchscreens or keypads, residents can switch between streaming television, listening to their phone audio in the room, and adjusting the volume, and more.
RTI saves time and provides Hawthorn staff a user-friendly experience as well. Through a single interface staff can control and monitor the media in each room so they can provide the best experience to their clients as well. And with programmed configurations, all media systems automatically turn off at the end of the work day and start up with specifications the customer provided. For example, the kitchen television turns on to a cooking channel and audio plays at a specified level in the communal work area.
There are endless possibilities with RTI. Best of all, it’s centrally located. All RTI and audio equipment are located in a rack tucked away from view, giving the ultimate modular experience and security for peace of mind.
For more on this exciting project, read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of the Hawthorn Clubhouse Project Feature!
Project Feature: Hawthorn Apartments Clubhouse (Part 3) - Weatherproof Tech and Better Sound
Hawthorn apartments, a luxury apartment complex in Somers, Wisconsin got in touch with Modern Media Tech in 2020 with an exciting prospect: design the audio, video, security, and automation systems for their new state-of-the-art 8,000 square foot clubhouse. Equipped with a swimming pool, weatherproof outdoor entertainment area, resident co-working space, demonstration kitchen, and more we had one goal in mind: intuitive ease of use. This is the third entry in our 4-part project feature series.
The Hawthorn Apartments Clubhouse includes an outdoor entertainment area with 3-season access for residents. To withstand the extremes of Midwest weather, Modern Media Tech designed a robust and fully weatherproof outdoor theater and audio system built to last.
The main entertainment area, a covered open-air veranda, features a surround-sound speaker system and a 65” Sunbrite television all designed to withstand the elements. From Sunbrite: "All of our products are built with bright screens and a durable, powder-coated aluminum exterior that is outdoor safe and weather-tight for permanent outdoor installation." Residents are able to control the audio and television from an 8” touchscreen controller and can even play their own videos by connecting their device via HDMI input, Chromecast, or Apple AirPlay.
High fidelity is key. In order to create a full and even soundscape we used 19 speakers across the entire area. With this many speakers we were able to maximize the space and widely distribute the sound at a pleasant listening volume.
Lastly, we considered placement, an often overlooked component of design, balancing discrete location without compromising sound and serviceability. Tucked away inside a planter in the center of the outdoor area are 2 365 degree landscape speakers. While not a simple feature to create, involving coordinating with electricians and gardeners for construction, the enhancement to sound and viewing were well worth the effort.
For more on this exciting project, read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 4 of the Hawthorn Clubhouse Project Feature!
Project Feature: Hawthorn Apartments Clubhouse (Part 2) - Multimedia For Everyone
Hawthorn apartments, a luxury apartment complex in Somers, Wisconsin got in touch with Modern Media Tech in 2020 with an exciting prospect: design the audio, video, security, and automation systems for their new state-of-the-art 8,000 square foot clubhouse. Equipped with a swimming pool, weatherproof outdoor entertainment area, resident co-working space, demonstration kitchen, and more we had one goal in mind: intuitive ease of use. This is the second entry in our 4-part project feature series
At the Hawthorn Clubhouse flexibility is key. Almost every room in the complex has its own audio system and many have televisions. Each room’s system is controllable through an 8” touch screen or keypad so any resident of varying technical ability can start operating with ease. To customize their experience, residents can use an in-wall audio jacks, HDMI inputs (in rooms with TVs), Google Chromecast, or Apple Airplay to play their own music/video.
Each room's audio can be treated as its own area or work together. Across the clubhouse there are multiple "zones", meaning users can play their music in one room, two adjacent rooms, or even across the entire building. And with sound channels mixed with our customized digital amps we aim to provide residents with the ultimate multimedia and listening experience.
For more on this exciting project, read Part 1, Part 3, and Part 4 of the Hawthorn Clubhouse Project Feature!
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