Most homes have multiple audio/video sources throughout the house. A DVR in the living room, an HD Box in the den, a DVD player in the family room, or a computer loaded with video in the office, etc. Whole house audio/video distribution can be an easy way in getting quality cable television connected to all the televisions in the house. It involves proper wiring of the entire audio/video distribution system of the house.
The process involves three steps: collecting all the signals/reception in one area, amplifying these signals and finally, distributing these signals to their desired destinations. There are many options in this electronic area some of those include; analog audio, composite video and HD Video (with optional HD-6) distribution analog audio and composite video distribution, HD Video Switcher and many more. All of these whole house distributions offer different sources and outputs – giving you the ability to amplify, control, and program your video lifestyle.