What is SONOS?

Posted by Christine on 7/25/2014
SONOS provides home listening or a home theater experience like no other. As its name implies, the sonic landscape of surround-sound is tantamount to this top-end manufacturer. Specifically, SONOS is a high fidelity wireless speaker system that can provide you with soundscapes in every room of your home, with all of your music synched in one app, to play everywhere.

Wireless Speakers Defined

Posted by Pin Point Mounts on 7/21/2014
The way you configure your home theater speaker sound system will have more to do with your ability to enjoy it than you might think. 

Placement Matters

Posted by Nick on 7/17/2014
When you have your speaker system unboxed you stare at it with a bit of awe. It is an impressive system and once it is installed you can then go through the joy of tuning the speaker outputs to find the optimum level; and by optimum I don't mean blasting. Any speaker can be loud, just crank the volume, but a great system doesn't need to crank loud in order to be heard. If a high quality system needs to be cranked to even be heard it is more than likely you have placed the speakers in a spot that will not give you the best sound quality.

How to Safely Hang Any Mount

Posted by Pin Point Mounts on 7/16/2014
The right mounts can help you hang your speakers, projectors, television or other audio video equipment so that you create the experience you want in your home.

Get Creative in Speaker Installation and Placement By Using Speaker Stands and Mounts

Posted by Owen on 7/15/2014
While surround speakers can be placed on top of desks, on the floor and on your table, keep in mind that there exist other creative and efficient ways on how you can position these speakers for maximum entertainment. Instead of simply placing these items on tables and the floors, you can actually install these speakers in appropriate places like walls and ceilings where these can stream optimal sound quality without having to dominate and take away your floor space. And when it comes to creative ways on how you can install and position your speakers, you can’t go wrong with speaker stands and speaker mount.

Waiting For The Drop

Posted by PinPoint Mounts on 7/13/2014
When you install a new set of speakers you want nothing more than to stand back and admire your work.

What To Look For In A Home

Posted by Pin Point Mounts on 7/9/2014
When you are looking for a home you have a variety choices to keep in mind. You have to look around a house and see how your life is going to fit inside of it.

Don't Leave Them Hanging

Posted by Nick on 7/3/2014
A lot people who want a home theater just cannot afford the proper speakers or even the mounts to hold said speakers. In order to mimic, or try to make the best of a low budget situation, many people will take an old speaker set and just hook them up to a stereo amp; and to add insult to injury they wind up getting chains and hanging them from the drywall. The reasons why this is a bad idea are pretty obvious, but for health and safety reasons, let me explain.

3 Pointers to Consider Before Installing In-Wall and Ceiling Speakers

Posted by Owen on 6/30/2014
If you think that sound system planning and installation is a simple ‘shop, install and enjoy’ activity, well think again. Enjoying your latest sound system investment requires a lot of preparation, time and planning on your part. You don’t just shop for high-end and best-in class speaker systems. When you want great results that are soothing to the ears, then you’ll need to pay attention to these pointers.

Outdoor Speakers Placement Tips for Your Home

Posted by Owen on 6/30/2014
The outdoors provides families and groups of friends with a different way of enjoying music and entertainment. Inside one’s home, there are a number of factors that can hamper the flow of music, reinforce the low frequency responses or even reflect the sounds. But in the great outdoors, it’s always a different thing. You are faced with a wide-open area, complete with all the noisy disruptions and the challenges of the changing weather conditions. Given these challenges, it is critical to pay attention not just to the quality of outdoor speakers, but also its placement to ensure quality music streaming that works for the great outdoors.

Does Your Home Theater Sound System Need Speaker Mounts or Speaker Stands?

Posted by Eric on 6/22/2014
Okay, you’ve purchased your home theater sound system. You’ve got your receiver, surround sound receiver, subwoofer, loudspeakers, gold cables, satellite receiver, Blu-ray player, and surge protector.

Music in your Nursery

Posted by Tatiana on 6/21/2014
One of the many exciting things a couple can experience is learning that they are expecting a baby. When you get the news, a million things go through your mind. One of the biggest things you will need to plan for and prepare is your baby’s nursery.

Does Your Home Theater Sound System Need Speaker Mounts or Speaker Stands?

Posted by Eric on 6/18/2014
Okay, you’ve purchased your home theater sound system. You’ve got your receiver, surround sound receiver, subwoofer, loudspeakers, gold cables, satellite receiver, Blu-ray player, and surge protector. However, if you want to maximize the power of your home theater sound system, you do not yet have enough. You need speaker mounts and/or speaker stands as well.

Positioning Your Speakers for Optimum Sound Quality

Posted by Eric on 6/2/2014
You might have invested a big chunk of change for your speaker system, but unless you are able to configure the mix properly, you could wind up with a huge wash of poor quality sound.

Surefire Ways to Ruin Your Speakers

Posted by David on 5/30/2014
Given the proper treatment, your speakers will work splendidly and for decades, although there can be some wear and tear issues, seeing as how they are comprised of moving parts. People with damaged speakers might wonder how this could happen. What follows are some of the more common problems that lead to avoidable speaker tragedy:

Make Sure You Want Architecturally Built-in Speakers, Beforehand

Posted by David on 5/30/2014
Most introductions to ceiling speakers is predominantly in office buildings, airports, doctors’ offices and restaurants. They can be easily recognized by the dense grilles that dispense melodic sound waves directly from above and into your head.

Ready for HD Entertainment?

Posted by David on 5/30/2014
We are always on the lookout for the best equipment for any good entertainment system. After all, when you are looking to buy mounts for your speakers, you want to get the angle and positioning right for your equipment - and it's always good to get the best equipment you can afford so the best-possible sound can scream through those speakers and make our mounts worth every penny you spent to set up your home theater in just the right way.

Why Sonos?

Posted by David on 5/26/2014
Sonos is a system of Hi Fi wireless speakers and audio components. It unites your digital music collection in one app that you control from any device. Play what you want in every room over a dedicated wireless network. Never before has the home music experience been so accessible, so thorough, so rewardingly complete.

Creating soundscapes without breaking the bank: The best bang for your audio buck

Posted by Christine on 5/15/2014
The pictures are beautiful—all those smooth white walls (and ceilings) with sleek flat white mesh concealing the custom-installed in wall speakers for the latest in home theater technology. The trouble is, unless you’re installing a state-of-the-art surround sound system while your new home is being built (and usually even then), you will spend more than a good set of speakers cost just to install them.

Test Your Sound System With These Movies

Posted by David on 5/13/2014
If you are in the process of buying a home theater system, and if you follow our advice that we gave in an earlier post, you will be about to "test drive" your speakers (which, of course, we hope you have placed on our mounts). As we advise you to use your speakers for a couple of days to try them out in your home or entertainment space to see how they sound compared to how they sounded in the store (which is always god, by the way - that's why you bought the speakers after all, right?).

Other Sources, “Height” Channels and Other Formats

Posted by Eric on 5/9/2014
If you use a stereo analog connection to your receiver, or are connecting older equipment like a VCR, your receiver may employ one of two types of processing to decode the signal.

Common Mistakes in Home Theater Purchases

Posted by David on 5/8/2014
We are all human and imperfect, right? Of course we all make mistakes, but some mistakes could be very costly to us in time, energy and money. And when it comes time to make decision that will affect time, energy or money sent and any of those investments will be large (by your own standard), you should want and expect to be cautious and thorough in the purchases you make.

Need to replace your speaker stands or mounts? Look no further.

Posted by Timothy on 5/5/2014
Speaker stands that are damaged or that no longer meet the user’s specific needs should be replaced. There are several ways to test the working condition and suitability of speaker stands when trying to make a purchasing decision or deciding to replace or upgrade.

Speaker Stands and Mounts Improve Sound Quality

Posted by Timothy on 5/5/2014

Far too many people, even professional mixers, fail to realize that the loudspeaker and its mounting conditions cannot be separated.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (Newell & Holland, 2007)

Finding a Good Media Stand

Posted by David on 5/5/2014
It's all about the sound, right? When you have a home theater system, sure, the visuals on your TV set are important, but home theater has to do with the sound. Whether you are watching a movie or playing music, the audio is what makes a home-theater system, make no mistake about it.
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