Need help finding A/V specialist in HOUSTON

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targa02

Need help finding A/V specialist in HOUSTON
« on: 5 Mar 2019, 07:09 pm »
Hi Everyone.
My wife and I are moving to  Houston in about a month and we will have a dedicated media room!   :D

Most of the time the room will be used for two-channel music, but it will also be used as a home theater room.  I have already contacted GIK acoustics for acoustic advice, but I would like a local professional to help me decide whether to go with a projector or not for the video part of the set up. 

Does anyone here on AC know of a good A/V person they can refer me to?

Thanks in advance!

Gary

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Re: Need help finding A/V specialist in HOUSTON
« Reply #1 on: 9 Mar 2019, 08:53 pm »
Here's the closest AC had to a Texas thing:
https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?board=77.0

There's a Texas AV thing a couple down from the top:
https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=12207.0

 That might be about the best you'll find here.

stlrman

Re: Need help finding A/V specialist in HOUSTON
« Reply #2 on: 9 Mar 2019, 11:22 pm »
Hi Gary,
I can help you out . (Wink)
Yes you want a projector !!!!  Or you can have both like I do . I have a 42 inch plasma for watching the news ,
Jeopardy, etc. then when we want to watch Netflix, or Blu-rays , we push a button and the screen comes down for very immersive  viewing . I have a 120 inch screen , viewing from about 12 -13 feet away .
I only do a 2.1 system. Your going to want a 12 inch to 15 inch subwoofer. Or two depending on the space .
Do check out the AVS forum and the Blu-Ray Forums . They are great resources for a ton information!!!!!!
Learn as much as you can from these forums. Then get a professional if u still want .
Fixed screens are better as you never get waves and creases.