Monthly Archives: March 2012

Yes, there is a difference!

You are building a new home. You enjoy music. Your phone has all your favourite music on it. Why not enjoy your music everywhere in your home! SpeakerCraft www.speakercraft.com is the worlds leading manufacturer of quality home and commercial speaker … Continue reading

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New slim TVs and a case for better sound

Televisions are getting slimmer every year. Manufacturers are faced with a real problem. How do we get good sound from this TV? The answer… we can’t! There is no place for the speaker to have any type of cabinet to … Continue reading

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Attention all audio/video system owners

If your system is more than 5 years old there is a very good chance that your electronics are connected using component video cables. While these cables are capable of delivering 1080i video resolution they deliver this signal in analog … Continue reading

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What do you think of your home theatre?

Over the years I have designed and installed hundreds of home theatres in and around the Fredericton area. What would you change about your theatre? Bigger screen, new projector, 3D, better remote? Let us know what you think.

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DENON electronics officially added to our super line up!

We are pleased to announce that DENON electronics has been added to our product mix! www.denon.ca Looking for a network audio solution? Check out the really cool N7. A killer network audio system with a built in CD player and … Continue reading

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Welcome Definitive Technology to our family of exemplary manufacturers!

Greg Beardall is pleased to announce that Definitive Technology speaker systems have been added to our line up for 2012! Definitive Technology speakers are a perfect fit for our clientèle, whether they are looking for true audiophile stand alone loudspeakers or … Continue reading

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