How an Audio Video Distribution System Works

Posted September 21, 2012 by Desert Valley Audio Video


Audio video distribution systems have been around for several years, but have recently been perfected to provide the best performance since the technology was created. Modern home entertainment devices are continuously being designed to be effectively integrated to work with audio video distribution systems to broadcast entertainment media which suits the different interests of occupants in every room of a home. These distribution systems are complex in nature and are intricately designed to perform well in a simple fashion to be user-friendly to people of all ages. Today we are going to tell you how an audio-video distribution system works.

Audio video distribution may be composed of several components:

  1. A multichannel distribution box which you connect all of your media devices to.
  2. Multiple CAT5 cables.
  3. Power amplifier.
  4. Speakers.
  5. Wall control panels.
  6. Remote controls.

How Audio Video Distribution Works

A/V distribution systems work by you connecting all of your audio and video devices to the multichannel box. The distribution box and power amplifier sends the audio/video signals to video screens and speakers throughout the house through high-quality CAT5 cables which are installed in the walls to lead into each desired room. Wall control panels are often installed to choose which source you want to be transmitted in each room, and allow you to control the volume for an individual room. A programmable master remote will allow you to control each component throughout the house.

It is always important to have an audio video distribution system installed by licensed professionals to ensure that the system works to its full potential. Contact Desert Valley Audio Video to begin designing your new audio video distribution system.

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