Skip to content

The Biggest Brands In Audio

Main Navigation

Distributed Video - Residential

Distributed Video - Residential

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Distributed Video?

Video is becoming more and more centralized. With the invention of distributed video, one source can be shared with multiple TVs that are all connected to a switch. For example, if you have a Blu-ray connected to your TV in the basement, but want to watch a movie in the Living Room, a distributed video system would allow you to do that without needing to go unhook your Blu-ray player and bring it upstairs.  

Controlling Your Distributed Video System

There are several ways to control your distributed video system, and we work with you to determine the best way for your specific use. For residential clients, many people find it easiest to control through the smartphone app, or single unified remote control. We can also install wall switches to make changing video sources a breeze. No more fumbling with multiple remotes and trying to match the right inputs and outputs! 

Another benefit of distributed video is it allows for all the equipment to be stored in a closet, or somewhere out of sight. This will keep your home decor clean and free from the extra clutter of electronics.  

Does My TV Service Provider Matter?


The distributed video system will take control of the video source once it has entered your home, so ultimately your choice of TV service provider is up to you. We are familiar with all the ins and outs of their different cable boxes and routers and will be able to work with any service provider.

How Much Should I Budget?


After decades of distributed video installations in homes, restaurants, stores, and offices, our installers have seen it all. We can help you determine what type of distributed video system will work for you, and we can provide you with a budget range to help assist your planning. Click the button below to get started. 

Begin Estimate