Whether you want to create a rockin’ man cave or a family fun cinema with full theater sound, Moseley Electronics can help you design and install a home theater or improve the connectivity of your home media network.
When we install home theaters, we take care to keep scheduled visits, maintain neat worksites, hide wiring and make your system scalable so you can do your project in phases or make additions later. We focus on simplifying media solutions to reduce visible writing and promote ease of use. Want to see a demo home theater in action? Visit our showroom.
The three major components to any successful home theater system include:
One Theater Master Control System instead of multiple remotes!
Our master control system automates home theater systems so you have one remote to instigate a single action such as turning on the TV. These advanced remotes can run everything in your home from TVs and cable boxes to lights and window shades – see more about our Home Control Systems.
We offer multiple sound and display systems as well as mounting solutions for even the most challenging requirements.
Learn more about home theaters:
- How Much Does a Home Theater Cost?
- The Best Home Theater Sound Systems
- How to Choose the Best Home Theater Seating
- What’s the Best Lighting for Your Home Theater?
- The Pros & Cons of Installing DIY Home Theater Equipment
Want to know what we can do for you and your budget? Contact us or call the Richmond VA home theater experts today (804) 379-1348.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO UPGRADE MY HOME THEATER EQUIPMENT?
Yes. More often than not, the existing wiring can be utilized with a new system.
WILL HEAT DAMAGE MY TV OVER THE FIREPLACE?
Heat is not good for a TV. You should make sure your fireplace has a mantel to help deflect the heat from the television. Not sure whether to mount your tv or use a stand? Check out TV mount vs stand.
CAN I MOUNT A TV ONTO BRICK?
Yes, a TV can be mounted onto brick. However, you need to take some things into consideration such as how accessible it is to get the wire for the TV. Conduit or decorative trim may need to be installed to conceal the wiring, if access behind the television cannot be obtained.
WHAT DO I DO WITH MY OLD TUBE TV?
Most old tube televisions are now obsolete. With technology on the rise, it’s becoming more difficult to find parts for these, and paying someone for the parts and labor is expensive. It makes sense to invest that money into a newer warranted television. There are local recycling centers that will take your old electronics and properly dispose of them.
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