Credit: Matthew Cwiokowski

New Speaker Room
From Outside
Head On
Head On, Lights On
Another Angle
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This 220-square-foot home theater marks the beginning of a much larger project. According to custom electronics (CE) professional Luke Pawlus from Avidia, the family plans to eventually use the Crestron system that runs the theater to automate other aspects of their house. The Crestron MC3 processor that occupies a shelf in an equipment rack with the theater’s A/V components, as well and the theater’s Crestron MLX-3 remote can be reprogrammed by Avidia to allow the family to operate thermostats, additional lighting and a security system, for starters

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