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Project Profiles

Each custom home theater or home automation project that EDG embarks on presents its own unique challenges.More-often-than-not, it involves satisfying our client's wishes while working within the parameters of existing architectural limitations. Our project profiles offer a unique perspective of some of the more challenging home theater construction projects we've undertaken. We present these challenges for your consideration, detail how we went about meeting them, and finish up with some truly stunning photos of the finished installation.

 

3/1/2011 December Project Profile

Marriage is, among other things, about compromise. When these New Jersey homeowners were planning their dream home, she got the kitchen and master bath she always wanted.
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9/28/2010 September Project Profile

There’s no shortage of video options in this spacious New Jersey home. It was designed that way by Electronic Design Group pros who wanted to be sure there was never a family conflict when it came to watching one of the household’s half dozen TVs. From any of the six networked viewing stations in the house, family members can plug in an iPod, queue up videos from Apple TV, view a high-res Blu-ray movie, stream movies on demand from Netflix or Vudu or select from hundreds of DVDs stored on the ho
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8/30/2010 August Project Profile

No one ever said a home theater had to be inside the home. These New Jersey homeowners solved a dilemma that many four-season households face: how to enjoy the warm-weather months without giving up the comforts of home. Here in this upscale loggia, the family enjoys al fresco entertainment at any time of the year courtesy of a well-apportioned kitchen, fireplace and full 5.1-channel home theater system.
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6/14/2010 June Project Profile

You don’t need to build a new house to gain a home theater. The owners of this New Jersey home tapped into unused space in the basement, and now they’re enjoying the big screen/big sound experience of the cinema without having to leave the comforts of home. You do, however, need professional help to carry out a project like this the right way
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4/1/2010 EDG April Project Profile

With a limited number of warm-weather months on the calendar, Garden State residents take their backyard time seriously. This weatherproof family decided to extend their outdoor time. Thanks to an outdoor TV, a patio heater, a hot tub and a kitchen that’s the envy of every armchair top chef, this Jersey family enjoys an all-season al fresco life.
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3/1/2010 EDG March Project Profile

Some clients just don’t want to give up their trusted treasures, no matter how enticing the latest technology might be. This New Jersey homeowner clung faithfully to his audio- and videophile roots with a stash of cassette tapes and a high-end tape deck, a reference-level FM tuner and even a workhouse laserdisc player and supporting library of 12-inch videodiscs.
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2/1/2010 EDG February Project Profile

Most families have at least one techie. But how does the rest of the family cope with sophisticated electronics? Here in this chic 47th floor high-rise on Manhattan’s East Side, everybody gets an electronics solution just to their liking. Flexible remote controls programmed by Electronic Design Group let the techie owner tweak settings to his heart’s content while keeping operation idiotproof for anyone else.
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1/8/2010 EDG January Project Profile

An 18,000-square-foot home is a lot to manage. When designers at Electronic Design Group first met with the homeowners on this Northern New Jersey project, they knew that managing eight subsystems in a home of this scope would require an overhaul of the EDG control model.
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12/9/2009 November Project Profile

They call it custom electronics for a reason. Here in this high-rise suite along Manhattan’s Central Park South, the couple had precise requirements that didn’t exactly fit a cookie-cutter design for music, video and home control. But that’s nothing new to the designers at EDG, who pride themselves in tweaking tried-and-true electronics to meet the unique needs of its clients. Here, audiophile-grade music quality came first…
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10/27/2009 October Project Profile

when this Connecticut family designated the lower level of their new house a home entertainment space, they signed on to EDG’s prescription for an acoustic overhaul as well. After all, their home theater wasn’t the conventional four-walled room with carefully selected dimensions. The back of the theater opens into an entertainment area with a table, bar and mingling room–hardly the most accommodating space for home theater sound.
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