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The Latest Hidden Audio Video Solutions for Luxury Homes


Enjoy High-Resolution Images and High-Fidelity Sound Without Marring Your Home’s Design

Marie Kondo, creator of the KonMari organizing method and former host of the Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, spoke with Ellie Magazine about her changing clients. While her past clients were more interest in organizing, today's clients want a space centered around wellness and mindfulness.

You may wonder, what does that have to do with hidden audio video solutions in your Martha’s Vineyard home? Reducing clutter is the cornerstone of Kondo’s work, and there’s nothing that can clutter up a home faster than AV equipment. 

Your home’s peaceful sense of serenity can quickly become marred with large flat-screen TVs, loudspeakers, subwoofers, Blu-ray players, projectors, screens, receivers, amplifiers, cable boxes, streaming devices, and much more.

The good news is that you can enjoy the latest AV technology and still maintain a home that welcomes you with peace and tranquility. Let’s explore the many ways we hide technology in our installations. 

SEE ALSO: Architectural Speakers Blend in Seamlessly with Your Home Decor

Hidden TVs, Projectors, and Screens

At Vineyard Sound Integration, we partner with industry leaders in home automation and custom audio-video solutions. Many of these companies, heeding consumers' demand for enhanced technology with minimal visual impact, have developed lines that disappear from view when not in use.

  • Leon’s Media Décor: This brand offers several hidden AV solutions for luxury homes. Moving Art Screens conceal TV displays up to 120” behind artwork held in designer frames and hand selected for your space. Museum-quality giclée prints use archival inks for stunning reproductions from extensive art galleries. Eclipse Art Lifts can also hide TVs behind your own artwork. 
  • Future Automation: This company conceals TV displays, projectors, and screens in some of the world’s most luxurious homes. Their custom installations use motorized lift mechanisms, moving panels, and hinges to hide TVs in walls, ceilings, floors, and furniture. 
  • Séura: This company manufactures beautiful mirrors that transform into TVs and vanity TV mirrors that are perfect for bathrooms. 

Hidden Speakers

Some homeowners appreciate the beauty and prestige of high-performance tower loudspeakers that deliver the highest sound quality. Others enjoy hearing the pure reproduction of sound without seeing its source. 

James Loudspeaker, the world leader in architectural speakers, developed the first hi-fi quality landscape system, the first subterranean subwoofer, and a Small Aperture series that brings the full scale of sound and deep bass from a small three-inch opening. They also offer numerous in-wall and in-ceiling speakers that virtually disappear. 

Hidden AV Equipment

A distributed audio-video system houses all needed AV equipment on a rack that's tucked away in a closet or utility room. From there, your AV is distributed to your TVs and speakers, reducing clutter throughout your home.     

At Vineyard Sound Integration, our team is made up of world-class experts in their field committed to providing you with the latest technology solutions that are fun, easy to use, and enhance your home’s aesthetics. To learn more about hidden audio video solutions or to schedule a complimentary consultation, contact Vineyard Sound Integration today. 


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