Professional Home Audio Electricians in Liverpool
ConneX Electrical Install Home Stereo Equipment Across Merseyside
We are Audio Visual Specialists
A correctly installed home audio system can bring your passion for music to life. It allows you to listen to your audio in the highest quality of surround sound and with the correct installation, can bring the concert stadium to the comforts of your living room. Our team have years of industry experience in the installation and set up of home sound systems.
- Our Strategy
The first meeting
Understanding the Needs
First meeting would be to plan, prepare and understand the customers needs.
Design & Planning
Designing Plan with Collaboration of Customer
Second step would be design & planning, cooperating and creating a plan of action
Executing the Decided Design
Third step would be execute, and follow through keeping the highest of standards
Forth step would be hand over and giving the service of customer care.
All our work comes with a minimum 12 month guarantee.
We provide home rewiring services throughout Liverpool & surrounding areas. All our electricians at ConneX Electrical are NICEIC Approved, including Part P Registered.
Audio-Visual, home entertainment, smart home and home automation technologies have evolved significantly in recent years. They require professional planning and specialist installations in order to fully utilise their technical capabilities and maximise enjoyment. ConneX Electrical electricians are experts in the installation of entertainment and technology solutions for your home or office.
We pride in ourselves in quality of service and ensuring that every home audio system we install is completed to the highest standards of style and functionality. We focus on the individual style of each of our clients and reflect this in our installations – whether you want your technology to make a bold statement or to disappear completely we will find the right solution for you.
How does our home sound system installation work?
The first step in installing your home audio system will be a site survey, where our skilled electricians will take a look at your home and speak to you so we can better understand what your requirements are.
We will also examine the speakers and other equipment you would like to install and the rooms you would like your audio to reach, giving our advice where needed.
For example, would you prefer a hard-wired or a wireless system? There are pros and cons to each option. With the advance of modern wireless speaker technology, what used to be a big difference in sound quality between wireless and wired speakers has narrowed considerably. Nowadays, you can find wireless speakers with a fantastic sound capability.
One major bonus of a wired setup is that you are given far more precise control over your music through your amplifier, which is not possible with wifi connected speakers. However, if you find loose wires to be a hassle, then it might be better to consider wireless.
Wireless systems are becoming increasingly popular as you need far fewer components and only a decent WiFi signal or access to Bluetooth to stream music throughout your home. Many brands such as Bose and Sonos offer a zoning setup whereby you can play songs in multiple rooms, from your upstairs bathroom to your dining room.
Home sound system installations are very easy to control for people with all abilities. You can connect using your smart devices such as your Android phone or tablet, Apple iPhone or iPad, as well as your computer or laptop. Some brands manufacture speakers that are connected via apps and can be voice-controlled through Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant.
No matter what you choose, our team will consider the placement, mounting and design so that you have an optimal experience throughout your house, whether you are listening to your favourite audiobook, podcast or weekly playlist.
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