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Audio and video systems are discreetly hiddenand equipped with a wireless control in thiscustom installation from Sound Group
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View of the stairway

High fidelity systems are becoming more convenient and user-friendly each year, with advances in technology enabling the integration of audio and video systems throughout the home.

Architects and designers are increasingly specifying these systems in new homes, calling on the expertise of custom suppliers like Sound Group, says product manager Philip Beardsmore.


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View of the home theatre system's remote

"We can optimise the design of our clients' audio and video systems to complement their lifestyle and home decor," he says. "We supply the award-winning range of products from Niles Audio, which can be integrated with security, cameras, phones and other home systems."

Among its range of 500 products, Niles Audio offers high-definition in-wall and in-ceiling speakers.

View of the stairway floor, flooring, furniture, interior design, room, stairs, wood, white
View of the stairway

Sound Group is also introducing the Niles IntelliControl system, which allows one-touch automation of home theatre systems using radio frequency technology to control drapes, projectors, screens, lighting and electronics.

For details, contact Sound Group Holdings, PO Box 302106, 3 Rothwell Ave, Albany, Auckland, phone (09) 415 6680. Email: niles@soundgroup.co.nz.

May 20, 2003
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