John Sciacca is one of the principals of Custom Theater and Audio in Myrtle Beach, SC.
If we could Franken-create the perfect customer that we would like to do business with, what attributes would they have? I think these 10 traits basically nail the ideal client.
On most install jobs, it’s generally not the big things like massive component failures, corrupt programming, or just being unable to get a system to work that cause us problems. It’s usually the dumb, small things that likely could have been prevented with a bit of forethought that leave you scratching your head and often spending hours trying to run down.
I’ve taken my family to the Florida theme parks three times in the past five years, and there has been something to learn from each visit. During my recent trip, four key Disney philosophies really stood out to me.
Upon introduction, 3D was hailed as the big step-up feature that people would demand. People would queue up at tradeshows waiting for their turn to don a pair of 3D glasses to see if a particular company’s implementation was a truly immersive 3D experience. But, alas, it was not to be, and the nails in 3D's coffin can be narrowed down to four things...
With a Rotten Tomatoes score of only 31 percent, I didn’t go into Passengers with high expectations. I mean, I wanted to enjoy the movie, but it seemed to be cursed by the general, “Meh” from many who viewed it. Well, after three viewings I have to say that not only does the Ultra HD Blu-ray look and sound terrific, I really enjoyed the movie.
I just finished reading Henry Clifford’s blog, “Do Your Clients Get Your Mobile Number?” He used the initials CRM throughout, and I’ll admit to Googling what it stands for. When I think about companies that would use something like this, I picture big corporations, not companies like mine. But w...
You can click to buy, you can visit a big box retailer, or you can visit a specialist. Obviously, as specialists, we would prefer that people go that route. Recently I had the opportunity to use all three options and thought I’d share my experience here.
Even though soundbars are no longer a new product category, it has taken me a little while to find my flow when it came to the best way to fit them into our product mix. But with their lower price points and much simpler/lower cost installation they also have opened up a whole new world of customers for us.
The Ultra HD Blu-ray copy of Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk is sourced from full 4K material and runs at 60 fps, representing the current reference for video quality and absolute state of the art of home cinema.
The full BP900 speaker family
BP9060 Bipolar Tower Speaker
A close up of the base of Definitive Technology’s BP9060 and its height-channel module
The iconic Definitive Technology logo.
Looking down at the Definitive Technology BP9060 Bipolar Tower Speaker
An example of the BP9060 speaker towers at home.
The CS9080 component center channel speaker
The back panel of the CS9080
A width up shot of the CS9080
The A90 component height modules
The A90 height module integrated with the BP9060 tower speaker
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