3 Signs Your Home Needs a Distributed Video System

Today’s TVs use Fire TV Sticks, Roku devices, PlayStations, and a number of other media devices. With technology comes new challenges, though, and one of them is how to sync up your shows when you’re watching them on a variety of devices. You can enjoy your TV shows and movies from any room with a distributed video system.

1. You Hate Pausing Your Shows

Some people love to sit down and watch TV without moving for hours. Others like to have a show on in the background while they work on other projects and move about the house. If you’re in the latter group, a distributed video system is right up your ally. Whether you’re moving between the living room and kitchen, the family room and your bedroom, or any other rooms, you can have your show going in both rooms. Move about freely without worry of pausing or missing an important scene.

2. You Can Watch What You Want in Any Room

Maybe you have Apple TV in one room and an Amazon Fire TV Stick in another. Switching between rooms can be a hassle when you’re in the middle of a show. A distributed system means you have everything synced on every TV, making it easier to stop a show before dinner and pick it back up in the other room when you go to bed. You’ll never need to spend time trying to search for your show on one device to sync it back up to where you left off on another.

3. You Like to Have the Latest Technology

Even if you don’t have time to watch TV often, a distributed system has benefits. Perhaps you just love the latest technology. A distributed system can easily sync with many other smart home devices, and its innovative technology offers an easy-to-understand interface. Do you have a property that you rent out on Airbnb or something similar? A distributed system is an excellent perk that is likely to gain the interest of potential guests.

The best time to install your distributed video system is now, but don’t go it alone. A professional audio and video company has the tools and expertise to ensure the job is done right the first time.