Audio Visual Design Leader Control AV Featured in New Hampshire Home Magazine

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R.J. Finlay & Co.’s Control Audio Video division, which provides custom technology systems, garnered attention from the editors at New Hampshire Home in the January edition. The magazine feature, about the latest in home theater options, informs the reader that that there myriad options available today.

New Hampshire Home’s article points out how developments in technology are producing a wave of demand for in-home theater experiences. Interior décor can surround these systems in a way that transports viewers to the excitement of the film without having to leave home. One of the benefits of having a company like Control Audio Video to work with, according to the article, is that the customer doesn’t need to be an expert in sound design.

Jason Hillard, general manager of Control Audio Video in Bedford, explains how he educates his customers so that they receive the finished product they desired, but might not have known how to ask for. Home entertainment systems don’t have to be a part of a new home construction plan either. Existing rooms can be well designed to create the same feeling as a night at the movies.

“Control Audio Video offers custom technology systems for a variety of clients,” says Rick Hartley, Control Audio Video’s President. “We can provide a market-leading level of personalization, system quality and user-friendliness tailored to fit each customer’s unique demands and budget.”

Control Audio Video offers custom technology systems designed to seamlessly integrate entertainment, security, surveillance, home theater, HVAC and lighting solutions for residential and commercial customers. Interested parties can contact the team at Control Audio Video directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

New Hampshire Home Magazine features local and regional designers, architects and talented craftsmen whose work focuses on the home. Readers seek out inspiration for their redesigning, remodeling or new construction projects.