How To Hide Home Technology
Updated: Oct 24
Learn how to make all of your home audio and video gear disappear.
How do you prefer a media room to look? If you’re technologically oriented or are an AV enthusiast in general, you may prefer a media space that shows off the equipment. You might like the speakers, subwoofers, AV receivers and amplifiers, and fancy control tablets prominently visible. Many people enjoy it that way. Other people have a different sense of aesthetics and design for their homes. When it comes to the media room, they want a high-quality media experience, but they don't want the technology to overwhelm the room. Fortunately, a variety of solutions exist to gracefully integrate media components into your spaces. If you're looking to design an aesthetically beautiful, high-performance media room, keep reading below for some of the best ideas to hide the tech in your NJ home.
Hiding a TV in Plain sight with a Mirror TV Séura Mirror TV offer another way to conceal you TV. Enjoy entertainment without compromising on design. Séura TV Mirrors are created to reflect your style, not distract from it. A Seura Mirror TV is a high-performance TV when on and a stunning mirror when off. Seura offers multiple sizes, ranging from 49” to 65” either in a surface mounted or recessed in the wall configuration. There are 7 beautiful frames to choose from. The products are built to order but ship in an incredibly fast 10 days. Hiding the Speakers If there’s another area that offers a plethora of options for hiding equipment, it is speakers. Almost every high fidelity speaker company offers a line of architectural (built-in) speakers that can go from surround sound duty to full-fledged Dolby Atmos immersive setups. If you don’t want speakers taking up space physically or visually in your room, we can recommend architectural speakers and subwoofers that will amaze you with their sound quality. These speakers can not only serve the media room but can be part of a whole-home audio system, with the media room being the best place in the house for sound. For smaller spaces where the ability to install architectural speakers may be limited, high-quality soundbars are an option. Leon also makes customized soundbars and speakers that are matched to the exact width and height of your flat panel, filled with high-quality drivers. For even more style, Leon’s Media Décor Edge Media Frame surrounds your TV and soundbar in handcrafted quality wood and other finishes that make the media components blend with the style of the room. This does not hide the TV when viewed straight on but it does present a very clean look from the side. Are you looking to design or remake a media room for your New Jersey home? Get in touch with us by filling out our contact form or by chatting live with us below. We look forward to hearing from you! For additional resources, please visit our website’s Knowledge Center. Here, you will find dozens of articles relating to Bravo AV’s services. Additionally, you can check out our photo gallery to explore our previous work. Bravo AV is proud to be an HTA (Home Technology Association) Certified Installation Firm and professional A/V experts. Tom Curnin, the owner of Bravo AV, is a CEDIA Professional Designer, a certified THX Level 1 home theater professional, and a member of the Home Acoustic Alliance trained to Level II. You can contact Tom directly at (908) 953-0555 or through email at email@example.com.