Friday, October 31, 2008

 

Member Spotlight: Bright Home Theater and Audio of New York

Home Theater by Bright Home Theater and Audio of NY

With the winter chill in the air, we're coming up on the season when New Yorkers tend to spend more time around the house watching television. We're also getting to that time of year where we do more home entertaining and of course, that glorious overlap of the NFL and NBA (The Knicks actually won the home opener this year!). There's no better time than now to install your home theater and we know just the guys to do it.

Bright Home Theater and Audio has been selling and installing high end audio and video systems for homeowners in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut since 2003. They are based on Avenue A in the East Village, are fully insured, and have certifications for this work from the HAA, ISF, and RTI.

Whether you have guests over on game day and want to mount and install a flat screen TV, company coming for the holidays and you'd like speakers throughout the house for the party, or you just want to watch your favorite shows in style, this would be a great time to get a consultation. Bright Home Theater and Audio do all the designing, building and installation work themselves and they are happy to answer any questions you may have; just call and ask for Kerry Bright or David DuPuy or send them an email through our site.

To visit their profile page on cityhammer.com, click here: NY Home Theater

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Comments:
Thanks for a great article. Currently, I am planning a HT room with the guys at SmarterHomeTheater, who give some great free advice, but any other sources of info are always appreciated! Keep up the good work!
 
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