Multiscreen Xbox Play Part of Rec Room Mecca
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At the Bar

“I’ve worked for this homeowner in the past so I kind of knew what to expect for this project, but he did push the envelope with sound like he normally does,” says Horner Networks’ Shane Horner of the sound system. “It’s all bi-wired, so to the basement we’ve got 800 watts going to the four V8 speakers, and to the subwoofers we’ve got 1,200 watts to the dual 18-inch and another 1,200 to the dual 12—I had to wear earplugs when dialing in the system.” It’s one of several areas in the home (including the pool area, outdoor kitchen, atrium and kitchen) where Horner incorporated both traditional audio to accompany video as well as pro-grade rigs to shake things up. Meanwhile, one of the inputs on the massive Key Digital 16x32 matrix switcher is dedicated for DJs to use during parties, and like the rest of the sources can feed into the housewide A/V distribution system.




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Multiscreen Xbox Play Part of Rec Room Mecca