Upgrade Your Home This Year With Video Conferencing
Professionally Installed Conferencing Systems for Perfect Calls Every Time
Many of us remember when iPhone’s Facetime feature was a fun app that people used to share funny faces and see themselves on camera. Now video conferencing has become a primary way for us to communicate in business and home. Just about everyone knows how to use Zoom, Skype and Microsoft Teams.
And why not? It’s a step above just talking on the phone because you get the added benefit of seeing everyone’s facial expressions to add context to the conversation. But as smart as phones are and convenient as computer software can be, there are limitations in video and sound quality. But having a professional install your video conferencing system can eliminate those issues and give you the kind of video call experience you deserve.
High-Grade Audio and Video Equipment
Your home video conferencing equipment probably consists of laptops or tablets and headphones. While this is convenient and portable, the advantages often end there. While the cameras on phones and computers might have worked fine for quick video chats in the past, we now are conducting business calls and using video conferences as our primary way to reach out to our friends and family. That's why having high-grade equipment installed by a professional installer is so much more critical for at-home video calling.
Reliable Sound and Video Quality
Using a Wi-Fi connection can be tricky, especially when other devices and equipment share the same connection. This is when faces begin to freeze in Zoom calls or the speakers on your laptop seem to go in and out. But with a wired connection to video and audio systems installed in your home, you won’t have to worry about calls freezing up or cutting out. You can conduct a meeting with the same picture and audio clarity as the ones you run at the office.
Sophisticated Control and Professional Support
Professional video conferencing installations are typical in businesses but are relatively new for homes. With so many of us working and going to school from home, a stable video conferencing platform is a necessity. Video conferencing integrated into your Control4 home automation system gives you more control over how you conduct video calls with a user-friendly interface. If you do have trouble with your equipment or functionality, you also have the professional support of your installer, who can troubleshoot your problem so you can get back to your call.
If you'd like to learn more about how you can integrate a professionally installed video conferencing system into your home automation system, leave us your information on our contact page or give us a call at 617-734-1800. We look forward to hearing from you!