2012-01-05 / Real Estate News

Free seminar makes the connection to the latest in home electronics

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Sunset in a beachside residence equipped with automated window shading. Sunset in a beachside residence equipped with automated window shading. Getting a handle on all of the cool gadgets and gizmos for your home can be challenging in the fast-paced and ever-changing world of electronics. With the touch of a keypad, you can control lighting, entertainment, security, telecommunications, heating and air conditioning. Specialty Electronics, a custom audio-video integration company at Miromar Design Center, unveils the latest technology for 2012 at “What’s New in Home Electronics,” a free seminar at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17.

The company designs systems that give homeowners convenient, centralized control of their home electronics, seamlessly integrating all these complex home features into an easy-to-use touch screen that can be handheld, sit on a desk or be installed flush with the wall. More than 350 systems have been installed in homes in Lee and Collier counties, according to the company.


A custom home theater design by Specialty Electronics. A custom home theater design by Specialty Electronics. The “What’s New in Home Electronics” seminar is free and open to the public and design professionals. Learn about the newest innovations, see the “Greatest TV Ever Made” and enter to win a Blu-ray 3D DVD player. Complimentary wine, cheese and chocolates will be served afterward.

Seating at the seminar is limited, and RSVPs are required by Friday, Jan. 13. Register at www.miromardesigncenter.com.

Miromar Design Center is on Corkscrew Road east of I-75 and across from the Miromar Outlets. For more information, call 390-5111. ¦

“What’s New in Home Electronics”

>> When: 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17
>> Where: Miromar Design Center
>> Cost: Free
>> RSVP: www.miromardesigncenter.com
by Jan. 13





The touch screen shown in the foreground controls the master bedroom system. The touch screen shown in the foreground controls the master bedroom system.

The John R. Wood property code was inadvertently published as the address of the Aqualane Shores home featured in the Dec. 29 “House Hunting.” For information about the waterfront home, call Michele Harrison at 580-9889. The John R. Wood property code was inadvertently published as the address of the Aqualane Shores home featured in the Dec. 29 “House Hunting.” For information about the waterfront home, call Michele Harrison at 580-9889.

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