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The number of home entertainment options available to consumers has dramatically increased in recent years! There’s never been more choice for consumers and it’s never been easier to be entertained in the comfort of your own home.

With all of these different products and services on the market though, it can be hard to decide which are the best for you. That’s where we can help: We’re experts on all of them and we’re brand agnostic. We’ll listen to you about your needs and budget and then help you choose the products and services that best meet both.

Product setup

Product setup

There are nearly countless home entertainment products available to consumers: Smart TVs that can connect to your home internet, devices like the Apple TV, Google Chromecast and Telstra T-Box that connect to both your TV and home internet, Sonos speakers that can be controlled by your smartphone from any room in your home. The list goes on!

We’ll work with you to decide what’s best given your needs and budget, help you set it all up and then show you how to get the most out of it.

Service setup

Service setup

After you’ve got your great new products in place, it’s time to talk services!

Remember that Apple TV you installed? You may want to use it to access Netflix, Stan, Presto or another one of the great streaming services available to consumers. You pay one flat monthly fee (usually around the $10 mark) and can watch unlimited TV shows and movies. It’s a pretty great deal and it can significantly reduce what you spend on entertainment each month!

We’ll walk you through all of the options so that you can decide what’s best for you and then show you how to use it.

How about those new Sonos speakers? You may want to consider signing up to a music streaming service like Apple Music, Spotify, or Pandora. For one flat monthly fee (again, usually around the $10 mark), you get access to a huge library of music whenever and wherever you want across all your different devices.

We’ll choose a service with you, help you sign up to it and then show you how to choose songs and control your speakers from your smartphone.

 

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