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Enclave Audio: A Solution for an Agelong Problem

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Over the last several years, home theater audio trends have had us sacrifice performance for design. We have often given up true surround sound for sleeker, more appealing soundbar solutions. And while we feel soundbars provide a more pleasing aesthetic, they can leave you yearning for more. 

Enclave has built a solution to help address the aesthetic challenges of 5.1 surround sound systems by incorporating a newer wireless technology called WiSA. The application of this technology has enabled Enclave to create a wireless system. No longer do you have to worry about speaker wires running from the TV unit to each individual speaker, thus making an unsightly mess.

It is important to note that for speakers to work wirelessly, they still need a power source, so each speaker needs to be plugged in, but we find that a more desirable solution than running wires from the TV to the rear speakers of your surround sound system. 

Enclave has two systems to choose from the base model, CineHome II, and the upgrade version, the CineHome PRO, which is THX certified. Both are great solutions for your home theater audio, but the PRO has added performance you may want to consider. 

CineHome II

The CineHome II system offers instant plug and play installation, without any wifi needed. Just plug in the six speakers, connect your power, and you're ready to go. You'll get a full, rich sound for your movies, TV shows, sports, and video games. 

CineHome Pro

The CineHome Pro | CineHub Edition THX® Certified system is powered by 14 drivers and a 10-inch subwoofer, giving you the premier cinematic sound, with support for  Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS Digital surround, and Dolby Pro Logic II.

If you would like more information on these different audio components, or want to design a full system for your home, contact the experts at Parker Gwen at (877) 583-3223 or visit our website for more information.


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