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Home Theatre

Home theatre is an experience for you and your family. At THD we can provide a turn key solution from interior design to build out or will work with you and your professional team to ensure a fully immersive video or game. Whether you want to build a theme theater with reclining seats and dramatic lighting, or if you want to recreate the ambiance of your favorite childhood theater, our team of professionals are here to listen to your wants and desires. Our job at THD is to help make your home cinema experience as rich and as full as it can be, and that’s exactly what we do.

Multi-room AV

Audio Video distribution systems provide you with the ability to enjoy a superior media experience in any room, without the complication of having multiple devices or confusing controls. At THD, we will customize a distribution system specifically designed for your lifestyle as well as the acoustics of your home. Our customized systems are user friendly because we provide our clients with customized keypads and touch screen remotes, and can even provide you with control via your Ipad or Iphone. Music is supposed to be enjoyable, and at THD we make sure that it is.

Lighting & Shading Control

THD puts you in complete control of your home environment with state of the art lighting control and shading systems. Whether it is custom engineered systems that respond seamlessly to your lifestyle and home environment or packaged lighting solutions, THD understands how to bring it all together to provide the utmost in simplicity and convenience for all of your lighting needs.

A push of a button guarantees an exact scene for various purposes such as safety, privacy, sunlight management, ambiance as well as task management. These choices can significantly enhance the elements or features of a space making an area more functional and pleasing.

User Interface

All of your home electronics can be seamlessly integrated into one touch simplicity!
THD has had over thirty years of experience, learning what it takes to deliver a good user experience. Good interfaces are simple and intuitive; key and responsive. For instance, turning a light on, requires the press of one button which is always where and when you need it. As well there are scenarios where keypads make more sense than touch screens and where tablets and PDAs provide exceptional options. Technology is changing quickly, good interface decisions can make an enormous difference in the responsiveness and enjoyment of home controls.accessible

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About

A Legacy of Innovation & Elevated Service

Absolute Sound & Integration by Ted Hollander Designs is revered for teaming with clients, interior designers and custom builders throughout Central Florida and Park City, Utah. 

As the originator of custom electronics design and installation at Absolute Sound, Ted Hollander has been deeply involved as the industry continues to evolve from custom installed audio products to where it is today; fully integrated electronics systems design, installation and service for home and office.

Offering design, installation, and service of all things electronic, from traditional high-quality audio to lighting and shading control, HDTV video distribution, and computer networking, Ted and his team specialize in the latest technologies for new commercial and residential customers.

Please call us today at 407.448.9500 or email us to review your upcoming project and electronic systems needs.

“We promise to continue to be the most service oriented electronics firm in Central Florida. Large project or small, we are here for you.”
-Ted Hollander, President

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  • How to Embrace the Power of Smart Home Technology

    How to Embrace the Power of Smart Home Technology

    What to Look for in High-Performance Audio in 2020 Let's start with a little history. CDs, which have been with us since the early 1980s, ushered in the era of digital audio, replacing vinyl as the dominant source of music distribution. And CDs are still a high-quality audio source, featuring uncompressed full dynamic range sound. In the current world of digital audio, the CD started it all. But the world has been inexorably moving beyond physical media, both in audio and video. Today a massive amount of music is being consumed over streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and more. It's difficult to ignore the incredible convenience of dialing up your favorite artists and albums with just a couple of taps on a screen or even a voice command. No CD player can do that. If there has been a knock on streaming, it’s that the quality has not been up to the level of the venerable CD. Most streaming services use compressed formats like MP3 and AAC, which remove some of the dynamic range of the sound. But streaming is evolving too. It used to be that if you were a diehard about audio quality, you would eschew streaming for physical media like CDs and vinyl. But audiophiles can rejoice, as higher quality audio is here with all the convenience of downloads and streaming. If you’re itching to ditch the CD in your high-performance audio system in Lake Mary FL, read on to learn why it’s going to be a great time to do it in 2020 – or even now. Read More

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