The outdoor theater is one of the most desirable AV systems for the home. This design allows your client to experience a fantastic visual and audio experience but with the venue being outside. Our outdoor theater designs incorporate a large panel type TV that drops down from the ceiling, fixed on a wall or pop up out of a piece of furniture.

Speakers are strategically placed for best performance while still catering to the aesthetic characteristics of the space. Speakers can be placed in the ceiling so they are safe from the elements. Subwoofers can be placed in the ceiling as well. Equipment shall be located in a pull out rack of equipment or in a remote location.



The Man Cave or sports bar is a place in the home that friends will gather to enjoy a game of billiards, foosball or just lean back on the bar and watch a ball game. The sports enthusiast must have the ability to purchase almost every game on TV. There may be several games on at the same time. So what is a person to do? Our sports bar design allows for multiple separate viewing options simultaneously with one managed system.

Our sports bar package will allow our clients to view up to eight or more different sporting events at the same time. This is accomplished via a video matrix switch with an easy to use touch panel interface. Displays are placed in the room so that every seat in the space has easy access to more than one video display. The sound is managed through a matrix switch so the end user can decide which audio source they would like to listen to. Sometimes the satellite radio broadcast is better than the on screen broadcast, so the sat radio would also be incorporated into our design.

Large display vs. multiple displays:

There is nothing like a large display to best capture the visual experience of a live sporting event. Our design package incorporates a single large display and multiple smaller displays located in the space.


One of the most important systems that a residence can have is the AWS. AWS is the communications backbone for all devices in the home or business to a centralized distribution system. Today’s technology requires homes of any size to rely heavily on their ability to deliver wireless and wired communications.

Network, phone, cable TV, surveillance and WiFi all require some wired connection to make them operate. Jacks should be located where needed and easily accessible. Wireless devices are so abundant today that we cannot rely on the wireless router provided by the Internet provider to do the job. Devices need to be carefully located so that seamless connectivity is available anywhere on the property, including outdoor areas.

The cable TV set top box requires special planning because they rarely go under the TV as they once did. With the onset of the super thin TV, there is little room to hide the wires. Special ones like HDMI have limited distance capabilities. Current TVs now have applications that allow them to stream video and audio directly from the Internet.

Electronics Design Group will develop a complete AWS for the home or business. Electronics Design Group will work with your design team and use industry standard icons and best practices for managing the following information: Establish performance and technical criteria for various cabling configurations.
Set minimum requirements for telecommunications cabling within a residential or commercial environment.

Recommended topology and evaluate minimum distances.




The traders desk application is a high performance self contained space that must work in many different environments.

Our system designs take into account the monitor layout, desk, seating and lighting for the space to produce the most comfortable environment. The heart of the traders system is the PC and monitor layout. A custom PC with multiple video cards is provided to provide seamless control over all the information you need to conduct your business. The layout of the monitors are personal and may be unique to each clients needs. This solution provides for six monitors of differing resolution and size. The focal point is based on a large main monitor and surrounding monitors to provide the most up to date information. A single monitor can be configured for a Cable TV signal.

The monitor configuration and PC are designed as a set but the furniture can be designed around your needs.

Lighting fixtures have been specified for this solution because having the right amount of light is critical to the success to this application




The gaming experience brings user interaction to a new level. The gaming experience is typically a wireless controller, a couple of friends on line and a large screen TV. They spend hours working on their tactics trying to succeed in the given task. The PC Gamer is stuck sitting at his desk using his wired keyboard and mouse with a couple of monitors. The PC gamer will actually make a bigger investment in his equipment and the level at which they play. The serious PC gamer would not dare use a wireless controller or keyboard for the speed of those devices must be the best. This game room design provides a way to remove the PC gamer from his desk and allow them to sit in a great environment and be comfortable.

Electronics Design Group has developed a Game room environment with Maingear, a manufacturer of some of the top gaming PC's in the industry.

The game room design can be implemented in any size room. The smaller the better. There needs to be space for three or four chairs for all your friends and enough room for a large screen TV or projection screen.

A small projector can be placed in a convenient location to provide the largest possible image. An LED or LCD monitor allows for interactive gaming like Nintendo Wii or Xbox Kinect. If racing or flight simulators are their interest then special chairs and controls must be designed into the space in lieu of chairs.

The audio plays a very important role for the gamer. Games are developed with 7.1 soundto add to the experience. Some gamers prefer to use a high performance set of head phones to provide the best sound performance. Many games offer on line collaboration so a special set of head phones with microphone are used.

This design package takes all of that into account and provides for connectivity at the seat, a place to keep the high performance PC, room isolation so that the rest of the house does not need to participate in the gamer experience, comfortable seating to allow for those long game sessions.

Speakers will be strategically placed for best performance while still catering to the aesthetic characteristics of the space. Speakers can be placed in cabinetry behind grill cloth or in ceilings or walls and painted to match the room. Subwoofers can be placed in cabinetry as well.

Equipment will be located in the room to minimize on wire distances and ease of use. Heat management will be important so BTU calculations are provided as part of design.

The choices are yours to discover with our Game room design package.



Lighting control can have the largest impact on any project. Our clients use the light switches more than the phone, music and even the Internet. The lighting controls around the home need to be well thought out. Have you ever walked into a home and at the front door there were five or even eight switches? Did you notice how the owner dealt with turning on the switches. They may have had P-Touch labels or pencil marks on or next to the switches, or did the just turn everything on with two hands. These problems can crop up in no time when working not paying close attention to the lighting controls.

The parts of the home that have the most impact are the formal rooms of the home such as the foyer, living, and dining room. These areas have a tendency to have more than four groups of light. Other areas that can create problems are the main hallways and stair landings. When you come to a stair landing there are several decisions that need to be made. Are you going up the stairs, down the stairs or just walking down the hallway. Trying to deliver that kind of flexibility with conventional switching is just not possible.

Our lighting control design is broken down into four different categories, aesthetic gain, wall switch reduction, modified system management and overall system management.

Aesthetic Gain: Large rooms in finely designed homes typically have more than four groups of light in a room. The room may have chandeliers, sconces, table lamps and recessed lighting. The problem that is created is a very large bank of switches that is difficult to control and an eyesore to look at. Dimmers can be consolidated in to a preset dimming control so the room can be turned on from a simple press of a button. This allows the home owner to comfortably use the room without trying to remember which button did what. This can be done on a room by room basis with nominal increase in cost.

Wall Switch Reduction: Today’s finely designed spaces have multiple types of fixtures for each room. To offer the best level of control, multiple switches are located at the entry points of a room. A five or six gang switch plate is very difficult to work around when designing an important aesthetic space. The areas that are typically affected by the large gangs of switch plates are also the important rooms of the home. Our approach is to reduce the switches down to a one or two gang programmable keypad that offers preset scene control. The scenes are used to recall the proper amount of light for a given scenario.

Modified System Management: Taking the wall switch reduction method to the next step would connect the important rooms together so that the hallways and house exterior are connected together as a system. This would allow our client to walk from the front door to the kitchen and then up to the master bedroom all by pressing buttons on a few properly located keypads. The coverage for this configuration typically includes the main floor, upper hallways and the master suite, house exterior and the main areas of the finished basement. A combination of keypads and local smart switches are used to keep the cost of the project down.

Overall System Management: Allows our client to manage the entire space by providing total control of the bathrooms, bedrooms rooms, landscape, garage lights and mechanical spaces as well as the spaces mentioned above. Providing this level of control allows our clients to manage their space for total energy management. At night or when leaving the residence our client simply presses a button and walks out knowing that only the desired lights were left on.



In the past, music was enjoyed in one room of the house. Now, technology has brought it into every room and outside, bringing in your favorite tunes or radio stations; having it all without seeing any equipment but a remote control. A professionally designed EDG multi-room audio system integrates simple functionality and entertainment with aesthetic sensibility--all within a specified budget.

Determining the most appropriate speakers for a home requires a balance of performance, decor and cost. These days, impressive sound can be produced from a variety of speaker types: a single-cabinet stereo speaker, or speaker pairs that rest on bookshelves, on the floor, or mount flush into walls or ceilings. EDG designers will design a system using suitable speakers for a given space to ensure the proper coverage at a cost-effective price. Many professionally designed systems incorporate a combination of speaker types for each project depending on the room.

Today's music fans have more music choices than ever before. At EDG, we accommodate all our clients' favorite music sources from iTunes, Internet radio, and satellite music to CDs, FM radio and even LPs. We provide our customers easy access to their favorite music wherever they are in or outside of the house -- along with the flexibility for family members to choose their own music for a given room or zone. We group rooms or areas into logical zones that make a music system simpler and more convenient to use. That way jazz lovers can listen to Miles Davis in one room while pop music fans listen to Beyonce in another. Volume can be controlled separately for each space. Most important, EDG designers create systems that are easy to control with a keypad, a touch panel or even by iPhone or iPad. Intuitive operation allows you to select the music you want to hear without having to know where it resides.



Today’s media room is the most desirable AV system for the home. EDG will provide the designs to have an excellent visual and audible experience. These designs can be incorporated into the common family room, master suite or formal living room. The speaker and screen arrangements are all the same, it’s just how they are implemented into the desired space.

Our media room designs can incorporate a projection screen or a large panel type TV. Small, unassuming projectors can be incorporated into soffits and millwork to provide the largest visual experience possible. Drop down screens can be carefully designed into the ceiling plan so the screen or TV does not become the focal point of the room.

Speakers can be strategically placed for best performance while still catering to the aesthetic characteristics of the space. Speakers can be placed in cabinetry behind grill cloth or in ceilings or walls and painted to match the room. Subwoofers can be placed in cabinetry as well.

Equipment can be neatly placed in a pull-out rack of equipment or in a remote location except the blu-ray player.

The choices are yours to discover with our media room design package.




The private theater package includes a large multi aspect ratio projection screen and a projector that is neatly located in the rear of the room. Depending on the design requirements the projector can be placed tight to the ceiling, semi recessed into the ceiling or hidden away behind a projection view port in another room. The speakers can be placed in many locations to provide the highest performance or completely hidden behind the screen to provide the best aesthetic performance.

The Private Theater is a room that allows for creativity to provide an escape from every day life. The space can take you back to the Bijou or off to a far off fantasy land. The private theaters goal is to allow our clients a chance to resolve to a space that provides a change. The theater is typically made up of a large multi aspect ratio projection screen, front projector with a brightness and quality determined by the size and placement of the screen, multi channel audio from a surround sound processor, amplifier and sources, DVD, Blu-ray and cable box.

Acoustical wall panels are typically included in this package to reduce the amount of sound that escapes into the rest of the home as well as improving the general theatrical experience of the room.

Theater seating is designed into the space to increase the quality of the experience and provide the maximum number of people for a space.

Room Isolation: Different construction methods are provided to increase the STC (Sound Transfer Coefficient) of the construction. The sound from the theater should stay in the theater. That is accomplished with construction methods, additional layers of Sheetrock and minimal amount of penetrations through the environment.