Video Distribution is similar to Audio Distribution, but it’s for your Video sources (Blu-ray Players, Apple TV, Roku, Satellite/Cable Receivers, NVRs, etc).

You are able to keep your Video Sources in a central location like the Media Rack and distribute the Video content out to different TVs throughout the house.

Often Video Sources are hidden in a small cabinet or entertainment center near each TV in the home. Then you do your best to hide and conceal the HDMI cables running out to the TV.

With video distribution, the Video Sources are all stored in the Media Rack.  A Cable is run from the Media Rack straight to the back of the TV.  The result is a TV mounted cleanly on the wall.

Lastly, with Video Distribution all your Video Sources and TVs are controlled by the same Universal Remote or Smart Phone App.  You can say goodbye to all those remotes once and for all.

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Matt Montgomery, TYM, Salt Lake City, Ut

Matt is a co-founder and lead systems designer for TYM LLC. His smart home and audio/visual designs have won three “Home of the Year Awards” from Electronic House & CE Pro magazine, and two awards from the Consumer Technology Association, including "Home Theater of the Year", and "Custom Smart Home of the Year".

Matt is a golden State fan.

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