The wide screen digital television has really become a showpiece in the modern day lounge room.
Local Franchisee for Jim’s Antennas Wyong – Rod, has been helping his customers to wall mount their TV’s to really light up their living space. Things look even better with all the cables concealed behind the wall using the latest in High Definition (HDMI) and Digital Optical cables.
Rod is also keen to demonstrate how much space is saved by hanging your plasma or LCD wide screen TV. It also keeps them away from little hands!
The latest wall plates allow for a wide range of cables to be run through the wall cavity, including speakers … Your new Blu Ray player/recorder or DVD as well as gaming consoles and amplifier receivers can easily be incorporated into a fantastic looking home theatre installation.
Finally, wall mounting speakers complete the installation with no messy cables and brilliant surround sound.
Rod is always available to offer free advice for home theatre and excellent customer service right across the Central Coast.
Luke, of Jim’s Antennas Shepparton, specialises in dual antenna installations. Luke notes, “depending on your location, you may be able to receive all free to air broadcasts from Shepparton as well as Bendigo. If you are living in the Shepparton area but you’re also wanting to receive the local channels from Bendigo, then this is […]
Shane and Leah operate the Jim’s Antennas Ballarat franchise and are very active in their support of the local community. Shane and Leah are juggling the demands of running a small business along with a young family, with their children, Jack and Mia, actively involved in local sporting programs. Every bit of support offered, whether […]
In the days gone by of analogue TV reception, on some occasions TV antenna installation could be done with a fair amount of guess work. In this photo a customer has previously aimed the antennas in the direction but has never been able to get great TV reception. Jim’s Antennas have replaced the guess work […]
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