Bravo Design & AV Philosophy
At Bravo AV Consulting, we take a holistic approach to the design of audio and video systems. We do this by carefully listening to the client's wants and needs. We then develop a solution that contains the features and benefits that best fit the client's lifestyle. Since we carry no inventory and have over 50 brands to choose from we can use our creativity and years of experience to craft a home theater or AV system that offers tremendous performance and value for a given budget.
During our holistic design process we select components of a similar performance level. From home theater speakers, receivers, projectors and other components, we know that the weakest link will be the limiting factor in the systems performance. Therefore, we pay attention to every facet of the AV system; the things you see and the things you don't see. We also look towards the future and make sure the system has the ability to evolve as new technologies emerge.
For us, it's not about the equipment. The equipment is just the means to an end. The end result is superbly reproduced music and movies.
All our systems are designed to be easy to operate. After all, what good is a system that is hard to use?
Our Criteria for Brand Selection
At Bravo AV we use the following criteria to select brands. By evaluating equipment and manufacturers along the criteria listed below we are able to design superb performing systems for our clients.
Home Theater AV Equipment
- Does the equipment provide good value and performance to our clients?
- Is the equipment well engineered?
- Is the equipment reliable and long lasting?
- Does the equipment integrate well with other equipment?
- Is the equipment consumer friendly and easy to use?
- Does the manufacturer have a good track of successful products?
- Is the manufacturer forward thinking?
- Does the manufacturer provide good technical support?
- Does the manufacturer stand behind their products?
- Does the manufacturer provide dealers with good training so that we can support our client better?