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Trousdale Estates Contemporary Home

Architects: Dennis Gibbens Architects Location: Beverly Hills, CA, USA Architect In Charge: Dennis Gibbens Project Architect: Oren Dothan Area: 5600.0 ft2 Year: 2014 Photographs: Courtesy of Dennis Gibbens Architects Project Team: Scott Graham, Ryan Childers, Ricardo Moura, Raul Aguilera, Shana Cunningham General Contractor: Winters-Schram Associates Landscape Design: Art Luna Studio Interior Decorating: Jamie Bush + Co. Cabinetry: Swiss Woodworking Electrical: Ecb Electric, Inc. Audio Visual: Audio Video Experience, Inc. Bathroom Plumbing Fixtures: Waterworks See the full story here….

Sonance Landscape Speakers

We have lots of opportunity to work with new product, manufacturers, models and more.  Very rarely does any company put out a line of product that is so well received. Sonance actually started releasing landscape series speakers a few years ago but it wasn’t until recently that they had a complete line that will fit almost anyone’s budget.  From the Sonarray System up to their flagship 8″ drivers and 15″ …Read More

No….Thank You UCLA

Over the years AVX has continued to work closely with the community.  One way we have helped clients as well as our local educational system has been through donations.  After reaching out to UCLA over a year ago we’ve built a close relationship with the UCLA School of Film and their technical department. We have helped by donating thousands of dollars in audio, video and technology equipment that is currently …Read More

NEVER BUILT: Los Angeles at A+D

We have recently teamed up with LA’s Architecture and Design Museum on what I believe to be one of the most exciting exhibits on Museum Row.  The exhibit titled NEVER BUILT: LOS ANGELES includes many projects from some of the city’s favorite architects including projects by Frank Lloyd Wright. Sneak into the back of the museum to experience a project by AVX, this exhibit is made up of a 10 …Read More

LA Times Calls On AVX Expertise

Now showing in rich people’s homes: first-run movies A San Diego-area firm enables the wealthy to show in their home theaters movies that are still at the multiplex. The cost: $35,000 in equipment and $500 to $600 a film. By Daniel Miller, Los Angeles Times April 9, 2013, 5:00 a.m. They were planning to spend nearly $500,000 on a home theater. What was an additional $35,000 to show first-run movies? When …Read More

PRIMA Cinema Brings First Run Movies Home!

Stay home!  Honestly where would you rather watch one of Hollywood’s biggest hits on the day it hits the theaters? Until recently the only way to watch a movie on the day it was released was to make a trip to the local cineplex or, you had to be a studio executive. Now anyone can have movies in their home on the day it hits the theaters.  PRIMA Cinema has released their movie delivery system …Read More

Control4 Now At AVX

It has been years since we first signed our dealer agreement with Control4 but it wasn’t until recently we felt it was ready for our company.  As the first residential, certified Control4 dealer in Los Angeles (back in May of 2005!) we were very excited.   Control4 was a young company with an aggressive goal to take on the big boys like Crestron and AMX.  At that time we just …Read More