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Welcome to Audio Visual Architects, Kansas’ Premiere Custom AV Integrator 

Audio Video Architects specializes in all aspects of Custom Audio Visual Systems. Our systems integrate today’s easy to use technologies into your daily life – at work, home, worship and play.

Our team of in-house system designers, engineers, programmers and installers maintain various industry certifications, ensuring you receive the most advanced technologies and highest quality components, designed to perform flawlessly. Working with your Architect, Builder and Interior Designer, Audio Video Architects will coordinate your project, either new construction or a retro/remodel, every step of the way.

Audio Video Architects services include:

  • System Design, Consultation, Engineering, Programming, Installation, Service
  • Commercial- Auditoriums, Board Rooms, Fitness Centers
  • Residential- Media Room, Custom Cinema Design & Installation, Home Theater, Distributed Music & Entertainment Systems, Home Office
  • Houses of Worship- Professional Sound & Video Presentation Systems
  • Educational and Healthcare Facilities – Classroom Presentation, Distance Learning, Training Rooms
  • Hospitality - Restaurants, Sports Bars, Hotels
  • Digital Signage, Video Conferencing, PA Systems, Telephone, Data & Wifi Networks, Multimedia Video Systems, Control Systems & Energy-Conscious Green Technologies including Lighting, Climate & Shade Control.

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Do you realize that sometimes moving a speaker a few inches one way or another can yield an improvement in sound quality

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