Robb Report: “THE ULTIMATE HOME 2011”

One of our latest projects that we have completed is featured in the April 2011 issue of the Robb Report as “THE ULTIMATE HOME 2011: A Dazzling Contemporary Hilltop Compound”.  This beautiful 27 bedroom, 44,000 square foot Beverly Hills estate contains all of the latest technology in home video, home audio, home theater and home automation including one of the largest Residential Crestron Digital Media systems in California.

The Full Home Automation system is extremely elaborate and extensive.  It designates the house temperatures with 40 zones of climate control including heated floors.  It operates the complete interior and exterior lighting of all 44,000 sq. ft. of the house and landscape.  It designates the pool and spa climate and operates the water features through fiber optic lighting for color and intimacy.  It gives the client the ability to view multiple motion sensor surveillance cameras through the Security Room Interfaces.  The client can also check the Carbon Dioxide Readings, Generator Readings, and Fuel Warnings in the environment from the Crestron interface.  Not only can all of these features be controlled by the Crestron Program from inside the estate, but they can also be operated outside of the estate from remote locations.

The Video system, via one of the largest Crestron Fiber Video distribution systems ever installed in a private residence, controls 47 televisions each independent with access to the three satellite systems (Direct TV, Dish Net, Free to Air), several multi region Blu-ray players and media servers all controlled by custom programmed Crestron remotes.  All of the rooms in the main residence have their video being distributed and managed in full HD and it is fully Crestron Certified.

Through the Audio system, the client can choose one of the following sources in all 45 zones of audio: 4 Digital Jukeboxes, AM, FM, XM, iTunes, iPod, Different Satellite Options and a CD player.  McCoy Construction and Landry Design Group hired us to manage the entire low voltage system because they trust we can deliver a bulletproof system.

The Theater is fully engineered to meet the highest standard of room acoustics.  The theater room has complete sound isolation both inside and out with a custom acoustic system to address all interior properties, creating the ultimate listening experience. The speaker package was engineered, designed and built specifically just for this room, which includes custom angled baffle plates and crossovers. Specially selected amplifiers and DSP’s were chosen and then tuned on site by the engineering team from California Audio Technology over 3 days.

Throughout the estate is a custom cellular network that is completely integrated into the property serving all major cell phone carriers.

ARTICLE SUMMARY: Roberts Home Audio & Video, in collaboration with Landry Design Group, McCoy Construction and interior designer David Phoenix, produced “THE ULTIMATE HOME” of 2011.

For more information about Roberts Home Audio & Video Inc. and our services visit our website at www.RobertsHomeAV.com.

For more information about the Landry Design Group and their services visit their website at http://www.landrydesigngroup.com/.

For more information about McCoy Construction and their services visit their website at http://www.petermccoyconstruction.com/.

For more information about the Interior Designer David Phoenix and his services visit his website at http://www.davidphoenix.com/david-phoenix/.


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