You've had this whole series of fancy
and sophisticated phone sets in your home: cordless of all sorts, with
mobile built-in handset speaker, with additional plug-in headset, speakerphones, integrated telephone-answering
machine, cordless with talking caller ID, multi-mailbox answering machine, pagers,
sets with traditional decorative style for particular rooms, and so on so
forth. So now that you only use your smartphone, and want to do away
with a house landline, what do you do with these phones? Do you just
But if your internet is via DSL,
your house phones sitting on the phone line are still very much alive,
even though you might not use them as oftenly as you used to. As useful
as they may still be, many of these phones are stand-alone phones
though, only able to make and take phone calls, as far as communication. Can you do more with
You know it is no
fun to be yelling at the top of your lungs from your townhouse top floor to the basement,
to get other people's attention. Sure you can call them from your smart
phone. But then everyone has to stick their smartphones to their pockets
while they are constantly moving around the home as much as everyone does, if
anyone hopes to be able to reach anyone else at any time that way. The
bathroom is certainly a place where it is hard to stick to your smartphone. The cordless that is sitting there or used to,
is certainly more handy, since you don't have to remember to bring it
there. The deck in the back yard may be another one of those places, more so when there
is a barbecue going on!
When a guest rings your
doorbell, you still need to get to the door even if you don't wish to open the door to the
visitor, exposing yourself. Sure, you can have a dedicated door-to-cell
phone system, but how about when the cell phone dies on you or you left
it somewhere in the home you don't remember, or it's not with you at the
moment for any reason. Do you also have to be the
only person in the household to be able to fully and safely get the door
remotely, as it is with those systems? Would it not be convenient that
anyone available in the household can get to screen the door or gate
from a user device as well, and grant access if desired?
How about keeping an eye on the playroom,
or the baby's or toddlers' rooms, wherever you might be around the home and
whenever needed. Sure you can have a camera system, with your phone
screen or your laptop screen for viewing. Did you think about your home
TV's as well for viewing? Because when you are watching TV, or busy in
the kitchen, the laptop which may be away or the tiny smartphone
screen, which in addition may be momentarily unreachable as well, are not
of much help or even
convenience, as opposed to the handy big TV screen on the refrigerator
door or the living room right across the kitchen.
Did you consider multi-room music
for even more convenience, with music streaming right from your smartphone when you want
or from another audio player when you want?
By now, you know where I am going.
Does it not look like that a system that can integrate your smartphone,
with your house phones, take care of your doorbell and your room-to-room
intercom, provide open voice broadcast in common household spaces, send
video footage to your household TV's from any monitoring camera, is the way
to go for a system that can deliver the convenience that you would like
and the usefulness that would make your life easier. You certainly can have all
these things from separate equipments, but it is only when they are
integrated in smart ways as a single system offering the largest variety of
end user devices, that you are going to be happy with the outcome,
because it will really make a difference in your life at home and away.
The difference between household gadgets and home automation that makes
your house feel home!
If you happen to have or plan to
have a home office (SOHO), then you ought to know that all this is not
just convenience but means to give you tremendous flexibility that will
help you be more efficient running your business at home while increasing your
bottom line. You don't have to have a home office, just being in the
condition of a non-commuting employee puts you there. To make your
business look good, aka professional, we give you music-on-hold, so that
your customers don't go away while waiting. We even give you automatic
busy redial, so you don't get tied up to the phone if a call does not go
thru, the system will ring you back when the call is successful.
Well, I would love to have all this,
but I would prefer the traditional look of an in-wall Speaker at some
locations, say you. No problem at all, we say. Flushed wall Speakers are among your
choices for user device, with no restriction in quantity. You will be
further very well served with these Speakers, if you happen to have an
in-law section or a room with a bed-ridden relative whom you want to
keep under constant audio monitoring. Very good as well for the
I would love to have
all this but my house is already built, does not look like that's
feasible, say you. Think again. Our systems are designed to be flexible
enough to be setup in any kind of existing environment you may have, by
wired and wireless connectivity, and in a very cost-efficient manner. We
can even put a wired wall Speaker Pad at any location where you used to
have a phone, if that's what you wish. If you
are handy, you may like to know that you can save yourself the cost of contracting and setup
your whole system yourself.
When it comes to video
surveillance, you must also keep in mind that these systems can fully
integrate with dedicated muti-camera video monitoring systems, such as
We would love to discuss
your project and give you the exact solution for your needs and planned budget.
series, a lifetime of convenience, home safety and security!
Note: A subset of these features is also
applicable to MiniCom. Please check with us.