CEDIA 2013 Best Integrated Home winner with Bowers & Wilkins speakers

CEDIA 2013 Best Integrated Home Winner with Bowers & Wilkins speakers

At this year’s CEDIA 2013 Awards, the Best Integrated Home (£100,000 – £250,000) category was won by Grahams Hi-Fi using Bowers & Wilkins CCM683 ceiling speakers throughout.

Once again, we are very proud to have been part of such an exciting, award-winning project. The fully-integrated home was newly refurbished and the home automation system tailored to meet the families specific needs.

The kids chill-out room in the garden can be switched off from the master bedroom; a ‘his and hers’ music system; and a security alert if the teenage son leaves an external door open. The judges felt this was “a clever integration which goes beyond the client’s brief”.

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