Our favorite portable listening devices

These days many of us carry entire music libraries in our portable devices, so we have rounded up three of our favorite ways to share our wonderful collections with family and friends. Introducing the Bose SoundTouch Portable, coming in at 5.8 x 9.8 x 2.5 inches and just over 3 pounds. The Bose SoundTouch portable…

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Sony Hi-Res Audio and Ultra HD 4K Displays

Audio and video enthusiasts everywhere are filled with joy by the studio-quality sound and theater quality graphics they can now enjoy at home with their High-Res Audio products and their Ultra HD 4K displays by Sony. The Sony High-Res Music System comes with a 1TB hard drive and built in Wi-Fi, but it doesn’t stop…

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Take it Outdoors!

Add to your home’s living space by bringing your audio and video entertainment outdoors! Outdoor living is in vogue. In climates ranging from the southwest deserts to the colder climates of the upper plains and Northeast, many homeowners are investing in outdoor spaces to enjoy year-round outdoor living. These spaces are just as much a…

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MMVS Fourth of July Party!

  You’re invited to Mountain Multi-Vision & Sound’s fourth of July party! Come socialize, eat, drink and be merry as we show our appreciation to all our favorite people! Join us after the Breckenridge parade in our show room at 100 N. Main St. Suite 205 – we’ll have hamburgers, hotdogs, beer and wine! Don’t forget…

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  The extremely cool 50th Anniversary Limited Edition MC-275 is in at Mountain Multi-vision and Sound.  Come in and see this beautiful piece from McIntosh Laboratories.  We only have two left in stock so be one of the lucky people to own this stylish, retro amplifier from the world’s leading stereo company.  The best part…

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There are two things I crave at the end of a long, hard day at working the Consumer Electronics Show: a comfortable seat and a good laugh. A typical day at CES includes waiting in endless lines for a taxi (to get to your next appointment), to ride the elevator, get food and see demonstrations…

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Best New TVs from CES TVs still dominate CES January 17, 2012 | by Grant Clauser  (gclauserehpubcom)    Ultrabooks and tablets and other portable cellphone nonsense aside, the coolest products of CES 2012 are always the TVs. Let’s face it—the biggest gadget in the house (unless you have a walk-in freezer) is probably your TV. It’s also the…

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In a recent windstorm in Breckenridge, CO the KBCO radio tower was completely blown down.  The top wind speed recorded during the storm was 125mph!  Mountain Multi-vision and Sound owner Colin Scollard took his snowmobile to the top of Mount Baldy to check out the damage and recommend how to repair the tower.

Have you always thought remote control shades were only for the very wealthy?  Not anymore!  LUTRON, the industry leader in lighting technology, has introduced an affordable , energy saving automatic cellular shade.  These wireless shades run on a battery that has an amazing 3 year life span.  A honyecomb design provides greater insulation, while a…

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10 Hot Home Automation Trends The latest buzz when it comes to managing and controlling your home. Crestron’s UFO-like touchscreen remote November 11, 2010 | by Lisa Montgomery  (lmontgomeryehpubcom)   Home automation, or home control as it’s also called, is constantly changing. And like most technologies, it improves with age. It gets smarter, less expensive and easier to…

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