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Dennis Hartwick
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  • Vauxhall, NJ
  • United States
  • Audio Video, Home Theater, Home…
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What is your line of work (profession)?
Audio Video, Home Theater, Home Automation
What is your job title or description?
Systems Designer, Sales
Company Name
DH Audio and Home Theater
Your website
Business affiliations
Cedia. Community Builders and Remodelers Association of NJ, NAHB
Brag about yourself - what makes you great at what you do?
Home Theater and high-end music playback are my passion and hobby, and have been all my life. I strive to make every system, and installation, the highest in value it can possibly be. I do this by investigating, in detail, the user's needs (e.g. features, price, timing, support) and the available solutions. Knowing that the system and service that I provided could not have been done better is where I take the greatest satisfaction.
What types of business contacts are you looking to make?
Builders, Interior Designers, Home Improvement Contractors, Cabinetmakers, Architects, IT Professionals, Alarm Systems Integrators, Patient Discharge Planners

Dennis Hartwick's Blog

The Best HDTV Picture, $0 per Month

For now, let's put aside the question of which flat panel or projector gives the best picture.  See  http://www.dhaudioandhometheater.com/blog/2011/03/30/flat-panel-plasma-lcd-led-240mhz-help/ for that discussion as regards flat panels.  For this article, I'm talking about broadcast sources of high definition TV.  While I've never been shown that one cable or satellite provider is better…


Posted on October 18, 2011 at 11:43am

Wireless, Network, & Streaming-Based Audio and Video

Wireless, Network, & Streaming-Based Audio and Video

DH Audio and Home Theater

The cutting edge is the bleeding edge. This is a sentiment I learned from my

colleagues back in my retail sales days. Like any good salespeople, we

wanted our customers to be happy with the audio and video systems we sold them.

For most customers–-users who don’t enjoy breakdowns or glitchy

operation–-that meant selling them systems that did what they were supposed…


Posted on August 15, 2011 at 6:59pm

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