Rayva Simplifies Home Theater Design With 15 Complete, Pre-Packaged Rooms - Twice

Rayva Turns Up The Volume On Turnkey Home Theater At CEDIA

Offers 15 complete, pre-packaged rooms
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Rayva and its vendor partners participated in a Friday morning demo event at CEDIA 2018. On hand in their $200,000 pre-packaged home theater were, from left, Rayva president George Walter; Josh.ai CEO Alex Capecelatro; Origin Acoustics spokesman David Donald; Rayva founder Theo Kalomirakis; and Rayva's newly appointed CEO Vincent Bruno. 

Rayva and its vendor partners participated in a Friday morning demo event at CEDIA 2018. On hand in their $200,000 pre-packaged home theater were, from left, Rayva president George Walter; Josh.ai CEO Alex Capecelatro; Origin Acoustics spokesman David Donald; Rayva founder Theo Kalomirakis; and Rayva's newly appointed CEO Vincent Bruno. 

Call it home theater made easy. 

In effort to simplify the home theater design process for both dealers and their customers, Valhalla, N.Y.-based Rayva has come up with a novel concept: pull together all the components, designs, engineering elements and pricing for 15 complete, pre-packaged rooms that can be sold neatly from the showroom floor.

Participating vendors include Origin Acoustics (cabinet speakers); Barco Residential (projectors); Stewart Filmscreen (projection screens); Josh.ai (voice assistant and remotes); Fortress Seating (theater seating); AudioControl (amps); and Middle Atlantic (racks).

A pre-packaged Rayva room

A pre-packaged Rayva room

Retails for the complete home theater packages range from $68,000-$250,000, excluding installation, and can accommodate room sizes from 12 x 16 ft. up to 18 x 23 ft. or more.

Clients can choose their home theater from an online configurator, and can demo it virtually through VR goggles or 360-degree views on a computer screen. Installation takes one day.

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 Rayva also provides dealers with local marketing support, and "a substantial discount" on showroom or model-home displays, president George Walter said.

"It's all about simplifying the process," he told attendees at a Friday morning CEDIA event. "We sell the entire room; it's a collaborative effort."

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