The NCAA March Madness Tournament is set to kick off its Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight rounds this weekend, and “Madness” barely begins to explain the way the tournament has gone so far. March Madness is revered like a holiday by college basketball fans across the country, and with the weaker teams eliminated, the Cinderella stories underway, and the championship on the line, things are really heating up. Make sure you’re able to enjoy the remainder of the tourney in style with your smart home theater system.
Smart Home Theater Systems Are the Top Seed
If we were to create an entertainment technology tournament bracket, smart home theaters would certainly be ranked at the top. There are plenty of comparisons to be drawn between a home theater system and this year’s top overall seed Kansas Jayhawks. Just like Kansas’ Perry Ellis is the star of the show on the court, the Smart TV is the star of the show in the smart home. Drawing everyone’s attention with its flash and intelligence, your Smart TV can be controlled from your smartphone or tablet and adds the functionality of hundreds of great apps. Perry Ellis probably can’t be controlled by your smartphone. Smart homes outscore Kansas and take the victory.
Unconnected Means Unsuccessful
As the Spartans of Michigan State can tell you, being highly touted does not always lead to success. Arguably talented enough for a #1 seed (but shunned with a #2), and featuring Player of the Year candidate Denzel Valentine, the Spartans were eliminated in the first round by #15 seed Middle Tennessee when the team failed to connect. They couldn’t work together, and never held a lead during the game. For a team that frequented conversation of potential champions, the first-round ousting was a bummer to say the least. Without a smart home and a solid home entertainment system, you may feel similarly bummed out. Connecting all of your devices into one cohesive and smart home theater system allows for an easier and overall better experience in home entertainment. Unconnected home entertainment is generally inefficient, and you likely aren’t getting the most out of your investments without tech integration. Michigan State (and unconnected home entertainment) falls to the champion: smart home technology.
The tournament will be winding down over the next couple weekends. Check out our blog post on hosting a smart Super Bowl party for tips on using your home technology integration to your advantage when you invite everyone over for the remaining games. Oh, one last thing: Go Terps!
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