Connecting Technology to the Human Network

OTS will design, install, and maintain Whole-House audio and business audio systems.   As a licensed contractor specializing in low voltage wiring, we will do a professional install ensuring your system sounds and looks great.  Our staff is professional and knowledgeable with over 10 years combined experience in the field of AV and knows what will work best for your particular needs.

Commercial Audio

We can design, install, and maintain:

  • Nurse call
  • Public Address (PA)
  • Office Buildings
  • Schools
  • Bars / Restaurants
  • and More

Residential (Home) Audio

We can design, install, and maintain:

  • Sound Bars and Subs
  • Full surround sound systems
  • Whole-Home Audio
  • Indoor/Outdoor speakers
  • Home Theater
  • Intercomm System
  • and more

Home Audio Installation: a Whole-House Audio System


Run wire and install speakers and distribution modules so that you can control music by remote control throughout the house.

New high-tech components make it easier than ever to install your own whole-house audio system. We'll tell you what to buy and show you how to run the wires and mount the speakers and controls. The rest is simple plug-in hookups.

By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine

Sonos Buying Guide


What you need for Wireless Audio throughout your home.

by David Brown


Best Home Theater Speaker Systems: 4 Things to Know


by Dave Gans; October 14, 2014

If you’re wanting better sound quality from your entertainment system, chances are you need to add a home theater system. The truth is that even the best high-def TVs are seriously lacking when it comes to speaker capability since they’ve become so slim over time. At the end of the day, they simply can’t deliver the clarity of voice in the softest whisper, or those deep, explosive lows that’ll bring your favorite action movies to life. The same goes for the full-range sound effects that only surround sound speakers can deliver.

Before deciding on which home theater speaker system is right for you, here are four things to consider: