Pyramid Opens New Plymouth Showroom

Pyramid has opened its new Plymouth showroom with all the pomp and ceremony that you would expect from an award-winning home technology firm.

The showroom is being billed as the most advanced in the South West by Pyramid’s top brass, and is designed to give visitors the ability to try out the latest in high-end home entertainment systems, as well as other smart home technologies.

Those visiting the Pyramid showroom in Plymouth will also get the opportunity to check out a two-seater Dolby Atmos home cinema which packs an almighty punch. This cinema will allow visitors to fully immerse themselves in the quality Pyramid has to offer.

Nic Black, managing director of Pyramid, says, “What we are seeing more and more is homeowners turning to high-end technology as a lifestyle choice.

“People want to create an environment to relax and spend quality time with family and friends. It is becoming increasingly popular for homeowners across the UK to embrace the idea of home cinemas and media rooms, not only for viewing films but for enhancing sporting events and gaming experiences.

“Homeowners are recognising the desirability for this high-end technology and are also seeing an uplift in the value of their property as a result.”

Nic concludes, “Our showroom is designed to illustrate to people what it is possible to do, and visitors so far have been amazed by what we have on display.”

The new showroom was officially launched with a VIP event and among those attending was Hilary Broadley, managing director of Broadley Speaking, a successful specialist company in out-sourced new business development.

After experiencing the home cinema for herself, Hilary, says, “I think this showroom is amazing. It’s just fantastic for a business like this to be in Plymouth. I expect people do not realise the level of expertise they can get right on their doorstep. It’s leading edge stuff.”

Gordon McCaw, of Mark Holt & Co, Plymouth based accountants, adds, “The cinema room blew me away and left me feeling embarrassed about own home entertainment system. I definitely need an upgrade!”

A keen gamer, Jasper Martin, aged 14, watched in amazement as the Star Wars demonstration emerged on the 120in cinema screen. He said: “It was amazing. I’d love to be able to play my games in a room like that.”

Pyramid also recently added two more accolades to its collection at this year’s CEDIA industry awards.

The firm won ‘Best Home Cinema’ for what judges described as its ‘technically perfect’ Dolby Atmos 9.2.6 private cinema installed in a house in Cambridge.

It was also crowned the best in the industry for its unique, integrated lighting and control installation, incorporated in a multi-million pound residential development in Scotland.

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