Tyler Lantzy

In his more than 10 years of teaching architects and interior designers the basics of low-voltage technology, Josh Christian has learned some critical lessons: First, say “drapery,” never “drapes.”

“I’m kind of a show off. I guess it’s just something you’re born with,” says Tyler Lantzy, a Colorado A/V dealer who’s been evangelizing home theater in furniture stores and community centers around Boulder, CO, the last couple years. Lantzy, the owner of SaaviHome (“Saavi” is an acronym for security, automation, A/V, and integration), has an extensive background in IT training. He once started and later sold a company that ran classes, seminars and conferences around teaching tech. So, it’s been natural for him to employ those same skills in the home theater industry. “I just needed a venue,” he says,

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