It’s the perfect smart home starter set designed for an exceptional one-room entertainment experience. Connect and automate all of the gear around the TV with just one remote that features a low-profile charging cradle to keep remotes continuously charged. This bundle delivers a beautiful, intuitive, and responsive on-screen user-interface, giving users the ability to control virtually everything in an entry-level Control4 system. It is the perfect price to start experiencing smarter living.

Touch Screen

This Control4® kit provides a wall box (back box) to accommodate the installation of a 5” and 7” In-Wall Touch Screen including the 7” In-Wall Touch Screen with Camera. The kit is intended for new construction where drywall is not yet in place. Along with the back box, the kit contains a stud plate for attachment to a wall stud prior to drywall installation.
The Control4® Tabletop Touch Screen delivers always-on, dedicated, and mobile control over all the technology in your home or business. Featuring a gorgeous new tablet design and stunning high-resolution graphics.


With more reliance on wireless devices—speakers, phones, tablets, laptops, etc.—choosing the correct Access Point (AP) for a project can make or break performance. First look at overall speed, denoted as a, b, g, n, or ac. AC is the fastest, with potential speeds of up to a gigabit. The antenna array is denoted as 2x2, 3x3, etc. A simple rule of thumb: The more antennas, the more overall devices and traffic your network can handle. Range is another important consideration, and varies wildly among manufacturers—the greater the range, the less APs will be required. Next, look at project-specific features: is this a business install that requires features like plenum rated housing or RADIUS integration? Finally, consider the number of APs you’ll be installing: Inclusion of a Wireless Controller greatly reduces configuration difficulty and keeps the network optimized in installations with multiple APs.


Switches come with many shapes, sizes, port counts, and features—all of which are important things to take into consideration when purchasing a switch. Unmanaged switches are simple to install—just plug and play. Managed switches have configuration options, allowing for enhanced traffic management and network optimization. PoE and PoE+ switches are able to power connected devices without additional AC power—ideal for devices like security cameras, VoIP phones, and touch panels, and even certain switches. Powered by PoE switches take standard PoE power—no AC required.