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Post 2 made on Tuesday January 30, 2018 at 21:19
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May 2003
Yes, I encourage clients to leave as much “obsolete” equipment with the house as possible. I explain that the equipment may have been state of the art two or three years ago, but it is now so obsolete that bits and pieces will be difficult to deal with in the new setting. Of course, there may be exceptions — such as Sonos and devices containing music and film libraries.

If you have a high end control, network, and power management installed, it might be tempting to ship that to the new location, but will the current system work without these components? Are you going out to CA to set-up the system? If these components are shipped, the customer will need to find an installer who can work with all of the components, not just a few.

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