Fans of music today have more options than ever when it comes to what they listen to and how they do it. Whether you want to stream from an online library of millions of songs, access your own private collection, carry it with you or get it remotely, there’s virtually no limit to your options. In this blog, we’ll explore how you can integrate a whole home audio system that allows you to stream music to any area of your property with ease. Read on to learn more.
True audiophiles know there’s only one way to enjoy their music: with a classic two-channel stereo system in a dedicated listening room. A two-channel setup is the classic stereo configuration, featuring two freestanding speakers facing toward the listener. Quality speakers create a robust soundstage between them, allowing the listener to feel as though they’re right in the middle of the action.
But a listening room is about more than the stereo setup: it’s a space specifically designed to optimize your auditory experience. This may include acoustic treatments and soundproofing, so you can listen as loudly as you want to without suffering through echoes or annoying your neighbors because of sound bleed. A listening room is the perfect place to enjoy your favorite music the way it was meant to be heard.
No matter how much you may want to, you can’t spend every waking moment inside your listening room. But there’s good news: you can take the music with you throughout your home. Audio distribution technology has grown quite a bit over the years, so you can stream even-sounding tunes anywhere you go around your property.
We have invisible speakers that sit within the walls or ceiling and offer top sound quality whether you’re in the kitchen, dining room, bedroom or living room. They’re designed to disappear within their enclosures so you never have to look at clunky components or deal with wall clutter that can disrupt the aesthetic of your spaces.
Additionally, professional integrators can distribute the speaker components so that you never hear more than you want to. Whether you’re standing directly beneath a speaker or across the room from one, you should hear the same even levels for a more enjoyable experience.
There’s still lots more to learn about whole home audio. If you still have questions, contact Sound and Theater today by filling out this form or by giving us a call at 716-632-2790. Plus, don’t forget to check back on our blog every month for more information on how you can enjoy your smart home technology!