New systems make it easier to listen in every room. But is it worth it?
TAGS: Bowers and Wilkins | Sonos | Wireless
For years, audio experts have held on to a simple truth: if you want to add multi-room audio to your Plano, TX property, you’ll need a hardwired system to get the best quality. But it’s 2020, and there have been plenty of advancements in wireless technology and decompressed music storage. So, do you still need a hardwired system to get the most out of it? In this blog, we’ll explore the surprisingly complicated answer. Ready to learn more? Keep reading.
Comparing Three Approaches to Whole Home Audio
TAGS: Hi-Fi Audio | music streaming | Whole Home Audio
You’re an audiophile. Or an audio enthusiast. Or perhaps you’re not into labels; you just love music, and you like to fill your home with it. You may want to know about some of the options currently available or perhaps your Highland Park house was wired for multiroom audio years ago, but you might be looking to upgrade the speakers and the system to bring it to the state of the art standards in digital music and wireless control.
So where do you start? We’ll break down two popular approaches. But we won’t tell you any of these solutions are better than the other; it depends on your goals, your tastes, and the layout of your home, among other factors. Let’s take a closer look.