whole house music system

 

In our last blog on whole house audio we covered exactly what you need to enjoy music in your smart home-a control system, a strong network, and an easy-to-use interface. This time around we’ll expand on the different ways you can listen to music in your Southern Maine home with a whole house music system. Continue reading to find out.
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Purchase a Dolby Atmos-enabled Sound System for Your Home Theater
There is nothing like experiencing your favorite movie with incredible sound. Sure you could use your Sonos wireless speakers or standard sound bar to enjoy your flick, but you will enjoy your experience even more by purchasing a Dolby Atmos speaker system. Specifically for your dedicated home theater or media room, this 3D audio system actually separates audio tracks and moves them in a three-dimensional space to mimics real-life sound. For example, in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, you can hear the sound of blaster shots moving around you—above, below, and behind you. We can install as many speakers as you want in your home theater and make them invisible to the naked eye or visible so you can show them off to guests. Add this special sound equipment to your smart home, and you’ll notice the incredible difference in sound quality.
Place 2-channel Loudspeakers in a Listening Room
While surround sound is especially ideal for video, 2-channel speakers play back sound in a stereo format. Most music files have been recorded in stereo, meaning that the sound elements have been mixed for a left and right speaker. Buy two hi-fi loudspeakers for a listening room, like a man cave, game room, or bedroom and enjoy sound of the highest quality. Two-channel speakers mimic the experience you’d have at a concert facing the stage. Once you have two speakers in place, you can relax to your favorite concerto or have a dance party with some loud rock music with your whole house music system.
Install in-wall Speakers in Every Space for Multi-room Music
You won’t sacrifice sound quality just because you put them in the walls. Sonance in-wall and in-ceiling speakers give you hi-fi sound and a simple and clean aesthetic. The invisible series is completely hidden to the naked eye because it’s covered with a thin layer of drywall and paint, whereas the architectural series can be seen, but they are still not very noticeable. Your speakers can even be the same size and shape as your ceiling lights so that they all look uniform and organized. You’ll be able to walk throughout your home and hear even sound distribution so that one corner isn’t louder than the center. With a complete smart home control system you can listen to the radio, Internet streaming services, and your own personal music collection. Select your playlist on a tablet or smartphone and go about your daily activities and entertain guests. You won’t regret investing in a whole house music system for every occasion and every room.
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4 comments on “3 Ways to Enjoy Your Whole House Music System

  • I appreciate your tip about buying 2-channel loudspeakers. This makes sense, and I am picky when it comes to listening to music. If I am going to play anything, I want it to be the best quality possible. Do you have any suggestions of brands to buy? Thank you for all of your sound system tips, I will definitely keep these in mind!

  • I can’t imagine how awesome it would be to get an Atmos system in my home theater. My home theater is pretty simple, but it could use some audio upgrades. I would like to get better speakers for the theater, and music speakers throughout the house. This may be a job for a professional, though, since I don’t know enough about it to install them to optimize sound on my own.

  • Thank you for talking about the choice of installing in-wall speaker for your house. I can definitely see how this can help you create a better atmosphere in a room as well as having a great design. I would want to hire someone who has the expertise and the tools to help me get the most out of my sound systems.

  • This is some great advice for how to get a whole house audio system set up. It sounds pretty complicated, especially since it can differ so much with placement in different homes. I think it may be worth hiring some audio system installers to help you get the most out of speaker and wire placement in your home.

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