How a Wireless Audio Setup Benefits Your Living Space
Can you imagine simply pressing a button and hearing your favorite music and media play all throughout your home? That’s the reality that whole home audio creates in your Minneapolis, MN space. And you can take your entertainment to the next level with a Sonos sound system.
In this blog, we dive into what a Sonos setup entails and why it’s best for your home. Want to learn more about the benefits of the system? Just keep reading on below to bring tunes to every part of your property with ease.
You don’t need a large room to enjoy high quality music
When your favorite musician or artist releases a new album or even a hit single, you want to listen to it the way it was meant to be heard – in the highest quality possible. But how can you guarantee that you’ll have an ideal auditory experience every time you turn up the tunes?
We recommend a HiFi stereo system for your Minnetonka, MN property that can accompany your whole home audio and give you the proper atmosphere to enjoy your music and media.
Now you’ll be able to hear your albums and playlists at their best – as if the performer was in the room with you. Want to find out more about how you can take your music-playing to the next level in your own home? Just keep reading on below.
This solution takes your tunes to every last corner of your home
If you love music, then you know how important it is to have the right environment and equipment in order to enjoy any auditory experience to the fullest. So how can you optimize your top-notch home sound system in your Minneapolis, MN property to hear your favorite artists and albums as they should be heard?
In this blog, we’ll dive into how you can install and set up a complete whole home audio system, and how you can play its high-end audio in one room or many. Perfect your home entertainment today – just keep reading below to learn more.
Immerse Yourself in the Music with a Listening Room
Remember the living room, the dining room, the den, and yes, the home theater? Those rooms all seemed to have a specific purpose. The trend in home design has gotten away from that. No, we're not saying houses don't have those rooms anymore. But the trend toward more casual lifestyles has also led to a tendency to more open concept homes, where kitchens may well be the ultimate multi-purpose room, and other rooms pull double or triple duty as well.
In our media-filled world, another trend is to have audio and video entertainment practically everywhere in the home. Your office computer or laptop handily doubles as an entertainment device. Whole home audio setups can put music in every room, and outdoors too. Flat-panel TVs and wireless connections have made it so that you can have one on a wall anywhere - including the kitchen. So we can have our content anywhere and everywhere, but we may be doing more than listening or watching in all of those places - we may be multitasking; cooking, doing homework, returning email and messages, and connecting to our work remotely.
There was a time when things like watching TV or listening to music, were more focused affairs. And a trend is afoot to return to more concentrated enjoyment of content, especially with music. But our homes with their open design and multipurpose rooms tend to limit that. The answer many are turning to is the listening room.
Just what is a listening room? It can be any room in your home where you can comfortably sit - without distraction - and listen to your favorite music. Scientific studies abound about the benefits of music, but you probably don't need the science to know how good music can make you feel - especially when you are relaxed and focused on listening.
If you think that a listening room sounds like an idea whose time has come in your Eden Prairie home - and you want to know more, just read on. We're going to tell you how to transform your music experience with a listening room and great speakers from Bowers and Wilkins (B&W).
Let’s discuss the Sonos/Roku partnership rumors
Earlier this year, Roku introduced its voice-controlled home theatre software. Now there’s speculation that Roku and Sonos will collaborate, creating a system where you can talk to your speakers through Roku voice commands. If it happens, the partnership will bring us a voice-controlled streaming service with superior sound right to your Edina, Minnesota home. Would you make that investment?