What Is Whole-Home Audio & How Does It Work?
How to Bring High-Fidelity Music to Every Room
Whenever you visit a restaurant, bar, or store, odds are there will be a sound system playing high-fidelity music across the building. Did you know you can bring the same music synchronization to your St. Louis, MO, house with a whole-home speaker system?
So whether you love classic rock or classical music, you can enjoy audio wherever you roam with a multi-room sound system. Here's how whole-home audio works and will enhance your everyday life.
What Is Whole-Home Audio?
A whole-home audio system uses a centralized controller to sync speakers across your house, making music a more integral part of your life. You can enjoy subtle background music or your favorite podcasts in each room without it ever falling out of earshot.
How Does It Work?
Whole-home audio uses a smart controller or multi-source receiver to send signals to amplifiers across your house. From there, amplifiers will connect to your loudspeakers, and you can switch between audio sources from your phone, tablet, remote, or wall switch. So whether you're playing TV audio, Spotify, a CD, a record player, or a digital library, you're the DJ of your whole-home system.
Should I Use a Wired or Wireless System?
You can use either wired or wireless speakers in a whole-home system. Wired speakers are typically considered more reliable than wireless models. But if you go the wireless route, we recommend using Wi-Fi-supported speakers, as Wi-Fi carries signals further than Bluetooth.
If you're undergoing a renovation or new home build, that's the perfect opportunity to install data and power wiring for whole-home audio. Then you'll be free to enjoy music in every room, from the bathroom to the kitchen and the backyard, too!
Interested in whole-home audio? AV Experts in St. Louis designs and installs custom AV systems tailored to your needs. Call (314) 208-9630 to learn more and get a free consultation today!
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