Whether you’re cleaning your kitchen, enjoying a glass of wine after a long day or entertaining your friends, music makes your home a livelier and more enjoyable place to be. Given all the ways audio can enhance both everyday activities and special occasions, why not make it as easy as possible to listen to your audio of choice anywhere in your home?
This is where whole home audio systems come into play. Using a network of speakers connected by sophisticated software, your music can follow you around your home with ease. There are additional benefits as well. Want to know more about whole home audio for your Chicago home? Keep reading.
Switching among multiple home audio sources is often inconvenient. Having multiple audio sources often means you’re also switching between different remotes. Whole home audio systems resolve these issues by streamlining your various audio sources under the control of one device.
You’re no longer bound to one room when you use whole home audio. Your central control switch may be in your media room or home theater, but you can connect speakers to that switch from anywhere using a wireless or hard-wired connection. Now your music seamlessly follows you from room to room.
For more variety in your audio offerings, we can design your whole home audio system to include multiple zones. With multiple audio zones, you can enjoy different audio in each of those areas. No more fighting among family members for who gets to listen to their favorite music; everyone can listen to what they want.
Tired of listening to the same songs or albums? Many whole home audio solutions expand your musical library by integrating streaming music services. Platforms like Spotify, Pandora and Apple Music provide a nearly endless buffet of audio content. You also control these services from the same device you use to manage your personal library, which keeps things simple.
On the other hand, if your album collection is gathering dust, streaming music is much more convenient. Whole home audio can resuscitate your collection because your speakers don’t need to be in the same room as your CD player or turntable. Streaming services have many songs, but they don’t have everything; whole home audio makes it much easier to enjoy buried gems from your archive.
Combining your home’s automation systems into a cohesive whole dramatically increases what your devices are capable of.
One example of this is integrating your audio system with your security system. Say you’re hanging out in your kitchen, bedroom or some other area far away from your front door with your music playing. If someone knocks at your door, you can pause the music, see who’s at the door using your doorbell and unlock the door remotely from one device in seconds. Without integrated systems, this task becomes much more complex and time-consuming.
Interested in seeing all the ways multi-room audio can improve how you listen to music? Call us today at (630) 898-2850. You can also fill out our contact form online.