How to Choose the Right Speakers for Your Whole Home Audio

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Explore the Benefits of Architectural, Floor Standing, Wireless and Bookshelf Speakers

Not all speakers are built the same. Each is made for a specific purpose. Similarly, everyone listens to music differently. Researching speakers shouldn't be all about looking at specs explaining power, quality and tonality. Start by figuring out which models make the most sense according to your unique musical inclinations.

Some people pay a premium on hi-fi sound with dedicated listening spaces to sit down with their favorite recordings. To others, music is simply a passive soundtrack in the background as they go about their day. In this blog, we'll outline four popular speaker types. Knowing better than anyone how you listen to music in your Baton Rouge, LA home, it’ll be easy for you to figure out which is the best option for your whole home audio.

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Architectural Speakers

Designed to disappear into your walls and ceilings, architectural speakers are often the go-to option for whole home audio solutions. You can listen to music everywhere without having to worry about speakers crowding your décor. Have our audio experts professionally lay these out, so you get a uniform sound as you move throughout a room or from room to room. Control4 then makes it easy to choose where you want to play music, change tracks, and adjust volume as needed without needing direct access to the speakers.

Floor Standing Speakers

When you picture a traditional loudspeaker, these are likely the ones you have in mind. If you’re a true audiophile, floor standing speakers are the only option for your stereo system. Focal, Bowers & Wilkins, and Sonus Faber all carry flagship models with little coloration, precise soundstage imaging, a wide frequency range and powerful sound. Explore our various options to find the ideal one depending on your style preferences, room limitations and budget considerations.

Wireless Speakers

Wireless speakers offer the most accessible entrance into whole home audio. Since you can link speakers throughout the house without extensive wiring, these are great for retrofit projects. Models from our audio partners deliver the utmost quality and link up easily with Spotify, Pandora, and Apple Music. Even connect them to your digital library, CD player or turntable.

Bookshelf Speakers

Do you want to keep speakers on display but have some space limitations? Small bookshelf speakers from our high-end audio partners deliver powerful sound even within their compact designs. Have these placed on your media furniture, by your bedside, or mounted on the walls. Craft elegant solutions without sacrificing your sound quality with options available in various finishes and colors.

  Even though one speaker type may stand out more than the others, it’s worth noting that most whole home audio solutions include a mix of these. Do you want to talk to one of our specialists to figure out which options are the best for you? Reach out by calling (225) 906.2589, filling out our contact form or chatting with us below.

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