What Should You Listen to with Your Whole Home Audio?

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Create the Perfect Soundtrack for Any Activity in Your Home 

How often do you sit in your home in complete silence? It may be necessary after a particularly rough day at work or a tough time getting the kids to sleep. But, for the most part, people like to have a little distraction. It’s usually in the form of background audio, whether leaving a news show on in the living room or having some music playing in the kitchen. 

That is why our whole home audio solutions are so popular among our clients throughout Tampa, FL. At the press of a button, they can get any source –music, podcast, or sports broadcast–playing in any room. 

We give our clients access to so many possibilities they end up with the opposite problem: how to choose from all the choices in the palm of their hand. We figured we’d help out with some recommendations for some everyday activities. 

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McIntosh Brings Your High-End Audio to the Digital Era

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Enhance Your Hi-Fi Setup With McIntosh’s MA12000 Integrated Amplifier 

Like most audiophiles, we believe analog is king when it comes to high-end audio. But embracing the supremacy of analog doesn’t mean putting up with subpar performance when it comes to your digital collection. Some of our favorite audio manufacturers know this and have invested time and money in developing solutions catering to both options. 

McIntosh’s MA1200 is the brand’s most powerful integrated amplifier, designed as an all-in-one option for discerning listeners. It’s not just the 350 watts per channel that makes this a go-to choice for the modern audiophile. Explore why we recommend this amplifier to our New Orleans, LA, clients below. 

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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.

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The Keys to Achieving the Best Sound for Your Multi-Room Audio System

When It Comes to Multi-Room Sound Systems, You Shouldn’t Compromise

As audio installation experts, clients typically come to us with many questions.

Here’s one we often hear: “Do I have to sacrifice sound quality to enjoy a multi-room speaker setup?”

It’s a common misconception that multi-room audio systems feature diminished sound quality. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Below, we explore the keys to achieving the best sound quality for the multi-room sound system in your home in the New Orleans area.

Just keep reading to find out more.

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