Are You Comfortable With Your Sound System?
Don’t Let Poor Audio Distribution Drive You Out of Your Home
Have you ever put on a pair of old jeans only to find that they’re too tight? You might wear them for a while but eventually you realize they’re too uncomfortable.
Comfort is a huge factor when you choose anything in your life – even if it seems perfect, like jeans you used to love.
The same goes for the AV in your home. You don’t want a sound system that’s uncomfortable to listen to. And most of the time it’s not about finding the perfect components. It’s about designing an audio distribution system with no hot spots or dead zones.
If you want to know how you can improve the sonic experience in your New York City property, this is the blog for you. Read on for more.
Location, Location, Location
If you’ve ever dealt with a real-estate agent, you’ve probably heard them talk about the importance of location. Distance to quality food, good schools and other important places is a key concept when you’re property-hunting.
And it’s true of what’s inside your home as well. You probably don’t want a couch that blocks a walkway, or a cabinet that bangs into the fridge when you open the door.
So why would you want speakers that blast in one area of your room but can’t be heard in another?
The location of your speakers is essential to how comfortable you are with your audio system and how to avoid any sonic dead zones.
If you’re enjoying a two-channel system in your listening room, you’ve probably positioned the dual floor standing speakers in front of your seating area for impactful staging.
On the other hand, if you’re in your dining room, you’ll want many speakers hidden within the ceiling, evenly placed throughout the space. You can play the music at a reasonable volume, but still hear it clearly.
In your outdoor sound systems, you don’t want just a few speakers mounted on outer walls. You want to surround your yard and patio with a perimeter of sound.
Accessing Your System
A big part of the comfortable sound system is easy access. You don’t want to have to get off the couch every time you want to change the playlist.
Mobile access is key. Selecting your tunes from a smartphone or touch panel tablet is a fun, easy way to enjoy the kind of music you want to hear.
An expertly designed audio system makes it easy to find the tracks you want, group them together and play them throughout any area of your home.
It’s a more comfortable way to listen.
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