Have you been thinking about having music throughout your home? There are a few ways that you could accomplish that. You could put Bluetooth speakers in different areas or rooms of your house, making sure they are 33 feet away from each other. Or you could get a professionally designed and installed audio system that is made to maximize the performance for each listening area.

If you decide to go with the professionally designed and installed audio system, you can chose a few options; dedicated home theater, media room, TV sound, outside audio, or distributed audio.

There are different high-performance speakers for example:

  • Freestanding towers
  • Bookshelf speakers
  • Invisible in-wall speakers
  • In-ceiling speakers

DEDICATED HOME THEATER

Do you have an extra room that you don’t know what to do with? Do you watch a lot of movies? Well then, a dedicated home theater is probably what you should consider. There main benefit of having a dedicated theater is it will optimally recreate the commercial theater experience.

There are different speakers that you could have installed to give you a different sound. The current reference surround sound standard is Dolby Atmos. This system uses multiple speakers positioned around the listeners with additional speakers placed overhead to create a true surround experience.

MEDIA ROOM

You have thought about it and you don’t have a room in your house to convert into a dedicated home theater but you still want to have a wonderful movie and music experience. What do you do? Well you create a media room. A media room is a multipurpose space to watch movies, sporting events, play games, or have a drink and listen to some music.

Media rooms are generally located in your family room or living room. Because of that you will want your speakers to match your décor. Some speaker companies will match your speakers to your décor, there are also in ceiling or in wall speakers that you can use so they won’t take up floor space.

TV SOUND

As you know the sound that comes out of the tv isn’t that great. It really doesn’t matter how much you spend on or how big your television is the audio that comes out of it will never sound as great as exterior speakers. Because of that we suggest getting a soundbar to go with your television.

A premium soundbar will not only improve your ability to understand dialog, but it can turn a room into a mini theater. Soundbars can sit on a shelf, cabinet, mount on the wall or be attached underneath the television.

OUTSIDE AUDIO

Music can play an important part in creating the perfect atmosphere outside. There are some difficulties with distributing audio outside. One difficulty is creating balance and even sound levels so people sitting near the speakers won’t get deafened. The other difficulty is making the music area, so it doesn’t disturb the neighbors.

A well-designed outdoor audio system can be disguised into your landscape. There are outdoor subwoofers that can be buried in the ground that could provide a concert like audio.

DISTRIBUTED AUDIO

As I have mentioned above about the different types of speakers. The ones most used for a distributed audio system are the in-wall or in-ceiling speakers. Those speakers are typically round speakers, but they do have square adapters and some also come in rectangle.

By creating listening zones and letting each person in the family personalize their own listening are key to getting the most out of your distributed audio system. How it works with zone audio is one person can be in the study listening to soft jazz, another person could be in their room listening to grunge, and another person could be in the kitchen listening to country.

 

Connecting your audio system to your automation system can make it a lot easier to switch from all day entertaining to relaxing. You can even have Alexa programmed for simple tasks as well, like changing the lighting, turning down the music, adjust your shades, and set your thermostat.

 

About the Author

Experience Audio Video has been serving Orange County and Area since 1999 for residential and commercial audio, video and security camera  installation services. 5 Star Yelp Ratings, Thousands of Referrals, there is not a better choice than Brian Chappell and the Experience Audio Video Team (License #804783). One phone call and you will know right away the difference in working with Experience Audio Video vs. others in the area. Contact us now at 714-744-4455 or info@eav-inc.com for a Free Consultation.