For those who adopted a home audio system early, the good news is that there are plenty of options available to bring your system up to speed. A lot has changed in the audio industry in the last decade. Gone are the days of CDs and iPods, with people preferring to stream audio wirelessly from their phones, tablets and laptops. Luckily there are ways of updating your existing audio systems and keep enjoying your favourite music.
So you want ceiling speakers in your home but you don’t know where to begin? Ceiling speakers are designed to be a long-lasting audio solution and as such it’s important to think about not only what level of audio quality you desire but also how you want to control your system. This is our simple and easy guide to home audio featuring the top 12 things you need to know to get you started.
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The kitchen, and often a connected dining/living room, is the most popular location for installing ceiling speakers due to the fact that people tend to spend a lot of time at home there. Our customers want to be able to listen to the radio whilst they drink their morning coffee or play their favourite playlist when they cook dinner and ceiling speakers offer a great way of filling the kitchen with high quality audio without taking up any physical space. If you are thinking of installing ceiling speakers for your home, this guide will help you to decide whether you are looking for an active or passive solution, how many speakers you need and which speakers are going to work best for you.
Ceiling speakers are an excellent solution for having audio in the bathroom as it’s not typically a room where you would place a standard speaker. Whether you want to listen to your favourite radio station whilst brushing your teeth in the morning or relax with a podcast in the bath, this guide will help you work out what is going to work best for you and find the perfect bathroom audio solution
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