08 November 2016
For Wireless Audio, Choose the Professional Touch
High-End Wireless Audio Installation Raises the Standard for Music Enjoyment
Wireless audio systems have come a long way in the last decade. Instead of bulky, unreliable devices, you can now get an elegant system that provides high-fidelity music at the push of a button. Many homeowners opt for a “plug and play” system that gives instant access to music. However, if you want to go beyond basic capabilities and create a listening environment perfectly suited to your home’s acoustics and décor, then a professional installation is the way to go. Keep reading to learn how a professional audio installation goes above and beyond for luxury homes in the Baltimore, MD area.
Is Your Network Up to the Task?
Even the highest quality wireless audio system won’t work well if you place it in an area without a strong wireless signal. If you want a true multi-room system that provides effortless enjoyment of music in every area of your home, then the audio installation starts with your network. A professional audio installer will assess your network and identify any wireless dead spots that might inhibit access to your music system. Using wireless boosters, additional routers, and other networking devices, the professional will ensure you have complete Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home.
Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind
While some homeowners don’t mind having audio equipment in plain sight, others prefer to keep their home décor uncluttered by wires, speakers, and remotes. With a professional installation, you don’t have to compromise on interior design in order to get high-fidelity music in each room. By running cords through the walls, installing in-wall or in-ceiling speakers, enabling music control right from your smartphone, and using an audio distribution system to place audio equipment in utility closets or other rooms, you get all the benefits of high-end audio with none of the visual drawbacks.
Perfect Acoustics in Every Room
Creating that perfect listening environment requires more than just high-quality equipment. You also need to consider speaker placement within each room. Acoustics are going to be different in every space—furniture, room layout, types of décor, and more will all impact how the music sounds. During the installation process, your audio professional will test each room’s acoustics, figure out the best speaker placement and settings, and then conduct a final optimization after installation to ensure that the speakers create pure, uncompromising music no matter where you are in the room.
If music is important to you, you shouldn’t settle for a basic wireless audio system. To learn more about the possibilities for an audio system that is perfectly suited to your home’s décor, acoustics, and style, contact a local Bravas partner today.