Rediscover the Fine Art of Listening to Music
Do you really enjoy your music? Do you ever listen to it exclusively, while doing nothing else? Sure, music may be great background if you work in an environment where you can use headphones or a speaker. It can motivate you for your run or workout. It can be relaxing when preparing dinner in the kitchen.
But beyond background listening, do you ever just disconnect and get lost in a great album or playlist? That’s what a two-channel audio system is all about – delivering enveloping sound that washes away the day’s stress and lets you revel in the music.
Until recently, the trend in audio has been convenience over quality. Portability of music – as in carrying 10,000 songs in your smartphone or being able to stream 30 million songs over the Internet – took precedence over the quality of the experience. But now the pendulum is swinging back, and people want the convenience of digital music with exceptional audio quality too.
So let’s look at a few options for elevating the music-listening experience at your home in the Philadelphia area.
From Two-Channel Audio to an Immersive 3D System, What Works Best for You?
If you’re reading this, you’re probably considering upgrading your sound system.
You may love music, or you want a versatile system that will sound great for any occasion.
But with so many options, from two-channel audio to surround sound to immersive Dolby Atmos, you may not know which will sound best in your Delaware Valley property.
In this blog, we’ll help clarify some of the ways each system works, so you can make an informed decision.
Ready to learn more? Just keep reading.
Make Sure Your System Sounds Great From Beginning to End
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re a big fan of two-channel audio. That’s great! So are we.
You probably enjoy sitting for hours in a dedicated listening space getting lost in your collection for hours.
But one aspect of the audio system that many homeowners overlook is that it’s more than just a pair of great sounding speakers.
There’s a whole network of devices you need to make the sound impeccable from start to finish.
In this blog, we’ll show you what you need to get the most out of your audio chain, whether you’re listening in a single room or streaming across your entire Bryn Mawr, PA home.
Ready to get started? Just keep reading!
Get Back to Basics With Two-Channel Audio
Did you know that in 1934, Alan Blumlein recorded one of the earliest stereo albums at the world-famous Abbey Road recording studio in London?
And in 1969, the Beatles recorded their final studio album in the same exact place. Also in stereo.
In 35 years, not much had changed about the technology. Both sessions were done as two-channel audio recordings.
Today, musicians still record in two-channels. Why?
In this blog, we’ll try to answer that question. And we’ll also show you why a two-channel set up may be perfect for your Haddonfield, NJ listening room. All you have to do is keep reading.