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Can Your Multi-Room Audio Sound Better?

Can Your Multi-Room Audio Sound Better?

4 Ways to Improve Your Whole Home System

Whether your Dallas, TX home already has a multi-room audio system, or you’re thinking of installing one, you’ll want to make sure it’s working to it’s fullest potential. Many factors can affect your audio. If the quality of your sound is faltering, it can seem daunting to find the problem. In this article, we will cover four places you can make an adjustment to improve your home’s system. Continue reading to learn more.

The Cables

If you’ve had a multi-room audio system for a while, and the sound starts to diminish, it might be time to check the cables. The problem with audio cables usually doesn’t lie with wear and tear (although that could pose an issue), but the signal could be weakening. The signal between the speakers and the source can degrade over time. The issue is usually related to the length of the cable, especially if you’ve extended the cable with splicers. Getting new cables probably won’t help. Instead, with the aid of an audio professional, it might be time to reconfigure the connection, remove the splicers, and shorten the distance between the components.

Another issue could be that the individual components don’t perfectly mesh. If you’re building a new audio system, working with a professional can ensure that each individual piece of equipment has the capability to connect to the others. They will also ensure that the cables are as short as possible. That way, you should minimize the possibility of this issue right from the start.

The Equalizer

Think of the equalizer as the fine-tuner. It allows you to set your unique level preferences, so if you prefer a stronger bass, your system will reflect that. Many times these preferences will depend on the music that you’re listening to. As you switch between tracks, you’ll want an easy way to make adjustments. Smart equalizers allow you to make these changes right from the couch using your smartphone or tablet. If you don’t have this feature, consider upgrading, or ask your installer to include it.

SEE ALSO: 5 Steps to Building a High-Performance Audio System

The Speakers

Besides simply choosing the best product on the market, how the speakers are laid out can also impact the sound. Working with an A/V professional during installation will ensure that the layout is sending sound in from all directions and not simply one. The professional will take your seating into account, so if you’ve redesigned your room, it may be affecting how you’re hearing your music. If things don’t sound as good as they once did, it may be time to realign your speakers.


If you have multiple speakers, you have multiple channels. Using a crossover, you can select which sound is coming out of which channel. During the installation or your upgrade, the audio professional can place some speakers on the high sounds and others on the lows. This will create a truly dynamic sonic experience. You’ll want to make sure that you have your crossover paired with an equalizer for the ultimate control over your sound.

Remember, the way you like your audio to sound is unique to you. Work closely with an audio professional to find the right sound for you. If you have any questions or are ready to improve your audio, contact a local BRAVAS partner today.

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