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What are the Best Speakers for Whole-House Audio? It Depends.

Obtain Ideal Sound Quality from Your Audio Distribution System

What are the Best Speakers for Whole-House Audio? It Depends.

Having a whole-house audio system can transform your listening experience.

Sound can fill any space at your command, and you can enjoy your favorite music from anywhere on your property.

Best of all, you even can customize your system so that it can play different tracks or streams simultaneously throughout several areas of your residence.

Building an entire audio system can be daunting. But one of the most important components of any whole-home sound system is its speakers.

After all, speakers ultimately are how you will listen to your home’s audio. But a one-size-fits-all speaker just doesn’t exist.

Below, we explore several types of speakers that you can include in your Vancouver, WA home, and explain how you can get the best listening experience out of each.

Simply keep reading to find out more.

SEE ALSO: A Quick Guide to Whole House Audio

Choosing the Perfect Speaker

Not only are there several speaker brands on the market, but there also are a variety of speaker types you can choose from.

It can be an overwhelming experience.

We at Room Service Integrated Solutions can recommend the ideal speakers for your home based both on your lifestyle and budget. 

To find the ideal speaker, you first must consider where it will go.

A floorstanding tower speaker, for example, likely won’t fit well in a small space. Floorstanding speakers are best used in large spaces, like a media or great room. Instead, consider a bookshelf speaker – or even an architectural speaker.

Architectural speakers can fit within your home’s walls or ceilings and can blend in with its interior design. Not only are they perfect for small spaces, but they also can be a part of a surround-sound experience within a larger room.

If you want your whole-house audio system to extend beyond your home’s interior, you even can add speakers designed for the outdoors – including ones that blend into your property’s landscaping.

Getting the Best Listening Experience

Choosing the right speaker for any area can be challenging.

Knowing where to place the speaker, how to arrange the wiring and then how to get the most out of the listening experience? That typically is even more difficult.

That’s where we can help. As audio installation experts, we can build an entire sound system customized to your home.

We can work with you to determine which speakers would be best in certain areas and then strategically place them to provide you with the best sound quality from wherever you might be listening from.

Also, we can handle all of the wiring so that you don’t have to worry throughout the installation process.

When the installation is complete, you not only will be able to listen from anywhere in your property, you also will be able to manage your audio system through an easy-to-maneuver interface that you can access through a touchscreen or smartphone or tablet application.

Want to listen to your favorite Spotify playlist in the kitchen while someone else plays a SiriusXM station from the outdoor lounge area? Need to recalibrate a speaker after rearranging the furniture? You easily can do it with a professionally installed audio system.

If you want to learn more about whole-house audio and explore the wide variety of speakers you can include in your Vancouver, WA sound system, we can encourage you to reach out to us.

To get in touch with us, you can either call (503) 598-7380 or fill out a short form by clicking on the button below. We look forward to answering any questions you might have!

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