The whole-house audio system
Multi-Room Audio has a simply philosophy – to provide you with a centralised, easy to use control to distribute and listen to different music (or audio), from different sources, in different rooms at the same time.
Although the concept has been around for quite some time, it is only now that this kind of audio system has become more popular and more affordable.
Today, multiple companies offer the same multi-room systems at different rates, making it harder for homeowners to decide which one is right for their space. It’s why you need professional and reliable multi-room audio system installers like Decorum! Our specialists can provide honest advice, and swift and easy installation services, at affordable prices.
Why Choose Multi-Room Audio Systems?
Multi-room audio allows you to listen to music in several rooms. Based on your selection of the system, you will either be able to play different songs in different rooms at the same time, the same music in all rooms, or just a few simultaneously. In other words, it provides you with a centralised, easy to use control to distribute and listen to different music (or audio), from different sources, in different rooms at the same time.
The biggest benefits of installing multi-room audio systems are their increased accessibility across a variety of budgets, and their ease of installation with minimum disruption. Moreover, they also come as wireless solutions, meaning no cables and no clutter! The most popular systems include Sonos, Nuvo, Opus, Control4, Aton, Squeezebox, Systemline, Bose, Cambridge Audio, Apple Airplay, and more.
How Can Decorum Help?
Decorum is one of the most reliable and experienced multi-room audio system installers in Leicestershire. We have helped transform several homes into smart homes by installing the most advanced security, audio, video and other entertainment devices. We ensure that your home gets the best multi-room audio systems.
Where to begin
- Streaming service on your phone or tablet such as Spotify, Napster.
- CD Player
- Your music collection on a Network-attached storage (NAS) Drive.
- Your Radio System
- How many rooms (or audio zones) do you wish the audio to be distributed to?
- Where are each of these zones located within your home?
Any room in the house including showers and bathrooms, gardens and outbuildings.
- Floor standing
- Where will the Multi-Room Audio control equipment be located?
- Where is the Node Zero? It is a convenient centralised area that houses the key sources such as your CD player, the amplifier(s)/control matrix for your speakers and any control matrix that allows you to switch between sources and control the volume of sound.
If you require more information or a FREE site visit to provide guidance on our Multi-Room Media options including Multi-Room Audio and Multi-Room Video options available.