Your Atlanta Home Will Sing with Control4 Multi-Room Music
TAGS: Control4 | Sound System | Whole Home Audio
The benefits of a whole home audio system are endless, especially when you’re a music fanatic. Whether you have tens of thousands of songs in your personal collection or you’re a fan of streaming music apps, Control4 gives you the power to control your entire Atlanta, GA home’s musical experience with a button tap on a touch panel, keypad, remote, iPad or your smartphone.
You’ll be able to group your audio by room, stream through Pandora, and connect via AirPlay in no time! In this blog, we present a starter’s guide to controlling your home audio with a Control4 system. Keep reading to find out more.
Fill Your Home with Your Favorite Holiday Playlists
TAGS: control4 audio distribution | holiday music | sonos
Every December, we welcome the most wonderful time of the year in the best way possible—through music. Whether you’re a fan of Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas” or Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas is You," nothing gets the holiday vibe going better than the right music.
That’s why it’s so important to have a whole home audio system which lets you pull up your favorite holiday tunes at a moment’s notice. When relaxing with family or hosting friends in your Alpharetta, GA home, the mood transforms with the right playlist. In this blog, we highlight some ways your system helps you create the perfect celebratory atmosphere.
Why Now Is the Perfect Time to Upgrade Your Georgia Whole Home Audio System
TAGS: Audio Distribution | mp3
Well, this shouldn’t come as a surprise: the developers of the MP3 file format have officially killed it. Just like VHS tapes, standard-definition DVDs and 8-track cassettes, the once-pioneering format has gone the way of the dinosaurs. But what does that mean for your whole home audio system? Should you prepare to replace all of your music files once again? Not exactly. In this blog, we’ll explore what the end of the MP3 means to your system.
Thanks to Tidal and Spotify, Hi-Fi Streaming Is Coming to Your Whole Home Audio System
TAGS: in-wall speakers | lossless audio | Streaming Service
For the past few years, lossless audio has been slowly creeping into the minds of music fans across the country. First there were the lossless files like FLAC and DSD, but they were too big to store on easily-accessible hard drives. When high capacity hard drives began to shrink in size, streaming services began to dominate the market. For a long time, it looked like “better than CD-quality” sound was just a pipe dream. Today, two major streaming services, Tidal and Spotify, are competing to be the top lossless streaming service. Find out what that means for your Atlanta whole home audio system after the jump.