Updated: Sep 6
Why We Think Sonos is the Best Option for Multi-Room Audio
There has never been a better time to be an audiophile. The days of sticking to one dedicated listening room are over. Instead, today’s multi-room audio systems combine top-quality sound with a simple user experience and tons of options for enjoying all your favorite music, no matter what room you’re in. The question for homeowners throughout Morris County is not usually “should I get multi-room audio?” but rather “which sound system is best?” While there are many factors that will affect the answer to that question (and we encourage you to reach out to us for a more personalized response), in general, our vote goes to Sonos. Here’s why….
1. You get easy access to every kind of music you could imagine There’s no denying that people like to consume music different ways, so it’s important to choose an audio system that supports your preferred music source:
All of your digital content
Have a huge iTunes library? Easily sort through the options through the Sonos app.
The same music channels you enjoy while traveling in your car are also accessible at home.
Choose from more than 100,000 free radio stations. You can enjoy your favorite local station, the station you listen to in your vacation home, or a foreign language station to immerse yourself while learning a second language.
Sonos is compatible with all the popular music services like Pandora, Napster and Spotify, not to mention the high-res options like TIDAL and Deezer. After all, high-end audio equipment needs high-resolution music to feed it.
2. The interface is incredibly easy to use One of the big struggles with managing music is that once you combine tons of different streaming services and huge collections of music, the app could easily get bogged down. It becomes hard to navigate all of the options and find the specific song, radio station, or streaming service that you’re looking for. That’s not the case with Sonos. Their app is very straightforward and well-organized, so you won’t have to waste time searching for music. Even better, Sonos makes it easy to discover new music. Say you’re listening to a music channel and an interesting new song starts playing. In 30 seconds, you can create a brand new channel that explores more music like that.You can access the Sonos interface through a desktop program, a tablet, or your smartphone.
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Bravo AV is proud to be an HTA (Home Technology Association) Certified Installation Firm and professional A/V experts. Tom Curnin, the owner of Bravo AV, is a CEDIA Professional Designer, a certified THX Level 1 home theater professional and a member of the Home Acoustic Alliance trained to Level II. You can contact Tom directly at (908) 953-0555 or through email at Tom@BravoAV.com.