3 New Trends in Multi Room Audio Systems
TAGS: Home Automation Services | Smart Home Technology | Whole Home Audio
The ways we listen to music in our homes is always evolving. Years ago, you may have turned on a stereo with a multi-disc CD player or a boom box to entertain friends. In the early 2000s, you may have purchased a speaker with an iPod jack. More recently, Vinyl has returned in popularity, and online music streaming has surged. What are you using for home audio now?
Whether you're entertaining guests or making breakfast, music sounds best when it can be enjoyed in every room of your house. If you’re an audiophile or new to the audio game, discover all that’s developed in the world of whole home audio. You may find a solution to suit your Las Vegas, NV household.
Find the Right Wired or Wireless Audio for Your Las Vegas Home
TAGS: Smart Home Technology | Whole Home Audio
We’ve all experienced shopping at a supermarket or clothing store, listening to a familiar ‘80s pop tune overhead while browsing the aisles. You hum along as you pick something up off the shelf, only for the audio to cut out— “Backup to register eight please,” the intercom says. And just as quickly, all of the speakers resume the song.
Similarly, your entire house can be fitted to play the same audio over high-quality speakers in each room. You can pause, skip, and switch from streaming to vinyl, and all speakers will synch accordingly. In this blog, we’ll explain how a distributed audio system works, and how it will enhance the way you enjoy music in your Las Vegas, NV home.
Designers - Build These Features Into Your Projects From the Start
TAGS: Home Automation | Smart home technology | Smart Lighting | Smart Security | Whole Home Audio
As a designer, architect, or builder, you keep an eye on current trends to bring into your renovation or new construction projects. Whether it’s the large kitchen island, more seamless flow from indoor to outdoor space, or large dual showers, you know all the ways to bring fresh and modern ideas to your plans.
Smart home technology is an opportunity to differentiate your projects as well as appeal to today’s’ homeowners. In a recent survey by the popular Houzz website, 28 percent of renovating homeowners had smart home features at the top of their wish lists. Eagle Sentry has been in the home protection and automation services businesses since 1986, integrating the latest technology in lighting, security, audio-video systems and more in the finest homes in Las Vegas. We’ve seen how technology has advanced over the years, and we’re more excited than ever for the possibilities of creating unique smart home environments your clients will love.
A renovation or new-build project offers the perfect opportunity for you to include the latest smart home features that homeowners are seeking. Here are five popular ideas to consider.