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Multiroom Systems

What Is Multi-Room Audio?

Once upon a time when we heard the concept of multiroom sound, it was the significant increase in volume from our sound system so that we could hear it in another room.

But technology and time have quickly made multi-room audio accessible, meaning that even music lovers with modest means at their disposal can create a high-quality setup that is both piecemeal and easy to install and customize.

Here you will find everything you need to know to proceed with multi-room traffic.

Simply put, multi-room audio describes a network of devices – speakers, amplifiers, AV receivers – that allows you to play your music seamlessly throughout your home from one central device, such as a smartphone or tablet.

In the past this used to involve the hassle and cost of physically connecting each device to the network with cables, today wireless connection via a home Wi-Fi hub is the norm, even for high-end configurations.

As for where your music collection should be located to enjoy the benefits of multi-room audio, whether you have a music server, USB device or connected to music streaming services such as Spotify, Amazon Music HD, Tidal or Deezer, you're good to go to start.