Get ready to boot scootin’ boogie everywhere on your Lake Oswego property
With whole home audio, you can set your entire day to music, no matter where you are in the house. In a multi-room music setup, a central music player supplies sound to wired or wireless speakers in any (or every) room where you want to listen to music, talk show radio, audiobooks or podcasts. A multi-zone system allows you to play different music in each room or the same music in several or all rooms.
The best part of a whole home setup is having centralized control over all your music sources. You can use the smart device of your choice — like a smartphone app or tablet — to connect and play multiple sources, like streaming services, CDs, music libraries or even vinyl records.
Consider all the places in your Lake Oswego, OR, home where you’d like to enjoy music. Need some help? Read on to learn three spaces where multi-room music will add delight to your daily life.
A dispersed sound system in your backyard guarantees a more even, higher-quality listening experience
If you’re looking for new ways to spend more time outside, consider adding an outdoor sound system to your backyard or patio area. Music boosts the ambiance of any outdoor venture in Lake Oswego, OR, whether you’re flying solo by the pool or enjoying a backyard barbeque with the family.
At Encore Audio Video, we recommend evenly distributed speakers to ensure stellar sound quality throughout your outdoor area. Keep reading to learn the top 3 benefits of wide dispersion and how we can help you design a system to fit your space.
Listen to our recent podcast on Northwest Business radio show, where we discuss tips for outdoor entertainment design
With summer right around the corner, Encore Audio Video’s Jeff Grove and Clark von Trotha hit the airwaves on the Northwest Business radio show to talk about how to design amazing outdoor entertainment in Portland, OR.
Keep reading to hear what Grove and von Trotha had to say about speaker placement, TV choices and why you should consider having your outdoor system professionally installed. You can (and should) also listen to the podcast yourself by clicking the link below.