Take Your Pick!
Sonos is well-known for its popular soundbars and powered speakers that you can find in popular stores online and offline, including GHT Group. The company is a pioneer in multiroom audio, launching its first product in 2005 with a wireless system at a time when many were still carrying around music in iPods. Since the first product, Sonos jumped on the iPhone revolution early, replacing the custom remote control of that first system with an easy-to-use app. And who doesn’t do that today?
Sonos has gone on to make wireless, powered speakers that are easy to set up and use. With the tap of a finger on the app, you can direct music from a vast array of streaming services – virtually all the ones you’ll ever want – to play on any or all the Sonos speakers in your house.
OK, but we said you could use any speaker with Sonos, right? Yes, you can, just mention these two words: Amp and Port. With those, you can build a Sonos multiroom system for your Duluth, GA home with almost any speaker you want. Why would you do that, and how? Stay with us below.
Start with Easy Control of Every Speaker in your Home
It's likely that if someone mentions multi-room audio, the Sonos name invariably comes up. The company has made a reputation for itself with simplified audio solutions that sound great, look stylish, and are easy to live with. And not only do they work in one room, but it's also effortless to build a houseful of Sonos audio in perfect synchrony.
Is a Sonos multiroom system right for your Atlanta, GA home? That's what we're here to discuss! Please read on for four reasons people love Sonos whole-house audio.
Start Your Whole-Home Audio Experience with Sonos
Sonos is a popular audio system for audio enthusiasts of all stripes. First, their wireless speakers sound as good or better than those of practically any other vendor at like prices. Second, Sonos is also a software-based solution, offering simplified app-based configuration, room correction tuning, a host of streaming sources, and more built into an intuitive app.
If you’ve started a Sonos experience with a smart speaker like the Sonos One, you’ve likely enjoyed the sound quality, ease of use, and convenience of voice control with Alexa or Google Home. You can pair two of them for fuller stereo sound, with no wiring required – but you do have to plug them in. You can then add another one or two of them in another room, and with a few clicks, presto, you can have synchronized multiroom audio for your favorite music and podcasts. Or you can have a soundbar for your TV like the Arc or Beam, and that can serve as a part of your multiroom system too.
But there's even more you can do for whole-home audio with other custom installed Sonos products from GHT Group. Read on to learn more about Sonos multiroom system solutions and if they’re right for your Cumming, GA home.