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Whole House Audio Buyer's Guide

Posted on Thursday, March 12 2009 @ 05:40:19 CET by


It used to be that the only way to get music to more than one room of your home was to hire a custom installer, punch holes in your drywall to run CAT5 cable from room to room, install in-wall or in-ceiling speakers, and purchase a complicated multi-zone receiver and a high-end remote control. While this is still a good way to go, however, and often offers the best quality possible for a whole-home solution, it can be costly and is unrealistic and intimidating for many a homeowner. If you fall into that group, take heart: There are many manufacturers that are now catering to folks like you who want a virtually plug-and-play whole-house audio solution. And at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, a few more manufacturers threw their hat into the ring.

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