The equipment you want for a quality listening experience depends a great deal on where and how you’re enjoying your music. A wireless speaker won’t do the job in a dedicated media room, and standing speakers will take up too much space in your bedroom. We at SoundWaves want you to get the most from your music, so we’ve put together this guide to help residents in Pennsylvania’s Main Line region find the best high-end speakers for your needs.
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Let’s start with the big guns. If you’re looking for speakers to blow your hair back in your media while still maintaining quality sound, consider going with Meridian Audio. Meridian’s pioneering Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology gives their standing speakers a distinct edge over the competition.
DSP works by changing how the sound is actually transmitted from the speaker. In conventional speakers, the source audio is fed through a wire to an amplifier or other pieces of equipment before it hits the driver and is transmitted as sound through the speaker. With Meridian’s DSP speakers, the source audio is kept in its digital form for as much of the process as possible, minimizing signal degradation and giving you superior sound. DSP, along with other innovations like the development of a vibration-resistant speaker case material, make Meridian products stand out among high-end audio manufacturers.
Not everyone wants or needs speakers capable of shaking the foundations; audio quality is more important than sheer volume for the dedicated music lover. If you want a mixture of quality, performance and visual flair in a more manageable package, Leon Speakers are a good choice.
What sets Leon apart from other manufacturers is that many of their products are custom built. Their Horizon series soundbars are designed to match the width and finish of any TV, and they can be configured to work as the center channel, left and right channel, or all three channels for your setup. The soundbars can be easily integrated to work with Leon’s other speakers and components, and their Horizon Interactive Fit soundbars offer discreet storage space for small devices like your Apple TV or Roku.
Another good option for your home is invisible speakers. We worth with great brands like Triad and Sonance to bring you the best in top of the line speakers that blend seamlessly into your design.
Getting quality sound from wireless speakers used to be a contradiction, but thankfully that’s no longer the case. Wireless speakers also make it easier to have distributed audio throughout your home.
The biggest name in wireless audio at the moment is Sonos, and for good reason. Their wireless sound systems are easy to install, work well with other components, and work with Amazon’s Alexa to give you voice control too. The Sonos Play 5 is a solid choice for bringing high-quality sound easily into small and medium sized spaces, and once you’ve installed one speaker it’s a simple thing to add additional devices to the system. If you’re looking to add a touch of extra style to your Sonos setup, Leon’s Tonecase line can add a custom hardwood case to your speaker or soundbar.
If you’re ready to upgrade your home audio system, let SoundWaves create the ideal setup for your home. For more information, call us at (484) 412-8108 or fill out our contact form.
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