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Multi-Room Audio Visual

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If your objective is to spread sound to every nook and corner of your home, a multi-room audio system could be just the ticket.  Most multi-room audio systems connect to, and work over, your home's wi-fi network so that mitigates the need for speicalised cabling. And of course you can add outdoor, portable speakers to the audio network as well, which are ideal for that poolside event, BBQ or a lazy day in the garden.

Even better news is that you need not buy a complete system.  Start with one or two speakers and expand from room to room, controlling music via the tap of an app. Most systems are now compatible with voice assistants such as Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa. You can opt to listen to the same song in every room, or a different song in each room, ensuring a harmonious home in more ways than one.

There's a vast choice of multi-room speakers and systems on the market, but which is best? Sonos is the most recognisable brand, and with good reason. It's intuitive and sounds fantastic. But there are plenty of rivals, too, all serving tempting features such as support for hi-res audio files or your favourite streaming service, Bluetooth connectivity and more.

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SONOS  Multi Room Packages

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DENON. Anywhere Sounds Amazing.

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DENON HEOS  Multi Room Packages

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Premium standalone speakers have existed for years, but Sonos reinvigorated the product in 2005 by bringing listeners some key innovations. Not only do Sonos audio speakers deliver 360-degree sound (with round speakers broadcasting in every direction), they also build upon one another: if you have more than one Sonos speaker in your house, it’s possible to sync them to play the same music, so your favorite tunes are playing no matter where you spend your time.

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