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3 Reasons Why Consumers Want Whole-House Audio Systems


Create more appealing homes for your customers by including the latest in audio technology

William Shakespeare once described music as “the food of love,” and there’s no denying how music can shape our mood throughout the day. With that in mind, it’s no wonder that whole-home audio systems are extremely popular in smart homes.

Music can calm us, energize us, and more, so why not make it easier for your customers to enjoy their music in more ways and in more places around their home? Here are three ways builders can provide a better lifestyle for their clients by incorporating whole-house audio systems in their new homes in the Franklin, TN region.

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Your clients can use whole-house audio to stop juggling multiple remotes to manage or switch among multiple audio sources. A whole-home audio system means music isn’t constrained to one space in a home. With distributed audio, your clients can keep their electronics in the media room while you run wires to wall or ceiling speakers throughout the home. This means your customers can have their music seamlessly follow them anywhere around the house.

With a multi-room audio system set up for multiple zones, residents can stream multiple music sources in different spaces. It’s easy for one family member to watch a movie in their home theater while the rest of the family listens to whatever they want in their rooms. Instead of arguments over the remote, everyone’s content because they can stream what they want.


We all have our favorite songs and albums, but it’s fun to find new favorites by expanding our library. Multi-room audio systems greatly enlarge anybody’s music library by incorporating easy integration with streaming music services. Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music and other platforms offer a nearly limitless catalog to listen to, and your customers will still get the seamless, centralized audio control that comes with distributed audio.

Whole-home audio can also help if you have a client whose favorite songs are on physical media. Since the speakers don’t have to be in the same space as a CD player or turntable, they can listen to their old favorites throughout the home.


Synthesizing multiple automation systems into a singular whole greatly increases what these devices can do. Here’s one example: A family can connect their audio system to the home’s smart security system. Why is this helpful? Say someone is listening to music in their bedroom. If someone knocks at the front door, they can pause the music, see who’s at the door with a remote camera and unlock the door from their phone, all in seconds.

At Symspire, we’re very experienced with whole-house audio systems and would gladly work with you on your next building project. To learn more, call us today at (615) 332-0093. You can also fill out our contact form or click on the chat box in the corner of your browser.

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