What to Expect when Setting Up a Home Audio System
Expect to use quality wiring
Your home stereo audio equipment will only sound as good as the wiring that connects it together. Opt for premium speaker wire to make the most of your system.
Expect to hide wiring if you don’t have a wireless system
Wired systems are definitely easier to install in homes that are still under construction, but it is not impossible install your home stereo audio equipment in an existing home—it just takes a little more creativity. If you are unable to run wiring behind walls or through ceilings, consider rubber wire encasements that can camouflage your wires against your wall or floor.
Expect to spend time considering proper speaker placement
Making sure your speakers are properly placed is an important aspect of setting up your home audio stereo equipment. Poor placement can result in muddy sound.
Expect to invest in some room acoustic treatments
Spend some time creating soft surfaces that limit how much sound is reflected in your listening room. Receiving direct sound enables you to enjoy your music in much better detail and quality.
Expect to clean your system
It’s a good idea to invest in a can of compressed air to keep your system clean. Keeping your speakers free of dust and debris can extend the life of your home stereo audio equipment.
The experts at Paradise Village can wire your home stereo audio equipment for maximum output and sound quality. For over 25 years we’ve been wiring the Southwest for sound. Our deep knowledge of the scientific properties and artistic expression of proper speaker performance have made us the first place music aficionados turn for quality stereo systems.
Call 505-881-6375 or stop by Paradise Village for expert advice on
home stereo audio equipment!