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MULTIROOM AUDIO

THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Music is such a big part of our lives but sadly for most it is given almost no thought during the design or construction of our homes. In recent years we have seen the more common inclusion of the home cinema, and while this is a valuable asset, our vision usually does not extend beyond this room. Considering the limited time we would have to enjoy this space, and in contrast, how much of our lives are spent in the living areas of the home, it seems illogical not to include sound distribution outside the designated theatre room.
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I think by now we are all familiar with the concept of downloading storing and playing music files. There seems to be no shortage of ingenius ways to do this but as this rapidly growing world of digitally stored media looms upon us, so too does the problem of where it will reside within the home. There always seems to be files and playlist stored in multiple locations from laptops to iPods, smart phones, mp3 players ect. And what a lot of people dont realise a large proportion of this scattered content is for the most part substandard in quality. And while we assume this revolution has seen the demise of the CD, we have slipped somewhat backwards in terms of the standard in which we listen to our favorite songs. Music servers enable you to have all your music in one place or will access them where ever they are from a single user interface. These players also can play multiple formats, including uncompressed files, and also give you access to web based content such as Spotify.  

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IDC Automation 2012