Speaker Placement and Control Systems
A whole house audio system often has a number of hidden speakers all over the house, with controls for these audio devices also placed strategically in the rooms where these speakers are to be found. The controls that you can choose to use with this network of speakers can vary according to the amount of control you want to give users. The most basic you can get is a light-switch/dimmer kind of switch, which allows users to simply control the volume of the music coming into the room.
Other control options you can find available for this kind of an audio system include keypad controllers and touch panel controllers. These two options offer users more control, with the former allowing them to change the source of the music as well as volume levels and the latter giving them the chance to choose exactly what they want to play.
If you decide to disguise or hide your speakers for this particular system, you can do so by having these hidden in walls, under seats and even in the ceiling. You may also choose to have these speakers installed visibly, if you want to. You even have the option to integrate outside living spaces to your whole house audio system plans.
Why Hire Professionals to Install Your Whole House Audio Systems
If you are thinking of installing a whole house audio system, you will need to find the right system and the right people to install it. Just like a whole house A/V and a home theater system, installing such equipment via DIY method may not only end up in lackluster results, but may also cost you money when you find that you installed your equipment the wrong way. With the help of experts who know how to properly install and set-up such systems, you will find yourself with a whole house audio, whote house a/v or home theater system that operates flawlessly.