Bringing Iconic McIntosh Audio into Your Home
In the last few years, it has become anything but out of the ordinary for smart phones and tablets to be most people’s source of music. However, nothing can hold up to the pure sound quality of a home audio system. Since 1949, Mcintosh has been creating a legendary listening experience. Many famous musicians, recording artists and producers like the Greatful Dead, Earth, Wind and Fire and the Beach Boys have selected McIntosh audio systems for the rich quality of sound, to experience music the way it should be. The McIntosh founding fathers created a solid foundation based on sound business and scientific principles that continue to guide the company today and continue to provide stat of the art listening.
There are countless ways to utilize a home audio system in your home. Any room could benefit from a little McIntosh sound.
Living Room/Home Theater
This one is a given but it’s the reason you’re looking for a home audio system in the first place. Auditory perception is a crucial part of any cinematic experience and top-of-the-line equipment is sure to heighten the quality of your movie night. Aside from television, there’s good old-fashioned music. Sometimes laying on the couch for a moment to yourself or a powernap can require some background noise.
Believe it or not, this is a popular room to set up home audio systems. In some houses, you have an open floor plan and the kitchen and living room are connected as one big room. In those cases where it isn’t, however, cooking can be a little dull. You’re closed off from things to keep you entertained while preparing a meal. Having your audio system connected to your kitchen is a great way to keep on listening even when chores are calling to be done.
Creating the perfect atmosphere for your next dinner party might involve a little light music to play in the background behind food and conversation. With your home audio system connected to your dining room, you no longer have to raise the volume from the living room halfway across the house just to hear it in the dining room. Several speakers fill the room with light music without overpowering your ears with heightened volume.
Say goodbye to shower radios because your audio system can even reach the bathroom. Singing in the shower has never been so fun and it’s the perfect way to start or end your day. Getting ready for work or bed or just relaxing in the bathtub, you can enjoy your music anytime you want.
Snuggling up in bed with a nice movie with quality sound is a good way to end your night. Maybe you need a little music to set the mood or just want music to sleep by; connecting your home audio system to your bedroom is the perfect way to add some personal flair to your private oasis.
Outdoor grilling and just plain spending time outside is a favored way for many to spend their time. With summer quickly approaching, this will be a more and more common occurrence. Constantly moving audio equipment around, inside and out, is very undesirable, especially when you could be devoting that time to more amusing activities. Connect outdoor areas or outdoor theaters to your home audio system to save yourself the hassle.
Since the founding of McIntosh Laboratory in 1949, McIntosh has been a household name when it comes to high-end audio equipment. From its use in “The Wall of Sound” by Grateful Dead to its unforgettable spotlight at Woodstock, the black glass fronts, blue meters, and logo of McIntosh ensure that no one will easily forget this cornerstone of audible entertainment. AV Specialists is extremely honored to be your local McIntosh dealer.