Commercial & Home Audio Installation / Design
Whatever the source — a CD, AM or FM radio, XM, iPods or streaming internet sources — a touch panel or in-wall keypad lets the listener choose from between them and control volume for the particular environment of the zone they’re in. Meanwhile the source equipment is tucked away professionally elsewhere, racked into a dedicated room or closet.
Seagull Electronics can evaluate your needs and recommend ideal speakers for every room for your home or office.
Whether it’s a beautiful speaker that’s its own work of art, or a fully-hidden one you’ll never notice, your new system will meet and exceed your expectations for decor, design and sound.
How you fill a room with sound?
When you want to add audio into the walls or ceiling of a room, you’re talking about adding distributed or whole house audio. Think for a moment about how you vision the audio to play in your space. Do you want your audio to be prominent in the foreground or ambient background noise? The type of speaker required will be different based on how you will use your audio system.
- Examples of Distributed Audio
- Single source, single zone; this is when all the speakers are controlled by one device. The outcome is all speakers have the same volume control and audio output.
- Single source, multiple zone; allows for volume control of speakers per designated area but will stream audio from a single device.
- Multiple source, multiple zone; is the most complex option allowing for each individual zone to be controlled by individual devices.