VSSL for Home

Home audio could reference anything that is designed to allow you to play audio inside the comfort of your own home. This includes the radio, CDs, MP3 songs from your MP3 player, songs from your iPod and more. Lets take a look at some of the best home audio systems you can buy.multiple room audio offers excellent info on this.

Home Stereo Shelf Systems: Take a receiver, subwoofer, front and rear speakers and a CD player and pack it into one, sophisticated audio system designed to sit on your shelf or an audio stand. Some can have as much as 500-700 watts or more of total power. If you like your music loud and full of lows, mids and highs, these systems are definitely for you. Listen to the radio or your favorite CD. Have an MP3 player or iPod stuffed with 1000’s of songs? Perfect! Directly connect your MP3 player or iPod to the system via the iPod connection or 3.5mm input for MP3 players and you’re all set. You’ll have a never ending, full of sound, stereo shelf system in your home for many years to come.

Boombox: Although a boombox is designed to be portable, it can also work similar to the systems talked about above. They most likely will not “pump out” the incredible, loud sound, but because you can rest it on your home shelf or take it on a camping trip, the versatility makes them worth it. These can play standard CDs or MP3 CDs with songs burned from your computer on a recordable disc, and of course a radio tuner is included. You’re looking at several D size batteries for their power supply, so it’s a good idea to buy rechargeable batteries and a charger.

Table Top Radios: These are similar to a shelf system as well, just more compact and take up less space. These could easily be placed in your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or any other room in your home where you would like to have access to music. These also play CDs that allow for CD/CD-R/RW/MP3/WMA playback. Some table top radios also have the necessary inputs for MP3 players and iPods and come equipped with built-in 3 to 4 inch, high-performance, full-range speakers. Listening to them play your tunes is a delight.

Complete Home Audio Systems: This is where you buy components separately and can achieve “rock star” sound. It all starts with a receiver that can deliver 100 watts or more per channel. How many channels you need depends on how many speakers you want. You can choose a 5.1 or 7.1 home stereo receiver and add a separate CD player and radio tuner, even a cassette player. When it comes to speakers, you can add separate, front tower speakers and rear speakers that can even be mounted in walls or ceilings, surround sound speakers and a powered subwoofer to handle all of the bass. You can really go as extreme as you’d like. If you want an incredible home audio system, spending more cash and buying components separately is the way to go.