Monday, April 01, 2013

Wireless Music for the Home

Those are causes that should resonate with music devotees. For many older listeners, the decline of vinyl and compact discs resulted in cherished home sound systems getting dusty while iPods and other music players stole the attention. Other younger, more mobile music consumers have settled down in apartments or homes and found their small speakers not worthy of being cranked up to 11.

Consumer interest in higher-tech home music systems is on the rise, as are innovations in wireless technology and higher-resolution digital music files. "There's a convergence of technology that makes this a specific category that will definitely accelerate," says Tom Kerber, director of research, home controls and energy at Parks Associates.

From the article, "Wireless Music for the Home." 

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