Living with sound - the best music systems on the market for entertainment
Thursday, 31 March 2016 2:35 PM
We've touched on how important entertainment is to Australians recently, and heading into the cooler autumn months, you could be planning on having some serious dinner parties in your new home from G.J. Gardner Homes.
How are you going to prepare for these massive undertakings? Start with the best sound system out there and the rest will follow. Once you've made the decision to design your own home, you'll be itching to make it work perfectly for you. Thinking about how you're going to throw the best parties could be at the top of your list.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) reported that Australians spend $9.5 billion on entertainment gadgets every year. It's clearly significant to the Aussie culture, so below are three of the best sound systems for your new home:
1) SVS Prime Towers
Whatever your taste in music, you and your guests will be enthralled by the playback.
The SVS Prime Towers are some of the best looking speakers on the market.
They come with a dark wood-grain finish and stand at just under a metre high, these speakers can be connected to any amplifier and will provide high-quality sound production. A one-inch aluminium tweeter is paired with a 4.5-inch midrange driver and two 6.5-inch subwoofers that mean whatever your taste in music, you and your guests will be enthralled by the playback.
2) Sony BDV-N9200W
While the name itself doesn't give much away, this all-in-one sound system from Sony includes a Blu-ray disc player and 5.1 multi-channel surround sound Magnetic Fluid speakers. This new technology from Sony is leading edge, and will be a great talking point as well. The fluid has been tested to produce any sound on the spectrum as closely to live composition quality as possible.
The system can be black or white, and allows you to play more than just audio files - those great concerts on Blu-ray can also be enjoyed in the highest quality.
3) Pioneer SP-PK52FS
An even more confusing name than the Sony option, Pioneer has really hit the mark here.
Two floor-standing speakers, two bookshelf speakers, a centre channel speaker and a subwoofer have all been tuned by Pioneer's Chief Speaker Engineer Andrew Jones. The curved cabinet design will enhance the aesthetic appeal of your living and entertaining areas, and that will leave more people in awe of your G.J. Gardner Homes design.
Think any of these sound systems will fit into your new living area? Well, contact G.J. Gardner Homes today and see which home design will work the best for your entertainment lifestyle.