We’ve all sat in the car until a song or segment is over. But it’s getting too cold outside to sit without a heater and technology is too in-sync to not be able to carry the sound with us as we move. How can a home automation system help? Here are three ways home integration can provide a seamless media experience.
- Integrating your home theater means never losing your flow. Just like with different reading and work devices, sometimes it’s better to use a tablet and other times a laptop is better. If you’re listening to an audio book in your car on the way home and you’re not at a good stopping point, a good home integration system can switch the audio over to your home’s speakers without missing a beat or a plot point.
- It also means never losing your place. If you watch half a movie on your phone, you shouldn’t have to remember what minute you’re on to keep watching it once you’re at your television. With synced devices, you can pause a movie and pick it up from where you left off on a different screen.
- Make your audio follow you throughout the house. Sometimes it’s nice to listen to music or the news through the air instead of through a set of headphones. Keep your sound with you as you move from room to room by installing connected speakers throughout your house and by integrating the central home theater system with your iTunes, podcast feed, and favorite stations.
Because handheld devices provide a great deal of our daily media, keeping a separate system between your home theater and your family’s devices can be too limiting. Integration lets you access your shows, news, and music across devices and across locations without a hassle. Look at the best options for your home at Audio Video Solutions.