How to Buy Speakers

How to Buy Speakers

By Michael Buckner, Founder and SEO of Audio Intersection

Finding Equipment that Matches Up With Your Style

This month, I’d like to share my knowledge on one of the most overlooked accessories to any great TV system, speakers.  This can mistakenly be one of the most unwanted accessories to the interior decorator of a household even when a thorough whole house audio system is in place.  Also, there are so many choices out there that it can be difficult to determine what is the right speaker system for your Georgia home.  Hopefully, after reading this, you’ll see that there is something out there that can make everyone happy. 

Here Comes the Sun

Here Comes the Sun

By Michael Buckner, Founder and CEO of Audio Intersection

Enjoy the Summer Weather With an Outdoor Music System

Here we are once again, where the sunshine, the warmth, and pollen of spring is upon us.  I’m reminded of an obscure Eddie Murphy movie called Holy Man where he reminds the viewer that if we are lucky, we only get to enjoy 78 of these in our lifetime.  I believe that it is with this appreciation that we love improving our outdoor living spaces.  Many choose to go for the full monty, and install a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, fireplace, and all sorts of high end landscapes and lighting around their Buckhead, Georgia home.   Others only pick a couple of these, or just a back porch swing.  Regardless of your level of sophistication, what would your back yard be without music?!  For our clients that have great outdoor sound systems as part of their whole house audio, I always get the comment that this is their absolute favorite room of sound (then again, sometimes it comes in 2nd to the shower speaker).        

The Digital Music Age

The Digital Music Age

How to Enjoy Whole House Audio in Your Georgia Home
    
Do you still buy CD’s? If you do, you are now the minority. Downloading music has now surpassed buying CD’s, and it is only expected to continue as whole house audio systems become more popular. The CD is slowly going away, just like the 8-tracks and cassettes of the past, and it is being replaced by downloads and mp3 players. You may not know it, but we are entering a new world of songs at our fingertips, and we’ve only begun to see how it will change the way we experience music.