Home Stereo System

Home Stereo System


Wireless Home Stereo System

Do you like music? I don't think anyone would say no these days. There is always a set of stereo system speakers in a living room or bedroom. In this compact lifestyle nowadays, a cocktail and a jazz song can make the fatigue seem to disappear. You may think this is a luxury, but what if I told you that you could get a decent home stereo system at a fraction of the cost, break away from some traditional trappings, and do something different!

Why Should You Choose the Home Stereo System?

Most home stereo systems include the following three things.

Audio source

A pair of matching speakers

A stereo receiver or amplifier

To put it bluntly, the basis of a home stereo system is two speakers, for the reason that most sounds have two separate and distinct channels, and you only have two ears. That's why stereo systems are made up of left and right channels. They give you a clear impression that you are the performer in the room, and you get a sense of the experience the artist had in mind. You can hear the musicians spread across a three-dimensional sound stage, with different instruments coming at you from various locations between and beyond the speakers. You hear the musicians at variable points on the real scene. You get to experience the music and the space in which it plays.

Overall, when you listen to the stereo, the recorded music brings you closer to a live performance atmosphere. It's a feeling you can't get from a single speaker.

So how do I choose the best stereo system for me?

Music Sources

The music source comes from an external device, such as a CD player or turntable. Or an audio receiver with a built-in AM/FM tuner, or a smartphone.

Bluetooth Speaker

Bluetooth speakers are super convenient. One pair is all you need. But a better sound quality Bluetooth speaker requires a higher budget, which will be compressed in terms of sound performance, distance, and signal reception limitations.

Stereo Receiver

Traditional stereo systems of receivers combine a 2-channel power amplifier and a preamplifier together. The preamp section allows you to control the volume, tone, balance, and source selection with an AM/FM radio tuner.

Integrated Amplifier

The integrated audio amplifier is similar to a receiver but without the radio. Some models are as large as a typical receiver. However, there are many compact design audio amplifiers available.

For a super simple system, you can opt for active stereo speakers. If you're looking for a more compact music system for a dorm room, kitchen, or small apartment, you might consider a pair of powered stereo speakers. Thanks to built-in amplifiers (and, in some cases, Bluetooth receivers), these speakers can save a lot of space without losing the experience.

At this point if you're still confused, if these aren't the standard stereo systems I'm using, how do I build a decent home stereo system like a home theater at a fraction of the cost? Here we'll show you how to take your home stereo system to the next level by adding some ingenuity to your stereo receiver/amplifier and taking it to the next level.

The answer is wireless control and playback! Some wireless multi-room audio amplifiers/receivers can integrate with stereo system. If you have a pair of speakers, when you connect to a wireless audio amplifier or receiver, you can play your music wirelessly. That is, you can stream your music via Bluetooth and WiFi on your wireless audio amplifier or receiver. So you can connect your phone and listen to Spotify or YouTube with ease.

For example, if you're an Arylic customer, you can set up an A50 audio Amplifier, S50 Pro Preamp, or A30 audio Amplifier products in the same room. Pair them with WiFi using the 4stream app. You can set one of the audio receivers or audio amplifiers to play the right channel and the other play the left channel for a better experience. Not only app for controlling, remote is other way available.You can also set up the S10 Preamp, A50 Audio Amplifier, or A30 Audio Amplifier in different rooms to build a whole house sound system , allowing you to control multiple places on your phone to play various sources or synchronize your references, which call "Multiroom or Multizone" what we've heard so much about lately.

Take advantage of your existing stereo system without spending a fortune and without losing your enjoyment!

Consider pairing a pair of regular (unpowered) stereo speakers with an active component like an Arylic amplifier. Which is a very compact wireless multi-room music player with a built-in stereo amplifier. Not only does it support WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, Airplay wireless connectivity, but also the most popular online streaming media such as Spotify, Amazon Music, Deezer, Tidal, etc. It's the best recipe for balancing cost and quality!

Choose the stereo sound system that suits your taste and space.

So for your home space, such as a home office, living room, bedroom, or any other small room with relative privacy, can become your temple of sound. Bookshelf speakers with wireless amplifiers are the perfect choice for small rooms. They can be placed on speaker stands or wall-mounted.

Floorstanding speakers + high-powered amplifiers are perfect for large rooms. They produce stunning and powerful sounds. For a full, room-filling sound, they are hard to beat.

How many watts of power do you need for your stereo systems?

You can choose according to the size of your space, as illustrated by the two examples above. For small areas like your home office or kitchen, you can choose between a receiver or a 30W X2 amplifier to meet your needs. The S10 Preamp and A30 amplifier is designed for this purpose. For larger spaces, you will need more power. If your living room has a standard layout, a 50W*2 A50 amplifier will be sufficient for daily use. Several other factors need to take into account, such as your power supply and speaker impedance, all of which are listed in the product specifications. Before you buy, make sure that your loudspeakers meet the range of parameters and are compatible with the amplifier.

Speaker placement settings can also make a big difference to your experience!

The speakers should form an equilateral triangle with your listening position. This means that your speakers should have the same distance from each other as they are from you. Inserting the toe of the speaker (pointing it toward your seat) can make a huge difference in its sound.

The speakers' position relative to your listening seat can have a significant impact on the sound of your system.

What used to be thought of as a stereo system that only wealthy audiophiles could afford can now be discarded. Now you can get rid of it. With this wireless audio system integration, you do not have to get rid of your old, possibly obsolete speakers, but you'll be able to bring them back to life, making it an excellent deal for music lovers and beginners alike.

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