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Tip Sheet

  • A whole-house audio system lets you listen to music in every room in your house.

  • Simple multi-room audio can be achieved by connecting a second set of speakers to the "B" speaker outputs on your stereo receiver.

  • Use a speaker selector to feed a single speaker output to speakers in multiple rooms.

  • Some A/V receivers have multiple-zone switching, either powered or unpowered.

  • Professional whole-house audio systems use multi-source preamplifiers and distribution amplifiers.

  • Digital media servers let you play music stored on their hard disks to client devices located in other rooms.

  • Network media hubs let you stream music stored on your computer's hard disk to any room in your house.

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