Sound Setups: Three Great Audiophile Listening Rooms
Three different rooms with similar goals: music enjoyment
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This audio component rack is the centerpiece of an audiophile’s listening room, and keeps all the equipment easily accessible.
November 29, 2012 by Lisa Montgomery

System #3: Socializing in Stereo

Yes, it’s perfectly fine to have a TV in your listening room. It won’t impact the performance of your audio gear. In fact, it might make the space feel more inviting and social. That’s what the owners of this space were thinking when they contacted Definitive Audio, with stores in Seattle and Bellevue, Wash., to set up a two-channel audio system in their multipurpose family room. For both casual and critical listening, the homeowners chose a solid yet economical soup-to-nuts system from Linn, comprised of a Majik DSM Network Music Player and two floor standing speakers, which totalled $7,500.

The Majik DSM provides a slew of listening choices. The owners can access downloaded music, ripped CDs and Internet radio streams. And with a mobile device, they can categorize their tunes into playlists.

 

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Lisa Montgomery - Contributing Writer
Lisa Montgomery has been writing about home technology for 15 years, with a focus on the impact of electronics on a modern lifestyle.


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