YOU CAN INTEGRATE WIRELESS AUDIO SYSTEMS and devices into your existing wired audio system in many different ways. If you wish to reduce the amount of wiring in your current system, then a pair of wireless speakers can do the trick. For example, the Dynaudio Xeo just connects to the line out of your receiver or preamp and eliminates the speaker wires that were there before.
To integrate a whole-home audio system, the Sonos CONNECT offers analog and digital outputs for an existing receiver, soundbar, or preamp. It provides the same access to content that Sonos speakers do and lets you play back the same content to every system. These are just two examples of integration-friendly products, and most systems support the feature. If your home has existing in-wall or in-ceiling speakers, these can be converted into Bluetooth or AirPlay speakers by using a compact amplifier. Combined with an AppleTV or a Bluetooth receiver, you can have a pair of speakers that you can control from your smartphone or PC. Or, you can add them to a whole-home audio system using a Sonos CONNECT AMP or Denon Heos Amp.
Optimizing the sound from a wireless speaker systems is easy. You can position pairs of speakers exactly where they provide optimal performance. If they are often used for background listening, place them out of the way. When you want to sit down for serious listening, you can move them into their ideal locations.With no restrictions on distance from your sources, you can even put them away when you aren’t using them and set them back up in minutes.
Wireless subwoofers are an ideal way to help optimize the bass response in your room. The output of the subwoofer is more influenced by its position in your room than other speakers. Certain positions have higher output but only offer good performance in a single seated location. Other positions might reduce output but are better for a group of people. You can place a wireless subwoofer anywhere in the room to optimize it for your specific listening situation.