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Nothing Should Be Out Of Reach At Home - Is the concept of rooms dying out? Well, it has certainly started to come into question without us realizing it.

Nothing Should Be Out Of Reach At Home – Is the concept of rooms dying out? Well, it has certainly started to come into question without us realizing it. Our homes are OUR homes, so we can do whatever we like with them. Technology is pushing us more and more toward questioning why one room has something that another room doesn’t? Don’t get too far ahead, we’re not talking about throwing away the concept of a bedroom. Nobody is envisioning a society where we have a bed in every single room. A kitchen couldn’t exist if there was a double king size bed in the middle now, could it? But the way we use technology means that no matter where we are in the home, we should have access to anything we want online. It all started with the age of WiFi. customers wanted a broadband and router service from companies that meant we could be upstairs in the bedroom or outside in the garden and still get the same speed as we would sitting in the living room. So why shouldn’t we be entertained by modern media technology in the same way?

 

 

Musical bars

 

With the advent of the 4G smartphone, we now have many, many gigabytes worth of storage in our smartphones. We store many albums, singles on them so we can listen to our favorite music on the go. But when we’re at home, we tend to only listen to music when we’re using a computer. And even then, we have to use earphones or headphones, which cuts us off from the rest of our home audibly. Modern entertainment systems like the Bose Lifestyle 650 home entertainment system. One large flat speaker is accompanied by several smaller but similar shaped speakers. These can be placed all around the home and controlled by one remote. Place the other smaller speakers somewhere they won’t be interfered with, and you can play your music anywhere you want. The great thing is they’re all wireless so there’s no need to have wires fitted to the edges of the rooms.

 

 

Entertainment wherever

 

Why shouldn’t we be able to watch our beloved shows wherever we want to in the home? With a state of the art multi room visual setup, you can have multiple screens all over the house and watch whatever you want. One home, many different TVs, all playing at the same time, different shows and movies. All of this is controlled by the central remote. Family members in one room can watch what they want, while you can watch whatever you want. The system is connected all around the home so updates of software are done simultaneously. You can also watch streams, so Twitch and YouTube can be watched on the system also. The conventional TV shows, as well as new media like Netflix, are also compatible.

 

Entertainment in the home is getting revamped all the time. Connectivity and universal compatibility is the winning combination. Everyone gets what they want with no compromises. Lots of different styles of media are in one place but experienced in different places. Ideal for a large family home, multiple TVs connected to one system, allows for synchronized updates. Sound systems with wireless speakers, allow you to listen to your music from room to room.

 

Naomi Isted
Editor in Chief, Naomi Isted is known as The Ultimate Lifestylist to her readers and viewers. She is a TV Presenter and Columnist. Ranked in the Top 100 LFW Social Media Influencers AW14 & SS15, Brand Ambassador for Pears Soap UK. Her Celebrity beauty TV Series currently airs to 27million homes on Physique TV in UAE, previously on Wedding TV in the UK. She brings fashion and beauty advice to her readers and viewers on a daily basis. She is Fashion and Beauty Columnist for Herald Scotland and has a Fashion and Beauty Bridal Blog for HELLO. She can usually be found attending celebrity fashion and beauty events in and around London and sharing the latest fashion and beauty trends with her readers.

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