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How Many Speakers Can I Add To A System?

By 6 months ago 529 Views No comments

The great thing about our radio systems is that you can often add more than one pair of speakers, this is great for larger rooms.

It's also great for splitting rooms such as bedroom and en-suite. One system but two rooms with music!

But how many speakers can you add to our systems?

Do You Need A Loft/Roof Mounted Aerial For Your System?

By Craig Walker 6 months ago 467 Views No comments

Your radio system is only going to be as good as the signal it receives. So when you're investing in a DAB or FM radio system for your home you should consider adding an appropriate aerial.

Read this to find out more about aerials.

Connecting Your TV To Your Ceiling Speaker System

By Craig Walker 6 months ago 3094 Views No comments

A television is not an uncommon site in a kitchen, or a bedroom. And if you're installing a ceiling speaker system then you might want to consider connecting it to your television.

Once connected you'll be able to listen to the TV with better sound quality from the ceiling speakers. Here you'll find out how to make that connection!

Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Or Just Radio? What Technology Do You Need?

By Craig Walker 6 months ago 903 Views No comments

Confused by all the streaming services available? Don't be! This post is a quick guide into the streaming services available and will hopefully help you decide which one you need.

One Speaker Or Two? Options For Smaller Rooms

By Craig Walker 6 months ago 379 Views No comments

We're not all lucky enough to have huge rooms. So finding space for two x 220mm wide speakers on your ceiling can sometimes be a bit tricky. Not to mention over-kill!

If you have a smaller bathroom, kitchen or even a bedroom then here are your options.

Common Buying Mistakes & How To Avoid Them

By Craig Walker 9 months ago 284 Views No comments

We've rounded up a few of the common buying mistakes we've seen and added them here with the aim of helping you avoid making the same mistakes.

This post will get added to as and when we see an issue that needs explaining. Our main aim is to continue to improve our website, product pages and information so these mistakes are happening less and less now.

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