Whether you’ve heard of multi-room but don’t really understand what it is, or you’re obsessed with the incredible technology but know you can’t afford it, having a home that is essentially a massive sound system is a rather wonderful prospect. But how does it actually work, and is it possible to do it on a budget?
Put simply, multi-room means that you can have your speakers connected to each other, even when they are in multiple rooms. You can then decide to have the same song playing on all of them in the house, or put them into groups so you can have different atmospheres in different rooms – or just use your smartphone as a remote for the one speaker that you’re using.
This complex technology actually requires just one simple box: the KitSound Link. When plugged into your speaker by the simple headphone jack, and connected to your wireless router, you can use a number of different music apps such as AllPlay, Spotify, Rhapsody, Napster, Style Jukebox, as well as the music stored on your device.
The main reason why so many people don’t treat themselves to multi-room adaptors is because they are just so ridiculously expensive, but that is where the KitSound Link is different. By focusing on quality and ignoring all the complicated unnecessary parts, you can get yourself three KitSound Links for £200, transforming three of your speakers and your home into your very own jukebox.
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