Summer in Toronto is too short for our liking; naturally, we feel the need to make the most out of it. We would love to spend as much time outdoors as possible, be it a barbecue with friends and family or a swim with the kids. Why not add your favourite music to the mix? With an outdoor audio system from Audio One, you can play music as you get your grill on! Follow these 3 steps for a great sounding outdoor audio system for your patio.

Choose equipment based on your need

For great sound, you need great speakers that are built for all weather conditions. We at Audio One only suggest the best; our brands include Coastal Source, Bowers & Wilkins and Paradigm. The bollard speakers or bullet speakers from Coastal Source, the rock monitor or garden oasis from Paradigm and the outdoor/marine collection from Bowers & Wilkins blend perfectly well with their surrounding areas, produce high-quality audio and are built to last. Connect these speakers to a wireless audio system and you can control your music straight from your smartphone or tablet. Go ahead and stream! Get an outdoor TV set from SunBriteTV and you can even catch all the sporting action in the comfort of your backyard.

Incorporate it into your whole home audio system

Linking your outdoor speakers to your whole home audio system will give you reliable, high-quality sound. This allows you to connect your speakers to your television, CD player, turntable or other streaming devices without the need of moving them outdoors. That way they stay safe indoors while you soak up the sun and continue enjoying your music.

Get professional installation for best results

With professional installation services, you are guaranteed to get the best out of your purchase. Deciding where to place the speakers and how many speakers are required can be a tricky decision. This all depends on how you plan to use your system. We suggest multiple speakers and facing these speakers towards your home. Having multiple speakers lets you evenly distribute the sound so it is not too loud in one area and too low in another. As well it sounds better and more even at lower volumes so you don’t have to bother the neighbours. Creating distinct audio zones lets you adjust the volume for certain areas separately.

Contact Audio One for all your outdoor audio needs. http://www.audio-one.ca/