Enjoy Music Anywhere in Your Home

Good music shouldn’t be trapped in just one room of your home; it should be heard throughout your home. Customers are often looking for a product that can offer music throughout their home, but they are afraid it will turn into a big project or require technical expertise. However, to reach the next level in home audio systems, they should consider a Sonos ZonePlayer. The Sonos ZonePlayer is an all-in-one home audio system solution, which brings music to any and all the rooms in your house. That’s right, a Sonos ZonePlayer can go anywhere, bringing music to any room in your house wirelessly! Sonos ZonePlayers also offers endless access to music. With more than 25, 000 pre-loaded internet radio stations, shows and podcasts all free, there will never be a shortage of things for the whole family to listen to and enjoy. Sonos ZonePlayers stream music seamlessly from players like Napster, Pandora, Rhapsody and SIRIUS. A Sonos ZonePlayer also lets you play your MP3s and iTunes songs right from your computers media library. Best of all you can play music from up to 16 different PCs or Macs. To get started, all you need to do is connect your Sonos ZonePlayer to your speakers and home network using a standard Ethernet cord. Then, play the same song in different rooms, at the same time without delays and with perfect clarity. With a Sonos ZonePlayer you get unmatched audio quality making hisses, crackles and hums a thing of the past. A Sonos ZonePlayer is a must have for any home audio system. If you are thinking about taking the next...

Yurbuds – Custom Fitted Earbuds for iPods Launches at The Sound Room

              St. Louis-Based YURBURDS™ Launches iPhone App for Personally-Sized Earbuds                   at The Sound Room in Chesterfield, Thursday, Feb. 18, 4-6 pm  Customized Earbuds To Be Given Away to First 250 Attendees The Sound Room, is hosting an event at its Chesterfield Showroom, located at 1661 Clarkson Rd, on Thursday, February 18th, from 4-6pm, and the first 250 people will receive FREE yurbuds – personally sized earbud enhancers.  Visitors at The Sound Roomcan bring in their iPod, iPhone and iTouch to be fitted for yurbuds and see the “Size yur Ear!” App in action.  Theyurbuds (www.yurbuds.com) earbud enhancers are soft rubber tips that slip over the customer’s existing earbud-style headphones. The company has developed patent-pending yurScan™ technology that determines a person’s ear size through a digital picture, including a picture from an iPhone. The yurbud earbud enhancers, when sized using the “Size yur Ear!” iPhone App are guaranteed not to fall out, remain comfortable for hours and deliver exceptional sound quality all for $20 (free for the first 250 people in attendance at The Sound Roomevent).  Customers say they turn their iPod volume down 10-40% when using yurbuds with their iPod Nano. Everyone who registers at the event will receive a 10% discount off any iPod docking station purchase at The Sound Room for the next 10 days and will have a chance to win an iPod Shuffle .  Drawing for the Shuffle to be held on Saturday Feb 20th, attendance not required. In January, demos of this App created lines 100 feet long, two people wide at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES).  The New York Times picked yurbuds as one...

Streaming Content No Longer Just for the Computer

Industry experts say 2010 might be considered the year the TV and the computer collided.  As announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (http://www.cepro.com/slideshow/image/5944/) TVs are being produced ready to provide streaming video and online content, with the click of the remote. This year, companies like Samsung (http://www.samsung.com/us/internetTV/ ), Sharp (http://sharpusa.com/SharpDirect.aspx) and LG (http://www.lge.com/us/netcast/index.jsp) have opened app stores for customers to buy widgets and other apps. All that you need to do to get started is to plug one of these TVs into your home Internet and follow the instructions. Streaming content means that TVs are now able to access the Internet and provide more content than ever before. Having streaming content on your TV means films, music, online videos, the moment you want them, right on your TV. Instantly watch YouTube, Netflix, or listen to music on Pandora. Widgets let you see news, weather, sports, twitter, all with the option of splitting the screen so nothing is missed. Streaming media brings the Internet to your TV. This expanded content has opened up an entirely new future for home entertainment. Come to The Sound Room, your only local member of the Home Technology Specialists of America,( http://www.htsa.com/) and find out why streaming content is being dubbed as the future of...