Spring is Here and Time to Plan Your Backyard Oasis

  At The Sound Room, spring is one of our favorite seasons of the year. After the snow and ice of the winter and before the heat of late summer, spring is the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors. Families can finally roll out the grill and entertain. And with products such as outdoor speaker systems and TV installations, the party can last all day. To kick off the spring season, our partner Amini’s is holding a backyard oasis event, on April 10, 10am – 6pm and April 11, 12pm – 6pm. The Sound Room and will joined by Baker Pool, Fence Formations, Lakeside Exteriors, Baxter Gardens, and Alternative Concrete for a showcase. This local event is going to display some of the best companies in the area, who can help enhance your outdoor living area. There will be refreshments and snacks available. Take advantage of the great weather, and create an oasis in your backyard. The Sound Room has been helping customers with outdoor technology needs for over 20 years, so come to one of our two convenient locations or to Amini’s April 10 and 11 for advice from our...

It’s a blimp, it’s a band…no it’s an iPod stereo!

The Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin may be named after the famous airships but the similarities stop there. After exploding into the market in 2007 the Zeppelin has been featured in publications like Rolling Stone and USA Today for its superior sound quality as a high-end iPod stereo. What’s the big difference between any other iPod dock and the Zeppelin, the answer is plenty. Just looking at a Zeppelin it is obvious that there is something different. Its sleek, long black design mimics the silhouette of a Zeppelin airship. The design complements the look and feel of an iPod with features such as a mirror-polished stainless steel back. If the design alone doesn’t blow you away, the sound it delivers might. A Zeppelin is powered by two woofers, two tweeters and five inch subwoofer. The 100 watt iPod stereo can fill any room with crisp music and thumping beats. The Zeppelin’s 25 inch width allows for stereo separation, where music is meant to be heard louder from one speaker than another. The Zeppelin’s weight is even larger than other iPod stereos, weighting in at 16 pounds! The “extra” weight it carries around is a result of a more substantial construction sparing no expense for quality; B&W literally made this a solid design. The Zeppelin has an iPod cradle similar to other iPod stereos, allowing you to dock your iPod, iPod nano, iPod touch or iPhone. When iPods are docked with the Zeppelin they can be charged for continual use. The Zeppelin also comes with a remote control, an auxiliary-input audio jack, and composite- and S-video output jacks for viewing iPod-hosted...