Streaming continues to grow as the preferred method of music delivery, but physical media is still strong. Contrary to what many people believe, the CD is not dead.
Statistics from the Recording Industries Association of America (RIAA) report that digital downloads and streaming accounted for approximately 34% each of the industry's American revenue during the 2015 fiscal year. Downloads declined about 10% from the previous year, while streaming rose by 6%. Physical media—CDs and LPs—accounted for almost 29% of revenue.
Our current high-tech culture has caused many folks to purchase all sorts of audio items dating from earlier eras. At a time when you can enjoy your music in the best sound quality ever, what justifies buying old Hi-Fi Audio equipment over new for your Santa Rosa home? Here are some typical reasons, and we will weigh them compared to the benefits of buying new, up-to-date Hi-Fi equipment:
Having a whole home audio system isn't just about upping your entertainment. Music can actually enhance your family's well-being in a variety of ways. In a recent study, Sonos spoke with 30 families from eight different countries around the world to see how streaming music has changed their day-to-day lives.
Backed by research by renowned neurologists, the families showcase the way music has brought their families together. Check out the video below from Sonos to see what they had to say:
Want to bring the family together in your Sonoma, California home? Check out the various whole home audio options available at Lavish Hi-Fi from high-end two-channel systems to wireless sound systems from Sonos.
Everyone acknowledges that music makes you feel good. It's why it's so important to have a good whole house audio system in your Santa Rosa home. Now two major players in the audio world, Apple and Sonos , have just published the results of the first large scale , unequivocal study on the importance of good-sounding music in our lives. This study crosses through all economic strata.