Everything and Anything, Digital or Analog
With the move of most audio and video entertainment to internet streaming, the choice of what to listen to or watch is wider than ever before. Yet sometimes, do you find that a certain older movie or TV show is nowhere to be found on streaming services? Or that a classic jazz album isn't available on Spotify?
Despite all the choices we have in digital music and video, sometimes it’s almost impossible to find something off the beaten path. But what if you already have it in physical form? What if it’s a custom mix cassette tape from decades ago or a long out-of-circulation vinyl record? And what if you want to listen to that not just in the room where that equipment is located, but all over your house with whole-home audio?
Despite the age of some of those old formats, if you've got the equipment, the beauty of analog audio was that it still plugs into anything else with an analog input. There's no worrying about different digital file formats, copy protection, apps, or other vagaries of the digital content world. Keep reading below to see how Sunbelt Technology, your Atlanta, GA home audio installer, makes it easy to continue enjoying that hard-to-find analog music on your very modern, very digital whole-home audio system.