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How Internet Radio Can Connect with Your Home

by Ronald Elias

Singing with Savant

If you want music built into the home automation level of your system, Savant has the answer for you. First, there’s Savant Music, which lets you stream Spotify, Pandora, and Deezer, just to name a few, while also letting you stream from your own digital album collection, as well. 

The Savant Pro Remote gives you even more control over your internet radio -- simply say “Play Music” and let the good times roll.

Hi-Def Dancing 

Do you want to stream music, without compromising the sound? 

Well, now you can. With Marantz components, you can now listen to Amazon Music HD all through streaming, no downloads required. Your hi-fi listening collection just got a whole lot bigger, so it’s time to get listening!

3. Sound it out with Spotify 

If you use Spotify for your music, radio, and podcasts, you might be wondering about your options for listening to it throughout your home. The good news? You have a lot. 

Both the Sonos Move and the Sonos One SL support Spotify Connect, giving you whole home control of your favorite music. Spotify also works with the Google Nest Hub Max, Apple TV, as well as some smart watches! The more musical options the merrier, if you ask us.

4. Conducting with Control4

Sure, we may not all be built to be perfect conductors, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still conduct and control your music from any room in your house that you want.

With Control4, you can! Easily control your music from any Navigator in your house, which means that using TuneIn, Rhapsody, iTunes, Napster, MediaMonkey, Pandora, Spotify, or Window Media Player is now easier than ever.

And yes, apparently Napster is still a thing.

Is there a better way to celebrate World Radio Day then spending it reenacting that famous scene from Mrs. Doubtfire? Probably not. You have our permission: Turn the music up, and have a very happy -- and musical -- World Radio Day!