Try the lat­est tech in sound & tv

Make the most of your home’s wire­less broad­band and start stream­ing the lat­est mu­sic and movies; here’s how to get started…

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It’s not all about safety and util­i­ties – im­proved broad­band has made waves in sound and on screen, too. tele­vi­sions can ac­cess the in­ter­net, and you can keep your mu­sic li­brary on one de­vice rather than in the cd rack.

Find out about the lat­est in­no­va­tions in viewing and mu­sic, and see how to work them into your smart home.

What is a smart TV?

al­most all new tele­vi­sion sets can now be con­nected to the in­ter­net, or your ex­ist­ing set can be cheaply up­graded with a plug-in box, al­low­ing you to watch end­less box sets and block­busters from stream­ing ser­vices such as Net­flix and ama­zon Prime video as well as watch Youtube.

Set up wire­less mu­sic

en­joy your dig­i­tal mu­sic col­lec­tions (itunes, spo­tify, etc) with one of the lat­est stream­ing stereo sys­tems. Us­ing ei­ther blue­tooth or Wi-fi, they let you play songs wire­lessly from your smart­phone to one or more speak­ers around the house. You can turn the whole house into a disco, or play dif­fer­ent songs in each room.

Many new Mu­sic sys­tems have ditched the ra­dio, but free apps such as bbc iplayer ra­dio and tunein al­low you to stream your favourite sta­tions us­ing blue­tooth

Sonos Play:5 multi-room Wi-fi con­nected speaker, £389

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