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Why Wire Free Means Hassle Free

2 February 2023

Why Wire-Free Means Hassle Free

You trip over them. They’re always in the way. They’re forever too long or too short - the list of frustrations goes on. Wires are the enemy of modern living; fortunately, modern households are becoming increasingly wire-free. 

In many areas of home technology, it’s now possible to do away with wires altogether, making those late-night corridor journeys more hazard-free. In the spirit of making our lives a lot easier, Lithe Audio have jumped on board the wire-free wagon too, which makes us well qualified to discuss the pros and (perceived) cons of going wireless. Ready? Let’s go!




It reduces clutter

Anyone who has ever needed to sift through spaghetti-like stacks of tangled cables will understand the difficulty of keeping everything neat and tidy in a wired world. That area is behind the TV. The utility room. All those areas that you’d rather people didn’t see. With the introduction of wireless technology, such issues cease to exist. Instead, you can sync up all your devices, and roam safely around your home cable-free.

Faster and simpler to use

Wireless technology helps to reduce the steps involved in connecting multiple devices together. This brings about many lifestyle improvements, and allows you to live in greater harmony with your domestic technology. For those looking to play music through their home speaker, why put up with numerous preliminary steps when you can simply sync up your smartphone and get instant tunes whenever, and wherever you need them?




Wireless tech can be more temperamental

OK, technology is not always perfect. Your home assistant can make occasional, and comical, mistakes. That wifi connection can sometimes inexplicably drop out. So why not use the tried and tested method, where manual cables and manual inputs provide assured results? 

The fact is that wireless communication is continually improving. Every year brings faster networks and improved levels of integration. Taking into account the many efficiencies brought about by cable-free connections, and the pace at which improvements are made, the ‘reliability’ concern appears increasingly outmoded. 


For many people, what you can’t see you can’t trust. Wireless communication has necessitated a transformation of home security networks, and how to keep our devices safe and resistant to potential hackers. 

Fortunately, those concerned can be heartened by the fact that most, if not all, wireless technology these days can be pin-protected, meaning your devices can be accessed only by you. This is particularly important for households which possess multiple entertainment devices all connected through the same network. Security measures are keeping pace with technological innovation, and modern consumers have a range of options available to ensure that added peace of mind.


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