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Introduction

Device makers are set to gain as recorded music heads back into the home.

Highlights

  • The rise and rise of digital and portable devices had seen consumers mobilize their audio listening, but improvements in in-house consumer electronics hardware, along with the growth in popularity of streaming services, looks to be domesticating music listening once more.

Features and Benefits

  • The research note details what is currently happening in the in-home music streaming sector.
  • The note assesses which companies are doing what and what partnerships are likely to work best.

Key questions answered

  • Who are the main players in the in-home audio hardware streaming sector?
  • Which streaming services are supported by industry leader Sonos?

Table of contents

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  • Summary
  • Streaming boom boosts wireless speaker sector
  • Sonos keen on partnerships
  • Amazon makes home-audio moves

Appendix

  • Author

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