Leverage your digital audio.
If you have a huge stash of digital music files, there's no reason you should be confined to listening to them in your computer room or on your iPod. Digital audio receivers allow you to stream the files straight from your computer's hard drive for play anywhere.
Computer speakers don't cut it.
If you have a nice home-theater setup, you'll quickly notice how wimpy your computer speakers sound in comparison. By liberating your digital audio from the computer, you can enjoy the same music on full-scale speakers--or at least a decent boombox.
Lose the jewel cases.
Whether you're buying your songs one at a time from iTunes, you're going for an all-you-can-eat plan such as Napster To Go, or you've ripped all your CDs to your hard drive, consolidating your music digitally lets you finally ditch those jewel case towers once and for all.