I do a lot of 'dedicated' listening, especially to favourite albums and new tunes - with no TV or screens in room (other than ipad for Qobuz and blueos) and mostly when no-one else is in the house or is likely to disturb me. I'm lucky to have a large window to the garden and woodland beyond and that is the only visual stimuli. Listening to well known albums, such as Kind of Blue, can become a kind of meditation. I have a few musical and music collecting friends who also like dedicated listening and we swap new music finds over a few beers and wine of an evening every month or so. The kinda people who don't feel the need to fill a communication void. Music is also often on to cook to and maybe more quietly when people are around for visits or dinner - but I sometimes get irked by the music playing then as I've not heard it properly or missed parts of albums or songs. So, for me and like many here, single focus listening gives great pleasure and insight.