Sensual activities like listening to music, watching movies, following sports, dancing, having romantic interactions etc. can all slow down your meditation progress. But Buddhist laypeople are not expected to give up those. They are only expected to follow the Five Precepts. What you can do is to avoid engaging in those activities during the time slots you allocate for meditation.
But if you think you are capable, you can keep to the 8 precepts and avoid those activities all day. That would be more conducive to meditation. Just be careful not to put too much pressure on yourself and get turned off completely. Buddha himself did not push people into giving up household pleasures unless their faculties were matured enough to do so.