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How to choose the best for your home theater system

Discussion in 'Sound Cards and Speakers' started by Mary martins, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. Mary martins

    Mary martins Active Member

    Watching movies is a neat escape from the stressful lifestyle we live in. Watching movies in a wide screen and surround sound take you far away and into the movie scene you are watching. You watch it as if you were there in the movie scene. Of late, we can only experience this escape in a cinema. However, modern technology may be able to provide this same sight and sound experience right in your own living room. We will discuss the basic components of a home theater system in this article. Read on to understand how these basic components can deliver the best cinematic experience to a home theater system.

    Home theater experts state that the most important consideration in setting up a home theater system is the size of the room where you will set up the home theater system. The most important component of the home theater system, which is the television, is dependent on the size of the room. Although, the recommendation is 27 inches television set at a minimum is necessary for your home theater set up. It is also a recommendation that a flat television is good for a home theater system because it exhibits fewer glares and produces a crisper image. Another major component of a home theater system that depends on the size of the room is the speaker. The number of speakers for your home theater system is dependent on the size of the room. You may add up to six speakers from the basic three speakers if you want a more lifelike sound. Adding a subwoofer may also be good to achieve a complete surround sound like in the movie theaters. Three speakers should be the minimum; you may go up to six if the room is big.
     
  2. darran22

    darran22 Well-Known Member

    ou want a real home theater get a klipsh set up and no you dont want floor standing rear speakers you want them high the rear speakers are used for choppers or gunfire it should go in this order front speakers= floor standing center ch a mid range speaker side or secondary speakers=outer wall mount rear in wall mount and sub in the rear this will give you great
     
  3. Joker

    Joker Well-Known Member

    Beats
     

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