The subwoofer is the only audio appliance capable of handling your music’s low frequencies to make them sound irresistible in your “home orchestra”. So adding it to your existing audio system is not a big deal and is not even a high cost. Still, it’s of some tricks depending on the type of your subwoofer and receiver model.
Bluetooth has become increasingly important in modern AV receivers due to its versatility and convenience. It enables wireless audio streaming from various devices like smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Dolby Atmos has revolutionized the audio experience in modern home theater systems. With its three-dimensional sound technology, Dolby Atmos creates a captivating atmosphere where sound moves in all directions, including above the viewer.
I wrote this article for you to know how to connect the speaker wire to your audio system correctly to have a maximally euphoric mood from your home theater audio! So, read it attentively, make notes where needed, and you will always get the best impressions of your sound.
The sound quality greatly depends on the compatibility between the main parts of your home theater system – the receiver and speakers. In this article, I focus on the most important details of how to match speakers to amplifiers to never experience any equipment breaking, and enjoy the quality of your theater sound to the fullest!
Today, surround sound receivers come in a wide range and are actively used by many people to build individual multimedia systems. However, if you are a novice and want to buy your first receiver, you should (at least superficially) understand the basic technical characteristics of the device.
Choosing a home AV receiver is never a trivial process. Many questions arise, among which the most common is how many watts per channel do I need? In this article, I will cover the main aspects of this issue. Having read this material, you will be able to choose the power of the receiver you need more correctly and competently.