Recently I saw Avatar on a buddies 50″ TV with several million dollars of surround sound technology.
I was quite blown away and began asking how much he’d spent and what was involved in setting everything up.
As soon as I picked up myself off the ground (It had cost him almost 5000$ and involved pulling off the skirting boards to run the cabling) I decided to do a little research on what other options may be available to enhance the sound of my TV system without the gigantic price. The following quick guide reveals some of what I found!
Flat screen televisions and improvements with LCD and higher def have given us stunning picture quality soundbar reviews. Regrettably a flat screen TV simply can not generate the type of sounds to truly match the screen.
1 alternative is to set up an amplifier and surround sound speakers.
If this sounds like far too much hassle then a sounder might be just what you’ve been searching for!
It can either sit in your TV stand just below your display or be wall mounted.
Determined by how much money you need to spend you can get up to 5.1 surround sound in one enclosure!
A soundbar is not difficult to set up, typically needing a mains plug, and audio in/outputs from whatever gadgets you will need to connect.
Many soundbars even include an automated setup program which utilizes an onboard mic to tune the system for your environment.
To get the ideal sound bar to your house make sure it has enough inputs and that they fit your gear (Maybe you will need an HDMI input for your xbox for example).
Also some systems (for instance, BlueRay) will nearly always require HDMI.
Check also that the device you fancy will fit in your TV stand!
The majority of the’big names’ in sound create one or more versions of soundbar so shop around and find one that meets your needs and budget. If you desire a recommendation, we can tell you that we now discover that Yamaha soundbars receive glowing reviews!