Banish most of your home theater's wires, speakers, and subwoofer with a stereo home theater system!
The Jolida FX10 looks like a miniature high-end tube amplifier, but the sound is absolutely full-size.
Now that everyone is thinking about 3D TV, what about 3D sound?
Just about every mid-price or more expensive receiver is a 7.1 channel model, but only a tiny minority of buyers actually use all seven channels, or do they? Take the Poll and tell us how many channels you use in your home theater.
Before buying any audio equipment, first determine whether you're going to mostly watch movies or listen to music.
Oppo doesn't claim any audio performance advantages for its new BDP-83 Special Edition Blu-ray Disc Player over the standard BDP-83--if you use the new player's HDMI output. It's ideal for buyers who still have receivers lacking HDMI connectivity.
HTIBs and packaged home theater audio systems come in a wide variety of sizes, types, and prices. Which one is right for you?
Think about it: How much multichannel music do you own? Not so much? Not any, is probably more like it.
If you're a movie watcher, go "Center Centric HT," music lovers should opt for the "Stereo Plus Three HT" approach. In other words, put your home theater dollars where they'll do the most good.
If setting up a 5.1, 6.1, or 7.1 channel home theater is giving you a headache, calm down. This guide will soothe the pain and make sense of the numbers.