With stay-at-home rules in place following the COVID- 19 pandemic, most people have spent enough time listening to their home theatre systems. Some people have only realized now that they have not been enjoying the sound quality of their home theatre system. Therefore, this is the perfect time to do a bit of research on some of the most important considerations to make when buying a home theatre system.
It is always advisable to approach an audio-visual expert when buying a home theatre system. However, many buyers do not follow this piece of advice because they believe the research they have done is enough. In as much as you have gathered enough information regarding your preferred home theatre system, there are a few critical questions that only an audio-visual professional can ask, for instance, the size of your room. Although some people believe this question is meant to hoodwink them into buying a bigger speaker, it is not the case. Knowing the size of your room is critical because it sheds light about sound quality. For example, small home theatre speakers work optimally in small rooms because close walls keep sound waves balanced. On the other hand, larger rooms need bigger speakers since they eliminate sound localization experienced by small speakers.
Where are you going to place speakers in your room? It is another consideration to make when buying a home theatre system. The reason is that some home theatres systems come with a varying number of speakers. For example, a 5.1 home theatre system has five speakers and one subwoofer, while a 7.1 system comes with seven speakers. Notably, there is no need to buy a 7.1 home theatre system and cram it in a room where furniture is up against the walls. Not only will the space look untidy, but the quality of sound will be affected significantly. Only buy a home theatre system that you will not give you a problem when it comes to spacing speakers efficiently — at least 3 or 4 feet away from a wall.
Television wall units are a standard piece of furniture in most homes. However, if you are planning to buy a home theatre system and keep it in a wall unit, you need to make a few considerations regarding speakers. As a rule of thumb, ensure you stay away from speakers that have more than one bass port. The reason is that bass sounds will bounce off the walls of a cabinet, thereby creating unwanted resonance and poor sound quality. Alternatively, you can buy a speaker that stops playing bass when the volume is high if you must place it in a wall unit.
If you want to get a new home theatre system, such as a Bang and Olufsen system, contact a supplier near you.Share