How to improve your home theater that is the question that you are most likely asking yourself. You have probably been given some tips over the years by various people, but how useful were these tips? Seeing as how you are reading this post (and probably others from us), here at Premium Audio, I am guessing that the tips were not that good since you are still seeking out advice. Luckily for you you have finally come to the right source for this issue. We have years of experience with this (established in 2005) with our focus on not just selling products, but making even the products you already have sound even better than before with little or no cost involved.
Here are some general tips that we have tested and proven to work in most situations:
The order of these suggestions do not matter. Try one, try none, try them all – the choice is yours!
- Upgrade your speakers. Perhaps they are too small or just not very good. Cheap speakers are just that …. cheap and it shows. Start with the center since it is the most important. Then work on the front speakers. After that upgrade your rear speakers and or sub.
- Upgrade your receiver. It may be lacking in power or just not very good. Clean amps from top of the line brands always sound better even at low volumes.
- Upgrade your speaker wire to at least 18 gauge wire. 16 gauge is even better.
- Relocate your home theater to a room with better acoustics. Rooms that are overly large, odd shaped, have vaulted or partially vaulted ceilings or are just plain open (great rooms) are less than ideal for home theater. Bedrooms and finished basements work best because they are generally square in shape (or rectangular) and you can close the door to keep the sound in the room.
- Does it sound like an echo chamber or like it’s all muffled? Flooring choices can make a HUGE difference!
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