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A Basic Introduction To Home Theatre Systems
By Constantine Jameson
Buying a home theatre can be an intimidating decision due to the price tag that home theatres usually come by. There are also a few specific decisions associated with buying a home theatre as well. When it comes to home theatres mane people including probable buyers are not completely sure about what a home theatre consists of. Home theatres vary and are not all the same. Different home theatres have different parts, or different number of speakers and therefore the decision is even more difficult for someone who doesn’t knows about home theatres. For this reason, many people simply do not bother going through the process of examining and taking all the options in consideration before the buy one. As with most electronic items, there are different kinds of varying quality as well of intricacies. A basic home theatre consists of several different parts that although could be used separately, on their own do not comprise a home theatre. Only if the are combined they do. The first and most important aspect or part of a home theatre system is the television. The television might seem a bit too obvious. Nevertheless, home theatre systems do not include televisions. The screen is the most important aspect of the home theatre but yet you will not find it in any home theatre packages. Or at least packages advertised as such. There are essentially four choices in today's television market: front projector, rear projector, LCD and plasma. There are variations within each of these and the prices fall anywhere from modest to quite costly. This is the component that most home theatre enthusiasts have spent the most time contemplating about. It is the backbone of the home theatre.
Aside from the television, the second most important piece of the home theatre is the receiver. DVD players or recorders Tivo and or cable boxes and satellite boxes for example are receivers. The function of the receiver is to receive the signal that the television transmits. The concept is fairly simple you plug them all into-it receives all of this inputs and correlates it so to speak. This is the ultimate traffic director when it comes to your home theatre and I suggest you spend a good portion

 

of your home theatre budget making sure that this is a good quality part. Make sure you pick the right one, and always have in mind to not overspend. After you make sure you get a television and some kind of a receiver, then you might consider buying a set of speakers for your home theatre.
If you buy a high definition television you night want to consider getting a player that is compatible with high definition disks, an HD or a blue ray disk player. Items like these are a great start for any home theatre and you can build, expand, and upgrade it over time.
Speakers are where the sound will be reproduced from. Again there is a huge variety of speakers to choose from but the most usual dilemma consumers are faced with is whether to go the surround sound route or not. There are many pros with setting a surround sound home theatre. The surround sound home theatre system will actually reproduce the sound one will experience in an actual movie theatre. The down side with surround sound is the potential increased cost as well as the extra speakers and cables you will have to set up. There are however several wireless home theatre speaker sets available on the market.
Bose makes a few very good and reliable ones. Bose surround sound home theatre systems and speakers can be pricey but the quality of the sound is unsurpassed. Keep in mind that Bose speakers are not the only kind of speakers. They come in all shapes and sizes. It would be best to leave buying the speakers last, after you decide on a television, a receiver and a set up for your home theatre system. Keep all these thing in mind before you buy your home theatre system.


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