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Home Theater Speakers

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Summary:
In a typical home theater setup, th
ere should be six home theater spea
kers: two front speakers, two surro
und speakers, a center speaker and
a subwoofer for the lowest frequenc
y ranges. There are two ways to obt
ain all these speakers: buying each
 of them seperately, or buying a ho
me theater speaker set.
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home theater speakers

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In a typical home theater setup, th
ere should be six home theater spea
kers: two front speakers, two surro
und speakers, a center speaker and
a subwoofer for the lowest frequenc
y ranges. There are two ways to obt
ain all these speakers: buying each
 of them seperately, or buying a ho
me theater speaker set.

Home Theater Speaker Sets

If you're low on budget, you should
  think about one of these. But reme
mber: don't spare on speakers, they
're very important. There are lots
of cheap home theater speaker sets
on the market, but you shouldn't bu
y one of them, because these are of
  poor quality. Usually, sets manufa
ctured by well-know brands (Klipsch
, Bose, for example) produce a dece
nt sound. This way you'll still not
  spend as much as you would on sepa
rate speakers. If you're thinking a
bout buying one of these sets, read
  our article on home theatres in a box.

Going One By One

So, you're serious about your futur
e home theater, and want to spend a
 little more on the speakers? Buyin
g speakers separately has many adva
ntages: it's the best quality you c
an have, and another, often overloo
ked advantage is that you can don't
 have to buy the whole set at a tim
e, so if you haven't got the money,
 you can still have high quality sp
eakers in your setup.

Your front speakers should be the s
trongest members in your home theat
er speaker setup. If you have a sma
ll room, choose bookshelf speakers.
 Larger rooms will require larger s
peakers; in this case, powerful flo
or-standing speakers is the choice
to go with.

I often hear that it is advisable t
o have the exact same speakers for
surround and front. This is true, b
ut it's not very practical: movie s
ound mixes don't use surround speak
ers as much as they use the front s
peakers. So, you can choose smaller
  and less-powerful speakers for you
r surround setup, it won't make sig
nificant differences anywhere excep
t your wallet.

The surround and front units were g
ood, old-fashioned hi-fi speakers u
sed for a home theater setup. The c
ase is different with our center sp
eaker. It's a special speaker with
unique frequency response. If it's
possible, have the center speaker f
rom the same brand as the surround
and front speakers. This unit is al
so often overlooked, but it's very
important, because this speaker is
used for voices and talking in a so
und mix.

The subwoofer is used to reproduce
the lower frequencies. Sometimes, i
t's optional: the front speakers ca
n be powerful enough to rock the ho
use, and an additional subwoofer is
  not needed. However, in larger roo
ms, it's inevitable. Subwoofers req
uire lots of power, and in most cas
es, they require their own power in
put (these are called "active subwo
ofers").

				
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