Having a high definition TV is not enough. Your speakers must give the right sound effect for you to be able to enjoy the full potential of the system. If you keep these basic points in mind, you can improve the sound quality of your system considerably:
Check the Connections
Your home theatre system comprises of several components which need to be connected with one another by wire or cable. This results in a tangle behind the system. You will need to check whether all the connections have been correctly made.
These days, however, most receivers have automated set ups and hence are hassle free. Some receivers have an option to test tone; this makes it easier to check the set-up.
Subwoofers and Crossovers
Check the bass of the subwoofers too. Try lowering the level if it is too boomy or uneven. Your subwoofers are for support so keep them low.
For small satellites, the crossover control should be at mid point or slightly higher. If the speakers are big, keep the subwoofer bass close to the bottom. Moving the subwoofer closer to the front speakers may give better results.
Stand and Brackets
Putting speakers on bookcases or cabinets can undermine their performance. Invest in separate stands or wall brackets. This will improve the quality of the sound of your home theatre a good deal.
If you have a large room or you like loud volumes, you can invest in a power amplifier. But check if your receiver is equipped for the connection first. You can peek into the manual for this.
If all of this sounds too technical and confusing or you simply don’t have the time to bother, you can call in a professional Home Cinema install Brisbane that are well versed with most systems and will do the job in no time.
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