Enhance your home audio experience with surround sound speakers.
After several years of installing audio systems, I have seen that most people watch television without any “surround sound system.”
Most TV manufacturers design TVs with low-quality built-in speakers because audio fidelity is not what they are trying to sell.
But the truth is:
If you are an audiophile and appreciate “excellent quality sound,” a relatively inexpensive outlay can have a massive impact on your home theater experience.
One of the simplest and often most affordable options would be to use two tower speakers.
However, this isn’t a surround sound system by definition, but the two channels blasted through two high-quality speakers make a huge difference!.
But here is the deal:
“There are audio frequencies your brain can’t hear from standard TV speakers,” and those audio frequencies will fill the room.
And that’s the case if a wall mount is used to mount the TV in the media room.
Which, by the way, will add plenty of good quality audio, which in return will add to the cinema feel.
But you can also buy a separate AV receiver and two good quality speakers.
In this case, you can spend your budget on two decent quality tower speakers, such as Martin Logan or Monitor Audio, rather than spreading it over several lower quality speakers and generally get an unfortunate result.
You may want to add in a separate sub-woofer for the low audio channels.
Each Hi-Fi speaker already has a decent ability to cope with this job since its design comes with “these capabilities.”
(Note: The advantage of this system is that you won’t need to have wires running to the back of the room).
And even better, you won’t have speakers behind you, of course.
But you will have powerful and good quality sound coming at you from the front speakers and bouncing off all the walls to fill the room.
Don’t spend too much of your budget on an audio receiver.
Instead, try to allocate most of it to the speakers, as this is where you will notice the difference.