Wireless Home Theater Systems

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Wireless Home Theater Systems

Home Theater Systems There’s nothing that compares to the sonic and visual experience you can achieve through a home theater set-up consisting of the best possible equipment. We’ve made it a priority to carry home theater systems at prices that anyone can appreciate. Take a look at a few examples, which run the gamut from incredibly affordable systems to the most high-quality models. The primary draw, for many of those looking to acquire a home theater system, is the surround sound – hearing and feeling the strains of the musical score, sound effects and dialogue swirl around you and transport you to another place. A system worth its salt, so to speak, should have four satellite speakers, a center channel and a powerful subwoofer, to experience the loudest bass booms and the quietest dialogue in crystal clarity. Many systems at various price tiers feature that exact speaker layout. Those looking for a set-up that’s a little bit simpler and involves less chance of cables becoming confusingly intertwined can find systems with wireless speakers. While no sound system can be truly “wireless,” some feature two or more speakers that use an infra-red connection and help you cut down on clutter. Image is, of course, just as important. Your primary choice will be between a home theater with a Blu-ray or DVD player. The former can play films on either format, and obviously provides high sound and picture quality in resolution as high as 1080p. A system featuring the latter, meanwhile, will be significantly cheaper in almost all instances. Take a close look and you’ll be sure to find a home theater system that meets your needs and doesn’t make you break the bank.

Wireless Home Theater Systems

There’s nothing that compares to the sonic and visual experience you can achieve through a home theater set-up consisting of the best possible equipment. We’ve made it a priority to carry home theater systems at prices that anyone can appreciate. Take a look at a few examples, which run the gamut from incredibly affordable systems to the most high-quality models. The primary draw, for many of those looking to acquire a home theater system, is the surround sound – hearing and feeling the strains of the musical score, sound effects and dialogue swirl around you and transport you to another place. A system worth its salt, so to speak, should have four satellite speakers, a center channel and a powerful subwoofer, to experience the loudest bass booms and the quietest dialogue in crystal clarity. Many systems at various price tiers feature that exact speaker layout. Those looking for a set-up that’s a little bit simpler and involves less chance of cables becoming confusingly intertwined can find systems with wireless speakers. While no sound system can be truly “wireless,” some feature two or more speakers that use an infra-red connection and help you cut down on clutter. Image is, of course, just as important. Your primary choice will be between a home theater with a Blu-ray or DVD player. The former can play films on either format, and obviously provides high sound and picture quality in resolution as high as 1080p. A system featuring the latter, meanwhile, will be significantly cheaper in almost all instances. Take a close look and you’ll be sure to find a home theater system that meets your needs and doesn’t make you break the bank.

Wireless Home Theater Systems

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As you can see, when considering wireless speakers, there are several things to take into consideration. The fact that “wireless” doesn't always really mean wireless is certainly one issue, but, depending on your room layout and the location of your AC power outlets, some sort of wireless speaker option may be perfectly viable and desirable for your setup. Just keep in mind what speakers require to produce sound when you shop for wireless speaker options. Also, for home theater application, check for official WiSA-labeled products, as that will provide further guidance, with regards to standards and capability.

Wireless Home Theater Systems

As a result, consumers are attracted by increasingly promoted home theater system options that tout “wireless speakers” as a way to solve this problem. However, don't get sucked in by the term “wireless.” Those speakers might not be as wireless as you expect.

Wireless Home Theater Systems

In this type of setup, the transmitter has to be physically connected to preamp outputs on a receiver, or, in the case where you have a packaged home theater system that incorporates a built-in or plug-in wireless transmitter. This transmitter then sends the music/movie soundtrack information to a speaker or secondary amplifier that has a built-in wireless receiver.

Wireless Home Theater Systems

Most home theater systems offer you an either/or decision: compelling sound or inspiring design. We say, “Why choose? Have both.” Our soundbars and home theater systems feature entirely new, beautifully crafted designs that are packed with technology to deliver the best audio experience for all your entertainment. If you want to keep it real simple, we even have a TV speaker for you.

Wireless Home Theater Systems

A more practical application of wireless speaker technology that is gaining a lot of popularity, is in a growing number of powered subwoofers. The reason that wireless subwoofers make a lot of sense is that they are typically self-powered already and, thus, have both a built-in amplifier and the required connection to AC power. Adding a wireless receiver to a subwoofer does not require a major redesign cost.

Wireless Home Theater Systems

This is becoming very popular on sound bar systems, where there are only two components: the main sound bar and a separate subwoofer. Although the wireless subwoofer arrangement eliminates the long cable usually needed and allows more flexible room placement of the subwoofer, both the sound bar and subwoofer still need to be plugged into an AC wall outlet or power strip. However, it is a lot more convenient to find a power outlet for one speaker (the powered subwoofer), than two, five, or seven speakers that make up a typical home theater system setup.

Why choose Sonos home theater? Easy to setup. No need to run speaker wires around the room. Just set it all up, connect to your TV with a single optical cable and relax. Your SUB subwoofer and rear speakers will sync up wirelessly. You can also get the ultimate setup of a PLAYBAR + Apple TV combination to combine video streaming and audio excellence together. Grows to 5.1 with zero drama. Start with PLAYBAR soundbar, add SUB and a pair of surround speakers whenever you’re ready. They’re all part of one surround sound system, so they work together seamlessly. Streams music, too. More than just great sound for your movies and games—you can stream your favorite music services and Internet radio to your TV room, too. Expands to any or every room. Send TV sound or streaming music around your entire home. Just add Sonos smart speakers in other rooms and they’ll wirelessly sync to your home theater.

Take all that’s great about movies, TV, music … and make it amazing. Bose soundbars and home theater surround sound systems bring out the best in your entertainment.

The primary draw, for many of those looking to acquire a home theater system, is the surround sound – hearing and feeling the strains of the musical score, sound effects and dialogue swirl around you and transport you to another place. A system worth its salt, so to speak, should have four satellite speakers, a center channel and a powerful subwoofer, to experience the loudest bass booms and the quietest dialogue in crystal clarity. Many systems at various price tiers feature that exact speaker layout.

Another example is systems, such as the Vizio SB4551-D5 (Buy From Amazon) that come packaged with a sound bar for the front channels, a wireless subwoofer for the bass and reception of the surround sound signals. The subwoofer then sends surround sound signals to two surround sound speakers via physical speaker wire connections.

Home theater for music lovers. Epic sound for all your movies, games and TV shows. Streams music, too. For those times when all you need is a song.

Image is, of course, just as important. Your primary choice will be between a home theater with a Blu-ray or DVD player. The former can play films on either format, and obviously provides high sound and picture quality in resolution as high as 1080p. A system featuring the latter, meanwhile, will be significantly cheaper in almost all instances.

What this means that the speaker still has to be physically attached to a power source and an amplifier. The amplifier may be built right into the speaker housing or, in some cases, the speakers are physically attached with speaker wire to an external amplifier that is powered by batteries or plugged into the house AC power source. Obviously, the battery option severely limits the ability of a wireless speaker to output adequate power over a long period of time.

Better sound for your TV You want your TV shows to shine. But you don’t want a ton of equipment to make it happen. That’s the beauty of these systems—one speaker, one connection to the TV. Plug the speaker into the wall, and enjoy the show. It’s that easy to add better sound to most TVs up to 46″ and some up to 50″.

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