The Sound Quality
A cinema wouldn’t be a cinema without amazing sound quality that submerges you into a film and delivers clear and realistic audio. Any speaker system that is additional to your standard TV speaker will make a noticeable difference but there are few options to choose from…1) All-in-one. The full home theatre systems are perhaps the easiest option as they contain everything you need to bring home the cinema feel. Each package comes with the amplifier, speakers and cables, with most also containing a DVD or Blu-ray player, some even have both, so all you have to add is the TV.
2) 2.1 and 3.1 systems. Each of these systems come with simply two or three speakers that you can place wherever you want. Available wirelessly, they are the standard systems for a home cinema and are ideal if you want a step up from what your TV speakers offer. Plus, you can always buy an amplifier or subwoofer separately to add to the system.
3) 5.1 and 7.1 systems. These systems are just one step down from the home theatre systems and comes with five or seven speakers for full surround sound, coupled with a subwoofer and some also come with a DVD or Blu-ray player to complete the set.
4) Soundbars. These create a virtual surround sound is a more condensed way of having surround sound as just have one long bar rather than having several speakers dotted around your room, however this does mean there will be no rear speaker. Some do also come with a subwoofer or 3D Sound Plus for an even more powerful audio projection.
Home cinema systems can be fitted to most TV’s, but HD televisions are recommended for better clarity. However, if you want to get the full experience then a specifically designed cinema TV is definitely worth taking a look, especially if you love 3D. Smart HD televisions with Cinema 3D, like the LG Full HD 3D Smart TV’s, are ideal as they offer high quality viewing whether you’re watching a film, gaming or watching standard TV, and are available for a range of screen sizes from 32” to 55”.
A Blu-ray player is the icing on the cake when it comes to having a home cinema. Thanks to the HD up-scaling of DVDs a Blu-ray player means that through a HD TV you can enjoy any standard definition film in full HD, and relish in high-quality digital sound when connected to a home cinema system.What would you have in your home cinema?