Home Cinema Speakers
As one of the most important parts of the system, the speakers also provide one of the trickiest decisions. Whether you are looking for tall and slender speakers, tiny golf ball sized speakers or large serious looking speakers, the huge variety of sizes, styles and prices means that this is the part where you can really stamp your individuality on your home cinema system. The only difficult part is choosing which speakers to go for!
Top 3 Home Cinema Speaker Packages
Combining high quality performance with good value for money, these speaker packages are some of the best, and most commonly highly rated home cinema speaker packages around:
On paper, Maxells first foray into the soundbar market looks like it could be an impressive one, but how does the MXSP-SB3000 stack up in real life.
The Compact Neo 6.1 is a home cinema speaker package from British company, Acoustic Energy. This set combines the smaller AE Compact 1 speakers, with the subwoofer from the more expensive Neo range.
The Tannoy HTS 101 speakers sit in a sought after price bracket, and have a great deal of brand heritage to support them – but do they have the performance and looks to match the pedigree?
More Home Cinema Speakers
There are a huge range of speakers available so you really can choose the ones that suit your individual requirements:
The right home cinema speakers can make the difference between an average home cinema system and a great one. However, the choice often comes down to a compromise between looks and performance. Our Home Cinema Speakers Buyers Guide will help you make that choice.
A soundbar is a simple and good value alternative if you don't want, or simply cannot have loads of speakers dotted around your room. They might not quite produce the same surround sound effects, but improving the sound for movies and gaming doesn't come any easier than this.
It may sound like a complicated process, but with the right equipment, bi-amping your speakers can be very simple indeed.
In this short guide, we describe why you should bi-amp your speakers, and describe how to do it.
The centre speaker can make or break a home cinema system. All the speech and dialogue in the movie will come from this speaker so if it is not up to scratch, or positioned badly, it could ruin the whole experience.