If self-proclaimed sci-fi nerds are given a space movie or anything involving dinosaurs, they get entirely engrossed when they watch it on their home theatre system. When you watch a movie in surround sound, you feel like you are there in the middle of a space fight or a tyrannosaurus rex pursuit. It’s a lot of fun!
The speakers’ primary objective is to have your surround sound system, especially in the basement, with the same sense of pleasure and adventure as in the movie theatre. Further knowledge will lead you through the essential factors to consider when designing your new home theatre system.
Speakers for your room
When constructing your surround sound system, the first thing you should think about is the space itself.
How much room do you have?
A large, open living room with beautiful ceilings requires different equipment than a small or medium-sized room with 8-foot ceilings. Another thing to think about is what else you’ll be doing in the room.
Is this the playroom for the kids?
Then you might want to consider wall-mounted speakers that are out of the way.
However, if this is a designated theatre area, floor-standing speakers or speakers on stands are best for the surround sound.
The centre channel speaker is regarded as the most important speaker of any home theatre system. It provides more than half of a soundtrack, including virtual speech delivers necessary sound effects for the centre stage.
Your centre channel should sound well with the rest of your speakers. Compact speakers require a smaller centre channel, but floor-standing speakers need a more significant centre channel to match their powerful output. Consider where you want your centre channel to go. Make sure your entertainment cabinet should fit within the available shelf space.
For wide soundstage
The left and right speakers reproduce the musical soundtrack and charge the most remarkable effects. Sound flows between the front speakers in rhythm with the action on the screen to immerse you in the drama. As front left and right speakers, floor-standing speakers, bookshelf speakers, and on-wall speakers all function well.
Dolby effects of speakers
Do you want to build a Dolby system?
Then, for sound above your listening position, you’ll need Dyna Audio Emit series speakers. You may utilise either in-ceiling or upward-firing speakers for your overhead effects channels.
Soundville advisors can help you select the best surround sound system equipment. Give us a call to discuss your questions. With your Dyna Audio Emit series purchase, you will receive technical assistance from Soundville.
Visit Soundville, your place for buying Dyna Audio Emit series speakers for a more in-depth look at centre speakers.