Your home cinema is basically composed of receivers, a
screen, speakers and amplifiers. We will look at each
component in depth.
Receivers - This is the very heart of your home cinema
because all of the other parts are connected or wired to
it. The receiver works as your controller.
If you select a low-quality receiver, this can jeopardize
the pleasure of your home cinema system. The receiver
should hold digital or optical audio ports and should even
be able to adapt to the older style cabling.
The price of your receiver will depend upon its amplifier
supremacy as well as its detailed feature set. You want to
make sure to always buy a good quality receiver. This will
ensure that you have a wonderful home cinema experience.
Screen - Another vital component of a home cinema system is
the screen. There are basically four types of screens:
permanent, portable, manual pull down and electric. Each
screen has its good and bad points.
Speakers - The speakers for your home cinema convert
electric signals into sound. You will be able to reproduce
quality audio by having a hi-fi surround system.
Amplifiers - Another way to look at your amplifiers is by
saying they are the minds of the home cinema.
Most amplifiers can be distinguished by several
characteristics such as gain, slew rate, settling time and
aberrations, output dynamic range, bandwidth and rise time,
noise and efficiency and linearity.
There are a lot of different model to choose from so be
careful when you make your selection.
These are the basic components that you will need to have
when setting up your home cinema.
Have a great day.
Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"