The home cinema will certainly keep you home more often.
You can forget about those long ticket lines and sitting in
a large crowd.
However, there are some common problems that can be run
into when you have a home cinema. Here is just one of them:
Sound quality - If you are experiencing poor sound quality,
does this necessarily mean that the merchandise you bought
has a defect? No, not all of the time.
The first thing you should do is check the speakers’ wiring
to make sure they are properly connected at both ends. If
that proves that nothing is wrong, then you may have a
problem with the speaker or the amplifier.
The best way to trouble shoot and determine the problem
is to hook up the speakers to the stereo. If the sound comes
out great, then you have a problem with the amplifier.
If there is very little improvement, your problem is with
Another reason that you may be having a sound problem is
that the system is not compatible with the television that
you have. This should have been checked out before you
bought the system, but since the problem is there, you
should have a professional take a look.
It just may be that your speakers are grounded. You cannot
miss this problem because there is a hum coming out of your
home cinema system.
There are several reasons this can happen: ground loops,
bad cables, improper grounding and faulty equipment that is
caused by an electronic motor or a dimmer.
Poor wiring or speakers, grounding or even incompatibility
are just a few of the problems you may run into which can
affect the sound of the home cinema system. The minute you
notice any problems, do not panic, but instead try to
isolate the problem. Trouble shooting the problem can help you
when the person comes to fix it.
Once that you have found out the problem, call a pro to come
take care of the problem that you are having. That way you can
continue to enjoy your home cinema. What a great way to spend
time with your family. All the hours of joy that you can have with
your own home cinema.
Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"