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How To Buy The Right Stereo System Every stereo system available in the market has three vital components - speakers, receiver and the source. If you are aiming for a stereo sound then 2 speakers will do but to get a crystal clear surround sound you need more sophisticated equipment. For a home theater you need more than 6 speakers to give you the DTS effect. The receiver is a combination of an amplifier and an AM/FM tuner. The source has evolved from just a Compact disk or DVD player to music players that have multiple ports and the ability to play from any devices that is connected to it. You can either purchase these components separately or buy the pre-packaged system from a top stereo system brand. Before buying your own stereo system determine your needs. Are you buying the stereo system to add a little background music to your home or are you passionate about music? If you need a stereo system to add a little background music to soothe yourself at home then buy a pre-packaged stereo system. A pre-packaged stereo system fits the budget of an average customer and can be easily assembled and operated. If you are passionate about music then you need to buy separate components. Buying separate components can help you tweak the sound quality to the maximum. But buying separate components costs a fortune. There are a lot of high end stereo system components on the market and each of them target the music lovers who have lot money to spend. You can always upgrade your stereo system components in the future once you invest in the right components, so selecting the right components is crucial. You can ask the salesman to suggest models that can be upgraded in the future. There are many stereo system manufacturers who target the upgradable stereo system market and it you do your research properly you can always find the right stereo system to suit your needs in the present, and can be upgraded in the future. Moderately priced all-in-one Stereo Systems cost around $499 and you can compare and shop at big-box retailers, audio specialists and custom installers. If you are passionate about music then you require an audio consultant’s advice to pick the best stereo system for your purpose. An audio consultant can help you find the right AV receiver and surround-sound speakers. The right AV receiver and surround-sound speakers help you attain high quality sound. Big-box retailers target the average customers who need broad selection of products at competitive prices. Big-box retailers also offer free installation services for select stereo system models. You can use the internet to do your research about stereo systems. Many ecommerce sites are able to deliver stereo systems at lower prices than offline stores because of their low overhead costs. There are many negative factors involved in buying stereo systems online. Some manufacturers void your warranty because certain websites and retailers selling the stereo systems online are not associated with the company or brand of the stereo systems. Exchanges and upgrades also become difficult when you purchase online. Always prefer offline shopping for high end stereo systems and components. Printed specifications become obsolete when you start testing the sound quality of the speakers. Even speakers with high specifications may fail to give the quality you need. You need to listen and compare the sound qualities of every speaker in the store. The Speakers determine the amount of amplifier power you will need. A standard AV offers features such as s 7.1 channels and six HDMI inputs. Advanced AV receiver comes with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Airplay. Speakers come in various designs and the designs are costly too. If you focus on sound quality then pick speakers like Pioneer's SP-PK52FS. They are big and burly but deliver outstanding sound quality. The Energy Take Classic 5.1 is good tradeoff of sound quality and design. The standard home audio setup also has evolved into two tower speakers and a receiver. If you invest in a subwoofer then you can achieve excellent sound quality. Modern stereos offer integrated amplifier and simpler systems and stereos offer better sound quality than the high end ones. Sound bars come with integrated amplifiers. HTIB (home theater in a box) is also gaining popularity but they are not upgradable. HTIB is the best option for people who like to play games and watch movies in surround sound.
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Stereo Systems There’s an amazing variety of stereo systems to choose from out there. You can get an inexpensive MP3 stereo system, a CD stereo system, or an MP3/CD/Radio stereo system - the choice is yours. Here’s our stereo systems buyer’s guide.
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How To Buy The Right Stereo System Every stereo system available in the market has three vital components - speakers, receiver and the source. If you are aiming for a stereo sound then 2 speakers will do but to get a crystal clear surround sound you need more sophisticated equipment. For a home theater you need more than 6 speakers to give you the DTS effect. The receiver is a combination of an amplifier and an AM/FM tuner. The source has evolved from just a Compact disk or DVD player to music players that have multiple ports and the ability to play from any devices that is connected to it. You can either purchase these components separately or buy the pre-packaged system from a top stereo system brand. Before buying your own stereo system determine your needs. Are you buying the stereo system to add a little background music to your home or are you passionate about music? If you need a stereo system to add a little background music to soothe yourself at home then buy a pre-packaged stereo system. A pre-packaged stereo system fits the budget of an average customer and can be easily assembled and operated. If you are passionate about music then you need to buy separate components. Buying separate components can help you tweak the sound quality to the maximum. But buying separate components costs a fortune. There are a lot of high end stereo system components on the market and each of them target the music lovers who have lot money to spend. You can always upgrade your stereo system components in the future once you invest in the right components, so selecting the right components is crucial. You can ask the salesman to suggest models that can be upgraded in the future. There are many stereo system manufacturers who target the upgradable stereo system market and it you do your research properly you can always find the right stereo system to suit your needs in the present, and can be upgraded in the future. Moderately priced all-in-one Stereo Systems cost around $499 and you can compare and shop at big-box retailers, audio specialists and custom installers. If you are passionate about music then you require an audio consultant’s advice to pick the best stereo system for your purpose. An audio consultant can help you find the right AV receiver and surround-sound speakers. The right AV receiver and surround-sound speakers help you attain high quality sound. Big-box retailers target the average customers who need broad selection of products at competitive prices. Big-box retailers also offer free installation services for select stereo system models. You can use the internet to do your research about stereo systems. Many ecommerce sites are able to deliver stereo systems at lower prices than offline stores because of their low overhead costs. There are many negative factors involved in buying stereo systems online. Some manufacturers void your warranty because certain websites and retailers selling the stereo systems online are not associated with the company or brand of the stereo systems. Exchanges and upgrades also become difficult when you purchase online. Always prefer offline shopping for high end stereo systems and components. Printed specifications become obsolete when you start testing the sound quality of the speakers. Even speakers with high specifications may fail to give the quality you need. You need to listen and compare the sound qualities of every speaker in the store. The Speakers determine the amount of amplifier power you will need. A standard AV offers features such as s 7.1 channels and six HDMI inputs. Advanced AV receiver comes with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Airplay. Speakers come in various designs and the designs are costly too. If you focus on sound quality then pick speakers like Pioneer's SP-PK52FS. They are big and burly but deliver outstanding sound quality. The Energy Take Classic 5.1 is good tradeoff of sound quality and design. The standard home audio setup also has evolved into two tower speakers and a receiver. If you invest in a subwoofer then you can achieve excellent sound quality. Modern stereos offer integrated amplifier and simpler systems and stereos offer better sound quality than the high end ones. Sound bars come with integrated amplifiers. HTIB (home theater in a box) is also gaining popularity but they are not upgradable. HTIB is the best option for people who like to play games and watch movies in surround sound.