Which is the best home theater system?
Since the market is getting flooded with electronic devices and gadgets it is very difficutl to decide which one is best. But for your assistance I mention the name of some of the popular home theater system brands such as Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Toshiba, Onkyo, and many more. To get detailed information go through the online home theater system reviews.
Sony MU.TE.KI Home theater componenet system which has 2 sub wofers and 6 speakers -costs around 45 K but bargain a deal for 40 to 42K in Sony Central . The 6.2ch HT-DDW5500 MU.TE.KI system supports two high-performance subwoofers… http://www.sony.co.in/productcategory/ht… Buy a separate blueray Sony DVD Player with it as well.
Instead of me giving you or anyone else providing you a guide for this, I recommend you go online to Home Theater Magazine and read the reviews on just about anything. This has been my guide for over 20 years. I purchased a DVD, Blu ray disc player, projector, power amps, receivers, CD player and speakers after reading there reviews. I have had no problems with any of the electronic they have recommended. This will depend mostly on your own personal budget and your requirements for your home theater. Hope this will help you out.
The all-in-one systems for about $299 are usually pretty crappy DVD players with attached speakers. They do not offer lots of spare inputs and we get people here whining after buying them when they discover what they gave up for the low price. My advice is: Receiver – Buy a good, big receiver from a name brand like Yamaha, Denon, Onkyo. The Onkyo TX-SR receivers have been winning awards and pack a lot of features for a low price. Speakers – Get a budget 5 speaker set from a company who sells speakers as it’s main business. Names like Energy, Definitive, Polk, Klipsch, just to name a few. Subwoofer – If you want an impressive home theater experience a good subwoofer makes a huge difference over improving the amp or the other speakers. You can save money by buying a subwoofer kit from places like www.partsexpres.com (Look for “Dayton”) or two good internet brands are “SVS Woofers” and “HSU Research”. Cables – Cables are NOT an investment. Never spend more than 10% of the cost of the devi