3 Pointers to Consider Before Installing In-Wall and Ceiling Speakers

Posted by Owen on 6/30/2014
If you think that sound system planning and installation is a simple ‘shop, install and enjoy’ activity, well think again. Enjoying your latest sound system investment requires a lot of preparation, time and planning on your part. You don’t just shop for high-end and best-in class speaker systems. When you want great results that are soothing to the ears, then you’ll need to pay attention to these pointers.

Outdoor Speakers Placement Tips for Your Home

Posted by Owen on 6/30/2014
The outdoors provides families and groups of friends with a different way of enjoying music and entertainment. Inside one’s home, there are a number of factors that can hamper the flow of music, reinforce the low frequency responses or even reflect the sounds. But in the great outdoors, it’s always a different thing. You are faced with a wide-open area, complete with all the noisy disruptions and the challenges of the changing weather conditions. Given these challenges, it is critical to pay attention not just to the quality of outdoor speakers, but also its placement to ensure quality music streaming that works for the great outdoors.

Does Your Home Theater Sound System Need Speaker Mounts or Speaker Stands?

Posted by Eric on 6/22/2014
Okay, you’ve purchased your home theater sound system. You’ve got your receiver, surround sound receiver, subwoofer, loudspeakers, gold cables, satellite receiver, Blu-ray player, and surge protector.

Music in your Nursery

Posted by Tatiana on 6/21/2014
One of the many exciting things a couple can experience is learning that they are expecting a baby. When you get the news, a million things go through your mind. One of the biggest things you will need to plan for and prepare is your baby’s nursery.

Does Your Home Theater Sound System Need Speaker Mounts or Speaker Stands?

Posted by Eric on 6/18/2014
Okay, you’ve purchased your home theater sound system. You’ve got your receiver, surround sound receiver, subwoofer, loudspeakers, gold cables, satellite receiver, Blu-ray player, and surge protector. However, if you want to maximize the power of your home theater sound system, you do not yet have enough. You need speaker mounts and/or speaker stands as well.

Positioning Your Speakers for Optimum Sound Quality

Posted by Eric on 6/2/2014
You might have invested a big chunk of change for your speaker system, but unless you are able to configure the mix properly, you could wind up with a huge wash of poor quality sound.
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