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What is Yamaha Home Theater

When purchasing a yamaha home theater, don’t stop at just a big-screen HDTV and a DVD or Blu-Ray player. You’re not going to have a truly great cinema experience until you have a great surround-sound audio system. That’s more than just a strong bass sub-woofer; you’ll also want multiple speakers to envelope you in the audio experience.

Yamaha Home Theater

The Onkyo 608 fits the bill nicely, offering the audio quality and long list of features you’d expect only in much more expensive units. It’s still called a “receiver” from the old stereo tradition where the audio amplifier featured an AM/FM receiver. This Onkyo receiver adds audio surround-sound processing, video switching, and a lot more.
5.1 + 3 = 7.2?

Onkyo 608 – A Home Theater Star

You’re may be familiar with 5.1 channel audio systems. They add 4 more speakers beyond the old stereo systems, for a total of 6 speakers. Starting with the 2 stereo speakers, add a center-speaker for a more solid sound. Then two (left and right) more speakers in the rear behind the listener so they’re surrounded by sound. Finally add a sub-woofer for power at the really low frequencies so important to movie special effects. Now you have a 5.1 channel surround-sound system, home theater projector

A 7.2 channel system adds 3 more speakers. First, there’s a second sub-woofer. Now the really low stuff is in true stereo. The other 2 speakers are usually used as extra-wide speakers in the front for an even bigger cinema effect. With a 7.1 yamaha home theater, you don’t get the second sub-woofer.

The Onkyo SR608 can also process the audio for placing the 2 additional speakers higher up in the front for a more 3-dimensional effect. Or (with the 608) you can use those speakers as a stereo in another room. You can even feed them a separate audio source than that of the main room. Yep, the 608 can feed 9 speakers, with several different options.

Audiophile Sound

This home theater audio yamaha home theater system isn’t just for movies and games. It also receives very positive reviews and comments for it’s sound quality and power – 100 watts per channel (though a bit over 700 watts total).

It’s also packed with audio processing capabilities. It features Dolby TrueHD, and can even improve the sound from MP3 and other compressed sources. The Onkyo 608 can automatically adjust equalization to precisely tune the sound to your particular room, and even includes a microphone. It can also automatically adjust tone for different volumes.

Audio-Video Switching

With receivers like the 608, you no longer need switchers or converters to connect all the components of your home theater. With 6 HDMI inputs, you should be able to handle as many digital video and audio sources you’re ever likely to have. Plus video and audio get switched together with a single remote-control command.

All video inputs are converted to 1080p resolution for the best viewing and no resolution changes when you switch sources. This isn’t flawless, however. If you’re watching slower video, such as the 30 frames-per-second you find on some cable channels, you’ll get a momentary flicker if there’s a data dropout on the input. The 608 doesn’t process this away, although many HDTVs will do this themselves.
Summary

Despite some special-case video glitches, owners love this receiver for movies, music, gaming and more. The Onkyo 608 is a modestly priced surround-sound receiver that offers the features and quality of much more expensive equipment.…

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The Best Home Theater Décor

Home Theater DécorDo you want the best possible sound from your LCD or Plasma television without dealing with all the cords? Try searching for a wireless home theater décor. You’d be joining the rest of this modern age by converting all your electronics to run wirelessly. You’d be able to stream media from the web via apps on television, hook your iPhone up so you can listen to, or watch content you’ve stored, and thanks to advancement in technology and efficiency, you’d consume less energy than previous models.

Home Theater Décor

If you already have a theater system and don’t want to spend the extra cash on a brand new wireless one, modifying your current system is easy. All you need to do is install a wireless transmitter in the receiver of your home theater décor, so that both the left and right channel audio outputs are connected. Make sure there is a power outlet nearby for the wireless transmitter home theater projector

Next, wire your speakers to the receiver. Make sure the corresponding receiver is connected to the correct speaker. Then you turn your new wireless home theater on and play a DVD to check and make sure everything is working. If your wireless system has different channels, make sure they are all on the same channel. And there you go. Prices vary for a home theater receiver and a wireless transmitter and receiver, some home theater receivers offer more features like 3D and a port for iPhone/iPad, so just choose the one you think will fit your needs.

Wireless Home Theater System 101

If you don’t have an entertainment system and you’re looking to buy one, all you have to do is choose how many speakers you want your wireless home theater system to have. If you want one in a large family room, a 7.1 home theater system should be able to cover all the areas a 2.1 can’t, and allow you to feel immersed in sound. It doesn’t matter how far away you put your speakers; the typical range for most systems is 300 feet, so unless you have an auditorium in your house you should be covered.

Since the transition to digital, more and more people are buying flat screens and moving away from the ancient cathode-ray tubes. My opinion is, why stop there? A wireless home theater system is stylish, convenient and it brings your home theater décor into the modern age. It’ll make your place the number one spot for movie watching in your neighborhood.…