Can You Hear Me Now!?
Bear with me as I paint a picture for you; you call Paul’s TV and speak with a representative regarding the newest and latest 2012 flat panels. You’ve done an extensive amount of research and just need your information backed up at this time. The rep assures you, that this is going to be the best option; congratulations, one step down towards the perfect home theater system. While speaking with the representative, they mention home audio to you; you immediately object, audio was not anything you researched, it will have to wait or the standard “I’ll wait until I get it to see what it sounds like.”
The TV arrives; you remove the TV from the packaging, inspect the TV for damage and then sign for receipt. You can’t wait until you show this beauty off to everyone. You get all of your components connected just in time for the big game or movie night with your family and friends. You turn the volume up by 25% and blankly stare at the TV; is it on mute, you think? You turn the volume up to 50%, ah, now you can hear it, but why does it sound like your cell phone’s speaker? HDTV’s today are not built with audio in mind. The demand in the HD TV industry is lightweight, sleek, and stylish; these requirements leave no room for decent speakers in the TV. So now you have the best TV you’ve ever had and the audio sounds sub-par.
You begin your new expedition, searching for the best sound to compliment your new “cell phone speaker” audio TV. With so many options and compatibility issues that may arise, you scratch your head in disbelief that you are at the researching crossroads once again. There are a few options that’ll vary depending on room size and general uses of the TV e.g. movies, gaming, music, etc. For relatively small rooms or all purpose use in regular size rooms, you can go with a simple sound bar which tends to be a “one-wire” connection, easy to connect. If you’re looking for full immersion and detailed audio unlike any other, there is no substitution for a full surround sound system. Surround sound systems consists of a minimum of a 2 front, 1 center, 2 surrounds, and 1 subwoofer (5.1), many of which require an additional receiver to power the speakers. To make it easier for you to get fully immersed, The King has taken all of the guess work out of building a full surround system and built them for you. The “King-built Systems” will offer the absolute best sound quality for all of your home A/V needs.
If you’re ready to complete your home theater with the perfect round house kick, call Paul’s TV at (888)669-1030 or check them out at PaulsTV.com.