home audio

By: G Electronics  09-12-2011
Keywords: Home Theatre

what is a home theatre in a box?

Home theatre in a box is a simple solution to provide surround sound for a relatively small price.

Packages such as the Sony DAVHDX475 is a entry level system with a 5 disc DVD-player, AM/FM turner and 6 speakers. More elaborate systems can alleviate the need to run rear speakers wires such as a Sony DAVHDX975, running wire is a common problem for condo owners. Speaker wire is included with all of our home theatre in a box systems.

Limitations to these packages are the amount of inputs and lack of being able to upgrade speakers. Inputs are what allow you to add extra devices such as a blu-ray DVD player or gaming system. Many home theatre in box systems only have one extra input, which would mostly be used to hook up a Rogers HD Digital Box or Bell HD Receiver.

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