The A/V receiver is the brains of your home theater system which means it's the most complicated piece of the puzzle. This article will guide you on how to use your receiver to set up your speakers for optimal performance.
The crosssover is truly where the "magic" of a speaker happens as it determines what each individual driver plays. It does this because speaker drivers need help. Lots of help. They play louder (are more "sensitive") at some frequencies than others
Here at Aperion Audio we've logged thousands of hours talking to our customers about their speakers and a good chunk of that time has been concerned with helping them sort out issues with their set ups.
Taking the extra time to hide wires will not only give your home theater a clean, sophisticated look, but it will help the other members of your household be just as excited as you are about your new system.
The latest development in home theater technology on the audio side are the new surround formats such as Dolby Atmos and DTS: X that utilize height channels, that is speakers that project sound above the listener.
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We make award-winning speakers that look as good as they sound and sell them online so you get unbeatable quality for the price.
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You get unlimited free support for your entire system and we back up our products with generous 5-and-10-year warranties. Since we've been around for over fifteen years, you're covered.