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Home theater systems are all the rage these days. Even if you don’t have a dedicated room for them like a home theater room or theater, you can still set up a home theater system in a room of your choice. The best part? You don’t need any special equipment or speakers to make one.
To set up a home theater system, all you need is a TV, an A/V receiver, some cables, speaker setups, and speakers. The TV is the centerpiece of any home theater setup. It’s your main way of turning the stereo signal on and off and displaying the images that you want to watch. You can use any TV as the centerpiece of a home theater system, be it a large-screen plasma or a smaller LCD or CRT. The A/V receiver is the heart and soul of any home theater. It’s the box that takes all the stereo and multi-channel signals from the TV augments them with Dolby and DTS decoding and then outputs them through a set of speakers and a subwoofer.
You can choose from a wide range of A/V receivers, some of which even have features like DVR capability, HDMI inputs and outputs, and advanced surround sound. There are cheaper A/V receivers out there that are okay for casual use, but we’d stay away from them in the long run.