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August 11, 2011

Choosing The Best Home Theater Speakers: Three Must-Know Tips

best home theater speakersChoosing the best home theater speakers can seem overwhelming – with hundreds of speakers on the market, how do you get the right ones for your room?

Relax, there are some simple tips that can help steer you in the right direction.  By looking at these three tips,  you’ll be armed with the information you need to buy the best home theater speakers that meet your requirements and budget:

Number one is critical, and often overlooked: Consider room size first. There’s a little math required here – you need to figure out the size by calculating the length x width x height to get the size of the room in cubic feet. (We’ve got a calculator on the next page
to help you get the room size right!) A small bedroom or den (about 1000 cu. ft.) will be fine with smaller compact bookshelf speakers or in-wall speakers and a small subwoofer.

An average-size living room (about 2,200 cu. ft) will demand modest floorstanding main speakers and a larger subwoofer, or even good compact speakers will do the job, depending on your demands for peak loudness levels. And big family rooms or great rooms will need larger floorstanding main speakers and at least one powerful subwoofer.

Hey, there are two more tips you need to know!  Continue reading The Best Home Theater Speakers here.


Alan Lofft was, for 13 years, Editor in Chief of Sound & Vision, Canada’s largest and most respected audio/video magazine. He edited Sound & Vision (Canada) until 1996, when he moved from Toronto to New York to become Senior Editor at Audio magazine.
Lofft has been writing about hi-fi and video professionally for over 20 years, ever since his first syndicated newspaper column, “Sound Advice”, began appearing weekly in The Toronto Star, Canada’s largest-circulation daily newspaper. In the late 1970s, he became a contributing editor, columnist, and equipment reviewer at AudioScene Canada, the leading national consumer electronics magazine at the time. Find out more about Alan in his bio.

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