There’s something so appealing about a big new television, isn’t there? Thoughts of movie nights with the family gathered around, seeing the big game in thrilling HD that’s so realistic you feel like you’re right on the field . . . but often when you get everything set up and ready, the sound is disappointing.
What causes this phenomenon? Physics.
Before your eyes glaze over, don’t worry: this isn’t a grade eleven science recap! Rather, a simple explanation of why tv sound systems aren’t able to keep up with the big-screen picture, and more importantly, what you can do about it.Log in