How to improve the sound on your TV
Modern televisions are equipped with a flat and thin screen, so the body of the TV itself is thin. In such a case it is difficult to put quality acoustics. And that’s from two speakers and more.
Technology is moving forward and the speakers are no longer as large as before. But the price of such equipment has also gone up. And you can find good sound quality in the flagship lineup of TVs, where the price allows the use of new developments.
But for more modest models you will have to use conventional speakers, and here will affect the lack of space for installation due to the size of the enclosure and the desire not to exceed the budget. Therefore, the question arises about external acoustics as a method to significantly improve the sound of the TV.
For example, movie producers advise not to forget the importance of sound. In their opinion sound information allows the viewer to be more immersed in the atmosphere of the film.
These are stereo speakers, soundbars, or home theater systems. There are advantages and disadvantages to each system. The home theater system will give the greatest effect when watching movies. It has multiple speakers and can easily realize multichannel movie sound.
A soundbar in one case has several speakers to realize multichannel sound. And if there is a separate subwoofer, it will be a good sound.
Two external speakers due to their size will give a very high-quality sound. Only stereo, if it is not critical for you, you can buy two active speakers. Or with a separate amplifier and passive speakers.
Protecting external speaker systems
Home theater systems are basic when choosing, so let’s consider their protection. Experts recommend buying a power manager for your home theatre, which protects from unstable mains voltage.
The so-called “dirty current” has the appearance of a very distorted sine wave with interference and varying levels over time. This is the kind of dirty current that must be dealt with so that it does not get inside the circuitry of the theater. The Home Theatre Power Manager is purchased to combat this kind of interference. Normal 120-volt mains voltage looks like a pure sine wave.
Interference in the network is of such a size to be dealt with by specially purchased devices, they rarely occur. And protection against them is purchased by people who live in adverse conditions. Interference occurs in the vicinity of large industrial facilities that interfere with the power grid. Or thunderstorms often occur in the region with lightning, which provokes large surges in the network.
Power conditioners can protect your home theatre from voltage spikes as well as sags. If there is interference in the mains, the power manager (conditioner) will make the current clear and interference-free. The equipment will be protected. In the extreme case, there will be a shutdown of the device, without breaking. After the power is restored, everything will turn back on and continue to work.
The main representatives of the family of power managers are Panamax and Furman. There are also other good companies.