Surround sound 5.1, 7.1, 9.1
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In the 2000s, developments such as high-definition video, Blu-ray Disc (as well as the now-obsolete HD DVD format) and newer high-definition 3D display technologies enabled people to enjoy a cinematic feeling in their own home at an affordable price. Newer lossless audio from Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio and DTS-HD Master Audio with more audio channels, like 6.1, 7.1, 9.1, 9.2, 10.2, were also introduced for more cinematic feeling.
If you've recently bought a high-definition TV, you're probably enjoying an amazing picture — but odds are that its speakers can't do full justice to that gorgeous image. To greatly improve your TV's sound to a home theater systems Gray's Offers a full line of speakes and speaker packages.
Whether you're thinking of bookshelf, satellite, in-wall, or in-ceiling speakers, we've got what you may need. AT Gray's We offers a wide variety of home theater speakers .Adding a stereo speaker setup to your TV is a great way to get dynamic, engaging sound in small rooms and tight spaces, but if your looking to moving up to full surround sound system such as 5.1 7.1 or 9.1 we have it all.
Finding complementary individual speakers can be a pain--especially in the wallet. Complete home theater speaker packages take out the guesswork since they include a full set of matching surround speakers. Pair any of these speaker sets with a good AV receiver and Blu-ray player, and you'll have a home theater system that's a step above all. Home theater sound requires matching speakers for the best experience.
What we offer will put superb performance in your room for far less than you could imagine. We can put together some bundled systems with subwoofers for those looking for home theater system packages. This way you enjoy the performance that results from the best designs and the best materials for a great price. Settle back with your favorite TV show or DVD. You'll enjoy it like never before.
Basic Home Theater Speaker configuration advice
First, you need three front speakers -- left, center, and right: Usually, you will get a pair of bookshelf speakers and combine it with a Center Channel speaker .These should all be from the same series.
Surrounds: These speakers bring the sounds together, so to speak. Some use satellite speakers for this while others use in-wall or in-ceiling speakers for their surrounds.
Subwoofer: This is the booming bass that everyone loves. Subwoofers provide the rumble of the earthquake or the thunder behind the jet plane. A Subwoofer will compliment all of the above mentioned speakers packages and set ups.
This Basic home theater can go from Basic 5.1 to 7.1 to 9.1 depending on the suround Sound Reciever you may own.
The Best Surround Sound Speaker Configuration
A surround sound system consists of five to 9 speakers. We can also call it as 5.1,7.1 and 9.1 surround systems. 5,7 and 9 indicates the number of speakers in the surround system. The most common surround system configurations are 5.1, and 7.1.
5.1 surround sound configuration
1. Most commonly used surround sound configuration today is 5.1.
7.1 Surround Sound Speaker System
A 7.1 surround system has seven different audio channels – left, right, center, left surround, right surround, left surround back, right surround back and the sub-woofer.
9.1 Surround Sound Speaker System
Ready for surround sound again?
Ready for an improvement over the standard 5.1? How about 9.1?
Dolby's latest surround sound entry, Pro Logic IIz, introduces two additional channels to the ever growing mix - height channels. This expands the audio stream to 9.1, which means three speakers across the front, two on the sides, 2 in the rear, a subwoofer reproducing the low frequency effects channel (the ".1" of the 9.1), plus the new stereo height channels. The height channels are feed into speakers located in the air above the listener, giving a sense of spaciousness that can't be had any other way.
Height channels are nothing new actually, as they've been around since the beginning of modern surround sound itself (1993 to be exact). Many audiophile mixers, having no use for the .1 low frequency effects channel, used the full bandwidth channel as a height channel for some recordings. Good idea but it never caught on (but surround sound didn't either).
The problem with height channels is that many times it's difficult to mount the speakers in the correct locations up in the air (so what else is new?). But a bigger problem is that the standard position of the side speakers in a 7.1 configuration still isn't settled. Not to mention that there are few recordings available in 7.1, and very few consumer setups at home. 7.1 is having a tough time gaining acceptance, let alone 9.1.