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A Guide to Getting the Right Speakers for Your New HD TV

By Nathan Brown T Subscribe to RSS | March 8th 2012 | Views:

Selecting the right kind of speakers for your TV is a subjective issue. What may sound great for some, can be plain noise for others. And that is the reason why manufacturers include panels where sound quality can be controlled. But undoubtedly the biggest enemy that can mar your TV viewing pleasure beside the picture quality is sound. Generally reputed TV providers like Xfinity TV broadcast good quality signals over their fiber optic cables, but then you cannot expect everyone to terminate a fiber optic cable at your doorstep. Attaching quality speakers to your television sets can give you an enhanced experience but to get that you will have to choose the right kind of speakers wisely. Price, shipment and warranty can play an important role in what you pitch for after you have examined the many models available in the market.

There are umpteen types of speakers that you can choose from the market. The chief factors that customers usually consider before taking the plunge are: Price, Floor space availability, Sound levels, friendly controls and finally its susceptibility to external noise. Rather than falling to high sales pitch making a studied appraisal and evaluating them for comfort levels is what you need to do before you order one for your TV. And finally don’t forget to check if the speakers you are about to purchase are fully compatible with your television. Unless the output power and other technical factors match exactly you will not get what you have been expecting. If you are in doubt it is always advisable to contact someone more knowledgeable on the subject.

The 4 main types of speakers are the: floor standing, bookshelf, walls embed and the walls mount. If floor space is a constraining factor then rule it out and go for the walls mount, they will help you save a lot of space if you live in a condominium where space goes for a premium. The bookshelf is okay if you need to move them around a bit, and finally the walls embed one is for those who prefer a flush look for the walls. Needless to say the walls embedded need a lot of cabling and can cost a small fortune, but then they have advantages that you cannot ignore. The walls mount fit well with most flat panel televisions and the advantage is they can be placed next to the TV if you prefer.

Another factor that needs your consideration is the output power of the television and if they don’t match well then you shouldn’t expect proper sound reproduction. The usual output of a television is between 30 and 100 watts, but the input required for speakers can be even up to 250 watts. In which case you will need to include an amplifier along when you buy the speakers. See that the amplifier matches the output/input requirement of the TV. Any mismatch can damage the speaker, especially if the output of the amplifier fast outstrips the capacity of the speakers.

Finally to get the best concert hall like effect for your television you need to insulate the walls, and the most damaging to your ears can be the echo effect. For that purpose you will even need to keep the floor covered with an appropriate mattress capable of absorbing sound efficiently. Keeping the speaker too near or too far off too can rob you off your listening pleasure. When you buy speakers ensure that they match your room’s décor. The most colors are black, silver but rarely of any other color. However you customize your requirement by ordering one specially made for you, which case the price can shoot high. Check the warranty period that manufacturers give on their product. The longer it is, it is a sign of confidence that they have on their product, and that should be encouraging to you to pitch for it.

Nathan Brown T - About Author:
Nathan Brown is a freelance writer. Watching TV channels is one of his favorite, especially those that are informative like the one he got from Xfinity TV recently.

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