While shopping for a proper amplifier to boost the performance of your speakers, you need to consider impedance in the first place.
Manufacturers of home theaters have devoted much time and effort to upgrading audio components, and such tendency has resulted in the growing number of 7.2 receivers.
Digital revolutions have brought us a huge list of devices and connection options. Here we will take a look at some of the most popular ones.
Dolby Atmos is a new generation of technology developed by Dolby Laboratories, designed to produce surround sound.
A home stereo system usually comes with a built-in amplifier to power the system and control the speakers. You must connect an amplifier if you want to get more power, which allows you to use additional speakers.
Even when you use perfect AV amplifiers you have to decide whether stereo or surround sound is more important. However, now you’ve got an opportunity to have everything together.
aptX is a digital technology that allows you to transmit audio as 16 bit/44.1 kHz at a compression level of 4:1 and a data transfer rate of 352 kbit/s.