Home Theater System Review

6.1 Home Theater System

6.1 Home Theater System - Sony, Yamaha And Panasonic Compared

6.1 Home Theater System

There is nothing better than listening to quality music or watching a great movie with a sound system that radiates a full spectrum of sound. A 6.1 home theater system basically disperses the sound in such a way that each speaker receives the appropriate allocation of sound. Multi channel sound allocation is part of optimizing surround sound. When you are watching a movie, the system disperses the sound in such as way that the dialogue is passed to the center channel, the music and action to the front speakers, the surround effects to the surround speakers and the low bass sounds to the sub woofer. With a 6.1 home theater system, the full sound effects of the movie can really add to the entertainment experience by bringing the sound quality to life.

If you are looking to upgrade your home entertainment system then a 6.1 home theater system is basically the standard these days with 6 channels of amplification powering the 6 full range speakers. You can select from many different models for selected manufacturers. These systems vary in price and start from $150 and go up in price to over $1,000 dollars.

6.1 Home Theater System

At the lower end of the range, you can get a Yamaha 6.1 home theater system. The DVX-C310SL DVD changer features 900 watts of power with five speakers and a 6.5 inch subwoofer. The system includes a digital A/V receiver, 5 disc changing DVD player, a center speaker, 4 satellite speakers and a 150 watt subwoofer. It has Dolby digital and Pro Logic II capability and support for HDMI. Priced at around $150, it's a nice compact system that won't break the bank.

For around $370, you can get a Panasonic SC-PT750 6.1 home theater system with a built in 5-DVD changer, wireless rear speakers an IPOD dock and 1080 up-conversion for sharp high resolution images. The system has a built in high definition enhancer, a remote control for added convenience, 1000 watts of power and a super surround and Dolby Prologic II support. It's a step up from some of the lower priced models but the system represents good value for money that won't burn a hole in your pocket.

If you're looking to splash out and experience the top end quality of a 6.1 home theater system, at around $1,400, the Sony DAV-FX900W Theater System integrates a 5 DVD/CD changer and incorporates the latest video and audio technologies with a wireless rear speaker. The system comes with a HDMI interface for compatibility with the latest digital television. This is the top end of 6.1 home theater systems and represents superior sound to bring your sound and movie experience to life.

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