AV receiver offers unique flexibility and possibilities when building a home cinema. For instance, remote control settings for multi-room systems are diverse and bring convenience and comfort. Furthermore, a receiver can be used to build a full-scale home entertainment system, including multi-room setups.
AV receivers and subwoofers are created for one another, so connecting them shouldn’t be much of a problem. Most commonly, it is, but sometimes problems do occur, especially for those new to AV receivers and subwoofers. So, to make you feel more confident, I will consider all possible ways of connecting the subwoofer to the receiver in this article. Well, let’s go!
Imagine you are watching a movie, enjoying your time with friends, and suddenly you see your AV receiver turn off by itself. That is not the greatest thing one can expect. Such an incident may also indicate that your receiver has a severe problem.
Even the most advanced AV Receiver won’t do any good if one doesn’t have a proper speaker setup. Unfortunately, way too often, I saw people who bought high-end receivers but didn’t pay much attention to speaker setups. In this article, I want to answer how vital rear surround speakers are and why one should pay attention to speaker setups at all.
In most cases, HDMI is the finest option to connect a TV and a receiver. However, what if you have an old receiver without HDMI inputs but still want to put it to good use? What can be done in this case? Today’s article will help you find the optimal option to connect your TV to a receiver without HDMI without a headache.