Recent Home Theater Calibration Articles
Can you achieve audiophile two-channel sound from a home theater? You bet! We’ll discuss ways to achieve audiophile nirvana and how to build a home theater around an existing two-channel system.
So you've got the itch to put in a home theater. But, how does one go about doing this and what room should you use? This quick guide and YouTube video gives you a step by step procedure.
This is a very basic guide on how to calibrate a new HDTV display to get the most accurate picture. We discuss setting black level and the picture enhancement settings which often make things worse.
Dynamic range is the ratio of maximum system output to the noise floor. In this article and YouTube video, we provide 6 steps for improving your home theater system dynamic range for better sound.
So you bought a new HDTV and the colors just don't POP like they did in the store. The following article on HDTV Calibration explains the do's and don't of calibrating your new set perfectly.
If you own a new Blu-ray player and AV receiver, then welcome to the wonderful world of HD Audio and Video! But, is your player properly set up? Watch our YouTube instructional video to be sure!
Got small speakers and a desire for bigger, better output and more bass? Experimenting with your receiver’s bass management and distance setting could be just the ticket. Read on to find out how.
This Home Theater Setup Guide contains a wealth of knowledge to help get your Hi-Fi system properly connected and setup. Check out our 10 tips YouTube video to improve your home theater experience.
Through the process of modal manipulation using multi-sub, EQ and proper set up, we demonstrate how to achieve perfect bass reproduction for EVERY seat in your home theater. Get you bass fixed here!
Have a new A/V receiver and want to know how to set it up? We go over how to calibrate everything including bass management, distance, level, crossover, and EQ settings and more.
Do your speakers sound like they are in a tunnel, cave, bathroom, auditorium, or the like? If so, chances are that you have some type of DSP, or Digital Signal Processing, going on in your system.
In stores, manufacturers purposefully crank up brightness and contrast, among other settings, to make their TVs look "better" than the competition. Here are a few tips to make your display accurate.
Just because your new-fangled receiver has automatic calibration does not mean it is going to properly place your speakers in your room for you. Double check each setting manually.
Televisions can deliver a pretty decent picture right out of the box these days. You just have to know what the Picture Mode setting means and how to use it to your advantage when setting up your TV.
Listening to music or movies too loud, even for short periods, can damage your hearing. Here are some tips to keep your home theater at a safe level.
Use a tripod to hold your microphone level and steady during system calibrations to achieve the most accurate and consistent results.
The TurboCal course is really just a quick way to get some really good sound in a system. It benefits the Installer, the customer and even the Do-It-Yourselfers.
If you’ve got a multi row theater room, you’re probably wondering what the best method of calibration would be. Setting channel trims and delay settings properly are paramount to ensuring good sound …
When trying to get the most performance out of your home theater, few things are more important than proper display calibration. It has come to our attention that many of you utilizing an HDMI …
You've finally done it. You saved your money and finally purchased that beautiful flat panel or rear projection television you've had your eye on for the past year. While some may look at this as the …
The world of high-quality consumer display devices and home theater has really taken off over the last 15 years The tools and information to get one's television set looking its best, however, has …