Recent Recommended Home Theater Systems
Our $1,500 5.2.4 recommended home theater system can be bought from Amazon, features serious components from Sony, Polk, and Onkyo and gets you better than HTiB performance and immersive surround.
Recommended System: Drop that home theater in a box. Today the Audioholics build a high performance home theater system on a $1,000 budget. Click to find out which components we picked.
We put together a budget friendly 5.1 recommended home theater system for $750 that will crush any HTIB or soundbar, especially for music. Get this if you're an audiophile on a budget.
Looking to get a killer 5.1 home theater with UHD capability with expandability for immersive surround sound? Check out our recently updated $2,500 recommended system.
This article is a small roundup of some big speakers with good design and high quality components though not inexpensive. But, life-like sound demands life-size speakers. Check out what made our list.
Recommended System: The Audioholics $6,500 home theater is a slight deviation from our norm: instead of running big tower speakers, we're aiming for high WAF without compromising performance.
Recommended System: The Audioholics High End 7.x Home Theater ditches the idea of a budget, but not value. We build a top of the line speaker setup, without flushing money down the toilet.
Two-Channel: A Solid Hi-fi audio system is a sonic treat. Rediscover your music collection and have a long lasting system with this $6k stereo system featuring MartinLogan, Yamaha, Marantz and more.
Recommended Home Theater System: The Audioholics build a killer 5.2 channel setup for $5,000. Curious to see what components we picked? Click to find out.
Recommended System: Audioholics puts together a killer two-channel hifi system that doesn't sacrifice aesthetics on a modest $4,000 budget. Click to see the choices we made.
We think the best thing you can do when you are buying an entry-level stereo system is to think about the future. We help you do that with our $1000 2-channel recommended system.
Interested in building a top notch hifi stereo system with a $10,000 budget? Click to see what components the Audioholics recommend to achieve audiophile nirvana.
This system represents extreme value and emphasis on audio performance. At this price its not typical to get such high performance and great looks all in one, with some of the most trusted brands.
If you have $2,500 to spend on a 5.1 surround sound we can't think of any better system to buy than this one. It's the best bang for the buck out there.
The $1000 home theater system delivers a solid surround sound experience for a bargain price. While the $1000 system won't include a flat panel display, it does add upgraded features.
Looking for the best stereo system for under $2k? This hand picked selection is sure to rock your socks off for many years to come.
A new TV, receiver, or sub might be the most exciting things you can purchase for a home theater, but we'll guides you through everything else you'll need to get your system up and running properly.
Putting together a complete home theater system from soup to nuts can be a daunting task. Just how much should one budget? What are the best products for the price? And what is right for your needs?
There are as many ways to build a $3500 home theater system as there are people. Chances are, you have some of this stuff already but we think our list is a great resource for figuring out what next.
For our $1k recommended system, we've managed to put together a system that not only has all 5 speakers and a sub, but also a Blu-ray player, Netflix and more streaming, and a full fledged receiver.
The $750 system, while it won't include such niceties as a flat panel display or power conditioner, will present an excellent upgrade of audio and video capabilities for those looking to go 5.1.
The following is an entry-level system designed to balance the desire for optimal quality of both audio and video aspects of the room. Key things to note are that this could be a front projection …
Now we're talking home theater... The $25K recommended system takes some of the best equipment for the money and puts it together for an impressive immersive environment. Whether you're a two-channel …
Looking for an entry level home theater system? This is what we recommend for $1000. It will keep you from getting ripped off by the big box stores and deliver more than the average home theater in a …
We decided to go all out on this $75,000 and include mostly top notch products priced right at the crest of that place your budget hits the point of diminishing returns. This means we included some …