More and more individuals are wishing to to have their own home cinemas. Unfortunately, they either do not have the resources or they don’t have enough knowledge on how to set up the gadgets needed for the room to be completed.
For beginners, this is a very challenging task since there are so many things to consider when choosing the appliances; from the display to the sound system.
Some people are at ease with having just a few speakers, a TV display and a DVD player for their home cinemas. But for those who really want attention to detail and would want quality sounds and images, it would take more than those gadgets to accomplish this.
One very important electronic component for a home theater is the A/V Receiver. Its primary function is to connect the display and the speakers from the sources of the video and the sounds.
Here are the main advantages of having an A/V receiver in your home cinema system.
- Superior Amplification. The main advantage of having an A/V receiver in your home cinema system is its amplification of the sounds and the music from its source. If you ask the experts, they would tell you that buying a receiver will be worth the money because it drastically changes the quality of sounds that you will be hearing while watching a movie or just listening to some tunes. This sound can also be customized according to the size of the room so it would not overpower your movie experience.
- Video Switching Made Easy. The A/V receiver is also where you connect your numerous video input devices such as your DVD players, Blu-ray, Laptops and others. You do not have to disconnect a certain input source from the display to replace it with another source in case you want to switch. All of these inputs will be connected to the A/V receiver and you can simply switch from one source to another with just a few presses of buttons.
- Surround Modes. With the help of an A/V receiver, homeowners can now choose from different modes of surround sound when they are watching a movie. This can now be easily achieved since the speakers and the channels can be connected to the receiver and the sound is not only amplified but it is distributed appropriately among these channels.
Volume Normalization. When you increase or decrease the volume when watching a movie or listening to music, the receiver can normalize it so as not to affect the quality.