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Definitive's Mythos speakers offer audiophile performance in a sleek, stylish package. Learn about what makes these speakers different in this short overview.

Find out how your room affects your speakers' sound. Then get some tips on locating and treating your room's trouble spots.

It doesn't take deep pockets or "golden ears" to obtain and appreciate good sound. Learn about the terms used to describe sound, so you can find the right audio gear.

Steve, Crutchfield A/V Editor, gives us a tour of the Crutchfield Labs. He talks about why we built the Labs and how they can help us find you the right gear.

Crutchfield copywriter Dave wanted to save some space in his TV room, so he installed a pair of Definitive Technology DI 6.5LCR in-wall speakers.

These Polk speakers use some advanced technologies to create incredibly lifelike sound that draws you into your on-screen entertainment. You can even upgrade to a

Video: JBL Soundbars
by Zak Billmeier

JBL's soundbar speakers will help you get superior sound out of your TV. Three models are available, including one with a wireless subwoofer.

Monitor Audio has been building highly refined, superb-sounding home loudspeakers since the mid-1970s. Crutchfield is thrilled to introduce them to our customers.

PSB's Imagine X line of speakers gives you the kind of clean, balanced sound PSB is known for without breaking your budget.

Curious about how Dolby Atmos can elevate a home theater's sound? We were — so we set up a system with Pioneer Elite equipment and gathered our experts to listen.

In this video, world-renowned speaker engineer Andrew Jones discusses his latest creations and how they deliver a thrilling home theater experience.

Sound bars are a great way to get better sound from your TV. In this short video, we'll help you sort it all out so you can find the one that's best for you.

Supercharge your TV sound with a sound bar. They're easy to install, fit into any entertainment system, and they'll blow away your TV's built-in speakers.

DTS:X vs. Dolby Atmos
by Joshua Crane

Dolby Atmos and DTS:X are two exciting surround sound formats that add overhead sound effects to home theater systems. How do they compare?