While many home theater receivers have five powered channels for surround speakers, most are now made with seven. Receivers offer choices about what to do with the "extra" channels.
If you've purchased a seven-channel home theater receiver in the last couple of years, you may have a lot of amplifier power just going to waste.
Want better sound with your TV shows and movies? In this article we'll discuss why a prepackaged home theater system may be for you.
Crutchfield Writing Team
Learn about the features and technical specifications included among today's car stereo subwoofers.
Like a fine orchestra, a home theater receiver needs to tune up before it performs. Fortunately, most receivers come with auto setup.
J.R., Crutchfield sales advisor, shows us the Denon setup wizard makes setting up a home theater receiver fast and easy.
How much power do I need? Do I have to connect my video sources to my receiver? Do I need a 3D-ready receiver for my 3D TV?
In this article, we'll explain the ins and outs of setting up your receiver, so you can get all the audio and video performance you paid for.
Wondering what pieces go into a home theater system? In this article, we walk you through each component's role.
Dolly, Mac and Tara discuss the features available in home theater receivers, and the best way to choose one that's right for you.
Chris Egner, Ralph Graves
In this short video, Ralph and Chris take a close look at Bose's Acoustimass® 5 system, Acoustimass 10® system, and Acoustimass 16® system.