These speakers require minimal space and wiring, and their sleek designs complement today's flat-panel TVs. Most feature built-in amplification. We recommend using these speakers with a subwoofer for full sound included with some models.
These all-in-one systems, sometimes called "home theater in a box" systems, include speakers as well as the amplification you need for engaging sound.
These convenient, voice-matched systems deliver seamless surround sound to liven up movies, TV shows, video games, and more. Use them with your choice of home theater receiver.
Get high-performance sound from speakers you hardly see. These speakers mount to your TV or wall, and some feature custom grilles to help them blend in. Use them with your choice of home theater receiver.
A home theater receiver powers five or more speakers for enveloping surround sound and provides connections for your A/V gear. Some connect to the Internet for endless listening options.
Complete your system with wiring, furniture, and more
Remotes, batteries, blank tapes, and more
Don't want to install your new gear yourself? Hire a pro.
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