The procedure of installing multi-channel audio speakers in home theater systems is quite tedious and suppliers have invented new products and technologies such as wireless surround sound speakers or surround sound wireless headphones recently to help simplify the setup. I will look at some of the products and technologies which have appeared and give some advice about picking appropriate components for a hassle-free installation.
These are one center speaker, two front side speakers, two rear speakers and a subwoofer. Therefore the installation of home theater kits has become a fairly complicated process. It then applies signal processing to those components and inserts special cues and phase delays. Next these components are mixed with the front speaker sound. The sound is next sent by the front loudspeakers along with the front speaker audio components. The downside though is that each person will process audio differently due to the different form of each human ear. A different solution for simplifying home theater installations and eliminating long speaker cable runs is to use wireless surround sound speakers shown at the site www.amphony.com/products/wireless-surround-sound.htm or wireless loudspeakers. A wireless solution will normally incorporate a transmitter component that connects to the TV or source as well as wireless amplifiers that will be connected to the remote speakers. Entry-level wireless devices use FM broadcast or audio compression which will deteriorate the audio quality to some extent. Many wireless devices work in the 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz frequency bands. Some products use the less crowded 5.8 GHz frequency band and as a result have less competition from other wireless gadgets.
However, realistic scenarios frequently will vary from this ideal and diminish the result of this option.