At the heart of your home cinema audio system is your amplifier, which is the key component to provide the power and functionality to your speakers and delivery the perfect immersive audio experience. With a wide range of features, configurations, and brands to choose from, understanding the basics of home cinema amplifiers is essential for creating a personalized, high-performance home theater system.
How Do Amplifiers Work?
Types of Amplifier
Calibration and Room Correction
Our team will ensure optimal performance through automatic speaker setup, which simplifies the initial configuration process. It typically involves using a calibration microphone and a series of test tones to measure the characteristics of each speaker in the system. The amplifier then analyzes the measurements and adjusts settings such as speaker distance, channel levels, and crossover points to achieve optimal sound balance and imaging.
We will also optimise room equalization, which aims to address the acoustic characteristics of the room, including reflections, resonances, and standing waves that can negatively impact audio quality.