Creating the ultimate viewing experience for sports, movies and entertainment requires more than just a big TV. To be fully immersed in the action, you need to have high-quality sound to live up to your visuals – sound that accurately reproduces the roar of the crowd, cars flying past, every footstep and sound effect.
The big game is just days away, and it’s the prime time to prepare your home theatre. There are simple ways you can optimize your sound system so those touchdowns, referee calls and crowd roars will sound as big and lifelike as possible. Here are some audio tips & tricks you can use to significantly upgrade your sports viewing experience to have stadium-like sound that immerses you into the live action.
MAY 16, 2022, PICKERING, ONTARIO, CANADA – PSB Speakers, the loudspeaker company that, more than any other, create the “Canadian Sound”, is celebrating 50 years of delivering high value hi-fi speakers at the intersection of science-based sound reproduction and musical enjoyment. Founded in St Jacob’s, Ontario, in the summer of 1972 by classically-trained violinist and self-taught acoustics designer, Paul Barton, and a couple of his high school friends, PSB Speakers soon became a pioneer in marrying psychoacoustics research with loudspeaker design.
Setting up new home theatre speakers to get the best room acoustics can seem like a daunting task. Speaker placement is one of the most important elements of acoustic performance and when done correctly, will best represent what your speakers are capable of. With a few simple tricks of the trade and some room observations, you can get it right.