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Tips For Integrating Your Subwoofer and Speakers

A well-tuned subwoofer can make even a modest music or theater system sound spectacular. On the other hand, a poorly integrated subwoofer becomes nothing more than a distraction. Even the biggest bassheads out there will admit that a properly setup subwoofer makes the music and movie experience better.

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HTF 8003 and HTF 7003 - Soundbars Designed To Complement Your Lifestyle

Whether your flat panel is mounted on a wall or seated on a credenza, the performance of the stylish KEF HTF8003 Soundbar will make your home theater sing!

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Considering Sound Absorption [Basic Home Theater Design]

The most often overlooked aspect of room design is the stuff you put in your room and you will be shocked and dismayed at how much trouble you can cause yourself.

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Home Theater 101: Basic Rules for Optimizing Your Home Theater System

These tips are meant to be general guidelines to get you started on your journey to having the best AV set-up you can afford. While they won’t solve all of your problems, following them from the get-go will ensure that you aren’t unknowingly adding problems as you put your room together.

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Problem Solving With KEF's T-Series

Don’t be daunted by the things that typically daunt those of us who really want our systems to sound great while also wanting our rooms and spaces to look great. There are solutions!

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A Brief History of Surround Sound

You could win a bar bet by knowing that Quadraphonic sound (surround-sound as we call it now) first became available in 1969. In 1970, RCA Records released Quad-8 tapes which were 8-Track tapes that played discrete quadraphonic sound. If you played them on a standard stereo 8-Track you would only get half the sound, so this lack of backward compatibility meant you had to buy a specific Quad-8 player. Again, expensive with not a lot of demand. Quad-8 tapes were available until 1978, but demand was never strong.

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