Experience big, booming sound without ever leaving the house. If you’re craving that movie-theater experience right in the comfort of your own home, there’s one crucial piece of equipment that’s a must-have: your A/V receiver. Your audio-visual receiver is the heart of your home theater system. It accepts the signals from all your devices, amplifies them, and sends them back out to your speakers. As a result, you, your family, and friends get to enjoy a level of booming audio that’s comparable to the movie theater down the street, without paying those big ticket prices. If you’re in the market for a stellar home entertainment experience, Cathey’s Audio Visual Entertainment, in Tucson and Sahuarita, can help you design the home theater setup of your dreams.
Quality Makes a Difference
Many homeowners make the mistake of purchasing a complete home theater system in a box. While this is a quick and affordable option, it’s not recommended. The included A/V receivers are often constructed of thin, flimsy materials and provide sub-par audio that may hum, vary in quality from channel to channel, or fail to sync with your devices. They’re often fickle when it comes to connectivity, and they have much shorter life spans than higher-quality options, which actually makes their low prices tags null and void.
The highest quality A/V receivers are purchased as solo pieces, such as the top models we’ve listed here for comparison:
- Onkyo M-5000R: When budget isn’t an issue, we recommend a receiver similar in quality to Onkyo’s M-5000R. Delivering tight, clean, clear sound and sleek, good looks that boost the appearance of your home movie theater to professional levels, the M-5000R makes you feel like you’re right there, listening in person. Close your eyes and be transported to a live location.
- Onkyo TX-NR696: A best, mid-range option in A/V receivers, the TX-NR696 features clean, booming sound, 100W of power, and an HDMI port that’s easily accessed from the front of the unit. High-quality, but affordable, this receiver is a prime addition to any home theater setup.
- Onkyo TX-8020: For the money, it’s hard to beat the little TX-8020. Its unassuming technology and classic black color help it fit seamlessly into any decor. Suitable for small-to-medium rooms, the TX-8020 features superior sound quality and easy connectivity that will bring years of movie-theater quality sound to your home entertainment area.
CAVE Customizes Your Home Theater Needs
Whether you’re interested in building a home theater from existing appliances, pre-wiring a new construction for future home-theater capabilities, or updating your outdoor living space with audio-visual components, the experienced professionals at CAVE offer full-service convenience. From wiring to shades to lighting, our experts will walk you through everything needed to create a personal entertainment nirvana inside or outside your own home. Call Cathey’s Audio Visual Entertainment in Tucson and Sahuarita today to design and customize a home entertainment solution that’s unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.