Anything new can be hard to tackle from lack of knowing where to start. It seems like forever ago since I started first looking at tv’s online but here I am three years later pumped full of knowledge and it’s been quite a ride! Some of you might be getting your tax refund check and I’ve already been asked once, “How do I decide what to buy?” I’m glad you asked..
In my pursuit of audio and video nirvana, I’d lost sight of the practicality that I measure everything else by. I have two 175 pound subwoofers that sound absolutely incredible, but I could have spent 1000 less on two subs that were much smaller and still sound more than excellent. I had monstrous, boxy floorstanding Klipsch speakers that put out gobs of clean sound but cost 1800 a pair and only look prettier than excellent sounding speakers at considerably cheaper price points. I spent so much time thinking that if I didn’t have the best of the best, that I’d truly miss something from my home cinema experience. I was wrong.
Google’s definition of Bass – The low-frequency output of a radio or audio system, corresponding to the bass in music.
When you think of a bombastic and brutish sound, you probably think of the bass of a song or soundtrack. It can be forward and punchy or slow and sublime.
So my spending escapades haven’t stopped with a super sweet projector and screen….it now has trickled into a little thing called audio. I guess I had to take my own advice and invest in what would finally satisfy me from both the audio and video sides of home theater.
I am a pretty big home theater enthusiast (if you haven’t already noticed!) and I have always been looking for a really cool experience. I knew I was never going to be able to achieve that sweet spot if I stuck with a tv so I did what anyone would do, spend way too much on an awesome home theater projector and screen.
Quite possibly the nerdiest home theater enthusiast discussion I’ve ever heard but it’s well worth the listen!