Klipsch Black Reference Theater Pack
The Klipsch Black Reference Theater Pack features a down-firing subwoofer that’s great if you want the bass to really vibrate through your screening room, though you might not get as much punch or clarity from it as you would from a front- or rear-firing model.
- Injection-molded graphite woofers
- Linear travel suspension tweeters
- Mid-range is a little thin
Polk Audio Home Theater System
If you’re looking to get some bang for your buck, the Polk Audio Home Theater System comes in at a relatively low price, considering the bundle includes two speaker towers. While it might not live up to an audiophile’s standards, casual listeners should enjoy the quality.
- Towers have dual bass radiators
- For small and medium-sized rooms
- No adjustments for acoustics
If you’re just beginning to dip your toes into the world of surround sound, the Yamaha YHT-5950 might be a good place to start. Since the package includes a stereo receiver, you won’t have to worry about buying speakers with the correct power consumption.
- 4k video passthrough
- Support for dolby vision
- Automatic room optimization
Definitive Technology Procinema 6D
Both the satellite and left and right nodes of the Definitive Technology Procinema 6D are designed to be as compact as possible without sacrificing too much in audio fidelity. That makes this an ideal choice for a small or mid-sized setup.
- Very clear center channel
- Easy to wall-mount
- Subwoofer is a bit underpowered
Jamo S 809 Bundle
The innovative Jamo S 809 Bundle allows the company’s Dolby Atmos modules to seamlessly integrate with floor-standing units. Wiring for the height channels connects to the left and right cabinets while metal fasteners transmit the signal to the upward-facing speakers.
- Minimalist look
- Aluminized polyfiber cones
- Modules sold separately
JBL A130 Surround Sound Set
The center channel cabinet included with the JBL A130 Surround Sound Set features adjustable metal feet, so you can ensure it’s perfectly level on your TV stand. The system’s wide frequency response is great for a variety of media.
- Rear-firing bass ports
- Foot pads prevent scratches
- Limited to 6-ohm impedance
Fluance Signature Series Home Theater
The Fluance Signature Series Home Theater features large left and right front cabinets that each house a pair of eight-inch woofers, so your low-end and mids spread throughout the room. The subwoofer’s reflex ports face forward, providing a nice punch.
- Neodymium tweeters
- Deep black ash finish
- Next to no distortion
Elac Debut 2.0
With an app that allows you to adjust the EQ settings, the Elac Debut 2.0 is a good option for those who want control over their sound. The F5.2 towers are the stars of the show, however, featuring a silk-dome tweeter that’s capable of reaching 35,000 hertz.
- Woven aramid-fiber woofers
- Front-facing reflex ports
- Medium-density fiberboard cabinets
SVS Prime Black Ash
The five satellites that come with the SVS Prime Black Ash are incredibly versatile, giving you the ability to create a realistic sound stage. Their one-inch aluminum tweeters are particularly good at articulating high frequencies.
- Clean bass response
- Relatively easy to conceal
- Subwoofer is a decent 12 inches
The Klipsch Rp-6000F boasts titanium LTS vented tweeters with specially engineered horns, maximizing clarity in the upper register while minimizing resonance. Combined with the spun-copper woofers, the system provides a rich, dynamic soundscape.
- 12-inch subwoofer
- Response range of 24 to 25000 hertz
- Ceiling units are dolby atmos ready