The Bose 321 GS Home Entertainment System is a good alternative for people considering a home theater system. I purchased my Bose 321 system about four months ago and thoroughly enjoy it. It produces a great home theater sound without the center and rear speakers, and without all those wires.
B&W claims that you don’t need a subwoofer with these speakers, which is partially true. While you probably won’t need a sub for regular music, if you really want to feel the punch of a bass heavy number, you might want to shell out for an additional subwoofer. But then, B&W was aiming for compactness with this system, and incorporating a large subwoofer would probably make the speakers too cumbersome to be moved around easily.
Sound engineering. For optimal sound, location is everything. Correct angles and spacing make the most of your subwoofers. One helpful hint is that your speakers should be spaced apart by approximately double the width of your television screen.
So, I have come to a deliberate decision not to be on the forefront of technology any more. Twelve months behind is good enough for me these days. It can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars to take that decision. I am sure that you are already aware how much items like computers, especially laptops, and plasma TV screens have come down in recent years.
With a flat screen television, you now have the option to mount in to the wall. This feature was not available in the old CRT televisions. Just imagine mounting your CRT to a wall. That does not look right. It actually looks odd. While with plasma and LCD televisions, you can simply mount them anywhere in your house. As long as there is a flat surface, then you are good to go. You can actually place your LCD TV on the ceiling and just lay in bed as you watch your favorite shows. It will be really cool. Just make sure to mount your TV properly. You do not want it to be falling on you after all.
Plan- It’s good if you fix up a plan of where to put up your home theater system.You have to know the dimensions of your home theater system as against the dimensions of your entertainment room.It helps if you know already know where to put them before you start with the Commercial Audio Video.
The spare bedroom! Well, our kids had families of their own now, so we essentially had three spare bedrooms. We decided to turn one of them into a home theater. Neither of us particularly liked watching TV, but we both liked films which are normally ruined by excessive advertising.
Either way, with the overall feedback of the system is great — and seeing all those “Amazon verified purchase” labels next to the great customer reviews bodes well for this system and the sale.