Welcome to the Home Cinema Amplifiers page, these amplifiers are audio components
(also known as Hi-Fi separates) that are used with other audio components
such as a DVD player, CD player and speakers. Home cinema amplifiers have
surround sound technology included with is usually Dolby Digital and are
designed to be used with home cinema speakers which can be purchased in packages,
these home cinema amplifiers are for people who are interested in building
their own home cinema system so they can have exactly what they want.
There are lots of things that you should look for when buying a home cinema amplifier with the most important being the surround sound technology that is used with the amplifier, Dolby Digital is the most common and is also the standard surround sound technology used on DVD's and digital television so Dolby Digital is the surround sound technology to look for when buying a home cinema amplifier. The power is also important and these amplifiers usually have lots of power, the power is usually stated in RMS watts with the higher numbers having more power.
There are also amplifiers that are called receivers and these have a built in radio tuner, these are well worth looking out for as they save you money and also space as you only need one unit. These receivers have all of the features that the amplifiers have so you can connect other audio components just as easily, one feature to look out for is RDS which gives textual information on the radio station you are listening to such as the radio station's name and the song's name.
If you would like to buy an home cinema amplifier then we have listed some below and have put the cheapest first which makes it very easy to buy a cheap home cinema amplifier:
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