Buyer's guide & tips
External speakers for the TV: These tips will help you set up your home cinema perfectly
For those who pay attention to an optimal picture on their television set, we also offer the optimal sound. The speakers integrated into the LCD or plasma TV often don't reproduce the sound you've been hoping for. With strong bass and clear trebles, we let the TV fun come back into your 4 walls. Reason enough to think about a home cinema that gives the High Definition picture the sound it deserves. Order online speakers for your TV and get a good home cinema feeling at the same time, with high-quality speakers. At Teufel, you'll find a huge selection of affordable stereo systems that can be used with any type of TV.
What do you have to watch out for?
Current flat-screen TVs - also called flatscreens - can now completely convince with excellent picture quality, but often not with sound. This is mainly due to the flat design of the devices - there is simply no room, in some models the integrated speakers are even directed backwards or downwards.
- The solution for better sound is to use speakers that can be connected directly to the television set.
- When you buy your new TV, make sure that it also offers corresponding sound outputs for external TV speakers. If these are available, you can now connect one of the Teufel systems, depending on your taste and budget.
Perfectly matched to the design of these flatscreens are systems from the TeufelCinebar series, i.e. sound bars in various performance classes, which can be mounted above or below the TV. Other speakers for the TV - from the optically small microsystem to a complete home cinema system with its own AV receivers - can of course also be used. Now you can enjoy a super picture with matching sound.
Additional subwoofer for your TV speakers
The bass reproduction of the TV loudspeaker integrated into the TV is not enough for you? This can be remedied because most of the 5.1 speakers for TVs from Teufel come with an additional subwoofersin the scope of delivery, which provides the extra portion of bass. There are also two front speakers, two rear speakers for the rear and a centre speaker. When all these speaker components are well set up and precisely connected to the AV receiver, the sound fun can begin.
How to find your sweet spot
To fully enjoy the surround speakers, there are a few tips for setting up the speakers. Professionals speak of the so-called sweet spot, which describes the ideal listening position. To find this sweet spot, the distance between the speakers must be taken into account. Then the sound waves will reach your hearing at the right time and you will never get rid of the goosebumps! Find out now about the sweet spot and how they calculate it!
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