THX Releases Videos To Help With Selecting Surrounds, Electronics, and Remotes

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THX Releases Videos To Help With Selecting Surrounds, Electronics, and Remotes


THX-Videos-Surround-Speakers-small.jpgAs was announced a few weeks ago, THX and Home Theater Review have teamed up to bring a new video series to our readers. Today, three new episodes were released, episodes 6 through 8, which continue to explore the process of setting up a home theater.

This time the focus is on selecting different components for the home theater playback part of a home theater. This includes selecting which surrounds work for your room, how to pick electronics, and how to control it all with a remote.

Click here to watch the new episodes.

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• Learn about speaker and display placement from the second set of videos.

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