Trust WiSA for the Best Home Theater Systems of 2020

September 21, 2020

How to Find the Best Home Theater System for Your Needs

The typical home theater system includes multiple wireless speakers, a subwoofer, and possibly an AV receiver for amplification or radio compatibility. Depending on your budget and personal preferences, those fully equipped systems can run into the hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

When you’re spending that kind of money, it pays to ensure you’re getting the most bang for your buck. Those significant costs are part of the reason the WiSA Association and its over 60 member brands came together—to make sure consumers got the best home theater sound quality experience possible.

Two Things to Remember About Home Theater Features

There are many factors to think about when planning your home entertainment. Everyone’s home is different, and everyone’s idea of home entertainment could be very different. There are some universal elements to remember though.

Home Theater Systems Are More Than TVs

When it comes to the ideal movie-watching experience, you might picture a high-definition 4K TV or setting up your projector on the wall. However, the truth is that home theater is all about the sound. You want sound that is three dimensional and lifelike in capturing the experience you’re watching. There are tons of options when it comes to what type of screen you’ll be looking at, but the speaker package is what makes the difference between a room with a TV and a home theater.

There Are Multiple Parts in a Full System

The wireless home theater systems we talk about at the WiSA Association are more than just a good sound bar and some speakers. A real theater system has center speakers, right and left front speakers, rear speakers, and possibly more than one subwoofer. Having these speaker packages working wirelessly in tandem while delivering the experience you paid for is a challenge. This element is one of the things we judge and assess at the WiSA Association.

The Three Kinds of Home Theater Shoppers

There are really only three kinds of home theater shoppers. We’ll break them down for you and how the WiSA Association makes the difference for their shopping experience.

The Customizer:

There are those who love the details and the process of building their home theater system piece by piece. They read all the options and do the research to find the combination of components that fits the dream in their head. The WiSA Association is made of people who love the same things. We’re audio nerds and proud of it. We want to recommend the best speakers, receivers, and other equipment to make your dream a reality.

The Casual:

Some people couldn’t care less about all the technical specifications and myriad of options available in the world of home theaters. They just want a system that works well, and they don’t want to drown in speaker cables. The WiSA Association makes it easy for those people because they can trust our certifications and recommendations to deliver the performance they want. We’ve taken the guesswork out for you.

Everyone Else:

Everyone else shopping for their home theater system is somewhere in the middle. You might have the perfect setup in mind but not understand the technology. Or you might only care about the perfect speaker package for music streaming and don’t care about watching movies. Regardless of the streaming service you prefer and your passion for home theater systems, you can rely on the expertise at the WiSA Association.

Finding the Best Home Theater Systems of 2020

We’ve made it part of our mission in audio excellence to remain current and keep up with the pace of technology. You might have had the perfect home theater 10 years ago, and now you’re looking to upgrade. You might be setting up your very first theater system, and you want to make sure it is as modern as possible. For the best home theater systems of 2020, trust the WiSA name and our years of experience.

For the best in speaker quality, take a look at our WiSA Certified Speaker Systems. Need the latest in transmitters and sound bars? WiSA’s got that covered as well. Just check out our page on WiSA Certified Audio Transmitters. We even have recommendations for WiSA Ready devices that work seamlessly with TVs and gaming consoles. Contact us today for more information or assistance in finding the perfect, modern home theater system for your needs.

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