Home Theatre Specialist
Whether you are looking to build a dedicated home theatre room with a projector, or just a simple 5.1 system in your lounge based around your flat screen TV, The Audio Consultant can help.
We are experts at audio-visual solutions with a passion for what we design and will provide you sensible no nonsense advice.
We won’t bombard you with techno-speak, we will answer every question, and we will ensure you are happy with any purchase you make.
For a quality home sound system, surround sound system or multi room audio system we can help you.
The sky’s the limit with Home Theatre, with Focal’s full sized speakers (whether floor standing or stand mounts) or even closer to a professional theatre with pro audio speakers, high quality AV amplifiers (from Anthem, Yamaha, and similar), and good TVs & Projectors (Sony, Panasonic & Optoma) any size of system is attainable – The Audio Consultant can help you achieve this, and correctly scope the size of system to your needs, environment, and budget.
We can help you find the right solution, no matter how big or small your need is!
What does 2.0, 2.1, 5.1, 7.1, or 11.2 mean? These numbers are a simple representation of the different speaker configurations, the first number is the number of speakers, while the decimal place (e.g. .1) is the number of subwoofers used for low level bass and movie effects. A 2.0 system is a conventional stereo system (2 speakers), while an 11.2 system features 11 speakers and 2 subwoofers.
The subwoofers a denoted after the decimal point because they are usually self powered and do not require power from the amplifier they are connected to – e.g. a 5.1 system means there are 6 speakers (5 standard speakers & 1 subwoofer) but only 5 of them need power from the amplifier.
Come visit one of our showrooms for a friendly chat
Please feel comfortable to come down to our showroom in either Hamilton or Auckland and have a chat about what is available to suit your needs.
We will make sure you enjoy your time with us and get the advice that is right the first time.