Other Awesome Home Theater Websites
Other Awesome Home Theater Websites
Hope you’re all doing well. This is going to be a really short one, but what I wanted to do today was briefly highlight a few other home theater websites that I think do an awesome job at not only explaining things, but also do so in a fun way.
There’s probably millions out there so no way would I be able to touch on all of them; but I wanted to let you know about a few of the best ones that I’ve at least come across so far that you’ll likely find helpful too.
I like this site because besides offering stellar reviews and well detailed explanations, there’s an awesome active community that shares the same love for home theater. You’ll likely learn a lot there as well.
These guys are practically OG’s in the home theater world, having been around for many years. In fact, this year actually marks their 25th anniversary in publication. To say that they’ve been at it for a while would be an understatement.
Having actually started out as a magazine way before the internet was popular, they’ve helped to make home theater mainstream.
I’d give them a look as their reviews are always in depth, and the information they provide is definitely useful.
It wouldn’t be an accurate list without including these guys. Sound and Vision is another one that’s been around for many years. They are highly respected in the home theater sphere for their extensive knowledge and experience on just about anything to do with the hobby.
Again their reviews are top notch, their information is well researched, and the topics they cover is far reaching.
This is a pretty cool site created by someone who worked as an audio engineer for years and decided to create a website geared towards making things more user friendly. There’s a wealth of good information offered here, so this is certainly one to check out as well.
Lifewire is a pretty all around website that focuses on all kinds of things within the tech world. But they also have some pretty helpful articles when it comes to home theater as well. I like that that not only explain things clearly, but also include pictures to help visualize what they’re talking about.
Even if you aren’t a complete tech nerd, at one point or another it’s likely that you’ve at least heard of CNET. While it would be hard to classify the exact type of website CNET actually is, they’re primarily a technology and home theater type of site.
What I like about it is they tend to cover topics from a lot of different perspectives, so it isn’t simply black and white with them. I’d give them a look since their tech guides are really good.
This one is a lot more specialized, but if you’re into subwoofers specifically, then this is a great site to check out. Essentially everything you could possibly ever want to know about a subwoofer, you’ll find here. It’s safe to say this guy knows his stuff.
I really like the way the things are done on this site. Whether it’s a review on speakers or HDMI cables, you can always count on a lengthy and well explained article going into depth on that topic. It’s really impressive actually. I’d give them a look.
This site is pretty awesome since they do a good job of explaining things in layman’s terms making it easy to follow along. Plus there’s a good number of reviews and guides.
This is a very informative site that does a good job of looking at things from the perspective of both a consumer and an audio professional. With over 20 years of experience, they definitely know a thing or two. You’ll likely find it very useful.
This is yet another instance of a group that’s been around for decades, long before the internet. There’s a wealth of information there that covers quite a lot (only makes sense given they’ve been around since 1979) I’d certainly recommend checking them out
Well that’s about it for now folks. I just wanted to cover a few of the other sites out there that do a good job with explaining the topic of home theater that you’ll likely appreciate.
Again, this isn’t all of them since it would be impossible for me to find them all, but this is just a few of the good ones I’ve personally come across.
Hopefully you’ll find them helpful. On a side note, if you aren’t already, be sure to follow Easy Home Theater on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest since I post updates and other things there that don’t always make it here, including things to come. I’ll link those below.
But other than that, that’s all for now and I’ll catch you in the next one.
Like always, make it easy, keep it simple. 😉
Hey everyone it’s nice to meet you. I’m Jasmere, the founder of Easy Home Theater. I’ve been with this hobby for many years now, and decided to create this site to share everything that I’ve learned from personal experience with you. I hope you find it helpful, and if you ever have any questions, be sure to reach out!