From media to tech, we talk about all things home theater at Home Theater Heroes. If you’re not into home theater systems, you’ll be amazed at how media can come alive with the simplest of upgrades. 🔊
On Home Theater Heroes, you can expect:
- Hundreds of hours of home theater research to the most common questions condensed in some killer articles.
- Tips from pros who do this work for a living.
- The best resources on how to get your setup interconnected and optimized.
Check out our Blog for a selection of great content.
Who exactly is this website for?
This website is for home theater enthusiasts at all levels who want questions answered, topics researched, and help with planning systems.
What happened to Feel The Sounds?
Feel The Sounds is now part of Home Theater Heroes.
What was Feel The Sounds all about?
For those who don’t know, Feel The Sounds was originally set up for budding audiophiles who want to upgrade their home theater with floor standing/tower speakers. Pretty specific!
What is the difference between a tower and a floor standing speaker?
They are referring to the same thing. It’s a large setup that stands on the floor. You’ll usually see them rocking a multi-driver design that features a dedicated bass driver, midrange driver, and a tweeter. It’s worth mentioning that not all tower speakers are full-range speakers. You’ll see those 2 terms interchanged, especially on this page 🙂 . To read more on floor standing speakers visit this awesome beginner’s guide.
Why tower speakers though?
We started with floor standing speakers as this is the easiest category to get a grasp of and it’s the best bang for your buck (and we mean that almost literally) other than premium soundbars. And besides, they sound leagues better than all-in-one boxed home theater units. Check out this head to head best floor standing speaker comparison article to see the top contenders.
How can I trust your reviews? This isn’t a recycled review website is it?
Feel The Sounds (now Home Theater Heroes) is a website driven by home theater enthusiasts. We aren’t content farmers. We write about our passion and give the source of materials used as appropriate. The reviews are written by doing extensive research and actually going to electronic stores.
It’s fun to demo the speakers and ask the audio expert questions. We do plan on purchasing speakers for future reviews at some point.