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A surround system usually consists of a total of four to five speaker cabinets. You use a subwoofer to provide the necessary bass. To control the system, you may need an AV receiver, which also serves as an amplifier. For your audio system, you therefore connect several channels together to achieve a comprehensive room sound effect.
A passive surround system is more flexible because you can assemble the individual components. You can also replace defective parts more quickly than with an active system, which you can see as an advantage.
For even more encompassing sound, go with the 7.1 system. Since the seven speakers are arranged in a circle around you as an audience member, you'll get sound from all sides, even from behind.
To enjoy the full sound experience, you should arrange the individual speakers of the system around your sofa.
To add the corresponding picture to the sound, a beamer and screen or a TV set are the most suitable options. For the installation you need an HDMI cable. Use it to establish a connection between the receiver of your sound system and the TV.
Then, in the settings of your TV, you have to set the sound to be transmitted via HDMI, and then nothing can stand in the way of your surround sound. Some systems are wireless versions where you connect the individual modules via Bluetooth or WLAN, among other things.