How do I decide which speakers are best for my home theater? When choosing a set of speakers for your home theater, start with the center channel . . .
Do I really need a powered subwoofer? Some people still believe a subwoofer is only for adding deeper bass response to their existing speakers. Not so . . .
Should I use a rectangular or round in-wall/ceiling speaker? All of our in-wall and in-ceiling speakers can be mounted in either a wall or ceiling. In most cases, round speakers are used in the ceiling . . .
Does HTD offer an in-wall center channel speaker? We offer all of our in-wall and ceiling speakers both in pairs and as singles.  Here's why a single in-wall speaker exactly like your front left and right speakers is often your best solution . . .
What is the difference between the HD and MP lines of in-wall and ceiling speakers? Here are the key differences between our MP (Multi Purpose) and HD (High Definition) lines of in-wall and ceiling speakers . . .
I only have room for one ceiling speaker, what should I do? For whole-house audio, unless you are comfortable only listening to the "left" or "right" channel of a stereo recording, you'll want to choose one of these two options for getting stereo from a single speaker . . .
Where can I go to listen to HTD speakers? We are located in Plano, TX just north of Dallas. Our 30-day guarantee allows you to audition our equipment in your own home risk free . . .
Why is a speaker cabinet with a transmission line better than a cabinet with a simple port? Cabinet-style speakers often include a port (opening) that is intended to improve the bass performance of the speaker.  HTD incorporates a transmission line port design that is significantly better than other speakers in our price range . . .
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