What are Amplifiers? An amplifier is an electronic device that increases the voltage, current, or power of a signal. A/V amplifiers are the power component to which the speakers are connected. A/V Receivers contain amplifiers, but external amplifiers can be added if the speakers require additional power. Home Theater Amplifiers also gives the person freedom to control volume levels of each speaker. Also, you want to be sure that the home theater amplifiers that you purchase are going to match what you already have. There are many great home theater amplifiers on the market to choose from to complete your home theater package. You will find the best values in home theater amplifiers by choosing a multi-channel AV (audio/video) receiver. What home theater amplifiers do to a sound system is it increases the capacity of each speaker resulting in much better sound quality. When you are looking at home theater amplifiers, there are many things that you are going to want to think about. Some home theater systems already have built in amplifiers for a better audio experience. An amplifier to be used as part of a home entertainment system is best matched to the speakers. If you’re in the market for Home Theater Amplifiers you can search our catalog for Wireless, Tube, and Solid State. You can select from many Amps with different Watts. If you already have a home theater system in a wireless system may be the best choice for you. High-quality sound is the primary factor enhancing a movie so, the audio is deemed more costly and elaborate piece of the system. Multi-Channel Amplifiers Amplifiers are amplifiers that have more than one channel of power amplification in the same chassis. There are several types of multi-channel amplifiers, ranging from solid state & tube driven. Some HT multi-channel amps have an independent power supply for each channel. Distributed audio systems that pipe music throughout an entire home use multi-channel amps that can have upwards of 24 to 26 channels of amplification. There are some very high-end Amps that implement the most incredible appearing home theater techniques using individual multi-channel high power home audio amplifiers with a matching sound video processor/preamp. When shopping for Amps you should consider multi-channel home audio amplifiers with at least 150 watts to 350 watts per channel. The top brands we use are Peachtree, Bowers & Wilkins, Classe, Denon, McIntosh Labs, Rotel, and more.