If you want to watch a movie with superb sound, you shouldn’t have to go into Fresno to get it. Who says that movie theaters are the only places where you can watch movies where the sound is all around you, surrounding you in the action? Well, no one actually. Turns out that surround sound speakers aren’t only for theaters and millionaires – heck, they’re pretty much available to anyone who already has a home theater of some sort. Even if you just have a TV, you can hook up speakers all around your entertainment room and get the sounds and tunes rolling!

You can use a surround sound system to watch movies or to listen to music that you can hear from anywhere in the house. And your Fresno Nerds can help you set it all up! We have years of experience with surround sound. We’ve installed them in our own houses, in friends’ houses, and in countless customers’ houses all around Fresno. And we have a perfect track record too.

Plus, if you want us to install your surround sound speakers for you, we always offer no-obligation free estimates. This way you know exactly what you’re getting into before you commit to anything, and you can make the decision for yourself whether or not you want the process done – at your own pace. We never want to rush you.

We are ready to get you set up with cinema-quality sound that truly immerses you in the movie experience. If you are too, give our Nerds a call or click the chat icon below to get started!

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Sur­round Speak­ers

Surround sound speakers are a type of audio system that uses multiple speakers placed in different locations around a room to create a more immersive and realistic listening experience. The speakers are typically positioned in front of the listener, as well as to the sides and behind, to create a surround sound effect.


HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an industry-standard audio/video interface for transmitting high-definition video and audio signals between devices, such as a cable box, Blu-ray player, gaming console, and a television or computer monitor. It uses a single cable to transmit video and audio over one connection, as opposed to older technologies that required multiple cables. HDMI supports a wide range of video and audio formats, including 1080p and 4K resolution, 3D video, and lossless audio formats such as Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.


S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format) is a digital audio interface used to transmit audio signals between devices, such as a CD player, DVD player, or computer and an audio receiver or amplifier. It uses either coaxial or optical cables to transmit the audio signal and supports a variety of audio formats, including two-channel stereo, multi-channel surround sound, and high-resolution audio.