Sacramento Speaker Setup Services

Surround sound can make your home theater much more like a real movie theater. With it, you can install up to 9 speakers connected to your television or projector and have sound that immerses you in your entertainment. You can hear every detail crisply – just the way that the original filmmakers intended you to. You might even end up on Sacramento news for making people think there was something going on at your house because of how realistic your speakers are! (Well, if you don’t keep the volume down). It’s sound that truly surrounds you!

Wouldn’t it be great to have that sort of sound quality in your house? These days, it doesn’t cost a fortune. It’s even available in Sacramento. Well really, what isn’t? If you want to get surround sound, but don’t want cables running all over the place and don’t have time to make it a giant do-it-yourself project, hire the pros! Nerds On Call would love to come to your house and setup your speakers. We’ve had years of experience at this – and not only as a job, but in our own homes and the homes of friends. All our Nerds know exactly what they’re doing. Plus, we will give you a free estimate so that you know exactly how much everything will cost. You can meet with us beforehand, discuss your options, and get an idea of what you’re getting into.

So just give a call to our Sacramento store and talk to the Nerds here about getting surround sound speakers setup! We’d love to help you make your theater the best!

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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.


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.


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.