You don't need an excuse like the Super Bowl to buy a new TV and speaker system. If you are looking to upgrade your current home theater, we've curated a number of great and easy-to-install setups for the Super Bowl, movies and beyond. Check out the three home theater systems we've curated, from affordable to fairly expensive, below.
The Affordable AV Receiver Setup
Building a home theater may sound daunting, but don't go thinking that you need to spend thousands of dollars on a 4K projector. Simply pair the TV with an AV receiver and loudspeakers — okay, throw in a subwoofer for good measure — and the fam will be the envy of the neighborhood. This setup (below) will work with any new 4K TV and you can actually add more speakers later on if you want a complete surround sound system.
The Roku Home Theater Setup
This is a great entry-level setup for anybody who wants an excellent and affordable home theater system. The speakers and subwoofer are able to wirelessly connect to the TCL TV via Roku's smart operating system. No need to worry about an AV receiver.
The Upgrade Home Theater Setup
Consider this setup a nice little upgrade. The Vizio P-Series Quantum X is probably the best 4K LED TV that you can buy. Throw in a Sonos Beam, which is one of our favorite soundbars ( plus you can add a Sonos Sub if you want to create a more robust home theater system), and Google's brand-new streaming stick and you've got a great home theater system for a medium-sized room.
The Dolby Atmos Home Theater Setup
This is a pretty expensive — but not crazy expensive — home theater system. It's first one that has an OLED TV rather than an LED TV, so you're getting a noticeably better picture. Plus, it supports Dolby Atmos, which is a surround sound technology that's vital for any cinema buff.