Start typing to see products you are looking for.
  • Menu
Start typing to see products you are looking for.
Show sidebar
Show 44 22 44 All
  1. Below $100.00
  2. $100.00-199.00
  3. $200.00-299.00
  4. $300.00-399.00
  5. $400.00-499.00
  6. Above $500.00
  1. S
  2. M
  3. L
  4. XL
  5. 2XL
  6. 3XL
  1. Adidas
  2. Camel
  3. Motorola
  4. Rolex
  5. Samsung Galaxy
  6. Seiko
  7. Sony

    AIWA Home Theatre system ACSD-5200

    R 6,999.00 R 5,999.00

    Samsung 3.0 Channels Sound Bar HW-S50A

    R 3,499.00 R 2,499.00

    Skyworth 2.1 Channels Sound Bar SS330

    R 2,999.00 R 1,999.00

    JBL 5.1 Surround Sound Channel Sound Bar OH4181

    R 12,999.00 R 11,999.00

    Jbl 2.1 Sound bar OH209 SB170

    R 3,999.00 R 3,499.00

    LG XBOOM Party Speaker with Bluetooth and Bass Blast RN7

    R 7,999.00 R 6,599.00

    LG 4.2 Channel Home Theatre System ARX10

    R 13,999.00 R 11,999.00

    JBL Pro 5.1.2 Soundbar Bar 800

    R 19,999.00 R 17,999.00

    LG 1250 W Dvd Home Theatre System LHD-687

    R 6,499.00

    Samsung Sound Tower ST40B

    R 6,999.00 R 4,499.00

    Samsung Soundbar 2.1 Channel HW-M360

    R 4,299.00 R 3,499.00

    LG Mini Hi-fi CJ45

    R 5,999.00 R 5,299.00

    LG Smart Portable speaker NP8340

    R 4,499.00 R 2,499.00

    Samsung 2.1 Sound Bar HW-A550/XA

    R 4,499.00 R 2,499.00

    Samsung 2.1 Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer HW-J550

    R 5,999.00 R 4,999.00

    Pioneer Mini Hi-Fi DVD System X-RSM410

    R 5,499.00 R 3,999.00

    Consider Our Range of Home Theater Systems for Sale

    Do you know what’s been missing in your life that can make being at home an even better experience? Your very own home theater system. Here at Metro Home City, we have a variety of home theater systems for sale and suited for any home. It will add an entertainment dynamic to your décor, giving your family and guests a fantastic experience. Having your home theatre system means that you don’t ever have to wait in line to buy tickets and buy overpriced popcorn, you can have the best seats in the house and bring whatever you want to eat.

    Another benefit is that gaming becomes an immersive experience.You get crisp images and realistic surround sound, whether you’re on a battlefield or being chased by monsters. Even better is that you have front row seats to the biggest sporting matches, bringing family and friends to enjoy the experience of feeling like you’re right there in the stadium.

    Home theatre systems are also equipped with the ability to offer streaming services so you can directly access vast amounts of content, including documentaries and shows from around the world and your favourite television series. The sound is the most essential aspect of a home theatre system, and you will be guaranteed crisp sound effects without scratchy feedback. The speakers are designed to continue providing quality sound despite their shape and size, the size and shape of the room, furniture placement and the rest of the décor.   

    Here at Metro Home City, you will find the best and affordable in home theater entertainment systems for sale including 5.1 Bluetooth DVD home theatre systems, speaker packs, portable Bluetooth speakers, AV receivers, and channel component systems, to name a few. You can choose these appliances from reputable and renowned brands such as Samsung, L, Sinotec, Harman Kardon, Pioneer and JVC.  

    Visit our store today and be amazed at our variety of home theaters for sale. Imagine yourself sinking into a reclining chair in front of one of our home theatre systems in your home entertainment room with family and friends. Alternatively, visit our website and shop online in the convenience of your home. You might also like our televisions for sale.


    What Is a Home Theatre System

    Home cinemas, also called home theatres or theatre rooms, are home entertainment audio-visual systems that try to recreate the experience and mood of a movie theatre.

    They are set up in a room of a private home and use consumer electronics-grade video and audio equipment.

    Some people go all out with seats like those in a movie theatre and popcorn machines, but when we talk about home theatre systems, it's really about creating the same conditions to watch a movie.

    How is a home theatre system different from surround sound? People often use the two words interchangeably, but they are very different. The short answer is that a home theatre system is a whole thing: TV, DVD/Blu-Ray player, and yes, surround sound speakers. In other words, all home theatres have surround sound, but not all home theatres have the best surround sound.

    The average home theatre system has a large 4K TV screen (or one of the best projectors if you want to go bigger), a 4K Blu-Ray player, and yes, enough speakers for an immersive surround sound experience.

    Complex setups can have ten or more speakers, some of which are mounted on the ceiling to make the most of movies encoded with Dolby Atmos and similar technologies.

    Such systems take time, patience, knowledge, and money to set up, so most people who just want to watch movies occasionally will choose one of the many "home theatre-in-a-box" options that come with speakers, a subwoofer, and an amplifier all in one package.

    This is less flexible, but it's usually cheaper, and easier to set up, and all the parts are guaranteed to work well together.


    Different Components of Home Theatre Systems

    If you want to put together your own system, you'll need to think about the following components:


    A/V receiver

    The heart of your home theatre system is the A/V (audio/video) receiver, which processes, amplifies, and sends sound to your speakers. All receivers have a built-in decoder for the sound system that turns any sound into surround sound.

    Make sure your receiver has enough outlets to cover all your cables and devices, including coaxial and optical cables for audio sources, S-video and component video cables for video playback, and HDMI cables for audio-video toggling.

    Even at low and medium volumes, a high-wattage receiver sounds better than a low-wattage one.

    Networked and smart receivers can get rid of the need for remote controls and let you control your home theatre directly from your phone or tablet.



    A big-screen TV can be the centre of your home theatre system. It can project a picture like a projector and give you access to the latest TV technologies.

    Invest in future-proof features like Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED), Quantum Dot LED (QD-LED), and High Dynamic Range (HDR – facilitates more natural- and real-looking content) to keep your TV from becoming obsolete.

    By giving you a panoramic view, curved TVs can give you the most immersive TV viewing experience possible.

    Note: Full HD televisions require the distance between you and the TV to be about three times the height of the screen (measured up to the top), whereas 4K televisions only require a viewing distance of around one-and-a-half times the height of the screen. The second one is better for rooms that aren't as big.


    Projector and screen

    As an alternative to a TV, a projector and screen are your best bets if you want to make your home feel like a big movie theatre.

    Look for projectors that have a brightness of at least 1500 lumens.

    Choose the type of projector you need based on how far away the screen or wall is. Short-throw projectors are great for a small home theatre because they allow the screen to be set up less than a metre away.

    Tip: To figure out how high your screen should be, divide the farthest point from which you can see it by five. If your room is 15 metres long, for example, your screen should be about 3 metres high.


    Subwoofers and speakers

    While speakers are pointed at producing a range of frequencies, subwoofers provide the ‘bass effect’ through low-frequency sound. If you're an audiophile, you know that the sound quality of a movie can make or break the experience. Take your time picking out a speaker system that fits your needs, budget, and the size of the room.

    Sound quality, depth and clarity are directly proportional to the number of speakers. However, the greater the number of speakers (more on this later), the more space you need.

    Find a balance between how good you want the sound to be and how big your room is.


    Media player and recorder

    Blu-Ray and DVD players can be used with TVs that are compatible with them to open up a world of online and disc-based content.

    Ultra HD, 3D-capable, and smart players have a lot of functions and features that make them ready for the future.

    If most of what you want to watch are on DTH, get a system with a personal video recorder built in so you can watch what you want when you want.

    If you own a large digital movie archive, install a network-assisted storage drive to share it across all your compatible devices and home theatre equipment.


    How to Choose a Home Theatre System

    Factors to consider when buying a home theatre include the following:

    • Channel architecture - Home theatres are made in various styles, designs and channel architectures, from basic 2.0 stereo setups (2 speakers + no subwoofer) to swish 11.1 surround sound systems (11 speakers + 1 subwoofer). If you have a larger room, a 7.1-channel or larger system may be for you.
    • Type of speakers - Bookshelf speakers are compact and can handle mid-range and high-end frequencies. They can be wall-mounted or placed on bookshelves. Floor-standing speakers can handle a range of frequencies and are available in various sizes. In-wall and in-ceiling speakers are embedded into the wall or ceiling.
    • Layout - For best sound, make sure your front speakers are positioned at an equal distance from the screen, at ear height, and your surround speakers are positioned about 110-120 degrees behind the listening position, at 1 to 2 feet above head level.
    • Viewing angle - Even though a big screen can make a movie feel more real, it's important to pay attention to the different ways you can watch it. At a distance of twice the diagonal width of the screen, the best viewing angle is between 30 and 40 degrees.
    • Brand - If you want quality, durability, and good customer service, you might want to spend more on a trusted brand that will last you a long time.
    • Compatibility - Make sure that your new home theatre parts will work with what you already have. Also, make sure your TV or projector has an extra HDMI port in case you need to add wires in the future.
    • Upscaling - In a time when a high definition is all the rage, buy an A/V receiver that can convert non-HD videos to HDMI.
    • Formats for audio - Most amplifiers on the market today support basic surround sound technologies like Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, and DTS. But if you spend money on advanced HD audio formats like Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, and DTS HD, your surround sound experience will be better.

    In conclusion, a home theatre system can provide a truly immersive entertainment experience, bringing movies, TV shows, and video games to life in your own living room. Whether you're a casual viewer or a serious cinephile, there's a system out there to suit your needs and budget. By carefully selecting the right components and setting them up correctly, you can create a space that rivals a commercial cinema. So why not take the plunge and invest in a home theatre system today? With so many options available, it's never been easier to bring the big screen home.


    Best Brands of Home Theatre Systems

    MHC World offers the best and most affordable in-home theatre entertainment systems from reputable brands such as Samsung, L, Sinotec, Harman Kardon, Pioneer and JVC. 

    Scroll To Top