If you want to update the interior of your home, one of your best options is to install a home theater. But if this sounds like something that interests you, there are a couple of options that you will need to consider. Home theater installation can be done in one of two ways.
Lets get one thing straight; If you are upgrading your TV and amplifier for the first time in seven to ten years and you unplug them from a long white strip with a lit up red on/off switch, you better be replacing that too. White strips are good for one thing and that is plugging your Christmas lights into. If you think about replacing them with a fancy one with ports on the top and side that is a little thicker just because you found it in the commerical audio video section of your local retailer and it said that the product was insured for up to $5,000,000 then you need a little reality check. Allow me to give it to you in a few words.
If you prefer to buy the pieces separate then you should do some research before hitting the stores. Perhaps you have a favorite piece you want for your home theater – if this is a must have you should figure that into your budget first and then go looking for the other pieces that will fit into the remainder of your budget. Checking out components at a few different stores before you jump in and buy can help you get a better deal and a better understanding of what you want.
Home theater systems refer to everything from in-home movie theaters to theater systems in a box. All the components of the home theater system come into play in enhancing the owners? viewing pleasure.
A good design will include proper room size and proportions, optimal screen size and viewing distance, acoustics, and lighting. In addition, the video projector, A/V equipment rack and surround speakers all need to be properly located. And finally, the design and finishes of the walls, floor, and ceiling should tie the the whole concept together.
Sound engineering. For optimal sound, location is everything. Correct angles and spacing make the most of your subwoofers. One helpful hint is that your speakers should be spaced apart by approximately double the width of your television screen.
Hanging a TV can be a daunting task without the proper tools and with little experience. TV wall mount installation services varies in price from each company. It is usually under $500 for a basic TV wall Mount Is it worth it? Hiding all of the exposed wires is the key to a seamless look. Nothing makes an AV installation expert cringe more then exposed wires from a mounted tv. The last thing you would want to happen is have your brand new flat screen fall on the ground from an improper installation. The peace of mind may be worth it.
So now that you know what you need, you should know what to do. Usually all home theaters provide a manual with guidelines for installing them. And there are a lot of tips you can look up online about proper mounting and acoustics. Take your time and ensure that you do a good job.