When you’re considering home theater ideas, the range of available options can seem endless. That said, where you need to start is not with a particular piece of gear but with defining what it is you want to get out of the experience. Here are some home theater installation suggestions to get you started on the path to creating your perfect home theater experience.
It used to be that the only way to get a really immersive movie experience was to go to the cinema and see it on the big screen with lots of big speakers and subwoofers around you. The downside is that you might have to sit next to strangers, and you would definitely step on something sticky and gross on your way out. But these days you can recreate that immersive experience in the comfort of your own home.
With many movies now being released in theaters and streaming at the same time, it’s even possible to see those just-released movies everyone’s talking about in a theater tailored to your personal specifications. Everything from the temperature of the room to the size of the chairs can be customized to your needs—not to mention the highest-quality audio and video gear will be ready to play any movie you desire at the touch of a button.
Simplify the controls
A good home theater has many components—but that doesn’t mean it has to be confusing to operate. One thing to focus on when considering home theater installation is how you will operate everything. Instead of a collection of separate remote controls, wouldn’t it be nice to have just one remote for everything? What if you could even control room functions like lights, temperature and a rolling projection screen that appears as if from nowhere?
It is entirely possible to program these features into a single remote control. You may also want to consider programming the remote to have an “all on” button for the most common features that turns a group of components on or off with one push.
Have you ever heard people cheer at the cinema when the lights darken before the main event? Why is that? It’s not like the movie is going to hear it and appreciate the applause. It’s because part of the fun of a theater experience is the anticipation you feel before it starts.
You can create that same theatrical sense of anticipation in your own home theater with the right setup. For example, you can program the lights to slowly fade to a dim level upon your command to get you into the movie-watching mood. You can also program an intermission setting that slowly raises lights up and illuminates a pathway to the snack zone or restroom in your home theater.
Whether you’re looking for home theater ideas or suggestions on home theater installation, pay a visit to Devine’s Electronics Authorized Radio Shack Dealer today for all the components and expert advice you need. We look forward to assisting you!
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