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Getting a Custom Home Theatre for Your High-End Home

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The audience is replacing cinema with a television screen. After all, why would anyone go to the theater if they can get a very similar experience without ever leaving their couch? The technology related to the entertainment industry is developing fast. We are now witnessing the emergence of TV screens that offer unparalleled quality of image, which goes hand-in-hand with their impressive size. These gigantic sets that can cover up to half of your living room wall are not called “home theater” setups for nothing. If you have enough space to spare and are tempted to get one of these sets yourself, here’s how to build a custom home theatre in your high-end home.

Preparations

You’ll need a seasoned professional who can give you solid advice on how to set up a home theater in your home without sacrificing the comfort of your living room. You need to discuss several important issues, including the following: What part of the house is the most fitting for your home theatre? When it comes to size, what are the exact measurements of the room? What is the shape of the room?

You’ll have to consider other factors as well, such as acoustic properties of the room and potential ambient light issues. This can affect the type of TV set or video projector you’ll have to use. There is also an issue of room ventilation, which is important for both viewers and working components. This is why an on-site inspection of the actual room is important. Since your eye is not trained to notice crucial details that can determine the setup of your home theatre, contacting a professional is a must. Additionally, if you don’t live alone, you should also involve your family in the process.

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Comfort

If you want to be able to get fully immersed into a film or a show, you need to be as comfortable as possible. Distractions can ruin an otherwise promising experience. We can all relate to this scenario—you're watching something exciting unfolding on the screen in front of you, it’s a non-stop thrilling experience beginning-to-end, but, as the credits begin to roll, you realize you simply weren’t there. The film or the show deserved a better chance, but something was bugging you. Either the sofa seat was extremely uncomfortable or the room temperature was too hot and suffocating. In order to have your home theater setup complete, you’ll need to invest in comfortable furniture and an AC unit. There are even specifically designed home theatre lounges with built in subwoofers on the market for those who can afford it. Hot home-theatre trends such as these have become all the rage in home entertainment. Mobile apps that are meant to replace remote controls are the biggest fad in this field at the moment.

Guaranteed Quality

In order to ensure high quality across the board, you need to search for the most reliable and established retailers, dealers and home remodelers. If you want to score a high-end custom home theatre, you’ll need to dedicate some time to do the research. The keyword here is “custom”—not all dealers and remodelers will be willing to veer off the pre-prepped packages, no matter how substantial your finances are. 

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Technology is developing at a breakneck pace. Big blockbuster releases are not as profitable as they used to be two decades ago. Additionally, the quality of TV entertainment and accessibility to endless libraries of high-quality movies and shows on platforms like Netflix have changed a lot of things for the entertainment industry. A lot of what is produced right now is aimed at an individual who is watching everything at home. The comfort of the consumer is an obvious priority and “crowd pleasers” that count on sizable cheering audiences are a dying breed. It’s a new sort of lifestyle ushered in by the emergence of home theatre.

Lillian Connors

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