Home Theatre Systems
As technology progresses, there are endless opportunities to create a lifestyle that caters to your every need. For home owners who passionate about high definition visuals and sound, a home theatre might just be the investment you should consider to take your viewing experiences to new heights!
Many films were made to be experienced on the big screen in a theatre. The movie theatre simply offers a more indulgent experience than a simple television screen does. With home theatre systems becoming more accessible to home owners around the world, it is not surprising that people are extremely interested in installing one in their homes.
Putting together a Home Theatre System is surprisingly easy if you invest in the right equipment and understand where it all needs to be placed and positioned. It would be advised to hire a professional to install speakers and connect frequencies if you are slightly unsure about technology. The two major aspects of a home theatre are; sound and visuals. Without clear, distinct sound you may as well be viewing off of a normal television set. The same can be said for the quality of your visuals! Below are the basics you need to start putting together your own home theatre system.
- You will need a high quality television screen that is at least 68 centimetres. Ensure that you choose a high resolution screen for the best visual experience.
- You will need to invest in at least four high quality speakers. The better the speaker quality, the better your home theatre experience. There is also a lot of importance placed on the positioning of your speakers.
- You will need to purchase equipment that works with the frequencies connecting the visuals and the sound.
- Lastly, you will need to purchase equipment that specialises in surround sound.
Positioning your speakers:
The positioning of your speakers is important if you wish to feel as if you are actually in a theatre. Your home theatre should have at least 2-3 speakers positioned in the front of the room and 2-3 behind or next to you. Your speakers should be tuned to adapt to different audio situations. If the film requires more sound to come from the left of the room, your home theatre system should be able to emit more sound from the speakers positioned on the left. This allows an indulgent and immersive experience.