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.
HDMI wall plates come in numerous options and set ups. An HDMI cable is usually not the only cable you will have installed in your wall. You can get these wall panels that also include F connectors, RCA connectors, and multiple HDMI modules. There really is not a set up that you need for which there is no for an enclosure. So when designing your commerical audio video do your planning and don’t forget to use home theater wall plates to help organize and manage all your audio video cables. Usually, they are low priced but they will for sure make your installation look expensive!
Placement of chairs must be dependent on your screen. The larger the screen, the farther the placement of the chairs should be. Screen measuring 27 -31 inches should at least have a 6 feet distance. A 32 – 40 inch screen follows a minimum of 8 feet distance. Screens having measurements of over 40 inches would at least have to be 10 feet apart from the chair.
Then, it’s time to look at each part and come up with several possible buys. The most important part of your home theater will be your furniture. Your furniture is what will give you comfort and set the designs and pace for the rest of your home theater. When it comes to furniture, think about keeping it simple. Go with chairs that are comfortable and use colors such as black, gray, red, and beige.
Lighting – A home theater with a limited amount of natural lighting is best, especially if you plan on using a projector where it is best to keep the room as dark as possible. Lighting should be placed so that it does not cause a reflection on the screen. Lighting should be soft and comfortable. Keep in mind functional lighting that will allow guests to make it safely to the exits for a bathroom break without having to turn on all the lights.
Whether your budget only allows for less than $1000, or if you can spend $5000, make sure you put in some comfortable seating, even if its only temporary, and upgrade later. The seating is a big deal, as you could imagine.
Learn how to optimize your screen size for maximum impact, set proper viewing distances, deal with room acoustics, speaker placement, room lighting, and how to establish a strong overall design concept.
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.