Widescreen TV, with a 16:9 width-to-height ratio, undoubtedly represents the future for home theater designs. However, this does not mean that you should rule out standard TVs with a 4:3 ratio. There are definitely good reasons to go for a 4:3 TV, or even projection screen if your home theater design calls for it. Let’s explore the issue.
A commerical audio video is both a visual and audio experience. We tend to be more visual when doing our theater design, opting for the biggest flat screen or even a home theater projector. The other half of the experience is in how the sound feels when watching movies, television or even just listening to your ipod. Designate a point in your room where most likely you will be watching or listening and from there, make your audio design plans. There are even some home theatre systems that will do the sound check for you and optimize your system based on the sound it receives from hidden microphones. This option may be good for a newbie but for serious home theatre philes, there is some joy derived from doing this sound check manually.
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.
However, before you may need to think of the basic home theater design for your home theater system, you may need to know the size of the room for the home theater set up. The size of the room to where the home theater will be set up will depend on how basic the home theater design needs to be.
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Anyway, a family of five will ultimately need more room obviously, so sound power becomes an issue naturally. A theater for less people becomes less stringent based on sheer volume. Not to say that quality needs to be reserved for the many, like I say it is just me and Cheri, yet we can support the many but reserve the quality for ourselves. Selfish? You decide.
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