All fans of cinema dream of experiencing the same emotions of watching a movie in theaters even when they are at home: they want to admire their favorite actors on a big screen, grasp every detail of the special effects clearly and hear the sounds coming from every direction while enjoying the comfort of your own home.
Today’s technology has made the installation of this type of systems, called Home Theater, easier and more accessible, to bring all the sensations of the big screen between home walls.
The installation of a Home Theater system can be carried out on an already built home or
Can be integrated into the design of a new building, preparing cables and conduits so as to
avoid subsequent constructions, keeping all cables hidden from view and optimize the architecture in function of the sound system.
There are many aspects that must be considered in order to install a Home Theater system, navigating between multiple audio and video options, as well as evaluating any interventions on the room that will host it: for this reason it is always good to consult an expert who can recommend the most suitable solutions for your needs and implement them to measure.
To create a Home Theater system, we start from the video channel.
The ultra-flat HD televisions, which until a few years ago were a luxury product, have become increasingly accessible, allowing with a limited investment to acquire a large and well-defined screen, ideal for home cinema.
For those looking for the real feeling of having a cinema at home, they can opt for an HD projector that can even reach 300 inches while maintaining a 4K resolution.
The audio channel is the other crucial aspect to create a Home Theater capable of giving strong emotions, creating surround effects and truly immersing ourselves in the film.
The home theater experience can be enjoyed with multiple final amplifiers, designed to surround viewers and reproduce ‘localized’ sound based on the location of its source within the film.
These surround sound speakers can be placed on pedestals around the sofa or armchairs (and in this case, the aesthetics have its weight) or embedded in the wall (based on architectural studies and sound diffusion methods).
Finally, the room can be optimized to adequately support the audio signal, with, for example, bass traps and sound absorbing panels against reverberation (and for the quiet of the neighbors!).
The Home Theater system can also be connected to a larger domotics system, allowing you to control it more comfortably, to send multimedia content from your devices and to synchronize it with entertainment applications.
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