December 31, 2019 2 min to read
Great home audio tips and tricks for a theatre-like experience at home
Category : Hobby, Home and Garden, Lifestyle
Movie ticket sales have taken a nosedive in recent years. In fact, ticket sales have steadily declined since the turn of the century.
Yet, Hollywood is making more money than ever before. They brought in almost $12 billion in 2018 alone.
If you’ve tried to go to a movie recently, you know why that is. The average ticket price has skyrocketed to almost $10. It has forced some people to stop going to the movies altogether.
It has also motivated some people to put the best home audio tips to the test while setting up home theaters.
They’re able to enjoy a movie-like experience at home without paying an exorbitant amount of money to set foot in a theater.
Would you like to create a home theater that sounds every bit as good as an actual movie theater? Check out these home audio tips that will help you get it done.
Find the Right Room for Your Home Theater
Where are you going to try and build a home theater for watching movies? The room that you choose is ultimately going to play a big role in how movies sound when you’re watching them.
You don’t want to choose a tiny room where movies are going to sound too loud and overbearing when you’re watching them.
But at the same time, you don’t want to choose a gigantic room where it’s going to be difficult to immerse yourself in sound.
Ideally, you want to find a room that is somewhere in between those two extremes.
It should be big enough for you and your family and friends to stretch out but not so large that it sounds like you’re watching a movie in a cave every time you press play on one.
Put Your Screen in the Right Place in Your Home Theater
Once you decide which room you’re going to devote to your home theater, the next order of business should be to find the perfect place to put your screen.
You want to be able to see the screen from any part of the room without experiencing any glare.
You also want to put your screen in a place where you’re going to be able to surround your seating with speakers and subwoofers. If you put the screen in the wrong place, you might make it impossible for you to do this.
Play around with different designs until you land on the one that seems to work best. You may have to tinker around with this a little bit before landing on a setup that allows you to put both your screen and your…
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