Youave probably seen home theaters in the pages of home improvement and technology magazines like Electronic House. You may have even encountered one at the home of a friend or colleague. Perhaps youave stopped at a home electronics store and have seen a home theater there. Have you ever wondered what it takes to create these elegant, high-performing A/V masterpieces? Our Complete Guide to Home Theater Planning will walk you through the process, step by step. As youall learn, creating a home theater requires carefully planning to get right, some imagination and plenty of time and patience. Itas hard work, but the results can be phenomenalasomething that pleases every member of your family and adds real value to your house. And hereas some really good news: Any room in your house can function admirably as a home theater, as long as you design the space correctly and select and install the A/V equipment carefully. This book discusses the pros and cons of the morphing existing rooms into home theaters, as well as building a space from the ground up. The appropriate types of equipment for each type of space are suggested, and classic mistakes to avoid are divulged. And if being on the cutting edge is important to you, thereas a complete chapter dedicated to a discussion about the new audio and video trends that are worth consideration. You can take your theater project a step further by adding features like dimmable lighting, specialty seating, fiber optic astara ceilings and more. Although these amenities will add to your bottom line, theyare an effect way to put your own personal stamp on your theater, making it a space thatas uniquely yours. Weall introduce you to some of these unique home theatersaboth ones that have been designed and installed entirely by the homeowners themselves and ones that have been created by seasoned home systems professionals. Youall gain loads of advice and gather great inspiration for tackling your own home theater project. Good luck and happy home theater building!Keep in mind, however, that depending on the situation, it may be easier to install freestanding speakers than to recess ... or 11.2 system (technically, the LFE channels are always.1 no matter how many subwoofers you use), and even go to the extreme with a ... Amps, Processors aamp; Receivers There are options galore when it.
|Title||:||The Complete Guide to Home Theaters|
|Publisher||:||EH Publishing, Inc. - 2015-04-17|