All of us enjoy watching movies in theaters rather than at home. You may wonder what makes the theaters so special. The sound systems and the lighting they adopt are used to transport you into an imaginary world. But do we have the time to visit theaters and watch movies whenever we want? Often the answer is ?No.?
There is no denying the fact that people love TV and movies. In fact, 98% of U.S. households have a TV and 25 percent have a home theater system. But even with those numbers, few know how to properly install them. This is where you can come into play. One of the rising home business opportunities today is TV and home automation sales and installation services as projected revenue will only go up from here.
Most home theater seating is in three categories. There is the entry level seat, the mid range seat and the high end seat. Custom home theater seating is usually in the high end category. You are allowed to design or customize a seat of your choice to your very own specifications to ensure that you get the very best for your needs.
You will get the brightest picture per watt most of the time from a DLP. The problem is DLP’s have moving parts unless you get one of the really cool (and expensive) Runco LED projectors. The movign parts mean a little more noise, and something else to break. As LED projectors come down in price, that will be the way to go. The new laser projectors sound promising too.
A man sometimes longs for a private “Man Area” undisturbed by lost TV remotes or Elmo DVD’s stuck upside down in the player with gooey sweet stuff all over it. And, we long for a fresh stock of cold brews conveniently located in a mini-fridge within knuckle’s reach of our lounge chair. Can I hear an “Amen!” from the men in the audience if you agree with this statement?
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.
First off, if you are looking to save money and are the handy man type, you may want to consider installing your own home theater. This is not a difficult task if you have a little bit of skill, as well as some patience. In most cases, you will be able to complete most jobs with ease. Where you may run into a problem is when you are trying to wire your system. The best way to get around this is by following the directions to a T. This way, you do not get off course and you are ensured of a 100% accurate job upon completion.
That is really it, you can build an outdoor theater with a projector, screen painted on the wall, five rock speakers with an inexpensive receiver hidden indoors for an outdoor kitchen very inexpensively. You can also use all the same tricks to build a media room indoors very inexpensively using good in-wall speakers. If you pay someone else to do it, the job won’t be inexpensive because of the labor costs. At this level of performance, the labor cost is normally higher than the cost of the equipment. So if you’re willing to do it yourself you can build a really nice room on a very reasonable budget.