The awe-inspiring, fully immersive, disbelief-suspending home theater experience we're known for doesn’t come in a box – it comes with insight about you, your family and your home environment. Your favorite movies, your listening preferences, how old your kids are, how big your room is, where the windows are, where the sun sets, where the dog sits, and so on. There are so many things to consider when choosing a screen size and type for your home theater space, and we're here to make it easy with a few basics to consider.
Proving that a small space doesn't limit our ability to design and deliver WOW—this powerful Bowers & Wilkins 700 series surround system brings movies, concerts, and room-rumbling action to an awesome family in Montgomery County, PA. With Marantz delivering the power, and SVS bringing the bass, this 7.2-channel home theater packs a punch.
It’s fairly common to hear the terms “surround
sound” and “home theater” used interchangeably. Sure, any proper home theater
will incorporate surround sound, but there are other criteria that set home
theater systems apart as a special entertainment experience. Whether you’re moving in
to your first house or finally finishing that basement, read on to discover
what distinguishes home theaters from surround sound.
A great home theater system can take the cinematic experience and bring it into your home. In this article, we’ll go over the importance of your display, how your audio system brings the experience to life, what to do with all of your equipment, the best video source for a home theater, and most importantly making sure you have the best seat in the house.
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