California and Los Angeles, in particular, is known the world over for its massive entertainment industry. So when homeowners want to entertain guests, the best way to do so is with the ultimate home theater. At Audio One we create expertly crafted spaces to provide maximum enjoyment of movies and music. Read on to learn more about three must-have upgrades for your private cinema.
Think about the amount of time you and your family spend watching movies and television. You’re going to want plush, luxurious furniture that reflects your style and is uber comfortable. Don’t simply shove a couch into the middle of the room and think that’s going to do. For the best movie watching experience, you’ll want theater style seating.
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Selecting the right furniture is an important step in planning of your home theater. Seats with high backs could disrupt the flow of the audio from the surround sound system or block the view of other moviegoers. Additionally, the placement of the seats within the room will help determine the size of screen, among other factors of course. Another consideration to keep in mind is the type of material the furniture is made of and whether or not it will reflect light. We’ll pair up with an experienced interior designer who can help meet the technical requirements of theater seating as well as ensure we meet your impeccable style needs. Looking for some inspiration? Check out our gallery of past projects.
A Dolby Atmos surround sound system will transform your movie watching experience like no other. The sound which is usually confined to a designated speaker will be unleashed, and as a result, the sound can move around the audience in a three-dimensional space. Dolby Atmos features a three-tiered configuration that creates lifelike sound, transporting you into the movie scene.
An immersive home theater requires the following elements:
You might have anticipated that we would talk about screens, but the lighting in your home theater can be just as important as the display at the front of the room. With lighting control, you can effortlessly adjust levels and zones of light based on the activity within your home theater. Turn the lights up for playing video games by using a wall mounted touchscreen. Use low-level floor lighting while you are watching a movie so that family members can still move about the room without tripping.
Want to learn about other upgrades you can make to your home theater? Audio One has the expertise and years of experience to find you an answer. Contact us to learn more.