Selecting the necessary implementation principles and the appropriate gear for a correct home theater setup.
Home theater systems can do a remarkable job towards achieving a great cinematic experience in your home.
It is all about an intermix effect brought together by the TV or projection screen, the home theater sound, and the overall room decor. These all play a key role in the cinematic experience.
Here are some important main views on what you need for your home theater setup.
TVs- Home theater starts with your TV. A big, clear picture is must-have, and bigger is usually better. Choose 4Kor OLED for the latest TV picture technology, and pay attention to smart TV features if you're interested in streaming content. If you've got a dedicated home theater room and you really want to go big, consider a projector that can produce theater-like images on screens measuring as big as 100" or more.
Projector- A projector is really a two-piece system: the projector and the screen. A Projector screens can be free-standing, wall-mounted, or retractable. You can skip the screen and project movies directly onto a wall. That generally looks OK, but a screen delivers a smoother, more consistent image.
Video sources- Blu-ray players, 4K media players, and smart set-top boxes — these are all examples of video sources that will provide the audio/video content you'll play on your home theater system.Projectors don't include a built-in TV tuner, but they have inputs for connecting a Blu-ray player, satellite receiver or cable box, video game console, or media streamer.
Receivers- A receiver is the center of your home theater system. In addition to providing surround sound processing and the power to drive your speakers, today’s home theater receivers act as a connection hub for all of your of audio/video sources and your TV.
Speakers- Speakers connect to your receiver to produce the sound you’ll hear. A traditional surround sound system consists of at least five speakers plus a powered subwoofer. You have plenty of options when it comes to speakers, from floor-standing towers to in-ceiling models to complete surround sound speaker packages.