The Ultimate Guide to Designing and Building Your Dream Home Theater is responsible for saving people thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours on their. Read "The Definitive Guide to Home Theater Design" by Nancy Bluhm available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Home. Several years ago my wife and I visited a high end home theater retail store. The store had several demo rooms which we were given a brief 10 minute demo.
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I loved movies and wanted to recreate that awe and wonder of the movie theater in my own home. I was hooked, I was bitten by the home theater bug, and would not stop until I had what I was after. Eventually I found a used front projector, added some speakers, a VHS player yes, I just dated myself , and I was in heaven!
I had created my own home theater. Home theaters have evolved since those days, but I decided I wanted to help people design and build their own home theaters. It became a passion of mine to introduce people to home theater and all the joy it can bring to them and their families! You can learn when you want, and from the comfort of your home since everything will be downloaded right to your computer.
How do you actually build a home theater? When you start to read online, and start to research how to do this, soon you will find an overwhelming amount of information, which always leads to even more questions! How do I build a stage? How tall should my riser be for the seating? What the heck is a proscenium? What screen size should I get? Where do my speakers go?
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Most of them opt for the living room. Nothing against living rooms—you do need to ensure that whichever room you select has the following characteristics which will allow for optimal performance from a home theater.
Ample Space The space required for your home theater is solely dependent on you.
Mostly dependent on how many people you plan to accommodate in your theater at a time. Think about it, if you plan on having two to three rows of the Nitro XL then you need quite a lot of space in the room.
If you want a smaller set up to accommodate less people then you can do with a smaller room. Do not forget to take speakers and their placement into consideration when selecting a room.
If you go with a 5. Which means that the seats cannot be all the way against the back or side walls. To save yourself the trouble of worrying about speaker space, you can opt for in-ceiling or in-wall speakers. When selecting a room, you need to ensure that the ceiling of the room is not that high.