The design of your home theater plays an integral role in the extent to which you will be able to enjoy multimedia from the comfort of your home. In the USA, home theater design experts recommend positioning the TV or LCD screen that serves as the theater's focal point some 12-15 feet away from the theater's primary viewer seating. When mounting a TV or screen, most professionals shoot or the consensus-agreed position that the optimal eye level for viewers is slightly above the center of the screen. A truly talented home theater design and installation professional, however, can create a masterful theater design, optimizing the audio and visual experience afforded by the theater and hiding unattractive home theater components, in a room of just about any size. For visual and acoustic purposes, rooms with a length of at least 15 feet are ideal. The width of the room is less important, at least as far as covering up wires on walls, managing cable concealment, and utilizing the best option or aesthetic surround sound are concerned.
Coordinating the seating of your viewers is an important part of home theater design. Get it right the first time and your home theater experience should be smooth sailing from the get-go. Get it wrong, and you and your friends may suffer eye strain and stiff necks as a result of your and you will have a poor experience, and can even end up with neck cramps as a result of your viewing experience. Hire Integrated IO™, LLC's home theater experts to design your home theater, and discover the benefits that come with ideally spacing out your seating and your smart home collection TV.
Components are important to the design of the home theater for a handful of reasons. First, they are essential to the theater system's functions, and thus the overall viewing experience. Second, they can provide homeowners with invaluable conveniences such as remote control of sound, audio, lighting, climate settings, and playback. With a smart home collection TV and a Contol4 smart appliance hub, you can can the lighting in every room of your home and view feed from the outdoor surveillance cameras for horses you have installed in your yard or at the stables. Since some of these components may appear bulky and out-of-place in a home theater, you can benefit from having a commercial home theater installation design professional hide wires in your walls, manage your cable concealment, and place less attractive components in aesthetically pleasing home theater furnishings like cabinets and end tables.