10 Steps to Set Up A Professional Home Theater (part 1)
February 6, 2020
To design a home cinema, you need to have in-depth knowledge of the design, know how to organize things as well as make the smartest choice. A few tips to building a professional home theater will help you feel better in the first step.
1. Find an appropriate area in the house
Choose an appropriate space and can bring the highest projection effect in your home. Remember that if the cinema room is shared with other activities, the entertainment experience will definitely be reduced. For example, the kitchen will be mixed with the noise of the cooking process, the smell of food invading. And the living room will be very difficult to control the light and even the noise between family members. All of this can affect your entertainment experience.
2. Remodeling the ordinary room into a professional movie room
Repairing a door room such as installing floors, painting walls or installing ceilings is the next thing you need to do to set up a professional home cinema room. In addition, you need to pay attention to the degree of outside light control and the surface area used to install a projection screen or directly onto a wall (considering the use of a projector).
3. Control of ambient light
Ambient light means light from outside the projection room such as from other rooms or light through a window. It may affect the quality of the image projected on the screen. So, you still need to control the light in this room.
On the projector side, you’ll need a high-brightness video projector if you intend to use it in a room with lighting or unable to control the light. But the best way to deal with ambient light is to simply block it from before it starts. You should choose a space with low light such as a basement or windowless room. If you can’t do this, limit the light to the curtains and turn off the electricity