If you have already made a final decision of installing a home theater, here are some tips that might be helpful:
Space and Area. It is important that you have enough space to install your home theater. It must be long enough so that each viewer will be able to see the screen without difficulties. Also, make sure that the area is away from any other activity area to avoid distraction.
Lighting. Unlike the other parts of the house where you want more natural light in, you might have to limit them in the home theater. Too much light will affect the video projection images, making it more unpleasant to the eyes.
Sound. In order to prevent unwanted sound to get into the home theater and vice versa, it is a must to soundproof the entire room. Windows might have to be covered and doors may have to be replaced with a thicker, more solid ones.
Viewing and Seating. Of course, seats must be well-cushioned and ergonomic. Also, it is important to come up with a seating design and arrangement that will allow clear view even for viewers at the back.
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