Acoustical Treatments Bring Greater Sound, Style to Your Home
If you’re like most people, the physics of traveling sound isn’t something that you’d spend a lot of time thinking about as you shopped the top-of-the-line home theater systems for your Seattle, WA home.
However, the importance of acoustics is undeniable.
No matter how much you spend on a top-end speaker system for your home theater, equipping your designated space with premium acoustical treatments is critical.
Optimizing your walls, floor, ceiling, and furniture makes the difference between the ultimate home theater system that rocks your world and an expensive setup that still falls a little flat.
These two products will have your walls working to your advantage by providing clean sound that takes your home theater to the next level—instead of rendering it simply average.
Invest in Custom Seating, AV Cabinets and More that Are Shaped by Your Needs
Your home theater is meant to harbor you and your family during hours of entertainment, which means your furniture should be a top priority. To ensure optimal comfort for long stretches of time and the best viewing experience for everyone in the room, consider customized seating from leading furniture brands like Salamander and Fortress.
What’s more, you can also personalize the theater or media room in your Phoenix, AZ home with stylish AV cabinets that conceal components while providing proper ventilation, dual-purpose ottomans that transform into additional seating, and end-tables that offer storage space.
Read on to learn more about these quality furniture solutions that complement any home theater system and scale to living rooms and media rooms, too.
While the Decision Yours, We’re Here to Make It Easier
If you’re building a home theater in your Scottsdale or Seattle-area house, one of the first questions you might have is whether you want to feature a TV or a projector-screen combination.
Technology advances have blurred the lines between the two solutions, making it more difficult than ever to decide which one is best for home theater systems. Because both solutions offer large, stunning picture at similar costs, the decision likely comes down to the environment in which your display will live and how you plan to use that room in your home.
For a helpful nudge in the right direction, read our tips below for when to consider each solution. Plus, get a sneak peek into one of our home theater makeovers where we upgraded a couple’s audio/video system from a moderate TV display to a cutting-edge projector-screen setup.