Luxury home theatres were reserved for Hollywood stars and the mega-rich. Now they can be just down the hall and you can decide whether it’s black tie or slippers. If you are interested in having your own personal home cinema, there are a number of aspects you need to take into consideration before doing so. How does the room design affect the experience? What are the best components? And who should you trust to give you the best result?
Sure, it’s important to have a nice big screen for your home theatre system. But it’s the sound that really makes the visuals come alive. Which are the speakers that create that incredible, immersive experience?
Do you want to be able to watch movies at home without annoying crunching chip packets disturbing you? Are you a movie buff that values amazing quality graphics and sound with every movie you watch? A home theatre is the perfect addition to your home.
There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to a home theatre room. There are a few basic considerations to keep in mind and your perfect blend of customisation may be based on these.
Almost anyone can have a home theatre room. Not only does it make for a great movie viewing experience, it can add to the market value of your home and will make your home the place to be for family and friends.
This unique media room is designed for viewing multiple video sources.
The client wanted a seven-meter wide artwork wall where he could show screensavers loaded on his Apple TV. He also wanted to be able to watch movies on the same system. Initially he had looked a commercial screen as a solution, but it was too expensive…
This home cinema that had actually won a CEDIA Award many years ago, but over time, technological advances had all but made the room completely obsolete. For example: the room had no subwoofers — no low-end frequencies
Additionally, the space was to be used for both surround-sound movie viewing as well as two-channel (traditional stereo) listening. The client had upgraded the projector at some point, but the aspect ratios didn’t match the original screen: The client was viewing letterboxed movies. Sound treatments weren’t up to par, either, and absorption and diffusion need to be added…
This retrofit project that converted an existing double garage under the client’s house into a reference-quality, dedicated cinema. The space had to remain accessible from the street.
The owner also wanted to incorporate a couple of arcade machines into a separate bar area that was part of the project.
Wavetrain really took control here, designing and documenting all work for the project, including architectural drawings, interior design, HVAC and ventilation, acoustic engineering — everything…
The great thing about home theatre seating options is that there are a range of them in the market, with something to suit every budget and every need.
Make your home theatre a much more exciting (and relaxing) space to spend time in with these accessories. Your movie-matching experience will never be the same