The Television is the focal point of your home theater and a big screen must be preferred which will mirror the theater like the view as well as giving you access to all the latest television technologies.
You can start by taking into account Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) T.V that comes with better power efficiency, sharpness, flexibility, and exceptional refresh rates than its predecessor that LED, if not OLED than Quantum Dot LED (QD-LED – brings you a wider color range than OLEDs) and High Dynamic Range (HDR – facilitates quite a natural- and genuine-looking content). If you are looking for something fancier and of much elite quality then Curved televisions can be your pick as they offer a panoramic display, delivering a supreme level immersive cinematic-like, television viewing experience.
3. Projector and screen
If any of the above-given television does not suffice your grand cinematic escape dream inside your home, then you should probably look at a projector and a screen with a brightness above 1500 lumen since they are best in business and can be just what you are looking for. But you should keep in mind the distance from the screen over the wall to determine your projector type. If you are having a small home theater in Los Angeles, then a short-throw projector can be gold.
4. Speakers and sub-woofers
While speakers are mainly attributed to producing a range of frequencies, the thumping ‘bass effect’ of the low-frequency sound is produced by the sub-woofers. And if you are an audiophile, you know how vital is the audio quality, considering that it creates a whole lot of difference in a movie-watching experience. Hence you should consciously consider the quality, depth, and clarity that must be proportional to the number of speakers you have. But naturally the more the number of speakers, the more will be the space requirement. You should hence strike the right balance between the desired sound quality you want against the size of your room.
Given this, if you are planning on making your home theater a smart one then it would just incomplete without the digital assistant. You can always opt-out for Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri to serve you the digital cinematic feast by your seat.
5. Media player and recorder
By plugging in media players such as Blu-ray and DVD players you can now gain access to the world of unlimited online and disc-based content. Ultra HD, 3D-capable, and smart players are worth considering. which offers a plentiful of future-fit functions and features that you may get across a content of near all formats. If the majority of your content that you watch comes from a DTH then you should go for a system with an inbuilt personal video recorder. That can prove to be pretty much useful as you can watch what you want whenever you want.
On the other hand, if you have a large digital movie archive, you can improvise by installing a network assistant storage drive that will enable you to share it across all your compatible devices including your home theatre equipment.
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