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Putting in a Home Entertainment Theater

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By : Ravisankar Poduval    99 or more times read
Gone are the days when movies could be watched only in movie theaters, without losing the effect that the theater brings, in case of screen quality and sound effects. Though video cassette recorders and color televisions enhanced the effect of movie watching at home, nothing comes close to the effect that a home theater brings along. The concept of a home theater varies from person to person. While some would say a DVD player with a 29 inch television and speakers would do the trick, others would vouch for LCD screens and sub woofers to complement the normal speakers.

In fact, a home theater is a combination of whole lot of factors. The components may change, some may be absent, but one thing that remains the same is the entertainment factor. For someone on a tight budget, a simple speaker setup with a 21-inch CRT TV and a DVD player may be heaven in your living room, while for another a 5.1, 800 W RMS speaker setup, Blu-Ray player and a 65-inch, 1080p plasma display may only just suffice but the concept is rather simple; a cinema-like experience, all in the safety and comfort of your living room sofa.

While looking around for a home theater system, you need to choose the correct combination. For example if you were to spend a good amount on terrific speakers, then you need to choose the screen component carefully, as a normal 21 inch color television is not going to suffice if you were to install a speaker and sub woofer system. Similarly a 50-inch plasma display is no good if you do not invest in a good Blu-Ray player. Watching simple VCDs or DVDs on such a screen would be a humongous waste. Also, remember that once you reach the size of 50-inches, plasma screens make more sense than LCDs. This is because bigger plasmas are cheaper than bigger LCDs and their display quality is also generally superior to an LCD.

As far as speakers are concerned, you need to choose something that will go with the look of your room. If your hall or TV viewing room is tiny, the speakers should match the size. Always choose speakers based on your sound requirements and not just the most powerful ones around. There are really huge and highly effective systems available, but unless you have a really large hall these are rather useless.

Placement of speakers is also important. They need to be placed strategically so that you can enjoy every minute sound that the movie offers. Ultimately, the aim of a home entertainment theater is that it should effectively substitute a movie theater and give you a similar experience.
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