A home theater system takes viewing TV and movies to an enhanced level. Systems may include but are not limited to flat-screen TVs, Blu-ray/DVD players, gaming consoles, cable or satellite receivers, audio receivers and speakers. To round out the home theater experience, special lighting and seating can be included as well.
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Sometimes home theater systems are referred to as media rooms or movie rooms. The concept of a screening or movie room is not a new idea. For decades, movie aficionados have incorporated a single room just for watching movies in the privacy of their own home. Today, a multi-media room or home theater can become a gathering place for every member of the family as well as guests. Screen new video releases or enjoy watching your own home movies.
A qualified CEDIA member home technology professional can work with you to design and install the ideal home theater system to fit your specific entertainment needs. When consulting with a CEDIA professional, it is important to have an idea how your home theater room will be used. Will it be an exclusive place for viewing movies? Will it be a multi-media room with cable or satellite connection, a gaming console and audio components? A customized home theater system has numerous possibilities.
The primary components of most home theater systems include the display unit, the audio/video receiver, speakers and sources such as a Blu-ray player and/or cable/satellite receiver. When these components are configured properly, your family may prefer to watch movies at home instead of paying for pricey movie tickets.