Home cinema systems used to be for serious film buffs only, or aspirational systems that were expensive and difficult to install. These days things are very different, and audio visual systems are now extremely popular, whether you love film, playing games, listening to music or simply want to add a novel dimension of entertainment into your home.
But is it worth paying for home cinema? Well, in fact, the cost of a fully integrated home cinema system is lower than it’s ever been, and you can create effective systems for sub £1000. It’s not necessarily about how much you pay for home cinema, it’s the quality of the audio visual installations and how these systems are configured.
Let us think about audio technology, specifically, for a moment. In order for a home cinema system to be effective then audio must be configured correctly. On one level, this means that speakers need to be positioned at the optimal positions in a room. Audio visual engineers can identify the optimal positions for speakers using a microphone and special software.
In regards to the video technology, there are now diverse options available. State of the art TVs can offer HD video quality and novel functionality, one example mirror TVs are available, which become mirrors when they aren’t in use. Also, video technology itself is evolving all the time, for instance 3D TVs are growing in popularity.