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Home Theater

Experience A Home Theater
Isn't it time you experienced DVDs and TV programs the way they were intended - in high definition with surround sound? Our dedicated home theater installations with custom programmed remote controls ensure all the features of an intense theater rig are right at your fingertips. Immerse yourself in Dolby Digital, DTS, and THX audio formats and feel the rumble of King Kong wrestling with the ferocious T-Rex. Surround sound will take you far away from your current TV's puny speakers and place you right in the middle of the action - just like at the movies.

Integration
A dedicated home theater features equipment that is used solely in one area of the house, usually a living room. With the addition of a whole house distribution system, your DVD player, iPod, media server, and satellite or cable box can also be made available to other areas of the home. Load your CDs and DVDs into a multi-disc changer and access them anywhere in your home! Download DVD cover art and movie descriptions with a broadband Internet connection and keep all your media in one room! 
 
Education
A home theater system is almost always comprised of either a 5.1 or a 7.1 setup. The 5 refers to the number of speakers and the .1 refers to the inclusion of a subwoofer. A speaker is commonly placed at each side of the TV. One speaker goes directly above or below the TV and the last two speakers are placed at either side of the listener. Speakers can be mounted to the wall or else are installed flush with the ceilings or walls. The subwoofer is placed on the floor, inside a wall, or inside a cabinet to accurately produce lower frequency sounds. In a 7.1 configuration, two additional speakers are placed behind the listener. The exact placement of the speakers is ultimately determined by the room layout and its acoustical properties to create a compromised balance between form (appearance) and function (performance). DVD players, cable boxes, and the remaining equipment can be placed within a custom A/V rack, exposed on a shelving unit, or tucked away inside custom cabinetry. Fans may be added to help keep the components properly ventilated. Our exceptional theater systems include a custom programmed remote to operate all the bells and whistles of your system. Finally, our comprehensive surge protection ensures all your equipment is safe when a power spike occurs.
 
Equipment
Our basic home theater systems come with the following equipment:
-Flat screen TV with optional mount
-DVD player
-Satellite/Cable box
         (leased by homeowner)
-Custom programmed remote control
-A/V Receiver
-Front speakers (left and right)
-Center speaker
-Surround speakers
        (rear left and rear right)
-Subwoofer
        (for low frequency sound effects)
-Surge Protector





Our  System Design Consultant  can provide you with a  "hands-on" demonstration   at your home or business.

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