How to Get More Out of Your Surround Sound System
You know that surround sound makes movies a more immersive experience. Whether you’re at the theater or at home, surround sound is part of what makes you feel like you are part of the action, just as much as the great visuals.
Some people, unsurprisingly, only turn on their surround audio system for movie watching. They may use TV audio for shows other than movies. If the surround system is in a family room that is used for something other than movies (unlike a more dedicated theater or media room), this is not uncommon.
If you have a surround system, we think you should always use it. One good reason is that a large amount of content is delivered in surround formats.
If you listen on the TV speaker only, or a stereo soundbar, you’re missing out on some ambient parts of the soundtrack. For example, all over-the-air broadcast TV is delivered in Dolby Digital format. The quality of the surround mix may vary by the show - just as it does in movies - but Dolby Digital will always sound better than regular stereo when played through the right equipment.
Admittedly, in this age of streaming video, cable, and satellite, over-the-air reception is less used. So, what else can take advantage of your investment in surround sound in Eden Prairie? Read on to find out.
Enjoy the Ultimate Viewing Experience With Future-Ready Technology
If you’re buying a TV for your Edina, MN, home in the next few years, chances are the sources will involve an updated HDMI element, called HDMI 2.1. Last year’s CES teased a more robust way to connect all our entertainment, and we can’t wait to see how this home video distribution update transforms the A/V industry and enables 8K, and even 10K, devices.
Keep reading to learn more about the higher-definition HDMI, how we install it and some of its significant benefits.
A home theater installer designs media spaces that family and friends will enjoy for years
A home theater no longer means a dark room dedicated to watching movies. If the idea of being stuck in an isolated room of the house doesn’t appeal to you, we have another entertainment space for you to consider.
Have you ever considered a multi-use media room for your Edina, MN, home? Enjoy all your favorite content within an open environment that will make guests and family feel welcome to share the entertainment experience with you.
When you enlist the help of an experienced home theater installer, you can have all the major components, such as cineplex-quality audio and video in the comfort of a family-friendly space. Keep reading to see how we can elevate your home!
Here’s What You Need to Know Ahead of Your Next Home Theater Project
Are you prepared for your next home theater project?
If you’re a homeowner in the Minnetonka, MN area or beyond and you’re looking to add a private cinema to your property (or you’re looking to update your existing theater), you should know this:
What you might think about residential theaters might not be entirely accurate.
Below, we explore three of the most common misconceptions about home theater setups – so that you can get the most out of your property’s theater installation.
Just keep reading to find out more.
Find the Perfect Projector for Your Home Theater Setup
A projector is an essential part of any home theater setup.
Not only will it produce the image you watch on your projection screen, but it also is a serious investment.
You want your projector to produce the best image quality within your home theater, and finding the perfect projector might include doing some research.
Here’s one basic question: Should you go with an LED or a non-LED projector?
In this blog, we’ll compare the two common projector types so that you can have a better idea of which one might suit your Wayzata, MN home theater best.
Simply keep reading to find out more.