There’s something about sitting down to a good movie and getting away from the world for an hour or two—or more—that just can’t be beat. Everything falls away when you dig into your Harry Potter films, watch a marathon of your favorite The X-Files episodes or relive the latest Disney flick of your choice. But your home entertainment setup as much to do with your viewing pleasure as the films or shows on your top ten list.
If you want to get your home theater set up just right, here are a few handy suggestions:
Go for big speakers
Get the biggest speakers you can afford on your budget, says the DIY Network. Tiny cube speakers might be good for your office or cubicle but they’re in no way the perfect fit for the entertainment system you want to put up. If you want impressive audio quality and sound surround, then this is a must.
Choose the right room
It’s better to go with a room that doesn’t have walls of equal lengths. That way, you could install your speakers by the narrow walls and then position the bigger ones so that the sound goes along the long, narrow walls of the room.
Check the angles
Some HDTVs need to be installed front and center. So check if all the angles work—from all sides to the front—before you start drilling holes.
Avoid the glare
You’d want to position your TV in a perpetually shady spot. That way, you won’t have to worry about glares getting in the way of a good visual.
Lastly, don’t forget to hire a professional home theater professional to help you choose, set up and install your home theater system for you. If you want faster and better results, hire a pro to take care of the details for you.
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