There’s no question: a home theater enhances every aspect of a viewing experience. But having your own theater installed in your house comes with plenty of choices to make. With a bunch of variables at play, you want to make sure you select the right features the first time around. Here are the major mistakes to avoid and the best options to add when planning a home theater system installation in your Alpharetta, Georgia home.
1. Incorrect Seat Placement
When you walk into a regular commercial theater, your first thought is most likely, “where do I sit?” There’s an art to placing home theater seating in the room. If you don’t have the right location for the seats and sizing of your theater in general, it could result in a really poor viewing experience.
Seating can also affect the audio and acoustics of a room. If seats are too high up, they can block the surround sound – but you also want everyone’s back and neck to be comfortable as they watch the film. A perfect choice to make is to have your seating placed in the “sweet triangle,” between the left and right speakers.
SEE ALSO: HOME THEATER INSTALLATION GUIDE: 5 MUST-HAVE FEATURES