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How To Set Up The Perfect Home Cinema

AD | If you’re fortunate enough to be setting up a cinema in your home, you’re probably feeling quite overwhelmed with all of the planning it requires. For example, where should the screen be placed? How should the furniture be arranged? After all, you won’t want shadows or light reflecting on your screen. If you know what you’re doing and you have a decent checklist, the transformation shouldn’t take too much effort; you’ll have an amazing space for watching movies in no time at all. Here are some things you should think about.

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You’ll need to know what components are required, including things like speakers. You can probably get your hands on an all in one package, which will take away some of the pressure of getting everything together. Consider how much space you have and how comfortably everything will fit in the room, as you don’t want it to feel too crowded. Sound bars are great for smaller rooms because they combine multiple speakers into one.

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You’ll also need to invest in some comfortable seating, if you don’t already have it. If you’re planning to watch 3D movies, you’ll need to get a seat with a straight back that faces directly forward. Tilting your head might distort the 3D effect. You might want to consider a SYNC box, which is designed to keep your cables neat, tidy, and unobtrusive so that your screen can be set flush against the wall.

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Lighting is also important in your home cinema, because it can help you alter the ambience in the room and allows you to truly immerse yourself in the cinema experience. Recessed lighting is a great option because it creates limited glare or reflection. Generally speaking, it’s a good idea to layer your lighting so that the room can be used for a variety of purposes.

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