A home theater, by most people's standards, is a large screen television with a media player attached, played through a set of speakers that offer cinema-quality sound (or something close to it, at least). But it is really more than that. Putting any components together and calling it a home theater system because it has the right appliances is much like throwing a basketball through a hoop and saying you are an NBA player. The fact of the matter is that it is more complicated than that to make a true home theater.
Home Theater Design is a guide that will give you the information necessary to put together the perfect home theater, one which will be the envy of all your friends. Crucially, it will give you the best advice on how to do it right without having to spend more money than you have got. Let your neighbor spend thousands chasing the right equipment to keep ahead of the Joneses, and then watch his face fall when he hears that someone else has a better set-up. That someone will be you.
This is a guide that deals with the important part of putting together a home theater. That is to say, the way that elements in the system work together to provide an overall system that really works like a cinema set-up. It will really improve the movies watched and the music played on it, because you have put things together with advice from the experts on how to do it correctly.
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