Custom Home Theater Systems
Since the late eighties where the home theater concept entered the home, there have been many variations of type, look, feel and budget when it comes to Home Cinema solutions.
At AVI we believe that the best client is an educated client. There are different types of custom home theater systems.
Dedicated Home Theater Room Design
A Dedicated Home Theater Room is a room that its sole purpose of existence is to please visually and acoustically. A room like that has been designed to have a fixed placement of seating and speakers.
Custom Home Theater Systems
A home theater system in your Den does not need to be as elaborate and refined as a dedicated home theater room. Since the layout of seating and acoustics is not fixed it is crucial that extra consideration in speaker placement is taken as well as seating arrangement. We understand the different applications throughout your home which is why we design every home theater system independently and not one of them is the same.
In any application the fundamentals stay the same. A home theater system is not meant to be a Large Display combined with a loud stereo system. Speaker placement has to be implemented carefully and the speakers must blend with the room décor. Room acoustics also have to be taken into consideration for the final result to be a success. Finally, control is one of the most important elements for you to get the maximum use out of your home theater system.
It is vital that the universal remote control is programmed properly and its interface is what we like to call child’s play. Only then we feel that a job is complete, if there are no question marks as to what is happening when any given button on that remote control is pressed. Let us consult you and educate you before you make any decision and let yourself be part of your home theater design process.
Media Rooms - Home Cinema Solutions
The newest trend in Home Theaters is the Media Room concept. That also happens to be our favorite of all! The use of the Dedicated theater has been strong felt throughout the past couple of decades with that concept gaining momentum in the more affluent public categories. Who says though that for someone to really enjoy the dynamics of the combination of a large projection screen and a crisp, responsive audio experience, you would need to have a dedicated room built.
Through that change in design process the media room theater concept has emerged. That basically says that you can have a bar with a lounge and pool table and off to the side, a large seating arrangement and a 110″ projection screen with a projector and surround sound system that everyone in the open space can view and enjoy in the background or up close and personal by taking a seat.