Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Cool Home Theaters

Home cinema, also called home theater, are entertainment systems that seek to reproduce movie theater quality video and audio in a private home. The most basic system could be a DVD player, a standard CRT television, and a "home theater in a box", a 2.1 speaker system with left and right speakers and a small 8" subwoofer cabinet. An expensive home cinema set-up might include a High-Definition video format such as Blu-ray, a 60" High-Definition Television with a "cinema-style" 16:9 format, a several thousand-watt home theatre receiver with five to seven surround sound speakers, and a powered subwoofer with a 12" (or more) driver. The most expensive home theater set-ups, which can cost over $100,000 US, have digital projectors, expensive screens, and custom-built screening rooms which include cinema-style chairs and Audiophile-grade sound equipment.

And the Coolest is Jeremy Kipnis’ $6 million Outer Limit Home Theater.

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1 comment:

Home Theater Seating said...

Are you all set in your home theater room? Have you finished shopping for home theater seating? Seating plays an important role in any home theater. Before you purchase, you need to consider a lot of things like comfort level, theme, and color combination.