Getting the Big Picture
This dedicated 14-seat theater, designed by DC Audio/Video, sits atop a beautiful home on Lake Winnipesaukee. The theater, designed to be a family retreat for movies, even includes a lobby area, complete with a popcorn machine. The room was acoustically engineered with specialized wall treatments. The 110"-screen drops down along with a blackout shade in front of the large window.
Consider this Some of the factors that a professional will consider when installing a home theater include: 1. The size of the room 2. Where your audience will sit in relation to the screen 3. Acoustical properties of the room 4. Ambient light issues that may affect the type of video display system to be used 5. Whether a projection system or large screen television will work best. 6. Whether in-wall or stand-alone speakers would be most effective 7. Where your components will be located 8. Room ventilation for both the viewers and home theater components. — Photos by Nicholas A. Mark - DC Audio/Video