“Orchestrate Every Action”
As home cinema technology continues to get more advanced, the possibility of having a home theater seems to be affordable.Every new building are now being designed to allocate a space for entertainment.
Offering a right combination of home theater equipment’s is essential to meet customer expectations. Adding to that home theater automation harmonizes all the equipment’s to create a nice play to have ultimate user experience.
“Connect with Every Content”
Online is by far the richest—and most rapidly evolving—source for video and audio. Connect your home theater to the Internet, and you’ll probably find anything that’s available on disc or TV, in some form. Plus, there’s a nearly infinite supply of content that’s available only online. And right how, premium streaming services are your only source of native Ultra HD (UHD) 4K content.
Home Theater Technologies
Deciding which display for your home theater system setup comes down to a matter of available space and personal preference.Based on size of home theater room a projector,tv or video wall arrangement is done and the screen resolution major preferred are 1080p,2K and 4K.
Video projector image size is adjustable and may range from 40 to 300 inches. This allows you to set the size of your projected image in relation to the projector-to-screen and seating-to-screen distance.TVs range in size range from 50 inches and above for a home theater setup. to 85-inches.
Audio Video Receiver
The Home Theater receiver also referred to as an AV receiver or Surround Sound Receiver, is the heart of a home theater system. It provides most, if not all, the inputs and outputs that you connect everything, including your TV, into. A Home Theater Receiver provides an easy and cost-effective way of centralizing your home theater system.
Video Switcher system gives you full control over video sources in a home theater setup. Featuring 4K scaling and high-resolution streaming video, Video Switcher delivers dynamic video systems with a user-friendly control interface.
Audio and Acoustics
Audio accounts for 50 percent of the cinema experience. That’s why the sound system and room acoustics are every bit as important as your Home theater Screen resolution.Conventional 5.1- and 7.1-channel surround sound can involve you more deeply in the onscreen action. Dolby Atmos® is a revolutionary new technology that uses “objects” and overhead sound to create moving audio that flows all around you
Local Video Content and Online Streaming
Online is by far the richest—and most rapidly evolving—source for video and audio. Connect your home theater to the Internet, and you’ll probably find anything that’s available on Bluray disc,Gaming Console or TV Box, in some form. Plus, there’s a nearly infinite supply of content that’s available only online.