Creating A Basement Home Theater
While the basement may seem like an unlikely choice for such a home theater room, it is actually one of the best places for a home theater system. If you decide to create a basement home theater, then you will need some tips. You will need to pay attention to the size of your available space when beginning your basement home theater project. This will determine the size of the HD television you will need to have and the sound system that will be required. You will also need to make decisions about seating. The type of cinema chair you decide to purchase will very much depend on your available space. If you are going to have two rows then the one at the back should be slightly raises. Then, make sure you remove all dampness from your basement. This lower area of the house is notorious for being damp and this could really ruin your basement home theater. You could easily attract mold and this can cause health problems and ruin your furniture.
Choose your materials carefully. If you have concrete on your floor and walls then this can make your cinema have too much echo and this could spoil the overall sound of the movie. Adding carpet and wood paneling can improve things greatly. Make sure that your screen is going to be the focal point of the basement home theater room. If you have a basement that is perfectly square or long and rectangular then this can make it subject to standing waves that make your cinema sound uneven. You can combat this by using equalizers or by slightly adjusting the shape of your room so that it is not perfectly square or rectangular.