One fundamental concept in custom home theater is the dimension of the screen not so much the size as the ratio of screen width to height. The dimension of the screen enables the impressive panoramic vistas and creative framing that directors and cinematographers use when they create movies. Ideally, home theater should reproduce the aspect ratio of an actual movie screen so the viewer gets the whole picture, just as the filmmaker intended.
High-quality sound is also a critical factor. Contemporary films make use of elaborate soundtracks with multiple tracks and carefully orchestrated sound effects, dialog and musical scoring. Ironically, until recently most televisions delivered all sounds through a single tiny, low-quality speaker roughly equivalent to one used in a transistor radio. In recent years, this has changed dramatically as home viewers have demanded that home systems deliver the kind of sound that rivals that of movie theaters and high-end home stereo systems. Home-theater systems now feature five or more speakers to deliver the multidimensional sound movie enthusiasts have grown to expect.
Every home theater system needs to be controlled. With todays technology and what it has to offer, many people overlook the control portion of their system. Twelve remotes to turn your system on? This becomes frustrating almost immediately. Our systems are tailored to make your experience easy and user friendly so it makes alot of sense to incorporate a universal all in one remote control to operate your media experience. One touch of a button and all of the equipment powers up and another touch a button allows you to jump to your favourite DVD. Behind the scenes, we have programmed your remote control to change inputs and sound levels customized for your system. It makes the whole experience seamless and you can set out to do what you bought this system to do.