Planning a new home cinema system is both an exciting and challenging task. The right choice of lifestyle technology will complement your interior design and create an environment that is relaxing and entertaining for your family and friends.
Here are some basic things to consider.
What to Consider When Creating a Home Cinema System
1. Space and layout
The first thing to consider is the space available to you so that you can plan your ideas around this.
“The layout of the room and utilising the space available is very important,” reveals MRFS who work with their customers to create an ideal shape of space.
“Things to think about are the size of the screen, the position of the seating in relation to the screen and the placement of the speakers so that you get the best possible surround sound experience.”
It’s important to consider every aspect of your home cinema system to ensure that your system is set up to match your exact specification for maximum enjoyment.
“We offer technology from some of the leading global manufacturers, working in partnership with them to offer customers complete control of the many systems and technologies found within their homes,” MRFS add.
2. Lighting schemes
The next thing to look at is the lighting. And it’s not just the lighting while you are watching films either as you’ll want to think about the lighting scheme and atmosphere you are aiming to create both during and after the film is over.
3. Screen position
The screen requires special thought as this is the focal point of the room. To get the most authentic cinema experience, and if your budget allows, we recommend a projector and a screen. If you don’t have the space or necessary budget, then go with a large screen TV and there are many great options available.
MRFS Group can work with you to create a state of the art home cinema. Book a call with our trusted partner MRFS to discuss your needs.
4. Sound and speakers
The sound in your home cinema is also very important. The type of speakers, the number, and their arrangement need careful consideration so that you get the best sound quality possible.
5. Seating options
Last but certainly not least, you need to consider the seating in the room. It really depends on the size of the room whether you choose a one-row arrangement or a multi-row arrangement for a true cinema experience. If you prefer a sofa or comfortable armchairs, that is ok, but whatever you choose, remember to focus on comfort – you and your family and friends will be spending countless hours in your home cinema room.
MRFS understand that modern homes may be complex, and that integrating several technologies can be complicated. Their aim is to make sure that your dreams of having a home cinema system are fulfilled and to make home automation practical and accessible for all.