The Most Essential Components of a Home Media Room

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Explore the elements that take your home entertainment experience to the next level

What exactly is a media room? Many people use this term, but there is no real definitive answer that is perfect for every homeowner. Generally, it is a multipurpose space where you can enjoy movies, TV shows, sports, and more. In addition, it should complement your lifestyle by being intuitive and entertaining. What factors go into making the perfect entertainment space in your Medford, OR home? Discover the essential components of a home media room below!

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The Display

When you think of a media room, the first thing that you probably imagine is a TV or projector. A large flat-panel TV can be mounted on the wall or placed atop custom cabinetry. For a concealed solution, consider hiding your display behind a motorized art panel that slides to reveal or hide your TV. You can also conceal it in the wall or ceiling with a retractable mount.

If you’d prefer a projector and screen setup, consider an ultra-short throw projector that can be discretely housed in a media cabinet and placed just inches from the wall! Of course, if your room is big enough, you can opt for a long-throw projector mounted to the ceiling.

The Speakers

Sound makes up half of your home entertainment experience. High-end audio solutions will immerse you in your favorite movies and TV shows, whether you choose a compact solution like a soundbar or a complete surround sound system. If you have the space and desire powerful audio immersion, consider a 5.1 surround sound system, which consists of six speakers: center, right, left, two side-surrounds, and a subwoofer. What’s more, take advantage of 3D audio formats like Dolby Atmos with a pair of in-ceiling or up-firing speakers that create height in your audio experience.

Other Important Features

There is more to making the perfect media room than just the display and speakers. Seating is another important component. The ideal choice would be comfortable and ergonomically supportive enough for long movie marathons. You should also choose a seating layout that is conducive to socializing since most media rooms are used for more than watching movies and TV.

Lighting is another important factor to consider. Movies are best watched in a dark room, but a dark room might not be a good choice if you are hosting a game day or chatting with friends. Smart lighting control makes it easy to adjust your lighting for any occasion with just a few taps.

Finally, there is no point in having a media room if it is not simple to use! Don't worry about a complicated system or a pile of remotes. Instead, invest in a smart home control system that connects all your technology—your audio-video components, lighting, motorized window treatments, and more—into one platform. From one interface, you will be able transform the environment for any activity at the touch of a button.

 

Technology Design Associates is an experienced home A/V installer and works with the best A/V brands in the industry. To schedule a free consultation with one of our experts, call (833) 832-7678, fill out our online form, or send us a message in the chatbox below. We would love to hear from you!

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