Add Lights, Shades, and Custom Seating to Your Irvine, CA Cinema
If you have decided to purchase a dedicated home theater for your Irvine, CA home, then there are a lot of details you should consider besides just the screen, projector, and surround sound system. To create a full entertainment experience, you also need to add automated lighting, shades if there are windows, and comfy seats. Why do these features matter? We’ll explain the benefits in this blog.
When you construct a private theater, it’s important to tackle even the small details, like making sure light doesn’t stream in from outside sources. Flashes of light coming in from windows and doors can really affect your entertainment experience and create an uncomfortable glare. In these situations, the Audio Images team works around your home’s unique layout to address these issues. Installing blackout shades is a great solution. And when you integrate them into your control system, you can call the projector down from the ceiling, turn off the lights and lower the shades by pressing one button for a stunning home theater experience.
The seats you place in your private theater also affect the quality of your experience. Ultimately, you should choose seats that are comfortable, but you also want to keep your guests in mind too. Who will be using the theater? A home theater sofa or sectional will give your group the ability to snuggle and get close. Or, you could go more traditional and get stadium style seats that give every individual more personal space. We have a lot of options for you to choose from, including leather, microfiber, or fabric. Whether you want to recline or get cozy on a couch, Audio Images can help you pick the right seating that fits your preferences and needs.
Lights, camera, action! It’s time for the show. Setting the stage for a fun evening of movies starts with the lighting. You can’t watch Fast and the Furious 8 while the bright lights are blaring down on you. An integrated control system allows you to dim the lights and turn on the movie at the same time. Use an app on a tablet or a handy universal remote to manage the volume and lighting settings. If anyone needs to get up for more popcorn for a bathroom break, you can turn specific lights on to illuminate their pathway but avoid disrupting the rest of the audience. Lighting is a key aspect to making your experience the best at home, so make sure you work with a professional for optimal results.
Do you need to add any of these smart home features to your dedicated home theater? We can equip your home will all kinds of technology. Fill out this online form for more information