You know you want a custom home theater. Whether you are the biggest movie buff in Houston, TX, or you’re looking for a better way to catch every detail of a Texans game, a custom home theater can satisfy your every need for home entertainment. But while it seems easy to choose the size of your screen and how powerful you want your sound system to be, there are some things that tend to get overlooked by excited first-time consumers. The first step is to trust the pros at Relative Home Systems to guide you through every part of the process, and the second is to take a look at this list of commonly overlooked options that can take your theater to the next level:
1. Seating Distribution
Figuring out your seating arrangement is more than just placing a couple chairs around the room. In fact, in most homes, it’s probably one of the most important first steps you can take when designing your custom home theater. Where you sit will affect your optimal screen size, the best sound distribution and your overall enjoyment of the experience.
2. Seating Size
Here’s another one that you won’t want to take sitting down. Many initial custom home theater planners look for complete comfort in their seating without knowing that an oversized chair can ruin your surround sound quality. Choose a chair that is comfortable and supports your head and neck, but that doesn’t block the sound from getting to your ears.