Tips to put a great home theater inyour budget

Many people are confused on how to get started in a home theater or how much to spend. Nowadays home theaters are no longer rich and famous. Thanks to advance and affordable technology due to which many families can enjoy true theater experience without living there home if you building a home theater let me help you out.

Step 1: Choose your hardware.

The ideal home theater setup includesa projector, screen, speakers, receivers or video output (e.g. DVD player or game console etc.) and a television(optional). It’s advisable to use product which is all roughly the same generation (modern TV then modern Speaker.

A) Projector

Selecting projector is a veryconfusing job for people 100 of variety is available in the current market, there are 720p, 1080p, and 2K or 4 K etc. are available in the market. If you are tight on budget and having a small room then you can go for 720p projector or 1080p for movie or office work. If you’re more into gaming and watching high-resolutionmovies, then you can for 2K or 4K projector.

B) Screen:

picking up screen is a bit easier compared to the projector, as we know that we have very less choice like pull-down screen or fixed frame screen that’s always visible. I would go for a pull-down screen because it was cheaper at the time, but a fixed frame screen tends to look a lot nicer. You should expect to spend around $200-300 and have room for a screen that's at least 90 inches (while many will be 100 inches or larger). Yes, all these screens are pretty at that's the point! You're making a home movie theater.

C) Speaker

Speaker is the main component of the home theater one can decide which type of speaker is required like 5.1 channels (1woffer or 5 Mini speakers) 2.1 channels (1woffer 2 Mini speakers).

D) Movies and TV and Music

Most movies are multi-track (sounds come from many different speakers), meaning 5 or 7 smaller speakers will create a more immersive movie watching experience than 2-3 expensive, large speakers. This helps you create realistic surround sound

F) Soundbar

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Step 2: Choosing TV for your room.

It’s very often to get big screen TV for the home theater. You should choose your TV based on the size of your room and how far away people are from screen to get the best enjoyment (E.G. if you have 75 inches then approx. distance should have is 9 to 15 feet between TV and your nearest seating couch). The projector is also a better option in replace of TV the additional is that you can adjust the size of the screen as much as you want (until it reaches its maximum size). You generally need 12 to 15 feet distance between projector and wall to get the best result

One of the key factors is resolution while trying to improve your TV picture. More the pixel higher the resolution that’s why 2160p, also known as "4K Ultra HD", is more expensive than 1080p (also known as "Full HD") or 720p. Placing your TV or Projector in proper location or room if you have an entertainment room place your TV with proper power connection, leave some empty space between TV and wall for any future adjustment

Step 3: Selection or Installation of Receiver

Let’s understand what is a receiver? The receiver is also referred to as AV receiver, is a heart of a home theater system. A Home Theater Receiver provides an easy and cost-effective way of centralizing your home theater system.A receiver acts as a hub for all of your components (e.g., speakers, video inputs, the TV, and so on) so that your TV can use the connected components without having to switch inputs. Nowadays all are using HDMI for sending audio and video to TV. The receivercomes with many different size shapes and it is highly recommended to get port with HDMI this means that if you have a set of speakers, an Xbox, a Blu-Ray player, and your TV, you should allow for at least 4 HDMI input ports and at least one HDMI output port.

Make sure you are buying a home theater receiver which comes with audio/video both. Mostly all the components of TV are going under the TV and also make sure that all the AV components are able to reach without any stretching. There must be sufficient gap between TV and their components overcrowding may lead to overheating. This can be the death of game console or DVD player.

Step 4: Connecting your Home Theater

Now we have all components of home theater lets light up now

1) Make sure you have power off all the current supply and also make sure that tv and speakers are off

2) With the help of HDMI cable, plug an HDMI end into an "HDMI Out" port on the back of the receiver, then plug the other end of the cable into the appropriate input on the back of your TV.

Note: All HDMI cable are built identically same. So don’t be fooled to buyRs 3000 where your get same for Rs 300

3) Plug one end of HDMI cable to the video component (DVD Player) and other end of the HDMI cable into receiver

4) Test you video connectivity, turn on your TV receiver and media player and switch to correct input on your TV by pressing the video or AV button. You must see the logo of the DVD player into screen Note: Check all loss connectivity. Check the signal flow

5) The most crucial part of the connectivity attaching speaker or speaker bar, connect your right wire with their component Test your speakers after connecting all the wires, it should sound properly