What’s The Difference? What Are The Challenges? We Explain Below.
TAGS: Home Theater | Home Theater Company | Media Room
We love home theaters. They can bring the cinematic experience home without the crowds, high ticket prices, and questionable concessions. The parking is easier at home too. Many people ask us about building a home theater, and others ask us about installing media rooms. In some cases, people that ask about home theaters really want a media room, and the opposite also happens.
Is there a difference between a home theater and a media room? Yes. Home theaters tend to be purpose built highly engineered rooms. Media room tend to be multipurpose rooms. Both can deliver excellent performance. The important point is that that end product fits your lifestyle and entertainment preferences.
Install a Sony 4K HDR Projector and See All the Detail You’ve Been Missing
TAGS: Home Theater | Home Theater Projector | Media Room | Sony
If you already have a home theater, you love home cinema. Even if you don't have one yet, you might enjoy the luxury of having a massive screen at home, minus the sticky floors and overpriced concessions of your local movieplex. There’s nothing like being able to settle in to watch a movie or a show in your very own space with pristine sight and sound, with all the comforts of home.
If you have already invested in a home theater or media room, you already enjoy the benefits of your very own entertainment emporium. But if you haven’t upgraded your equipment of late, you may be missing out on some exciting new capabilities. If you currently run a 1080P HD projector, you’re not able to take advantage of the latest movies and content available on Kaleidescape, Ultra HD Blu-ray dissc, Netflix, or Amazon Video, with their much higher detail and contrast. You might have been thinking about 4K as those flat-panel TVs that are now mainstream and very affordable, while 4K projector prices have stayed relatively high. Because projectors don’t sell in nearly the same volumes as TVs, the cost curve of new technology moves south more slowly for projectors – but that’s changing. Sony now offer 11 models of projectors from $3,999 to $60,000. With such a broad product line there is sure to be something the meets you needs and your budget.
When it comes to home theater projectors, one name stands out – Sony. Sony is a longtime pioneer in too many technologies to list, and projection technology is no exception. In 2003, they were the first to introduce a full HD projector for home use. In 2011, they launched the first 4K projector for the home. Now, Sony has the broadest line it has ever fielded in home theater projection, with 4K models from affordable to the very high end.
Read on to learn more Sony’s 4K projectors, and see how easy it would be to bring incredible color, clarity, and detail of 4K technology to your home theater installation in the Morristown, NJ area.
Constant Communication Ensures your Theater is Built On-Time and On-Budget
TAGS: Custom Home Theater | Home Theater | Home Theater Design
In our most recent blog, we discussed how Bravo AV’s design process centers a team of professionals around your vision to develop a detailed plan of action.
Our three-part series resumes in this blog with our approach to the home theater installation phase of your project. Whether you live in Warren or beyond, our New Jersey-based team has over a decade of experience crafting custom home cinemas designed to your personal tastes.
When you partner with Bravo AV for your home theater needs, we’ll make sure your vision is accurately translated into a world class design and is built exactly to your design specifications.
How Our Team of Home Theater Specialists Makes You Our Top Priority
TAGS: Home Theater | Home Theater Company | Home Theater Design | Home Theater Specialist
In our last blog, we kicked off our three-part series examining why you should choose Bravo AV to build you the home theater you’ve been dreaming about for your house in Tewksbury or the Northern New Jersey area.
In this article, we continue our home theater installation blog series with how we at Bravo approach the design process in order to limit delays and cost overruns to ensure that the final product turns out exactly how you envisioned it.