Posted October 27th, 2015 at 2:52 amNo Comments Yet
Whether you’re hoping to entertain guests or just upgrade your home electronics, there are many ways you can customize your media center. Here are just a few that are sure to make your den the life of the party.
1. Get Surround Sound
Surround sound is the only kind of sound you need. Just remember that the subwoofers are equally important as the speakers, so don’t focus on the latter at the expense of the former. The goal is to give yourself a true all-angles immersion experience that will make you feel like you’re right in the middle of a real concert when you play your music. If your eardrums don’t hurt with the volume on full blast, you aren’t doing it right!
2. Stream the Web to Your Television
Gone are the days when TV only played actual TV. In the 21st century, you can put your entire computer desktop on your television if you want to, and you can play around with streaming media just as confidently on the big screen as you can on your tablet. You might need a certain kind of television model, however, so make sure everything is compatible with your desires.
3. Compare and Contrast Cable Packages
What if your favorite shows aren’t online yet? You’ll need a good cable package to make sure you don’t miss an episode. Look for services like DIRECTV on demand that will meet all of your needs without breaking the bank, and don’t forget that many of these service packages are negotiable, meaning that you can order certain channels but toss others aside.
4. Dim the Lights
There’s nothing worse than a glare on the screen when you’re trying to watch something. On an even worse note, too much bright light can damage your eyesight. There’s only one thing to do: Equip your media center with blackout curtains and turn off all the lights and lamps so you can watch your movies like you’re in a real theater. You might also want to ban your friends from using their phones during the show, but that’s ultimately up to you.
These are just a few ways to customize your home entertainment system. That said, don’t be afraid to branch out from the ideas listed here. At the end of the day, the only thing that matters is your own pride in your media center, so upgrade, experiment and refurbish to your heart’s content.