No Home Theater Installation Project is Complete without Noise Absorbing Panels
There are several key components to a successful home theater installation project. Of course, these include the television, the speakers, the controls, and perhaps lights and window treatments. However, another very important part of the TV installation process is the sound absorbent panels that must be included in order to maximize the sound for your optimal enjoyment. It makes no sense to go to the trouble and the expense of a home theater installation without taking steps to eliminate echoes and tinny background noises from the overall sound of your system.
These panels come in several forms, and your home theater installation consultant can make recommendations according to your particular situation. Decorative sound absorbing panels can be hung on the wall like framed art, at intervals for an attractive pattern. Choose the color or colors that work best for your home; sometimes your home theater installation professionals will even help you hang them, given that they are part of the TV installation process.
If your home theater installation is being completed in a room that is already decorated or that is being used for other purposes as well, you may want to consider portable room dividers or privacy screens, made with sound absorbent materials. Set them up when you need them, and then fold them and stash them away when they are not in use. These screens fold flat and are easily stored. You will be amazed at the difference these noise absorbing panels make in the overall sound quality of your home theater installation results.