Upgrade Your Home Theater with a new TV Installation
If you were ahead of the curve and completed your home theater installation several years ago, when most of us had never heard of or considered the prospect, it might be time for an upgrade. Technology has been changing rapidly and you will likely find that some of the equipment involved in your original TV installation is obsolete.
One upgrade recently completed by a group of home theater installation professionals included an audio upgrade, moving it from a 5.1 to a 7.2 audio system, greatly improving the sound quality of the entire theater. The original TV installation had included a 90-inch flat screen television; this upgrade included a change to a 115-inch deluxe wall television, giving the viewers a larger, and better quality picture, while saving space in the room overall.
The upgraded home theater installation required a 42-shelf equipment rack, while the original system had only required a 30-shelf rack. The home theater installation professional solved this problem by cutting into the wall and installing new shelves to accommodate the new TV installation. He then covered the rack with a smoked glass door to prevent the system’s LED lights from interrupting the viewing pleasure of the homeowners and their guests.
Another timely upgrade involved removing the wall panels, which had once been state-of-the-art. The new home theater installation gave the owner total control at the touch of a fingertip with a T4 touch panel, a conveniently modern amenity that probably was not available when the system was first installed.