You spent a lot of money and time setting up your new home theater system, but something just doesn’t seem right. Did you make any mistakes? Check out these list of common mistakes many of us make when trying to put together a home theatre environment.
1.Buying the Wrong Size Television
Everyone wants a big TV, and with the average screen size purchased by consumers now 55-inches, a lot of larger screen sets are finding places in many households. However, an excessively large TV is not always best for a particular size room or viewing distance.
2. The Room Has Windows and/Or Other Light Issues
Room lighting has a definite effect on the TV and video projector viewing experience.
3. Buying The Wrong Speakers
Some spend a small fortune on audio/video components but don’t give enough thought to the quality of the loudspeakers and subwoofer. This doesn’t mean you have to spend thousands for a modest system, but you should consider speakers that can do the job.
by Robert Silva
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