Whether you call it home theater or home cinema, it is a popular home entertainment option around the world, but what exactly is it? Home theater is a home entertainment option that provides the consumer with an exciting viewing and listening experience. Home theater refers to a setup of audio and video equipment in your home that tries to duplicate the movie theater experience.
However, there is a lot of hype and confusion as to what you really need to enjoy home theater. The following tips will help cut through the hype and misconceptions.
Home Theater Doesn’t Have to be Expensive
Home Theater has taken on a significant role in our home entertainment landscape, but when times get tough it is perceived that a home theater system is a luxury that may no longer be affordable.
On the other hand, when you consider the cost of taking the family out to dinner and a night at the movies, buying a home theater system may be just the right, affordable, family entertainment solution during economic doldrums. Here are additional references that provide guidance on how you can put together a home theater system on your financial terms.
An LED TV Is Not a Different Type of TV
There has been a lot of hype and confusion surrounding the introduction of “LED” Televisions. Even many marketing reps and sales pros that should know better are falsely explaining what an LED TV is to their customers. To set the record straight, the LED designation refers to the LCD TV’s backlight system, not the chips that produce the image content. LED TVs are still LCD TVs. It is just that they use LED backlights rather than the fluorescent-type backlights use in older LCD TVs.
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