Family watching a movie at home

Whether you're a TV binge watcher, a sports fan, a movie buff, or a little bit of it all there's nothing quite like a professionally installed A/V system in your own home. With the right setup, you can turn any room in your home into the ultimate home A/V space. 

The Screen

Home Theater with red walls and leather recliners
When it comes to choosing your video display in your home theater we recommend you go big: a minimum 50 inch screen (measured diagonally across the screen) for your flat panel or projector screen. But of course you can choose whatever flat panel or projector screen you'd like and we have a variety of size options to fit your space. High definition displays are an obvious place to start and you may even want to look into the possibilities of new 4K TV technology. There are many options that can get you the sharp display and robust functionality that your home theater setup requires and our home entertainment installation experts can help guide you to get the best products for your taste and budget.

The Sound

Home Theater with Surround Sound and White Couches
Surround sound starts with at least 5 speakers that --you guessed it!-- surround the room. Adding surround sound to your home entertainment space allows you to pick out those detailed background sounds that make you feel like you're right there in the movie, show, or sporting event. In order to control your surround sound, and your video for that matter, you will need a receiver, or a controller with an amplifier.  From there you'll want to make sure you have a receiver that has multiple HDMI inputs and all of the functionality and connections you need to enjoy your content.

The Content

Roku Sample Screen
Just Stream it: You can use devices such as Roku, Apple TV, and many more that offer a seamless and simple way to access services like Netflix, iTunes, Hulu, Pandora, HBO Go, and more of your favorite movie, music, and TV streaming services. 

Blue-ray and Beyond: Blu-ray offers some of the highest quality video around and some can even offer a 3D experience or work with 4K TVs.  Many Blu-ray players also offer some built in streaming services capability and play CDs and DVDs as well. 

 Have more questions? Contact our Home Division.