Modern Home Theater Design Concepts : One of the most overlooked features of a quality home theater design, the dimensions of the room. The size and shape of a home theater room can significantly affect the quality of your home theater system. The dimensions of your room will determine how the sound will interact with the interior walls, especially the low frequencies (bass) sound.
The ideal shape for a rectangular room. However, if possible, stay away from the premises where the length and width are multiples of the height. For example, if the amount of your Home Theatre is 8 ‘, the length and width can not be 16′ x 24 ‘(both multiples of 8′). Try changing at least one dimension of one meter or so. A square shaped room is the least acoustic-friendly form that you can have.
If you have invested a significant amount of money in your A / V system, the weakest link in your home theater is usually the inherent acoustics of the room. Almost every space requires a kind of acoustic improvements. In most cases, you’re more than 3 ‘from your main speakers. If they do, most of the sound comes to you indirectly, bounced to you from the various walls in your room, rather than directly from the primary speaker. Therefore, the damping chamber exaggerate some sounds and other sounds.
Your investment in your home theater system to maximize, you must determine how the sound waves bounce around your room. This can be achieved by strategically hanging acoustic panels in the theater. Most of the time, use absorbent acoustical panels. These panels help absorb the sound waves, basically stop them before they bounce off several walls ears. If your home theater design a great deal of room to fall in panels require, then you should consider installing acoustic panels diffuse. These panels contain an uneven surface (hidden by acoustical materials), which help spread the sound wave so that they do not bounce all over the room, but they keep the sound alive and living room.