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Building a Home Theater - Part 1:Room and Component Placement
Posted by newsbot on March 25th 2010



The room should provide a comfortable environment but should also beable to control sound and light. Both direct and ambient light must becontrolled for optimum picture quality and the way sound reflects around theroom will greatly affect sound quality. The room dimensions willsignificantly impact bass sounds and various room treatments may be neededto help control sound reflections (rugs, acoustic ceiling tiles, book cases,sound absorber panels, bass traps, etc). The shape and size of the room,color of the walls, ceiling and floor, furniture, carpet, wall treatments,and lighting all become very important ingredients in a well-designed hometheater.

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