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Tip 1 – Choose a suitable room for your home cinema
One of the first things to decide is the room you want to have the home cinema system installed in. You probably already have an idea, and it’s important to decide if it will it become a bespoke home cinema, offering a dedicated cinematic experience, with home cinema seating. Alternatively, if it will be more of a media room, where the room will have a dual purpose. Such as a living room in the day and a cinema at night. Both roots are fantastic, but it’s important to decide, as it’ll have a huge impact on the interior design and how the finished room will look and feel.
Self-contained rooms that have little natural light lend themselves better to becoming a dedicated home theatre. Rooms with an open plan and lots of natural light lend themselves to becoming a media room, where the room has a multi-purpose. A living room in the day and a cinema at night although electric blinds and curtains can take care of any light leakage.