How to Create the Perfect Backyard Movie Theater

Home theater is a complete audio and video playback system, including signal source, audio playback, and video display. It involves many aspects such as the use environment, system composition, matching, connection, and control. They must be organically integrated to form a harmonious whole, and sometimes coincide with people's aesthetic vision, living habits, and even indoor environment.
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Determine the space used
1. Use space
As the name implies, a home theater is a theater system used at home, so it must have a place to place it, whether it is a living room, bedroom, study, or a special audio-visual room. Different environments have different requirements for equipment. The audio and video effects created by open and closed spaces are completely different. This is the first thing to consider.

If the audio-visual system is set up in a public activity area, such as a living room, a stylish, simple system should be appropriate, and coordination with the environment should be considered. In a separate space, such as a specially planned audio-visual room, you can make the most of it, and it is better to have a fever-grade combination. If the shading is good, consider a large-screen projector. It is best not to use a professional or business projector with a 4: 3 screen ratio. Instead, use a 16: 9 home video projector. It should be noted that, in a brighter environment without special light protection, it is not suitable to choose a projector as a video playback device, and a large-sized TV is more suitable. A 16: 9 screen with a size of 32 inches or more is the most basic requirement. When the environment allows it, a large-sized TV can create a good theater effect.

2. Area size
It is best not to use large speakers in small rooms and small LCD TVs in large rooms. This is the basic common sense of matching equipment.

Generally speaking, projectors can be used in enclosed spaces over 18 square meters. The audio-visual room above 50 square meters will have to spend a lot of money to purchase equipment and have good acoustic treatment. Of course, the effect is difficult to achieve in small rooms. However, there is absolutely nothing. If you choose equipment carefully and adjust the characteristics of the room, you can play good results even with only 10 square meters of space.