By Milo Nee. Theatre Seating. Published at Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 - 07:36:20 AM.
If you are interested in setting up a home theater system, don't overlook the comfort of the seating! This is a mistake that is made by many home theater owners. Many people are completely consumed with the gear that makes up their entertainment program like the latest projection or screen, surround sound speakers as well as other cutting edge audio and visual gear. They get the best possible setups in terms of technology, only to soon realize that they're not even comfortable within the confines of the dream room that they created. I'm sure you can imagine how frustrating that might be.
Most people leave buying home theatre seating for last, as they prefer to focus on setting the right movie watching equipment. Still, the seating is usually as important as the sound and picture quality. The best way to ensure that you have selected the right pieces of furniture is to read a detailed home theatre seating review first. There are a number of important factors to focus your attention on, when reading the review. The home theatre seating review should talk in depth about the size and design of the respective model. Look for comparisons and personal opinions rather than for straightforward numbers. For instance, a large piece of furniture can be comfy, but it may not be able to go through a standard door. The same is applicable to design as well. Does the piece of furniture have a high back or not? How large are the arm rests? Is there a chaise style footrest? Is the seat reclining? Are there any additional features, such as special places for cups?
Apart from answering all these questions, the review should asses each feature on its own merits. You should be able to find out how comfortable the seat and back are and how the other features add to the comfort. The home theatre seating review should also assess the functionality of each of the design features. If the evaluation is done professionally, it should talk about the construction of the piece of furniture. It should give details on suspension as well as on the different elements of the seat and back construction. The assessment should also talk about the material the model is made from. Do not miss to take into account specifics like the type of wood the structure is made from. For instance, despite the common misconception, pine is a relatively soft wood that is more likely to incur damage and to crack and break.
Luckily, in recent years, there has been a revolution in theatre seating design, which is sweeping across theatres in Europe and North America. These suppliers have begun to realise that by creating seats that appeal to theatre goers as well as theatre owners, theatres will be able to draw people back again and again for ordinary shows and special occasions. Long gone are the days when audience members were expected to sit on cold, hard, wooden benches or even stand during performances. The seating now supplied by theatre seating suppliers is padded and comfortable, so that viewers can happily sit for 3 or more hours whilst they are enjoying the show. The seating provided by theatre seating suppliers is also aesthetically pleasing, so that it will fit in with the beautiful décor that is seen inside most theatres.
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