Published at Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 - 07:18:51 AM. Theatre Seating. By Milo Nee.
One option for home theater seating is motorized loungers which allow effortless reclining to any position. This provides a lounger that is precise in its angle providing the finest in comfort. Loungers that are not motorized have a manual arm or a pushback that places them in reclined positions. If purchasing a group of seats together and choosing the motorized feature, all seats will have the motorized function. A second option is bass shakers. As the name suggests, bass shakers resonate with the coordinated bass sounds associated with the movie's soundtrack. The shaker is hidden in the back of the chair and is not visible. This offers an optimal movie viewing experience as the body and seat of the lounger shake as the drama unfolds on the big screen. Home theater loungers can be purchased in groups or separately. Mostly all loungers come with dual arm rests and dual cup holders.
Many people spend a lot of time choosing their stage equipment, but one thing that is often overlooked is home theatre seating. It gets forgotten about because people are more concerned about their amplifier, or DVD player or the positioning of their TV screen. Your seating for your home theatre is a vital part of the whole home cinema experience and can really add to, or detract from, the whole magical moment of watching that movie. So you need to make sure that you pick the right type of seating to ensure your comfort and your enjoyment of your very own theatre.
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