Published at Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 - 07:19:24 AM. Theatre Seating. By Milo Nee.
Firstly you have to consider the size of the room you are housing your theatre in. Seats that are too big will look out of place, absorb too much sound and not fit nicely in to the room. Remember that your seating will absorb the sound and so you need to consider the placement of your speakers as well as the placement of your seats. You want to make sure that your seats are comfortable enough for you to sit through a movie or two. The last thing you want is at the climax of the movie is to be fidgeting and trying to get comfortable. Try out different types of seating for your home cinema and find some that you like and find comfortable. You should probably take your partner or significant other along as well and get them to try the seating, particularly if they are going to be sitting in it too.
Many people have installed reclining theatre seats in these rooms so they can kick back in comfort and watch the program with their friends. Of course the in-home theatre seats are a lot fancier and have a lot more features than the ones you will see at the Cineplex. Theatre seats that are designed for commercial use in public establishments do not recline. They often have folding seats but they do not come with a place for you to prop your feet up. The movie houses should consider a row of these reclining seats. They could charge more for them and they would find that a lot of people would be willing to pay the extra price.
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