Published at Saturday, February 09th, 2019 - 11:06:26 AM. Theatre Seating. By Florian Baschet.
There is a sweet spot in every home movie setup where the sound is perfect. The two most popular places to put seating are also the worst - the back of the room and the dead centre of the room - neither of these are good locations for sound quality. The best position will vary according to many factors including how many seats you will have, where your screen is positioned and where your speakers will be. You can get an expert to advise you if you need it or you can work it out with a little trial and error.
You can also opt for home theater seating that comes equipped with a bass shaker, which is a feature hidden at the back of the seat. With a bass shaker, the seat vibrates with the bass sound that comes from the movie adding to the realistic viewing experience. For instance, you would feel the rumble in the movie or some other action as if you are in the actual scene. Another popular feature of home theater seating is the wall-hugger feature, which lets the lounger recline fully just a couple of inches from the wall allowing home theater owners to save space. Other features to look out for when shopping for home theater seating are deep and wide seats, wide arm rests, foot rests, built-in cup holders, steel coil springs, foam padding, and even sports team logos included in the design. If you have kids at home, you can get them children-sized home theater seating.
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