Published at Saturday, February 09th, 2019 - 11:14:13 AM. Theatre Seating. By Valentin Chabert.
Theater seating suppliers now produce big heavily padded and comfortable seats, in which patrons can enjoy sitting for extended periods. Sitting in hard uncomfortable seats through movies such as Cleopatra, which was perhaps the longest and most expensive film on record may be unfathomable. The movie produced in 1963 was over four hours long, and although it was the highest grossing movie of the year, the quality of the audio and video may be considered as inferior when compared to current standards, as there no high-definition in those days. The seating in the theaters, is now not only comfortable, it must also look attractive, as it makes a contribution to the décor and ambiance of the entertaining experience. Theater seating suppliers also pay closer attention to the overall acoustics of the theater, with a careful choice of materials with minimal sound absorbing characteristics. The companies that are involved with installations, are now taking the design and seating arrangement in account to ensure that audio-signaling is not negatively impacted. Theater goers can now enjoy wider, more comfortable seating with extended leg room, and room to easily move in and out of seats, without disturbing neighboring patrons.
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.
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