In the end, manufacturers of low running stereo cassette players, turntables, radio tuners and amplifiers, all in a plastic box, real music lovers to promote the superiority of the subsystems. The size, design and all the elements in the room affects the sound of your home theater system. The paint on the walls, furniture, windows and everything that affects the acoustics of the room. If you want the best sound fidelity and experience, you should know how acoustical panels can improve their home theater experience.
A modern house, with its high ceilings and hard surfaces, provide a lower noise environment. There are also entities such as waves, sound distortions that exist, such as invisible images that turn the theater space due to the specific characteristics of the room size, makeup and interior reflective surfaces. Soundproofing ensures that the sound of the room does not escape, and outside noise is not the way in. However, some of the basic sound stages are part of the design of the first home theater room. This can help you from the beginning in what amounts to the challenge of building a space in a room is insulated and sound controlled home theater room.
A room full of hard surfaces, reflection is a full echo, a little noise, in contrast to the monotony of the surfaces that are soft and absorbent. Consider a room with the entire surface of processed wood, ceramic tile, concrete, plaster ceilings and walls. Any increase in volume (decibels) offers additional reverb and echo. It is clear that optimal performance requires that the home theater design equilibrium surfaces in the room, and this means that the addition of sound absorption. You could use upholstered furniture, acoustical panels, installation and sound card to achieve independent and carpets. Overall a nice home theater sound from a combination of surfaces, positions, absorption and reflection.
These general rules will help, but every room and a good system is a unique combination of different elements. • Acoustic wall and / or curtains for the front speakers also help.
• Upholstery (sofas, cushions) contributions to echo absorption.
• Normally, the roof of a hard surface so you can bring the sound back and forth and spread the surround signals around the room.
• The average home theater design at least 35% of the total absorption area (floors, walls and ceiling of the area), and most absorbent surfaces on the front of the theater.
• The back of the room with more reflective surfaces, sound propagates better (again, the surround sound signals, in particular) of the rear speakers.
You will have to experiment and try positioning your furniture in different parts of the room.
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