July 07, 2014 by Lisa Montgomery
A home theater can be like a blank canvas. With creativity, ingenuity, solid A/V products, knowledgeable designer and installers and, of course, the appropriate budget, you can create a special place to relax, unwind and enjoy a good movie with your family and friends. In the following slideshows, you’ll see an amazing assortment of home theaters, from simple, basic and affordable, to pie-in-the-sky showpieces with all the bells and whistles.
The owners and professional installers/designers of the featured theaters weren’t afraid to incorporate unique features and cutting-edge technology. You’ll see theaters where sensational lighting effects provide an exciting prelude to movie time, and theaters packed with enough speakers and subwoofers to rock the neighborhood … had they not been purposely constructed to prevent all that sensational audio from leaking out.
And what would a theater be without a big screen on which to present larger-than-life images? The screens in these theaters accommodate a wide variety of content: Cinemascope, 3D, 4K and everything in between. The images pop when the lights go down, which in most cases is accomplished right from the couch with a quick button tap on a remote control, touchpanel, smartphone or tablet.
Here are some of the excellent entries in this year’s Electronic House home of the year competition.
You can visit all of our Home of the Year winners here.
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Lisa Montgomery has been writing about home technology for 15 years, with a focus on the impact of electronics on a modern lifestyle.
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