Home Cinema Rooms
There are two main factors to consider in the acoustic treatment of home cinema rooms:
This involves isolating the sound system in the home cinema from the rest of the house or potentially nearby neighbours and visa versa. For example, you may want to enjoy a late night movie at a sound level that makes you feel like you're in the thick of the action but someone else in the house is trying to sleep. If the soundproofing is not done at all or not done properly, you'll have a grumpy family member or even worse a grumpy neighbour knocking on your door telling you to switch it down - major kill joy. I think we can all agree that this scenario is best avoided and with our specialist advice and services it certainly can be.
When we soundproof rooms we consider all the structural elements i.e. floors, walls, windows, doors, ceilings and then take the necessary design steps to prevent or remedy the problem. Don't listen to your best friend, uncle or cousin twice removed - it's more comploicated than sticking egg crates onto your wall and that look probably isn't what you had in mind to compliment your beautiful new large screen TV anyway.
✪ Acoustic treatment within the room
The last thing you want is to go to the trouble of getting the sound system & TV of your dreams, only to have the experience ruined by poor room acoustics. Regardless of what you may have been told, you can never overcome bad room acoustics with a bigger or more expensive sound system. The room acoustics are fundamental to the success and enjoyment of the room. A room that has been properly treated acoustically will make your sound system sound as good as brands that cost twice as much.
Because there are so many variables, we approach each home cimema job on the basis of it's own merits and invite you to get in touch with us to start the discussion.
Terry - Cape Town
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