Enjoy Football Season with a Home Theater Upgrade
Nothing Beats Watching the Game on a Quality Home Theater System
With the 2017 football season right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to evaluate whether your home media setup allows you to enjoy game day to its fullest. Whether you want to add a home theater system to a dedicated private cinema, an outdoor theater, or a multi-purpose media room in your Tampa, Florida home, there’s no denying that a high-quality projector combined with surround sound speakers is the next best thing to sitting in the bleachers. Below, we cover the most popular devices and setups for football aficionados.
If you’re not watching football in 4K Ultra HD, you’re missing out. It seriously makes a difference in visual quality – you can see each play in crystal-clear resolution. In a previous blog, we talked about how getting true ultra HD requires more than just a 4K screen – you need the right cables and network to achieve full performance.
But the next big question is what kind of screen you want. Here are three popular options for watching sports:
- Traditional Projector and Screen: There’s a reason why “projector and screen” is the go-to setup for home theater systems. You can easily fill an entire wall without compromising on visual quality.
- Large Screen TV: These days, you can get a TVs that are just as large and deliver as good of performance as a projector and screen setup. If you’re going for more of a media room vibe, this could be a good option.
- Multi-Screen Display: What happens when there are multiple games going on at once? With a multi-screen display, you could choose different channels or streaming services to show in each area, creating the same great environment you’d find in a sports bar. When you want to focus on one team in particular, you can select that option and have all of the displays form one giant image.
Watching the big game is already an immersive experience, but you can heighten that feeling of comradery and involvement with surround sound speakers. These speakers work by separating out individual sounds and directing them to certain speakers. For example, if a ref on the far right side of the screen is speaking, that audio will come out of the far right speaker. When all of the audio signals combine, it creates the sense that you’re right in the middle of the action.
When it comes to surround sound speakers, there is no better option than Dolby Atmos – it’s the residential version of the same setup you’d find in a commercial theater. Our team can set up the surround sound speakers to give you full performance without being a distraction in the room.
If you’d like a better home theater system in time for football season, give us a call at (727) 441-9292 or fill out this quick questionnaire. We’ll walk you through the best options for your home.