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Updated on January , 2017. Copyright © 2017 KASUGA ENTERPRISES Vasai Maharashtra India.
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WHAT MAKES YOUR HOME THEATER A TOTAL EXPERIENCE Ask   most   people   and   they'll   mention   these   elements.   But   what   about   the   room   and   its acoustics?   After   all,   your   home   theater   started   with   the   room.   And   it's   here   that   you   are about   to   install   an   expensive   surround-sound   system.   Seasoned   audiophiles,   folks   who have    spent    handsomely    on    audio    gear    over    the    years,    will    tell    you    the    room    is everything—that   it's   actually   integral   to   the   system.   Their   advice?   Don't   make   room acoustics   an   afterthought.   Is   it   a   life-sized   HD   picture? A   booming   sound   system?   Plush seating?   Mood   lighting?   Every   theater   space   has   unique   acoustical   challenges   and every home theater owner has his or her own personal style. KASUGA   ENTERPRISES    understands   these   realities   and   offers   customization   in   all   of home    theater    products    and    designs.    KASUGA     designers    start    by    addressing    every aspect   of   your   room’s   acoustics:   •   Reflection   •   Diffusion   •   Absorption   •   Reverberation acoustical   solutions   are   engineered   to   control   all   aspects   of   your   room’s   acoustics   so your theater sounds outstanding no matter what you’re watching. HOME THEATER FEATURES OVERLOOKED Acoustics.    The   way   a   home   theater   sounds   is   dependent   on   a   lot   more   than   just   the speakers   and   amplifiers   you   bought.   Sound   comes   in   waves,   and   like   the   ocean, those    waves    keep    moving,    bouncing    around    and    off    things    until    they’ve    worn themselves   out,   and   are   dispersed   or   are   absorbed   by   a   something   else   (such   as an   island).   Without   addressing   the   acoustic   reflective,   dispersive   and   absorptive properties       of       your       room       (including       the       walls,       ceiling,       floor       and furniture/accessories) your home theater is only half done. Bass   and/or   LFE.    Sub-woofers   aren’t   simply   the   bass   speaker   (bass   can   come   from all   your   speakers)   and   all   bass   isn’t   the   same   thing   as   LFE   (low   frequency   effect). Those   issues   get   mixed   up   a   lot.   Bass,   subwoofer   use   and   LFE   can   be   confusing, but    proper    implementation    can    mean    the    difference    between    a    ho-hum    home theater and a system everyone you know is jealous of. Noise.    Have   you   ever   been   in   a   completely   silent   place?   Probably   not.   Even   if   you plug   your   ears   up   from   all   outside   noise   you’ll   still   hear   your   heart   beating   and   your stomach   churning   over   your   breakfast   burrito.   Your   home   theater   is   unlikely   to   be silent   either. Your   projector,   receiver,   Blu-ray   player,   HVAC   system,   media   servers… all   make   noise.   However   you   shouldn’t   have   to   sit   back   and   just   accept   it.   Try   to design   your   theater   from   the   start   so   that   noise-emitting   products   are   in   cabinets   or in   a   separate   room.   If   the   noise   is   coming   from   outside   your   theater   room,   try improving the insulation, and seal up any air gaps, especially around doors. Calibration.    Just   because   the   speakers   are   plugged   in   and   the   projector   is   pointed in   the   right   direction,   the   job   isn’t   done.   Both   the   video   and   audio   needs   to   be calibrated.   This   ensures   both   that   the   products   are   properly   set   up   to   perform   well, and   that   they   perform   well   in   the   unique   space   that   is   your   room.   Your   screen, source   components,   throw-distance   and   wall   color   will   all   impact   the   picture,   so don’t   assume   that   the   settings   that   work   in   one   person’s   room   are   going   to   work   in your room. The same goes for audio. Home Theater Consultant, Kasuga Ravi Rele Mumbai