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Oct122018

Podcast #865: Top Home Theater Design Mistakes

Sound & Vision author John Sciacca has spent the past 20 years in the custom installation industry, and has worked with at least a thousand clients during that time. A regular part of his job is consulting with clients on the design and installation of media rooms and home theaters. Sometimes the project is a new build (the best). Other times it involves repurposing a room or trying to fix and improve an existing room.

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Top Home Theater Design Mistakes

Top Home Theater Design Mistakes, Part One

"I've spent the past 20 years in the custom installation industry, and it would be no exaggeration to say I've worked with more than a thousand clients during that time. A regular part of my job is consulting with clients on the design and installation of media rooms and home theaters. (The difference between the two: a media room is a social, multi-use space, while a home theater is a purpose-designed room for watching movies.) Sometimes the project is a new build (the best). Other times it involves repurposing a room or trying to fix and improve an existing room."
1. Too Many Seats
2. Risers Too Low
3. Screen Wall Too Light

 

Top Home Theater Design Mistakes, Part Two

"As I mentioned in my last blog Top Design Mistakes, Part One, I've worked as a custom installer for the past 20 years, and a key part of my job is designing and installing media rooms and home theaters. (The difference between the two: a media room is typically an open, multi-use space, while a home theater is a dedicated room purpose-designed for watching movies.)"
1. Doing Too Much
2. Size Matters
3. Let There Be Light

 

 

 

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