Is Your Home Theater Ready for the Holidays?
Find Out the Upgrades You Need for the Ultimate Experience
The Dallas weather may be just turning cooler, but before you know it the holidays will be here. That means preparing meals, decorating your home, and entertaining your family. The good news is that home automation can help with all of them!
And one of the best places to get the most out of your family entertainment is in a custom home theater. You can watch movies the way they were meant to be seen, in a room designed to fit your needs.
Of course, every home theater is different, and building one that works for you goes beyond simply finding the biggest screen or the brightest projector. What will take your home theater to the next level this holiday season? This blog will explain.
Just keep reading for more.
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4K and More
You’ve probably heard of 4K by now. As one of the sharpest image resolutions available for your home, it’s completely changed the way we see our favorite movies, shows, and sports.
Also known as Ultra HD, 4K offers four times the image quality of 1080p HD. Since its adoption by major projector manufacturers it’s been revolutionizing home theaters across Texas. But it’s not just limited to a sharper image. The upgraded resolution usually comes with a whole host of interested and exciting features.
For instance, high-dynamic range helps images look more realistic. By widening the gamut between the brightest white and the deepest black, HDR offers thousands more visible gradients of color than standard contrast and brightness controls. Combined with 4K, it appears as though you’re looking through a window.
Of course, because 4K and its accompanying technologies are so powerful, it’s easy to forget that they require much more powerful connections.
To achieve full 4K, every part of your chain has to be capable of it. That means from your media server to your display, each device must be able to handle the signal every step of the way.
However, one aspect that many homeowners over look is the cabling. Standard HDMI cables won’t transfer the signal. In fact, if your cabling doesn’t have the appropriate wiring, you could end up missing out on full resolution or not see any signal at all.
Want to get the most out of your home theater? These are just a few of the upgrades you can enjoy.
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