No matter how much money you spend on a great TV or the best quality Blu Ray player, there will be far more to creating a perfect home theater than simply hanging a TV on the wall and putting on the latest film release. Instead, from considering 3D options to going all out and buying a projector to get the clearest and biggest possible picture in your home, there will be many ways to improve a home theater for the best.
If you love movies, then there is a good chance that you want to create the perfect environment in which to watch them. As such, the best TVs, DVDs, and Blu Rays are just one part of setting up a theatre, and from choosing the best audiophile cables to get the best possible sound quality to using blackout curtains to get that real cinema feel, there will be plenty of other extras that will vastly increase the potential of any home theater.
Furthermore, bigger is not always better. If you have a smaller room, a huge TV or projector screen may well be too much, and so always ensure you have the right size solution for your own home.
Most people also only think about picture when updating their home theater. However, there will also be many different audio cable types available to connect up your TV, and not only will you need the highest possible quality speakers to get a great sound, but you will also need to find the best cables to feed them. Many speakers and TVs will come with generic cables, so it is important to never underestimate the difference that updating such cables can make.
Once you have blackout curtains, and all the right hardware, you may also want to consider investing in better seating, as the more comfortable you are, the more enjoyable the experience will be.