Ordinary people are now many who have their own media room (might include you) with HDTVs, surround sound and all the bells & whistles. You sure really want your media room has a comfort when you’re using this room.
You must set up your own media room, first choose the room with the least amount of lights; usually the basement which no longer is the domain of ping pong tables and dusty toolboxes. Place your TV away from any windows and place a 10-watt incandescent or fluorescent lignt behind the TV to reduce eyestrain. You also can make paint of the walls in a neutral color like gray.
Accessories in the media room is also very important. You must do the right thing in arranging furniture in it. There is now a distinc furniture category called “Media Room Furniture”. The chairs offer abundant choices in padding, motion and sizes. Most designs have double-feature comfort with soft materials that absorb the sound waves better thus giving you a better sound quality in the room.
For the Entertainment Center, avoid dust, poor ventilation and stacking up electronics on top of each other; this can block vents and reduce performance. Close cabinet doors when the system in not in use and look for furniture with adjustable shelves to make sure you have enough room to clean your different components without having to pull them out. If you live in place where it gets pretty hot in the summer, we recommend a small media fan that turns on automatically when temperatures rise.
Finally, have fun decorating your media room with a theme. You can add antique decoration like dolls, coins, computers or past presidents, have fun decorating with paintings, memorabilia, oe whatever to give the room its own personality.
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