|Home Theaters Can Be Fun And Affordable|
|Written by NAPSI|
|Saturday, 13 November 2010 18:29|
(NAPSI) - More homeowners are now giving entertainment a room of its own—converting dens, guest rooms, garages and basements into home theaters.
What do you need? Here are a few tips on getting started:
• Decide where you can fit the home theater and come up with a game plan. Will the room serve a double purpose or be solely for entertainment?
• Make a list of what you need and research the latest entertainment systems. A true home theater should have a projector, a screen, a Blu-ray player, a speaker system, maybe a gaming console or a multimedia computer and other accessories. Decide where you want to sit, where the screen should be, and how you want to set up the room.
A great projector showing sharp images and true-to-life colors is important. An increasingly popular addition to many entertainment rooms is Mitsubishi’s portable HC4000 high-definition home theater projector.
The projector delivers a worry-free home theater experience. Setup is easy and the power switch and electric screen controls are linked for one-touch operation.
The high-brightness and long-life lamp has an estimated lifetime up to 5,000 hours when operating in low mode, which makes it an economical choice.
The Mitsubishi HC4000 projector is designed with sealed optics, making it resistant to dust, dirt and other microparticles, so problems typically associated with clogged filters, such as overheated lamps, are reduced.
Subdued scenes are easy to hear with the projector’s quiet engine that has an ultrahushed noise level. And at less than 8 pounds, the projector can be taken almost anywhere. With its built-in 1.5x zoom ratio lens, as well as a digital keystone correction, setup is easy and more flexible for various room configurations.
• Get comfy. Once you have the technology down, get a comfy recliner, couch and some chairs, a popcorn machine and a small fridge for cold drinks. To decorate, consider posters of your favorite films or sport teams. Now you’re ready for a big-screen theater experience right in your own home.
For more information, call (888) 307-0312 or visit www.mitsubishi-hometheater.com.