What Can You Watch In Your Dedicated Home Theater?
Make Sure You Have Access to All of Your Favorite Entertainment
One of the most important aspects of any home theater design is figuring out what you want to watch. Imagine you've come up with the perfect style, screen, and acoustics only to find out you can't access your favorite movies, TV shows or pull up the Houston Texans game. You can avoid this by working with Refined Systems to decide what sources you should include in your theater. The best part is that you don't have to limit yourself due to space or stylistic limitations since all these components will remain hidden away in an AV closet.
Ultra HD Blu-ray Player
Your theater should incorporate the newest AV technology. Start with an Ultra HD player that not only lets you access all the latest 4K releases, but can also improve the video quality of your current HD Blu-rays and DVDs. We can keep the player hidden away in an AV closet and link it to your projector or television with HDMI 2.0 cables to ensure you get the best signal quality possible.
Cable Boxes/Satellite Dishes
Since most families focus on movies when designing a home theater, cable boxes and satellite dishes are often forgotten. This can be particularly bad for avid sports fans who miss out on enjoying the immersive game experience in their brand new theater. We make sure you get all the channels needed through your cable or satellite provider to keep up with the Texans, Astros, and Rockets year round.
We’re living in the cord cutter generation, which means you may not have a cable or satellite subscription at all. With the stellar shows and movies available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu, that might be all you need for your theater. There are a variety of ways to incorporate streaming services into your home theater design. You need to find AV receivers, media servers, or Blu-ray players that include wireless capabilities and streaming apps, so it's easy for you to find your favorite content.
While streaming access may be the biggest perk of a media server, there are a few other benefits. For one, you can upload your DVDs, Blu-rays, and digital libraries on to the server so that all your content is in one place. Many devices also let you download and watch movies from the server, so you don’t have to leave the comfort of your seat to enjoy a new movie.
How Will You Manage It All?
While space limitations may be one consideration, sometimes homeowners are reluctant to incorporate additional sources because they'll be a hassle to manage. Plus, each device comes with a different remote. You don’t want to have to deal with all that clutter when you’re just trying to relax after a long day.
The good news is that you can take advantage of one of our intuitive control solutions. Get quick access to all your sources from the device of your choice whether it’s a smart remote, touchpad, or mobile app.
Want to learn more about creating the ideal movie-watching experience in your home? You can contact us through our online form, by calling (281) 907-9260, or through our live chat service.