Friday, March 16, 2012

Home Theater Systems Origin

Home Theater isn’t new. It began back in the 1920s and 1930s when Hollywood’s elite built screening rooms in their homes so they could view the films they had just produced, directed, or starred in.
Even though they were luxurious, early “home theaters” were complex and intimidating. The moguls who enjoyed them kept technicians on staff to run the noisy and cantankerous projectors of the day. Technology has come a long way. Today, home theater systems are far more convenient, far more accessible,and far more reliable. And, thanks to the efforts of literally thousands of engineers, designers, and installers, they’re far more capable, too.

A good home theater system will provide hours of enjoyment for you and your family as it literally immerses you in sights and sounds once available only at the very finest first-run movie houses. A home theater system can also help create just the right environment to enjoy your favorite movies by adjusting lighting, closing drapes, even turning on the popcorn machine! For the music lover, a home theater system will also reproduce your favorite recordings. Together with amplifiers these systems can do wonders.

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