How a Home Theater Installer Can Enhance Your Seating


Ensure you stay comfortable with luxury seating from Salamander and CinemaTech

When you think of a home theater, the first thing that comes to mind is probably the display and sound system. Equally important, however, is the seating that you will be spending long periods of time in. After all, how can you enjoy a marathon if you are uncomfortable or don’t have proper support? Seating can even be customized to match the aesthetics of your interior design. Discover why our experienced home theater installers use Salamander and CinemaTech seating for our projects in Mission Hills, KS.



Salamander seating provides unmatched comfort and customization, with long-lasting and strategic head, leg, lumbar, and foot support. Whether you prefer an upright or reclined position, their seating prevents you from having to strain your neck or eyes to view your display. Customize your seating with different fabrics, colors, materials, and designs. Create seating that perfectly matches your home theater design and décor for a personalized experience that makes your theater feel like your own.

CinemaTech is another fantastic choice for your home theater seating. Choose between quality leathers, suedes, cashmere, and wools—all with a variety of colors that blend with the aesthetic of your space. Seats include USB ports and the choice between silver, bronze, or black cupholders. Between the sleek Estrella design, the cool Sonoma, the modern Valentino, and the 1920s-style classic Paramount seating, there is a solution that is perfect for your space. For a completely customized experience, the CinemaTech Design Service Program guides you through every step of the seating design process to bring your vision to life. They help you choose the proper riser depth, height, and location for viewing, ensuring that the sightlines and viewing angles are optimal.


It is important to pick your seating before you choose a display. The room size will determine how much space there is for seating and where your seats should go. From there, you can select the optimal screen size. All viewers’ eye levels should ideally be within 15 degrees of the center of the screen.

You can further your custom seating design by deciding how your seats will be arranged or configured. If you have a smaller space or are not expecting large groups, a single loveseat or straight modular configuration might be a good setup. If you are expecting larger groups, consider longer sectionals, loveseats, and modular straights with multiple seats to accommodate everyone. Modular wedge seating, made of two or more seats and bends to create a semi-circle, can be used in smaller spaces that expect to sit large groups.

Salamander seating comes in many configurations, including single loveseat, modular straight, modular wedge, and sectional options. Cinematech offers incliners for single seats, as well as lounge and chaise seating for those who want to sit with their families. Their motorized sectional seating is a fantastic option to bring the family together in a media room or flex use space.


Salamander seating is built to withstand wear and tear, using high-end components like premium-grade leather, multi-layer foam cushioning, and strong framework materials that provide comfortable support that far exceeds the seating at your local commercial theater.

CinemaTech also creates furniture that can last for years without wear. For example, their seating is known for its durable and intricately-crafted design, such as the ACT 1 leather material that takes 13 to 15 weeks to be handsewn with double-needle stitching by German artisans with an average of 15 years of experience.

Contact Applause Custom Sight & Sound today to learn more about our custom home theater system design and installation services! We can deliver everything you need to enjoy the perfect cinematic experience at home. We look forward to hearing from you.



Stay Informed

When you subscribe to the blog, we will send you an e-mail when there are new updates on the site so you wouldn't miss them.

What Is the Difference Between Motorized Blinds, S...
Prepare for The Holidays with A ClareVision Home S...

Related Posts