Home theaters have become more prevalent in the past several years, especially as commercial theaters in Mission Hills, KS and around the country have closed to the public. While a high-quality entertainment system is essential to any luxury home, bulky audio-video equipment can detract from the interior design of any space. This is where partnering with a professional comes in: They can carefully hide your gear for a discreet setup that offers stellar performance. Read on to discover how a home theater designer can conceal your audio system.
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Bulky audio equipment can ruin the interior design of any space. You want your home theater to have the best speakers available, but it is also crucial that your cinema appears luxurious and well designed. Hidden speakers bring the best of form and function, allowing you to enjoy high-quality sound without cluttering your space with speakers and wires. JBL Synthesis’ Conceal speaker line achieves this beautifully. The Conceal C82W invisible subwoofer adds bottom-end sound to any system, and the Conceal C62, C83, and C86 loudspeakers quickly disappear into your home. An integrator will work with you to carefully place each speaker for an ideal experience.
In-wall speakers provide immersive surround sound without cluttering your space. An integrator will cleanly run wire behind your walls and install speakers flush with your surfaces so that they blend in seamlessly with your home. They can even paint them or plaster over them in the same material and color as your wall. There will be no standout edge or grill, so you will be unable to tell a speaker has been installed without carefully looking, and you won't have to sacrifice sound quality.
In-ceiling speakers blend in even better than in-wall speakers because people rarely look above them. They project the sound down on the listener and resemble small, circular grilles painted or finished over in the same material as your ceiling surface. Ceiling speakers are a perfect addition to home theater surround sound systems for an even more immersive soundscape. Reduce tech clutter and wires while still filling your home with high-quality sound.
If the structure of your home theater makes it impossible to embed your speakers in your walls or ceiling, you can look into acoustically transparent audio fabric as a way to better conceal your speakers without compromising quality. You can also integrate your speakers in a dedicated media cabinet, which conceals your speakers without affecting audio performance. If you have a dedicated home theater room, you can craft false walls to hide your speakers, creating the illusion that your sound is coming seemingly from nowhere.
Enjoy top-quality sound for all your movies and music without sacrificing your interiors. The home theater designers at Applause Custom Sight & Sound can help! For a free consultation, please contact us at (913) 498-1183, use the live chat box below, or fill out our contact form. We would love to hear from you!
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