What determines a high end product line? An innovative and streamlined look, a price that few can call affordable, or effective technology that surpasses the consumer’s expectations? When investing in high end home theater systems, it is crucial to investigate your motive, your ability to make the payments, and your overall satisfaction and buying experience.

There are the components of high end theater systems which may include: rear projection televisions, high definition plasma displays, home theater front projectors, amplifiers, per-amp/processors, receivers, home theater speakers and speaker systems, subwoofers, CD/DVD players/burners, high-end interconnects and accessories. Accessory components included in more larger projects are adequate seating, if 3D screens are being employed then the availability of 3D glasses, ambient room lighting versus a totally dark room and carpeting. Will you opt for wireless components? Will you have a few standard remotes or a universal remote?

But is that everything? Of course not, this is not an all inclusive list. If you really are interested in keeping up appearances with the neighbors, here are some descriptions of home theaters that have been recognized as Best High End Theaters of 2011 by CE Pro.

The Casablanca Home Theater was designed to reflect the adventurous gambler theme of Hotel Casablanca, the venue for many of the feature film’s scenes. With leopard printed carpeting, extreme buttresses, and black leather seating, the room itself commands attention. With over a $250,000 investment in technology, deftly powered by one touch.

The Mega 3D Theater as per the client’s request, has the largest screen possible. 15-foot 2.35:1 Cine-V Stewart Film-screen is paired with a DPI Titan Reference 1080p 3D Projector. Vertical masking also incorporates into this humungous screen for those 16:9 projections as well.

The Ice Palace Cinema located in the basement of a large three story residence in Western Canada, was commissioned for and completely assembled off site, and later on installed in one installation cycle. The client was specific in wanting a “glitzy” palace feel complete with muted gold leaf adornments and deep wood tones.

Syrupy Sweet Home Theater has an AMX control system coupled with Vantage lighting control to add convenience and dramatic lighting scene changes. The theater entrance is unique as well, with an automatic sliding door, controlled by the lighting and automation systems, which is something right out of a science fiction program.

Basically, you get what you pay for. And if you have a vision and the right installation team to convert a portion of your residence into a high end home theater, then by all means take on the challenge. Your dream theater may be featured as the Best High End Theater of the near future. At any rate budget wisely, design and redesign both creatively and with space limitations in mind, and have fun planning your install. High end home theater systems are a luxury that should not be overlooked.

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