Have a Night Out at Home
Just imagine what it would be like to walk into your own Home Cinema, pick up the controller, select a film from the controller screen and press SELECT….The window curtains close, the screen curtains draw back, the lights dim and the projector comes to life, showing you the Intro while the sound system plays leads you into the film.
This is the life.
The Martin Systems Home Automation provides a complete home theater design and installation service for the ultimate home cinema experience. We can build this anywhere, whether in a living room, a dedicated room, new attic space or basement. The home cinema design will take all of this into consideration.
Home Theater Projector and Screen
The Projector and its Screen have to be able to produce an image which provides the required immersion effect for the audience. The image has to be a certain quality and big enough so that the film content becomes the most important thing in the room. Not all projectors are suitable for watching films, some are designed for presentations and do not have the speed of response required for a home cinema projector.
The media player can be a DVD or Blu-ray player or a media server with home video or ripped media. You can also watch TV/Movies from Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu and other internet services.
Captivating Surround Sound
The surround sound amplifier and speakers have to reproduce the sound precisely and make the most of the digital audio. First-rate amplifiers provide a microphone for the setup of the amplifier at first use, so that unnecessary echoes and dead spots are cancelled out. Last but not least, speakers must also blend in with the decor and be visually appealing.
Complete Home Theater Control
The Home Theater controller provides a simple means of controlling the home theater equipment without having to use 3 or 6 remotes. This can be achieved by using a single remote control or with a touch screen.
The home automation system can provide information about what is happening outside the cinema room to those inside the cinema room, which provides useful security information, enhancing the safety of the audience.