Updated on January , 2017. Copyright © 2017 KASUGA ENTERPRISES Vasai Maharashtra India. WHAT MAKES YOUR HOME THEATER A TOTAL EXPERIENCE Ask most people and they'll mention these elements. But what about the room and its  acoustics? After all, your home theater started with the room. And it's here that you are  about to install an expensive surround-sound system. Seasoned audiophiles, folks who  have spent handsomely on audio gear over the years, will tell you the room is  everything—that it's actually integral to the system. Their advice? Don't make room  acoustics an afterthought. Is it a life-sized HD picture? A booming sound system? Plush  seating? Mood lighting? Every theater space has unique acoustical challenges and  every home theater owner has his or her own personal style.  KASUGA ENTERPRISES understands these realities and offers customization in all of  home theater products and designs. KASUGA designers start by addressing every  aspect of your room’s acoustics: • Reflection • Diffusion • Absorption • Reverberation  acoustical solutions are engineered to control all aspects of your room’s acoustics so  your theater sounds outstanding no matter what you’re watching.   HOME THEATER FEATURES OVERLOOKED Acoustics. The way a home theater sounds is dependent on a lot more than just the  speakers and amplifiers you bought. Sound comes in waves, and like the ocean,  those waves keep moving, bouncing around and off things until they’ve worn  themselves out, and are dispersed or are absorbed by a something else (such as  an island). Without addressing the acoustic reflective, dispersive and absorptive  properties of your room (including the walls, ceiling, floor and  furniture/accessories) your home theater is only half done.  Bass and/or LFE. Sub-woofers aren’t simply the bass speaker (bass can come from  all your speakers) and all bass isn’t the same thing as LFE (low frequency effect).  Those issues get mixed up a lot. Bass, subwoofer use and LFE can be confusing,  but proper implementation can mean the difference between a ho-hum home  theater and a system everyone you know is jealous of.  Noise. Have you ever been in a completely silent place? Probably not. Even if you  plug your ears up from all outside noise you’ll still hear your heart beating and your  stomach churning over your breakfast burrito. Your home theater is unlikely to be  silent either. Your projector, receiver, Blu-ray player, HVAC system, media servers…  all make noise. However you shouldn’t have to sit back and just accept it. Try to  design your theater from the start so that noise-emitting products are in cabinets or  in a separate room. If the noise is coming from outside your theater room, try  improving the insulation, and seal up any air gaps, especially around doors.  Calibration. Just because the speakers are plugged in and the projector is pointed  in the right direction, the job isn’t done. Both the video and audio needs to be  calibrated. This ensures both that the products are properly set up to perform well,  and that they perform well in the unique space that is your room. Your screen,  source components, throw-distance and wall color will all impact the picture, so  don’t assume that the settings that work in one person’s room are going to work in  your room. The same goes for audio.   Home Theater Consultant, Kasuga Ravi Rele Mumbai