Setting Up The Perfect Home Theatre

Creating a perfect home theatre is a dream for most. Whether you're a movie buff, a sports fan or a gamer, having a well-designed home theatre will elevate your entertainment experiences. This blog provides you with a comprehensive guide on how to set up the perfect home theatre system. From room acoustics to optimal viewing angles, we'll cover all the essential steps to create a cinematic experience within the comfort of your own home. Whether you have a dedicated home theatre room or you're working with limited space, these tips and tricks will help maximise the potential of your setup.

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1. Introducing Q Series Home Theatre

Q Series takes cutting-edge acoustic technology from other ranges, such as Blade and R Series, to a wider selection of people. Representing exceptional value, Q Series unlocks detail and depth in whatever you choose to listen to.

2. Q Series and Kube Subwoofers – A Perfect Match

If you’re looking to add extra detail and depth to your cinematic experience, you can upgrade to a 5.1 Home Theatre package with the addition of a Kube subwoofer. By pairing Kube 12b, Kube 10b, and Kube 8b with Q Series home theatre bundles, your speaker packages will be perfectly matched.

Subwoofers don’t just play low and loud - pairing a Kube subwoofer with your home theatre speakers will add detail and texture and will ‘fill out’ your listening experience.

3. Optimising Room Acoustics

How do room acoustics impact the audio quality in a home theatre system?

A room’s acoustics can greatly affect your overall experience . The key to perfecting the room acoustics is getting the right balance of sound absorption in your space. Sound can become unclear and details are indistinguishable in a room that has minimal sound-absorbing materials, whilst too many soft furnishings or materials can deaden the sound and render the audio lifeless. 


How can I address any room acoustic issues in my home theatre space?

Whilst the subject of room acoustics for dedicated home theatre rooms can be highly complex and best dealt with by a specialist installer, there are a few simple steps you can take at home to improve the acoustic qualities of your space.


As sound waves reflect off flat, smooth surfaces like glass tables or large windows, one of the easiest fixes is to simply reduce the number of reflective surfaces – fabric curtains, upholstered furniture or carpeting can improve your room's acoustics design significantly.


You should also consider the positioning of the speakers in your room, as this can also affect the entire sound image. 

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