Man Cave Home Theatre

Man Cave Home Theatre

When you are looking for a spot to watch the cricket or perhaps your prefer Super Rugby. No matter your preference, there is no better place to do that than in your own Man Cave. But in order to entice your friends to watch the games at your place, you need to make sure that you give them an exceptional viewing experience. That means you need to make sure the beer is cold, the food is plentiful and the home-theatre system is performing at a high level. There are plenty of cheap options that can resolve the first two items on this list, but the home-theatre system can become a costly venture if you don't know what you are looking for. There are four things you need to keep in mind while putting together your home-theatre system.


1. Size of the Home Theatre Room

Man Cave Home Theatre Room Size

Before you make any home-theatre purchases for your Man Cave, you will need to measure the room. If you get a system that is too big, your friends will become too crowded. If the system you purchase is too small, no one will know what is happening during the game. Both of these issues will create a negative experience for your friends.

So how can you fix this? By measuring your room. I know it sounds simple, but it is easy to get lost while shopping for something that is enjoyable. And with so many options available, it helps to have a qualifier that can eliminate a lot of your choices.

2. Seating for Your Man Cave


Man Cave Home Theatre Seating


When you are putting your Man Cave together, you should figure out how many people you can comfortably fit in the room. You will also need to plan for people jumping and moving around, especially after your team scores a big point. High-five real-estate is one of the most important factors you have to think about.

Most party planning experts say that each person should have six square feet to their self so they can comfortably move around. Because people will want to sit down as well, I recommend you allocate 12 square feet per person that will be in your room. So a party with three guests should have four available seats. 


3. Projector for your Man Cave


Man Cave Home Theatre Projector


And here is the centerpiece of your home-theatre system; everyone's focal point of contact. And to best enjoy that action, you will need to find a projector that properly fits your wall AND can be adjusted for the situation. If you are planning on watching the game in the dark, you might want to increase the brightness. If you are watching the game during the day or with the lights on, you need to be able to lower the brightness so it does not strain anyone's eyes. Being able to adjust your projector's settings will enhance the viewing experience for your guests.


4. Man Cave Sound System


Without a quality sound system, your guests will be left wondering what exactly is happening in the game. If the volume is too loud, no one will be able to hear each other talking. If the volume is not loud enough, your guests will miss a big point and not have a chance to celebrate the occasion. This is why you should pay attention to the location of your speakers.


Most experts recommend that you place your speakers in a corner of the room so the sounds can vibrate. But if you already have stuff living in the corners of your room, you will need to find a spot on the wall that the projector is not sitting on because you do not want your guests to feel like the television is yelling at them. Make sure your Sound System is not facing the same direction as the projector is to your guests.


With these four items covered, you are now ready to shop for your Man Cave's home-theatre system. Make sure you measure your room before you purchase your product, as that will have a big impact on how much your guests will enjoy watching the big cricket or rugby match. Do you have any questions? How about recommendations? If so, feel free to contact us! 0291995051

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