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So you’ve finally made the decision to create your own dedicated home cinema system. You’ve convinced your partner that it’s OK to spend that kind of money and have agreed that they too can go and buy whatever they have always wanted. Everything is looking good and the green light is on but then you start to think about all the different design elements that make up a cinema and you start to get overwhelmed with the correct order and the amount of budget you should allocate for each section. You check online and just seem to find so many different conflicting views and now you’re not even sure if you should even get started because your mind is so scrambled that you’re not sure where to begin.

Well, if the above story sounds familiar to you then this article will put you at ease. Maybe you have just decided to build your own home cinema system or perhaps you thought about it before but just weren’t sure where to begin and so decided to leave it. If any of this rings true with you then I am pleased to say that I can give you my personal experience to allow you to make the best home cinema system you can based on your budget.

So here are my 10 steps to creating the home cinema of your dreams.

Each of these steps should be performed in this order to get the best out of the available budget and room space you have.

Internal and External Shell and Structure

1. Start with the end in mind

Like any construction project you need to have a good vision of what the end is going to look like before you even start. This means you should at the very minimum have some hand 電影節 drawn sketches of the style, size and shape you are going for. Now this will naturally be dictated by the available space you have to work with but there is definitely some room here for artistic flare here so really tap into your mind and pull out what your dream home cinema system will eventually look like. Remember, this is probably something you are only going to do once so make sure it lives up to all your expectations and dreams.

Remember that what you see is always what you get so the clearer your vision is, the better the end product will be. Do not rush through or overlook this step, it is probably the most important part of the whole process.

2. Room size and shape

Now that you have your ideas in mind and a clear picture of what you want to achieve you can start to get down to some real design. Now I strongly suggest you use some kind of 3D software here to make sure you get really accurate measurements and implementation of your design ideas. You could also just use a 2D CAD (Computer Aided Design) package but it’s usually much nicer and easier to keep your vision in mind if you can work in 3D.

 

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