Posted by David on 4/30/2014
We in the home-theater mounting business have dealt with all kinds of systems that boast pure sound to a range of decibel levels. This is something that is taken very seriously in home theater systems, for obvious and compelling reasons.
Posted by Eric on 4/28/2014
You've spent thousands of hard-earned dollars on your incredible James Cameron-certified home theater. Movies look spectacularly beautiful; the sound is amazing.
Posted by Eric on 4/28/2014
If you check around the Internet to do research about creating a home-theater system and installing it, you will find tons of advice, some of it contradictory to each other.
Posted by David on 4/28/2014
Today's kids have practically been born with either a mouse and keyboard in their cribs, or holding a touchscreen mobile device. And with all of the entertainment available in the palm of their hands thanks to today's technology, the days of "I Spy" in the car are quickly becoming a thing of the past.
Posted by David on 4/26/2014
When it comes to stereo systems and audio, if you are not someone who is immersed in this area and have more of a general-public knowledge of sound and audio technology in this advanced computer age, you just might find yourself confused nowadays.
Posted by David on 4/25/2014
Your brand new sexy TV has finally been delivered to you. But, it's been more than a week now and you still cannot find a table worthy enough of it. What about attaching it right onto your ceiling? It's stylish, elegant, saves you space in the room and can actually boost your TV's overall performance. Nevertheless, there are some things you should consider before moving on. Here is a list of pros and cons of a ceiling mounted TV.
Posted by David on 4/24/2014
You got yourself the best speaker mounts (from Pinpoint Mounts!), so we thought it would be fun to pair them with the best speakers money can buy.
Posted by David on 4/22/2014
Cellphones and smartphones have quickly become their own forms of status symbolism. In our society, it seems that the type of phone we have and the brand name will give a hint to our socioeconomic status or our personality or just our taste in design.
Posted by David on 4/17/2014
You have just come home from making a big purchase. You are staring at the boxes in the floor of your living room - or man cave, or wherever you plan to install your newly purchased home theater system with speakers.
Posted by David on 4/15/2014
Well, here you are. You are here because you have recently bought a home theater system or speakers for a system and yu are considering mounting some or all the speakers on your wall, in your wall or in your ceiling.
Posted by Olivia on 4/15/2014
Chances are, if you are mounting speakers or a television in a conventional home, you will be installing the mounts using screws, which is fine, provided that your walls and ceilings are made of wood and are at least one inch thick. Otherwise, you are going to need some additional support. With the typical walls being made of sheetrock (AKA drywall,) this material is just not strong enough to securely hold a weight bearing screw on its own without taking some extra measures for security.
Posted by Eric on 4/11/2014
Perhaps you think that speaker mounts are generally all the same and it's easy to grab one off the shelves when you need it. But you might be surprised to find out that there are actually different types and it can be quite confusing for an ordinary individual to decide which one suits his or her use.
Posted by Mary on 4/10/2014
We’ve already discussed exactly how beneficial mounting your speakers can be when it comes to saving more space and decreasing the clutter, which is even more important if you have a smaller living space. There’s also the fact that these speaker mounts, such as the ones that you can find here at Pinpoint Mounts, cost way cheaper than some speaker stands—especially if you want those deluxe-looking ones.
Posted by Olivia on 4/7/2014
Thinking of setting up your very own home theater system? Indeed it's exciting to imagine having a movie-like entertainment center under your own roof for the family's use, for your own enjoyment, and for keeping guests from getting bored when you have a get-together.
Posted by Eric on 4/5/2014
The quality of entertainment and fun you get from watching movies, concerts and from listening to music are defined by the quality of your speaker system. No matter how good the concert is, if the speaker system is not quality-made and not properly positioned, then surely you’ll get disappointed. So if you are passionate about movies, music and concerts and you want to get a dose of entertainment right at the comfort of your own home, then it pays to invest in the right speaker system.
Posted by Timothy on 4/2/2014
The digital revolution brought us all the software to become home recording engineers, while musicians were enthralled to take the old reel-to-reels, 4-track cassette recorders, and other anachronisms up to the attic or down to basement for storage – much like the old film projectors. Musicians would take up various computer software and hardware, such as Cakewalk, Garage-band, and other devices to plug-in and play. They also needed to be able to listen to the live performance, as well as the mixdown after and during editing.
Posted by Christy on 4/1/2014
One of the most important items to consider when shopping for in-wall, on-wall, or in-ceiling speakers is where you're going to place them. How you place your speakers depends on how you're going to listen to them, as well as what your room's architecture will allow. Whether you're installing them in your current home or pre-wiring a home that's under construction, there are guidelines that can help you get a speaker setup that sounds good and works with the build and design of your room.
Posted by Christy on 4/1/2014
If you are looking for the best virtual 7.1 channel surround sound experience, try Razer Surround. Current generation virtual surround sound technology often produces inaccuracies, given that every person has his or her own unique response to simulated sound stages. As such, virtual surround sound is often thought of as inferior to subtle surround sound setups.