Home Theatre or Media Room

Building a home cinema or home theatre can be a complex proposition to get right. We make it as easy as possible to create the best cinematic experiences in your home.

We can help you to build the theatre of your dreams — if you are building or renovating. We can ensure that futureproofing is included as part of the brief.

In many households, single-purpose spaces are a luxury that need to give way to more pragmatic and multi-functional spaces.

The large screen is still important, as is some form of enhanced audio, but it needs to fulfill many different uses and is fed by many different sources like broadcast television, DVD or Bluray disks and gaming platforms. More content is now originating from the internet, like Netflix, Youtube, Lightbox, and also many news, new media and gaming services too. Access to a a good broadband connection is so integral for a modern home theatre installation.

We understand how important it is to get this space right. From the decor and furniture, through to the layers of technology required to make everything work so you and your family can get the most out of your time together.

Your television never sounded so good with Bowers and Wilkins speakers.

Multi-room Audio

Multi-room audio is a great way to play music throughout the house. Traditionally, multi-room audio systems had amplifiers installed back at a central location, with speakers and keypads connected via long runs of cables to connect the speakers and control the music selection and volume. These were cables that needed to be run as the house was being built, or as renovations were taking place.

The hard-wired approach is still valid, and usually delivers a very high quality result, but it’s now possible to create a great system without such an emphasis on long runs of cable throughout the house. With digital music solutions like Sonos and HEOS, the reliance on many different types of cables reduced.

Which one are you?

Extreme Cinephile

You love sports and movies and enjoy watching them in a dedicated home theatre environment

What you’ll need

  • Ultra HD 4K projector and screen
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X capable surround sound receiver
  • At least 7 individual speakers and a subwoofer
  • Dimmable lighting and air conditioning
  • Sources: 4K Bluray, AppleTV, MySky HDi, Hard Drive Movie Server
The Serious Movie Buff

Loves movies and sport in the lounge with friends and family.

What you’ll need

  • Full HD or UHD 4K television
  • Dolby Atmos and DTS:X capable surround sound receiver
  • At least 7 individual speakers and a subwoofer
  • Curtains
  • Sources: 4K Bluray, AppleTV, MySky HDi

 

The Casual Movie Buff

Loves movies and television in the lounge with friends and family.

What you’ll need

  • Full HD television
  • Dolby Digital and DTS Master Audio capable surround sound receiver
  • At least 5 individual speakers and a subwoofer (at a pinch get away with a capable sound bar and subwoofer)
  • Sources: Bluray, AppleTV, Freeview

 

The Family Guy

The family watching Netflix and gaming in the lounge.

What you’ll need

  • Full HD television
  • Surround sound receiver
  • 5 speakers and a subwoofer, or powered soundbar and a subwoofer)
  • Sources: AppleTV, Freeview
I'm still a bit old school

I like watching television and watching movies but I still enjoy listening to my stereo. Can we connect the two?

What you’ll need

  • Full HD television
  • Integrated amplifier (this is a good one)
  • 2 speakers
  • Sources: AppleTV, Freeview and anything else you watch
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