The Best Home Theater Features for the Ultimate Football Fan
Get the Most Out of Your Home Theater System on Gameday
Are you thinking of buying a new TV for the upcoming NFL and college football seasons? How about you take it a step further and revamp your entire home theater system? Simple upgrades to your speakers, remotes, or even shades can completely transform your viewing experience.
Whether you want to see if the Lions finally have a big playoff run or want to settle the Spartans vs. Wolverines debate, the right technology can make all the difference. In this blog, we'll highlight a few upgrades that will make this football season the best you've ever experienced from the comfort of your Birmingham, MI home.
4K Ultra HD Resolution
While we do want to go beyond the TV, it's a good starting point. As 4K Ultra HD becomes the standard for sports broadcasts, there’s no reason not to upgrade to this extra crisp video resolution. Get in the middle of the action with Ultra 4K HD and HDR which provide infinite detail and a greater variety of colors. The additional detail will help you decide if that receiver was in bounds or not and maybe even help you differentiate between those Thursday Night color rush uniforms.
Immersive Surround Sound
Everyone knows the best part of the stadium experience is the crowd. The lines in the bathroom and overpriced concessions aren't the reason you want to be there in person. And you're not there to see tiny men moving on grass from your club seats. No, you’re there to enjoy the magic of 70,000 plus fans chanting in unison in support of your team. With the right surround sound layout –and a powerful subwoofer—you can take in the full emotion of the crowd without having to get out of your pajamas.
So much of the fun during football season is that you get to bunker in for a whole day with an endless amount of viewing options. On any given Saturday or Sunday, you want to make sure you don't miss any of the action. A multiple screen installation makes it easy to take in a few games simultaneously. You can also have a bigger screen go over your smaller TVs when it's time to watch a critical game.
When you’re organizing a movie night, you’ll set it up after sunset to avoid any glare on your screen. Unfortunately, the NCAA and NFL don't plan on organizing their schedules for your viewing comfort. The best option is to install your home theater system in a dedicated room with no windows. If that's not possible, we recommend motorized shades. These can automatically close as soon as your windows are hit directly by sunlight, so you never have to deal with glare ruining the action.
Intuitive Control Solution
Now that you’ve got all your upgraded high-tech gear, you need an easy way to manage it. Don’t worry about missing the game because it took too long to pull down the blinds or find the channel. When it’s game time, all you have to do is press a button on your remote, touchpad, or smartphone to pull up everything you need within seconds. With intuitive control options, it’s also easy to switch channels, pull up different sources, or alternate which games are playing on specific screens.
Are you ready to upgrade to the ultimate viewing environment for the upcoming football season? We can help you take advantage of all these features in your home theater. Just reach out by calling (248) 841-8500 or by filling out our online contact form.