The Home-Theater Sized TV: Sony’s 100-Inch Display

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Want the Biggest Visuals Possible? Learn More about Sony BRAVIA

If you’re thinking about installing a home theater soon, you typically have two options: to use a projector system or TV. 

In the past, most homeowners opted for a projector and retractable screen to achieve cinema-sized visuals, since most TVs weren’t large enough. But today, you can enjoy stunning 4K video on 100 inches—that’s over eight feet—with the Sony BRAVIA XR X92. 

The Sony BRAVIA will surely give you enough space and dimension to feel like you’re in your own movie theater. But if you’re still unsure how it compares to a projector, we share everything you need to know below. 

Are you interested in a home theater installation in the Highland Park, TX area? Contact Texadia Systems to get started! 

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You Don’t Need a Dedicated Space for the Home Theater Experience


Create a Versatile Media Room with Home Theater-Level AV 

Do you crave the ultra-wide screen, surround sound, and cinematic experience that a home theater provides—but aren’t sure if you have room for a home theater? Or maybe you do have the space yet wonder how often you’ll use a room with only a screen and seating. 

There’s a happy medium between dedicated home theaters and a living room setup, and that’s the media room. Perhaps a media room is a better fit for your Highland Park, TX home. You can still enjoy the high-quality audio and video setup you’d find in a home theater installation, but with more flexibility for other activities. 

Below we’ll share how you can create a multipurpose media room and what equipment to include. And to learn more about the world of home theaters, subscribe to our monthly newsletter here

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How Do I Know If It’s Time to Upgrade My Home Theater?


3 Things to Think About When You Consider Revamping Your Entertainment Space

Entertainment is the heart of any home. It’s capable of bringing your family together during its best moments – serving as a soundtrack to playing outside or cooking dinner together, laughing with one another at a funny joke, and more. TV and movie viewing, and music and podcast listening, are all activities you can enjoy in your Highland Park-area home theater. 

If you have an older home with an original surround sound setup or a system that’s more than a decade old, it’s time to consider an upgraded home theater installation. Your family is missing out on the latest viewing and high-performance listening capabilities currently available with new TVs, projectors, speakers, and other Audio Video components that have come onto the market in the last few years. 

Read below to learn how to tell if it’s time to upgrade your home theater, then chat with us at the bottom of your screen to get started on your very own installation in North Texas.

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