100” TV vs. Projector System: Which Is Best for Home Theaters?

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We’ll Help You Decide for Your Home Theater Design 

Projector systems have long reigned supreme in home theaters. After all, TVs aren’t large enough to create the cinematic, immersive experience you expect to see in a movie theater. 

That is until recently. Brands like Sony have been manufacturing LED and OLED displays in larger dimensions than ever, now reaching 100 inches wide with the Sony BRAVIA XR X92. At more than eight feet in length, Sony’s 100-inch television can rival the image size of a home theater projector. 

But which should you use in your home theater design—a projector or 100-inch TV? We compare both below to help you find the best choice. 

And if you’re looking for a home theater design and installation in the Fort Worth, TX area, contact Texadia Systems to learn more. 

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3 Home Theater Design Ideas for Your Entertainment Oasis

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Whether Upgrading or Building New, These Details Will Delight

What do you think about when you envision a home theater for your Fort Worth, TX home? Naturally, your attention might be drawn to the screen and the audio system. Indeed, those are the core of the home cinema experience. But home theaters are comprised of many details, from seating to acoustics to control and many more features that create the overall experience.

In this blog, we’ll cover three home theater design ideas that you see and add significantly to your entertainment experience. If you're interested in getting into these and more in greater detail, our team at Texadia Systems in the Dallas area is here to help. So stay with us below as we discuss three features that will elevate your home cinema. 

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Designing Your Home Theater to Look & Sound Professional

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Theater Design Is Much More Than Mounting a Screen

There’s something magical about visiting the movie theater. As the lights slowly dim, you’re transported into an all-new world. Whether it’s the 1950s streets of New York in West Side Story or a desert planet in Dune, the ultra-wide screen, and all-encompassing audio brings you right into the story. 

You can experience the same thrill with a home theater design done right. But a home theater requires much more than merely plugging in speakers and hanging a projector. A home theater company, like our team at Texadia Systems, uses careful installation tactics and design techniques to make home cinemas look and sound exquisite. 

Read on to discover the thought and detail required for a home theater’s design process. And if you’re looking for a private cinema installation in Dallas, TX, connect with Texadia Systems here to get started!

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