More and more homeowners are installing theaters in their homes, allowing them to watch theater-quality video with digital audio from the comfort of their favorite sofa. While going out to the movies has become more and more expensive, the cost of such technology has dropped dramatically, making home theater an investment rather than a luxury. Be sure to check out the description of my home theater along with the following sites, which should help you get started.
Home Theater Magazine
As its moniker would suggest, this sleek site is dedicated to home theater. It features hardware reviews, shopping tips, news and blogs.
Ultimate A/V Magazine
This site features high-end hardware reviews as well as buyer’s guides, blogs and news.
Home Theater Talk
This site prides itself on being the friendliest home theater site on the web. No flaming is allowed on the site’s extensive message boards.
Home Theater Forum
At this site, you can read reviews or talk with fellow home theater enthusiasts.
This is another great forum site where you can get answers to all of your home theater-related questions.
Home Theater Hi Fi
This site features news, product reviews, articles, HD DVD reviews and forums.
Home Theater Spot
This blog features DVD and hardware reviews as well as message boards.
Home Theater Blog
This blog focuses on home theater news.
This is a great place to find user and professional opinions of all the different available hardware.
This store stocks electronics, furniture, movie posters and even popcorn machines.
The online giant has all the hardware you’ll need for your new home theater.
Since I built my home theater, I probably go to the movies four times a year. No more paying $10 a ticket to sit in a cramped theater, eating overpriced popcorn and drinking overpriced soda. For those that want the big-screen experience in their own homes, it’s never been easier to put together your own home theater. If you run across a good home theater site, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.