Common home theatre installation mistakes to avoid

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If you are someone who has recently bought a home theatre but are unsure of its installation, then you must know that there are many common mistakes people tend to make during the process. To get the most of the amount that you have spent on the product as well as to get the best performance out of it, you must avoid these mistakes. All the parts of the system must be well synced and connected with each other and also placed at the right positions. The following is a list of some common home theatre installation mistakes you must avoid.

  1. Improper placement of home theatre speakers

The most common mistake which people tend to make when setting up a home theatre system is the wrong placement of the speakers. The surround speaker must be close to the TV screen at a position which is not too close to the floor. The bass and low frequency speakers on the other hand are usually directionless however you must not place or install them too close to the corners of the room or to the walls. Also, avoid placing the speakers within cabinets as that will lower the sound quality and volume.

the speakers must be placed properly

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  1. Incorrect calibration of audio and video

Another common error most home theatre owners commit while setting up the device is the wrong calibration of audio and picture.  It is important to choose the right cables rather than just buying a lot of them.  It is best to read the manual while setting up the home theatre system or ask for professional help. Avoid splitting of the video and the audio between the TV, the source of AV as well as the surround sound.

audio and video must be well calibrated

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  1. Totally messing up the cables

In virtue of creating the right connections and connecting the home theatres pieces with one another, most of us tend to mess up the cables completely and lock them up with one another. This not only creates more work for you but doesn’t look good too. Make sure you keep the cables well organised and if possible, color code them to keep a track.

avoid messing up the home theatre system cables

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  1. Not using the user manuals at all

If you have decided to set up the home theatre system yourself then you must keep in mind that the user manuals can prove to be of great help. No matter how well versed you are with such installation processes, you must refer to the manuals to avoid doing any step wrong. Not using the user manuals and completely relying on your knowledge too can be a mistake.

Home theatre systems not only need the right cable connections but also full proof wiring. For this, you may need help of either a professional home theatre installation expert or an electrician. The speakers must be mounted carefully to ensure that they do not fall of. For this, you may need stands which you can get set up by a professional. So avoid these mistakes and you will achieve desired results.

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