So, you’re a bit of movie and music buff? If that’s an understatement, then you probably have the best home theater system. As your system has expanded, you’ve also probably acquired more and more components for it. And while more components might mean better entertainment in more rooms of the house, it can all become difficult to manage, not to mention an eyesore. Here are two ways to help you organize all your A/V components for the best home theater system.
First, if you’re ready to make a major improvement to your home theater, consider a remodel with a custom-built hidden rack. A cabinet like this allows you to house all audio and video components for the entire house in one place, discretely and accessibly located in built-in shelves in the wall.
Pair this cabinet remodel with a home control system, such as Elan or Control4, and you’ll be able to access these components using video screen touch panels in multiple rooms of the house. Want to watch a movie upstairs in the bedroom? Listen to music in the kitchen? Now you can keep your Blu-ray player and receiver inside the custom cabinet, operated via the sleek control panel in each room.
Second, if you’re not quite ready for a full remodel, there are budget-friendly TV stands and component racks that can help you organize the best home theater. Convenient shelves and aesthetic looking drawers integrate all your components for a more clutter-free appearance without remodeling. The Tech-Craft Bay4828 wood veneer stand is a classy way to hide wires and components, while displaying your flat panel. The BDI 8428 home theater stand has its own wire management system and open shelving to keep A/V components cool.
Interested in a home theater remodel? Contact a Vann’s representative for more information.