Automate Your Home Theater System in Minutes

It doesn’t take a lot to make your home theater sizzle, a lot of us may say. We may think that the perfect home theater system only needs a set of lights, a remote control and our very own entertainment setup. Back in the good old days, that may be acceptable. But now that we’re living in a ‘wireless’ age, that’s not the case.

The practice of home automation, where electrical devices are integrated with each other so it can perfectly work according to your needs and preferences, have definitely given new meaning to relaxation and entertainment. By automating the latest components like LCD, HDTV, Dolby Digital, and DTS surround sound; public theaters are now a thing of the past.

For sure, it’s very easy to get blown away by the picture, or sound of your home theater system. However, one of the most integral parts that we shouldn’t forget is the lighting. We can’t just have the best possible movie experience with the lights shining so bright, right? Or yet, a room so pitch black can be too uncomfortable for the eyes when watching a movie.

That’s when home automation comes into play. How? Well, imagine this: You and your visitors settle into your very own home theatre. With just one touch of a button, the lights slowly dim, curtains reeling and the movie starts playing. You can’t help but look at your visitors’ jaws drop in amazement as you enter another world.

Home automation makes it possible to control these very special effects. Wirelessly control lighting, window shades, or just about anything in addition to all of your existing audiovisual components. Home automation systems offer the final climatic effects of a perfect home theatre. Besides, our moods can automatically change just by dimming the lights.

So, if you want to spice up your already existing home theater system, you may want to consider automating. It doesn’t take more than a day to achieve a truly breathtaking experience.

Perfect Lighting

With a home automation system, you can set the optimum amount of light that goes into your home. Obviously, there is a huge difference between the amounts of light needed for reading a book and for watching a movie.

Lighting can be easily controlled through wall-mounted touchpads, so compact that you’ll mistake it with just a regular light switch. Though it is technically a light switch, the difference lies on its functionality, since it can do more than just turn on or turn off the lights. Control all your lights conveniently from a single, automatic control panel. With just a single touch, even the most complicated home theater systems can be controlled easily.

Since most home automation systems are hardwired, they work through their own communications cable. It would be better if you plan them out even before setting up your home theatre. If you already have an existing home theater system, there are existing products that you can install on your own.

Other aspects you can control are security cameras for home, alarm systems for home, and home security cameras. With SmartHome Solutions, virtually nothing is impossible.

Leola Huffman, raised in Center Line, in 2007 Michigan graduated from DeVry University. After she graduates in May 2007, Leola plans to move to Baltimore, Maryland, where she will teach public school as a Teach for America corps member. During her two years with Teach for America. Leola Huffman will earn a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Johns Hopkins University..

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