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    Sunday, 19 August 2018

    Home theater provides an exciting entertainment experience, but at what price?

    Many consumers are confused on how to get started in home theater and how much to spend. Contrary to popular belief, those on a budget can still afford a modest system that will do the job.
    What you ultimately spend depends on reconciling your desires with your available cash. There are inexpensive and mid-range options that provide great value and performance, while some very expensive options only deliver a marginal increase in performance and may not always be the best value.
    The following tips will enable you to merge your desires with some practical, cost-effective, strategies for assembling your home theater.

    1. Think About What's Most Important for Your Home Theater
    A home theater system is an exciting entertainment option that provides the consumer with an immersive viewing and listening experience. Your home theater system can be just a TV and modest sound system or a sophisticated custom-built system with a high-end TV or video projector, in-wall and ceiling speakers, expensive home theater seating.

    Here are the basic questions you need to seek answers to: Do you want the biggest viewing image possible? Will you be spending more time watching TV, watching movies, listening to music, or playing video games? Do you want to incorporate the internet into your home theater system?

    As you get excited about your home theater plans, also be aware of common mistakes that can impact both your budget and enjoyment of your new system.
    2.Decide Whether to Upgrade or Start From Scratch
    Take stock of what you already have and think you might want to keep—at least for now. As you survey what you have, take into consideration what you want your completed home theater system to include. Here are some examples:
    • A Display Device - In order to watch video content, you need a TV or video projector/screen.
    • One or More Sources - You need something to provide you with the content you watch or hear. Home Theater source component options include Blu-ray or DVD players, game consoles, network media player/streamers, antenna, cable, or satellite TV box.
    • A Sound System - In order to hear your movies, TV shows, or other video content, you need to connect your source to a stereo or home theater receiver and speakers.
    • Equipment Rack or Cabinet - You need a place to put your TV or source components, and if own CDs, DVDs, and Blu-rays, having a place to store them is a good idea.
    • Seating - To complete your home theater setup, a nice, comfortable chair or couch is a great way to add to the enjoyment.
    3.Consider a Home-Theater-in-a-Box or Sound Bar

    If you have a small room to work with, or just don't want the hassle of putting together an elaborate setup, consider an appropriate TV and either a home-theater-in-a-box or soundbar system.

    Home-theater-in-a-box systems are affordable packages that contain most of the components needed, including speakers, a surround receiver, and, in some cases, even a DVD or Blu-ray player.

    A sound bar is a device that creates a wider surround-like field from a single speaker cabinet, which can be placed above or below a TV. Some sound bars have their own internal amplifiers and most also come with a separate subwoofer. Soundbars save a lot of space and eliminate the need for extra surround speakers in a modest setup.

    If you dream of the day when you can afford your ultimate home theater system but don't have the cash, a home-theater-in-a-box or sound bar are definitely affordable.

    4.Evaluate the Hidden Benefits of Blu-ray Players

    Although Blu-ray players are more expensive than DVD players, many are priced at Rs.20000/- or less. There are some real money-saving advantages to owning a Blu-ray player over a DVD player. Blu-ray players not only play Blu-ray discs but also play DVDs and CDs as well.

    Also, most Blu-ray players can also play audio, video, and still image content from USB flash drives via an onboard USB port. Lastly, almost all Blu-ray players incorporate internet streaming capability. These players can be connected to the internet via a router, allowing you to stream online audio and video content directly to the player for viewing on your TV or video projector. Check for these, and other features, when shopping for a Blu-ray player.

    5.Don't Over-Pay for Accessories

    When you buy a TV, Blu-ray player, home theater receiver, speakers, and sub woofer, the cost for those items isn't your final total. You still need cables, wires, and possibly other accessories, such as a universal remote control and surge  and Stabilizer to get it all set up and working. Accessories can be expensive, but they don't have to be. use right accessories for smooth and long life experience

    6.Consider the Long-Term Costs of Using Your Home Theater System

    It doesn't do any good to spend money on a home theater if you don't have the money to enjoy it on an ongoing basis. Here are some things to take into consideration:

    • Discs - The average price of a DVD movie is about Rs.100/-, while the average price of a Blu-ray movie is about Rs.300/-. Always watch for sales. Consider Online media streaming DVD/Blu-ray movies in internet if you are not interested in keeping them.
    • Cable and Satellite Fee - The amount you pay depends on the package that you contract for HD Setup box you purchased
    • Pay-Per-View Fees - The prices vary, can be a little as Rs.150/- per view or Rs.1000/- or more for certain newer film releases or special events in internet sources like Youtube, amazon prime or netflix.
    • Internet Streaming Fees - Some providers require a monthly subscription, while others impose pay-per-view fees. One cautionary note is that even though internet streaming is a very attractive alternative to cable or satellite, costs can be just as high depending on how you manage what you watch. One benefit though is that you only pay for the service or specific content you want.
    • Video Projector Lamp Replacement - If you opt for a video projector, rather than a TV, most projectors incorporate a lamp that needs to be periodically replaced. Although lamp costs have come down in recent years, depending on the projector, it could still be as much as several hundred dollars. Typical video projector lamp life ranges from 3,000 to 5,000 hours.
    7.Saving Money is Good; Acquiring Great Value Is Better

    A home theater can be a real money saver—if you buy smart. The key things: Don't buy the cheapest, but don't overpay for just a minor increase in performance. Be comfortable with your purchase. If you can't afford everything right away, a practical way to start is to buy a good TV and build out from there.
    When shopping for your home theater components, keep the following in mind:
    • Be Realistic - When buying a product, budget for additional expenses such as sales tax, delivery charges, and needed accessories. When looking at the purchase price of the product, add an additional 20 to 25 percent. This will more accurately reflect your final register total.
    • Research Before You Buy - Before buying any type of home theater component, check out information on both internet and print on the type of products you are considering. On the web, there are resources such as manufacturer sites, comparative reviews, online price guides, and more that can help you with your choices. Don't ever tell a salesman you know nothing about the item you are trying to purchase, especially if he/she is on commission.
    • Read Those Ads Carefully  - One important way to prepare for the shopping experience is to learn how to interpret the different types of ads that clutter the Sunday ad inserts in your newspaper.
    • Understand Store Return Policies - During the excitement of making a purchase, asking about the store return policy is often overlooked. Make sure you know right up front what the return policy is. This is especially important if you are buying the product as a gift for someone. Some retailers have restocking fees (usually 15 percent) on some, or all, items (once opened) whether defective or not. Although some retailers may be lenient in a specific case, most are strict on this policy. It is possible that even if you are even just one day past the return policy cutoff, the product is yours, even if the product is unopened. A store's return policy should be posted at the cash register stations, and may also be imprinted on the back of your receipt. If you don't see it—ask.
    • Extended Service Plans - To Buy or Not to Buy? ​- When making a home theater product purchase on a strict budget, you may be highly resistant to buying a service plan or extended warranty. However, if you are buying anything mechanically based, such as a CD/DVD/Blu-ray player, or you are buying a large screen LCD or OLED TV, consider buying extended service. Of course, the cost of the plan, the type of coverage offered, and the price of the plan are also important considerations. Make sure you look at the fine print of the contract before buying.
    • Buy Everything You Need The First Time - Buy EVERYTHING a product needs to make it work. Make sure you buy any needed cables or other accessories so the item can be used when you get it home. If you are buying a DVD or Blu-ray player, buy a couple DVD or Blu-ray movies. If you are buying a DVD Recorder, make sure you buy a package of blank DVDs in the correct format.

    • Know the Rules of Mail Order and Online Buying - To find the right product at the right price, many consumers are buying more and more off of the internet, mail order, or from QVC and other shopping channels. However, as attractive as those internet and mail order shopping prices are, there are some pitfalls. Make sure you understand the total costs of shopping online or via mail order.For home Theater better to purchase from local vendor after visiting them ,seeing demo and checking SLA terms with Local vendors

    7 Tips for Putting Together a Great Home Theater on a Budget

    Tuesday, 7 August 2018

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    How Dolby Atmos Works Its Magic 

    Audio Objects Take Flight 

    Dolby Atmos is based on the concept of audio objects. Any sound can be mixed as a single audio element, an object, that's independently placed in three-dimensional space. A child shouting, a helicopter lifting off, a blaring car horn—the filmmaker can decide exactly where the sound should originate and where it should move as the scene develops. 
    This approach allows the filmmakers to focus on the story. For channel-based audio, filmmakers must determine which speakers should reproduce which sounds, an approach that could compromise the artistic intent. With Dolby Atmos, filmmakers simply determine where the sound should be located within a scene, and the system intelligently makes the speaker-assignment decisions. Audio objects originate and move anywhere in three-dimensional space, including anywhere overhead. You will experience a soundtrack as you would in a real-world environment. 
    Dolby Atmos supports up to 128 simultaneous audio objects. These include stationary sounds that are reproduced through all the speakers, such as a music background or ambient effects. Content mastered for home reproduction includes all the audio objects from the original film, placed in three-dimensional space, just as in the cinema. 

    No More Channel Dependency 

    Descriptive metadata accompanies every Dolby Atmos soundtrack, specifying the exact placement and movement of the audio objects. A Dolby Atmos powered AVR reads the metadata and determines how to use the speakers in your specific setup to best recreate this precise placement and movement. Dolby Atmos is highly scalable. You can play a Dolby Atmos movie and get the spatial effects on nearly any speaker configuration in a home Dolby Atmos system, and adding speakers increases the precision of the audio placement. You can have up to 24 speakers on the floor and 10 overhead. 
    The technology also enables overhead sounds that enhance realism and make the sound more expansive. Overhead sounds can be produced by either overhead speakers or special Dolby Atmos enabled speakers that fire sound up to the ceiling, where it is reflected back down as overhead sound. 
    Other home theater audio technologies, even those that add height information, still rely on channels and do not create audio objects. No matter how many channels they use, they cannot duplicate the free movement of sounds that gives Dolby Atmos its unique realism. 

    Bringing Your Movies Home 

    You'll find a growing number of Dolby Atmos movies on Blu-ray Disc or through streaming video services. As Hollywood increases the number of cinematic movies in Dolby Atmos, you'll see the list of home releases grow, too. 
    Dolby Atmos content plays through standard Blu-ray™ players and streaming media players connected to your AVR via HDMI® and with the bitstream output function engaged. The Dolby Atmos powered AVR manages all decoding, rendering, and processing. 
    Dolby Atmos discs and streaming feeds are backward compatible. Even if you don't have a Dolby Atmos setup, you can still play Dolby Atmos content and enjoy the same outstanding sound you've been getting from your stereo, 5.1, or 7.1 system.

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    Wednesday, 1 August 2018

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    Sunday, 15 July 2018

    Video surveillance is a useful security tactic for any property, including your home. If you’re a business owner, you may already have installed video surveillance in and around your location to deter and prevent crime. A comprehensive video surveillance system is fundamental to running a safe, secure business. However, it’s also a cornerstone of keeping your home safe as well.
    Installing a video surveillance system in your home has many benefits. It’s the easiest way to keep your home secure. Today’s technology makes it possible to tap into your video feed from anywhere, so you’re never far from knowing what’s going on at your place of residence. Video surveillance systems are a great complement to your existing home security plan, or they can provide a great foundation for your security plan, if you don’t have one already.
    The following are 10 benefits to installing a video surveillance system in your home.
    1. Video surveillance enhances your existing home security system.
    As a homeowner, you may have already installed a home security system. These systems come in all shapes and sizes, from notifying you when someone opens a door or window to alerting the police of a break-in, like the SimpliSafe Wireless Home Security System. A video surveillance system with features like this one can record the actual events in and around your house, acting as a second layer of information when it’s time to solve the crime.
    1. Video surveillance allows you to monitor your home anytime, anywhere.
    These days, you can do everything from your banking to setting your thermometer on your mobile phone. Smartphones allow us to store our most important information right in our pockets. These days, you can also use your smartphone to watch the activity that’s happening in your house. Companies that sell video surveillance systems have features that send the video feed right to your phone, along with security alerts, so you can stay up-to-date on what’s happening with your home while on vacation or at work.
    1. Installing a video surveillance system could save you money.
    According to Farmers Insurance, one of the top 5 ways to reduce homeowner insurance premiums is to make your home safer. Insurance companies define safer as “anything that can reduce the risk of damage being done to your home.” By installing a video surveillance system in your home, you’re taking a step towards making your place of residence safer and more secure. Catching any activity that causes damage to your property on your video surveillance camera is one way to positively impact your homeowners insurance rate.
    1. Video surveillance systems are easy-to-use.
    It’s important to use frameworks and technologies that work for you and fit your lifestyle. Video surveillance can be a great “set-it-and-forget-it” security system for busy people. Most companies will take care of upkeep and maintenance of your system. Once installed, you’ll only be responsible for knowing how to use the software on your computer or smartphone where you can see the video feed.
    1. Video recordings are the best evidence for court cases.
    One of the main reasons you might install a video surveillance system is to prevent and deter crime. If a crime were to occur at your home, you’ll need to have a record of what happened in order to solve the crime. The best way to do that is to have indisputable evidence, and video recordings are great tools for the courtroom. Although you may not use it on a frequent basis, court-ready recordings can be a real asset if you’re involved in a criminal case.
    1. Video surveillance allows you to check in on your family and pets while you’re away.
    Even though you might be thinking of video surveillance as a safety tactic, it can also be used to check up on your family, kids and pets when you’re away from home. Since most video feeds can be streamed right to your smartphone, you can see if the dog is behaving or if your child made it home safely after school. Video surveillance systems work to keep your home safe, but they can also provide you with peace of mind.
    1. Video surveillance holds your household staff accountable for their work.
    At your home, you may employ a variety of people to help you upkeep your home. They could work inside, like a housekeeper or a chef, or work on the outside of your property in the garden or yard. Since these people are under your employment, you are paying them for the services they provide. By using video surveillance, you can be sure your employees are doing their jobs as agreed upon. There’s little dispute on what has and hasn’t been done with video evidence.
    1. Video surveillance systems can communicate with the authorities for you.
    One aspect of your security plan is how you will alert the authorities to a possible theft or crime. Depending on where you are in your home, you may not have a phone readily available when a crime occurs. A benefit to installing video surveillance in your home is that you can utilize your security company to communicate with the authorities for you, ensuring that no matter what happens inside your home, police are immediately notified of the situation.
    1. Video surveillance systems can monitor low-traffic areas in your home.
    In a business, dark corners or long hallways are prime spots to place your video surveillance system. This is because these areas have low foot traffic and are hard to see, making it a criminal’s dream. The same can be said about your home in areas like your garage, backyard or other areas that are not well-lit or traveled. Installing a video camera to monitor these areas will allow you to have more eyes on your property than humanly possibly.
    1. You can use video surveillance in lieu of other monitoring systems.
    Beyond a home security system, special circumstances in your life may call for other monitoring systems in your home. For example, newer models of baby monitors display a video feed from a crib to a handheld device that a parent can take anywhere in the house. Instead of adding another costly system, video surveillance can be a low-cost way to keep tabs on your baby. You can use the same system for dogs, seniors or anything else you’d like to monitor in your home.
    Video surveillance systems have many uses and benefits when used in the home. These systems can double as baby and pet monitors, and can also keep you safe by alerting the authorities of a crime. Even if you’ve already installed a home security system, coupling that with a video surveillance system will create the safest environment for you and your family.
    Were you thinking about installing a video surveillance system in your home? Not sure where to start or what you need? Call us on 9949255660 / 040-23156745. We will visit your home in next 16 hours and will provide the quote as per the site requirement.

    10 Benefits of Video Surveillance for Your Home

    Saturday, 14 July 2018

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    Tuesday, 10 July 2018

    Dolby Atmos for the home brings the ultimate cinema sound experience to your home theater to create powerful, moving audio that flows around you.

    Dolby Atmos for the Home Benefits

    • Moving Audio That Flows Around You
      You'll feel like you're inside the action as the sounds of people, music, and things come alive with breathtaking realism and move all around you in three-dimensional space.
    • Reproduces All the Audio Objects in the Original Cinema Mix
      Reproduces up to 128 simultaneous audio objects in a mix for rich, realistic, and breathtaking sound.

  • Compatible Playback
    Dolby Atmos® discs and online content are fully compatible for playback on conventional stereo and on 5.1- and 7.1-channel systems, giving you the same outstanding experience you’ve always enjoyed.
  • A Growing Library of Content
    As movie directors increasingly choose Dolby Atmos for their soundtracks, you'll find a growing library of movies and other content on Blu-ray Disc™ and online from premium services.
  • What a Dolby Atmos Setup Looks Like
    With a Dolby Atmos enabled sound bar, or as few as six speakers in a conventional home theater system, you can enjoy Dolby Atmos. 
  • Freeing Sound from Channels—the Dolby Atmos Concept 
    Traditional surround soundtracks must confine all sounds to the 5.1 or 7.1 channels of a typical home theater setup. If a scene requires, say, a helicopter taking off, that sound has to be assigned to specific channels and mixed together with other sounds. 

    While that helicopter can move across channels, it can't go above you. You hear it only from the small number of predetermined locations defined by the speaker setup, not as you'd hear it in real life. 

    Dolby Atmos, by contrast, frees sound from channels. It's the first cinematic audio format in which sounds exist as individual entities, called audio objects. In Dolby Atmos, any sound—the helicopter, a car screeching around a corner, a melodic bird call—can exist as an independent audio object, free of channel restrictions. They can be precisely placed and moved anywhere in your room, including overhead, to flow above and around you in three-dimensional space. 

    Through the use of audio objects, overhead sound, and all the richness, clarity, and power of Dolby sound, Dolby Atmos turns your room into an amazing place for entertainment. You'll feel like you're inside the action, in ways you've never before experienced. 

    Brief Tech Overview 
    Dolby Atmos for the home represents every sound in the original cinema mix as an audio object. Extensions to our Dolby Audio™ codecs, along with an advanced scalable algorithm, allow Dolby Atmos to be delivered via Blu-ray Disc and streaming media. A Dolby Atmos audio/video receiver (AVR) adapts the cinema experience to your home theater from seven speakers to as many as 34, recreating the original artistic concept.

    Supports up to 128 simultaneous independent audio objects in a mix for rich, realistic, and breathtaking sound
    Recreates the director's original concept through descriptive metadata to provide customized playback for home theater
    Delivers sounds above you through overhead speakers, special upward-firing Dolby Atmos speakers, or a Dolby Atmos enabled sound bar
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    Monday, 9 July 2018

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