THX® Experts Illuminate Home Theater Set-Up for Consumers Through Its THX Home Theater Made Easy Video Series
THX Partners with HomeTheaterReview.com to make Instructional Video Series Widely Available
SAN RAFAEL, Calif.--THX Ltd. today announced a multi-part video series of short educational tutorials that will be syndicated periodically by HomeTheaterReview.com and will address various issues consumers face when setting up a new or expanded home theater. It is easy to become overwhelmed by the abundance of products, features and configuration possibilities - along with the countless brands compelling consumers to purchase new products. THX wants to help alleviate this stress and clear up some of the confusion commonly encountered when designing an entertainment system.
The first THX Home Theater Made Easy video series, "Modern Challenges," was produced by THX and applies the THX approach to an owner's challenging Eichler designed home featuring giant glass windows, post and beam construction and an open floor plan. Distributed by leading audio/video outlet HomeTheaterReview.com and hosted in its educational section, THX is partnering with Home Theater Review to make it easy for anyone to access and absorb the knowledge of THX experts.
Each of the videos in the THX Home Theater Made Easy series will address a new topic, walking the viewer through the mindset and approach one should take when thinking about designing or updating their home theater. This particular series will feature the following topics:
*The "THX Approach" - overview of the THX process and the first home theater challenge
*How room layout and seating affect the overall experience
*How to select the right size and display placement for your room
*Where speakers and subwoofers should be placed for optimal audio
*The importance of selecting compatible electronics
*How to take control of your remote control
*How to select appropriate settings for your overall home theater system
"It's easy to forget how complicated a modern home theater system can be to a new customer. With the rise of warehouse and big box stores that don't always spend time educating the consumer - the need for simple, easy-to-understand information about home theater best practices is more relevant today than ever," said Jerry Del Colliano, CEO and publisher of HomeTheaterReview.com. "The videos that THX has produced give consumers looking for basic education on key home theater topics something to sink their teeth into, which is why we are excited to partner with them to promote the video series as part of HomeTheaterReview.com's educational section."
Over the past 30 years, THX has certified thousands of movie theaters, post-production facilities, sound mixing rooms, consumer electronic devices, DVD/Blu-ray titles and car audio systems. Whether in the cinema, in your home or on the road, THX has the expertise to bring the ultimate entertainment experience to audiences worldwide. The THX Home Theater Made Easy video series is specifically designed to teach consumers how to go about designing a proper home theater while addressing real life concerns of families today. By following the "THX Approach," anyone can optimize their home entertainment space.
To make sure you don't miss out on each of the new installments of the THX Home Theater Made Easy video series, follow both THX and HomeTheaterReview.com on Facebook or on Twitter at @THX and @HomeTheaterRev. You can also visit HomeTheaterReview.com to find the latest videos and tips.
HomeTheaterReview.com is a leading online consumer electronic publication founded by Jerry Del Colliano in 2008. Monthly readership is consistently over 300,000 unique readers who read the unique and insightful reviews, editorial and other content.
From the big screen to your screen, THX ignites your passion for exciting entertainment experiences. Founded by George Lucas and recognized by audiences around the globe, THX is synonymous with the design and certification of world-class cinemas, premium audio systems, 3D HDTVs and blockbuster movies. Products featuring THX technologies defy convention and define quality in their class, whether in the cinema, in the home or on the road.