Transform Your Theater with 4K Video, Immersive Surround Sound, and Your Own Movie Jukebox
Who doesn’t love movies? And here in Beverly Hills and Hollywood, the heart of the film industry, chances are you know someone – or maybe you are someone - who works in the business. We have a special affinity for movies.
Since this is Beverly Hills, we have our fair share of home theater systems in the many beautiful homes around us. Even though we have unique theaters like the historic TCL Chinese Theater and Quentin Tarantino’s New Beverly Cinema, what can be better than to screen epics in your own home theater with a small group of friends? No crowds, no worrying about where you sit; every seat is the best seat in the house.
Maybe you already have a home theater, or perhaps you are looking building a new one. In any case, we want to tell you about three things you absolutely must have in your next theater. Ready to see how to bring the magic of the movies home? Just keep reading.
Streaming services have revolutionized the way we consume media. Viewers can sit back, scroll through countless titles, and find a movie worth watching or a TV show worth binging. It is pure simplicity and convenience, right?
Everything you want to watch is right there, whenever you want it.
Until, of course, it isn’t.
Electronic House recently featured one of our recently completed theaters as their "Home of The Week". We created this theater, as part of the Bel Air Circuit, for Hollywood icon Jerry Bruckheimer. The theater features incredible art deco design by Thierry Despont and was part of a complete historical renovation of a classic Beverly Hills estate.
Wouldn't it be nice to watch the latest Hollywood blockbuster at home with friends instead of behind texting tweens? Did you invest some serious cash into the best home theater system equipment like JBL Synthesis, Steinway Lyngdorf, Meyer Sound, or Wisdom Speakers? Well here is the low-down on how to avoid the theaters altogether but still be able to watch movies in your Los Angeles home the night they come out in theaters.