Home Theatre

WHY HOME THEATRE ROOM STANDARDS MATTER

Think of your new home cinema as an enduring high quality audio and visual installation, not the lightweight speakers you’ll find bundled with a TV screen. Using proven pro-cinema technologies and following strict industry standards, Simplifi inspired home cinemas transport you to the excitement of the big screen experience in your home.

The definitive home cinema experience involves a big specialised projection screen and projector, together with a multi-channel immersive surround sound system, which delivers an enveloping sound stage from at least five horizontal speakers (with subwoofer support) positioned around the room. Adding height speakers completes the immersion with the dome of sound. True cinema is designed to strict standards. We also recommend acoustic treatments to add to a more comfortable, lower reverberant listening space

What makes a world class home theatre room

Room Design

Room design and engineering documentation is a crucial part to bring your cinema dream to live. A good design will cover all the items highlighted below, a great one will also specify the air-conditioning, seat heights and interior design.

DSP speed & accuracy

The foundation of every great cinema system rests in its ability to reproduce the visceral impact of low frequency effects. At the commercial theatre, heart-pounding bass delivers believability to special effects from big action movies. To produce these impressive effects, the commercial cinema relies on DSP technology, huge banks of subwoofers and professional-grade speaker drivers. DSP’s are proven to optimize the electo-mechanical issues inherent in passive sound devices.

High resolution screens

Why choose a 4K High Gain Screen… Well, because you can!
Our eyes and ears lock on to a position, by placing speakers behind the screen, this adds to the realization of storytelling.
Utilising a woven fabric allows us to place the ‘secret sauce’ behind the screen to maximum potential and ensure you are not wasting energy, quite literally we mean that your engineered room will deliver un-compromised sound to your viewing position and every detail without compromise to the picture, will be delivered in heart rendering reality. Did we mention your screen will resolve 8K content too, ensuring your investment will take your experience into the future

Acoustics

A more satisfying entertaining experience is one delivered well. Acoustic paneling is a way of mediating the volume peaks, distortion and annoying reverberation you hear in some rooms that causes a volume war with you and the remote. Acoustic panelling can be hidden or made an innovative feature depending on the interior design of your room.

No more black bars!

Unwanted black bars when watching content becomes annoying on a big screen. We employ technology controlling the picture to fill the whole screen without visual distortion or wasting light energy from the projector which gets blanked in the top and bottom black bars we are all use to seeing on our digital televisions when viewing most movie content.

Gamers delight

Will your room be using for gaming? Audio delivered well via an engineered calibrated system literally puts the sound stage where it was intended, be it overhead or behind you, make those games worthy of playing with a truly immersive experience.

Simplified Control

Imagine having one remote to rule them all? One button turns the cinema onto the X-Box and in the background the system automatically switches and customizes the interface for your requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Hi-Res Audio?

High-resolution audio, also known as High-definition audio or HD audio, is a marketing term used by some recorded-music retailers and high-fidelity sound reproduction equipment vendors. It refers to higher than 44.1 kHz sample rate and/or higher than 16-bit linear bit depth.

What is Dolby Atmos?

Atmos is a surround-sound technology that was originally developed in 2012. It expands upon the current 5.1 and 7.1 surround-sound set-ups with surround channels coming from overhead.