This year’s Iron Bowl - as it has over the last seven seasons - is once again expected to have a major impact on college football’s national championship. Before we even get to November, though, is your home theater ready to view every detail of every game? The Tide and the Tigers face off is undoubtedly the biggest game in the South this year. Here are some quick and easy upgrades you can make to your home theater so you can clearly hear and see the roar of the crowd and watch the sweat dripping off both Coach Steele and Coach Pruitt’s brow - all from the comfort of your recliner.
Upgrade your TV - In football and in life, one of the best motto’s is “Go Big or Go Home.” In the living room, you should be watching the game with 46 inches - minimum. Avoid “ghosting” and bluriness by choosing a TV model with a high refresh rate (120HZ or above). Once you’ve unpacked your new TV, browse over to the CNET Searchable Guide to optimize your viewing settings.
Add a Sound Bar - You’re sure to hear the roar of the crowd while listening to the concerns of the commentators, by upgrading to a sound bar. This is an excellent alternative to higher end surround sounds and offers superior listening quality. It can sit under your TV or be attached to a wall, shelf or table.
Get your Lights in on the Fun
Color changing Wi-Fi powered lighting are the perfect way to add even more team spirit to your home theater. You can synchronize them with your team’s colors and set them to be as subtle or intense as your desire. The OnSwitch app let’s you choose the “Football” setting that will have your whole living room lit up with your colors and even flash whenever the team scores.
Contact John's Electric when you are ready to up your game day and for all of your electrical needs.