Explore the Options in the Latest Home Cinemas
In San Diego, CA, we’re fortunate to have some of the best entertainment in the nation within easy reach. From the Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas to Rooftop Cinema Club, each venue offers something unique for those who enjoy movie watching at its best.
But what if you could experience this level of entertainment at home? Walk down the hallway and open the doors to an immersive cinematic experience. In this room, the audio and visuals are so real and the environment so relaxing, they allow you to suspend your disbelief and enter another world. Thanks to our home theater design team, you can.
At One Touch Living, we've designed and installed customized, one-of-a-kind home theaters for over 20 years. From multi-use media rooms to dedicated home cinemas, each is created to fit your exact vision and lifestyle.
Let’s discover how we create the lifelike images, surround sound, and personalized seating that envelops you.
Thanks to modern technology, private cinemas are more versatile than ever!
TAGS: 4K | Home Theater Installation | Immersive Audio
Picture a home theater in your mind. What do you see? Big, plush seats? A large-format screen and a few surround sound speakers arranged throughout the room? The image of a classic movie theater is pretty indelible, but thanks to modern components it’s no longer the only way to enjoy high-quality versions of your favorite movies, shows, sports, and more. Today, 4K TVs, wireless audio components, and other smart devices mean your San Diego, CA home theater design can be a versatile space for your whole family to enjoy. Ready to learn more? Keep reading.
Formats like Dolby Atmos sound bigger than life. But they also change the rules of home theater design acoustics.
TAGS: Dolby Atmos | Immersive Audio
Immersive audio is one of the most exciting developments to hit home theater design in decades. With a system as small as 5.1.2, your San Diego, CA, private cinema can sound like the local megaplex. But formats like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X rely on audio reflections to achieve the desired effect. How does that impact traditional acoustic design, speaker placement, and other factors? Find out below.