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3 Screen Options for Your Dream Home Media Room

From Flat-Panel to Projector, Enjoy Big Screen Entertainment

3 Screen Options for Your Dream Home Media Room

A media room is a space where you can enjoy a variety of entertainment. It can be a home theater, but we like to think of media rooms as multipurpose spaces, less formal than the dedicated theater with rows of plush seats. It is also a space likely to be used day and night, as opposed to a darkened home theater that you might not escape to by day. It may be your living or family room too.

So, what kind of screen can you use in your media room? The answer is almost anything goes, as you can go crazy with home theater-scale screens that can be hidden with clever technology. But most people want a large screen in a media room that isn’t crazy, hidden, or otherwise. With that in mind, we’d like to present 3 of today’s best options for home media rooms, ones that are versatile for all types of entertainment from sports to movies. Keep reading below to see what strikes your fancy for your Canton, GA home.

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Sony’s 100-inch TV

Flat-panel TVs just keep getting bigger and better. And one of the biggest and best is Sony’s new XR X92 100-inch 4K LED TV. Flat panels are perfect for media rooms as they are bright and vibrant in almost any room light. This model has a full-array backlight for precise brightness and contrast control. Sony's advanced Cognitive Intelligence takes their industry-leading image processing to new heights, using artificial intelligence techniques to optimized color and contrast for the type of images on the screen. Like most Sony high-end TVs, it's packed with versatile features that make it a great fit for a media room. HDMI 2.1 support means it's ready for your next-generation gaming console with 4K high frame rate gaming. Apple Airplay2 and Google TV facilitate easy screen mirroring and control via your favorite voice assistants. From sports to Netflix binges to Hollywood blockbusters, this TV is ready to entertain.

Epson Short Throw Projector

Ultra-short-throw projectors are another excellent space-efficient large screen option for media rooms. The Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS500 is a perfect example of the best of the breed. It uses 3-chip LCD technology for full RGB color spectrum, and the long-lasting laser lighting source produces an amazing 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio. The LS500 is a complete solution available in 100 and 120-inch ambient light rejecting screens that are usable even in well-lit rooms. The ultra-short-throw design means it can sit on a media cabinet in the front of your media room, and you can enjoy a cinema-sized screen with little intrusion on your space.

Sony 4K Projector

If you like the idea of a full projector for your media room, you can't go wrong with Sony. A projector is still the most cost-effective route to a huge screen. One of the most cost-effective, balancing cost and quality, is Sony's compact VPL-VW325ES. This model can handle up to 200-inch screens, with native 4K resolution, 1500 lumens of brightness, and a host of other features. New for 2021 is Sony's advanced X1 processor specifically tuned for projectors to enhance HDR processing for an incredibly vivid picture. Pair it with a disappearing screen like the motorized Zero-G from Screen Innovations for an elegant media room that's ready for big-screen entertainment in seconds.


Ready to build your dream media room in your Canton home? Visit our Marietta showroom, contact us here, or click the chatbox below to quickly connect with one of our home entertainment experts. We look forward to working with you!

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