Private theater professionals share a singular goal: To have the opportunity to provide our best efforts to as many appreciative clients as possible.
Most of us understand that it is easy to overwhelm clients with too much information. But how do our clients know that we are making the right recommendations if we don’t substantiate them?
Sam Cavitt breaks down the significant influence that flooring can have on the performance of a private theater.
For a smaller room, a 5.1.2 configuration may be perfect. But a large room may require 24.1.10. The point is that the channels are now there when you need them.
The following is a recommendation of how to influence architects to consider a dedicated theater room early in the design phase.
Aside from the obvious goal of creating an environment that provides entertainment, excitement, and fun, the objective of designing a private theater should be to produce a room that supports the accurate reproduction of audio and video.
In the design and engineering of a private theater, when is it appropriate to take it “to the Nth degree?” This is the question that was recently posed to us by one of our most valued integrator clients.
Designing private theaters is a great business.
We often hear comments like, “What’s the big deal, it is supposed to be a dark room anyway” or “The lighting design has already been done by the interior designer.”
Our industry is wrought with buzzwords
and acronyms, and “turnkey” is a term
that has been thrown about for a long
Doug Henderson (left) president of Bowers & Wilkins Group North America, and Joe Atkins, Bowers & Wilkins global CEO, invited consumer and t...
Upon arrival, guests experienced Bowers & Wilkins Automotive products in BMW, McLaren, and Volvo cars (the Maserati wasn’t available...
Bowers & Wilkins North America president Doug Henderson show demonstrates how to open the door on the McLaren.
Bowers & Wilkins speakers in the McLaren.
Bowers & Wilkins North America president Doug Henderson shows off the company’s vintage living room space, which featured vintage ge...
Part of the Bowers & Wilkins vintage living room space is this collection of LP covers that represent a seminal album from each of the com...
Bowers & Wilkins had to purchase much of the gear in its museum because most discontinued products were not kept over the last 50 years.
Words to live by from Bowers & Wilkins founder John Bowers
A timeline of Bowers & Wilkins’ product and company history
Senior product manager Andy Kerr and head of research Martial Rousseau from the U.K. Bowers & Wilkins office. They were showing off the ne...
The turbine head for the 800 D3 houses the mid-range speakers.
Senior product manager Andy Kerr holds up the very heavy solid-body turbine head.
A look at the company’s flagship products through its 50-year history
To show off the company’s legendary diamond tweeter dome, one was encased in plastic to protect the brittle material. The tweeter domes ...
Bowers & Wilkins’ new demo room showcases its new flagship 800 D2 speakers, which are the outcomes of one of the company’s mos...
The silver 6-inch FST midrange drive unit of the 800 D3 uses Bower & Wilkins’ new proprietary Continuum woven material. Developed af...
Bower & Wilkins’ showcases its in-wall speakers in this space.
Bower & Wilkins’ legendary Nautilus is 17 years old but just as contemporary now as it was then.
A wall plaque in the “Nautilus demo room” itemizing the price of the system
A theater demo showcasing the flexibility of 800 D2 speakers
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