Home Entertainment Equipment

Home entertainment systems are the various, and often combined, forms of entertainment media that humans use within their homes. The primary purpose of a home entertainment system is to bring joy and enjoyment by delivering quality media content in the form of home cinema, television viewing, videos games, audio, and tape records. Home entertainment systems are diverse and customizable with various shapes, sizes, and qualities dependent on an individual's entertainment desires and disposable income. Over time and with technological advancements, home entertainment has evolved from a lifestyle of radio listening to a culture of flat screens, 3D TV, and even virtual reality. Today, home entertainment systems are not only found in homes but also adjustable for offices and public places like bars and restaurants.

What are the components used in a home entertainment setup?

Components used in a home entertainment setup include a surround sound receiver, a TV or video projector, an antenna, a disc player, and a media streamer. Other components found in a home entertainment setup are a DVD recorder, loud speakers, a subwoofer, connection cables, and a speaker wire.

When did home entertainment become popular?

Home entertainment started to become popular in the 1950s in the United States and other parts of the world. Home entertainment became popular as Kodak 8 mm film, camera, and projector equipment became more affordable. The equipment became the first practical home theater.

What is a home entertainment licensed installer?

A home entertainment licensed installer is a professional responsible for programing multiple remote-control systems and alarm systems, performing all installation work, and mounting televisions on walls. They are highly skilled in theater installations, theater systems, troubleshooting problems with functionality of equipment, and customer service.

Home Entertainment

Nintendo DS Lite
2.9” | 74 mm (Closed); 5.47” | 139 mm (Open)
New Nintendo 3DS
3.17” | 80.6 mm (Closed); 5.89” | 149.5 mm (Open)
Nintendo DS
3.33” | 84.7 mm (Closed); 6.3” | 160 mm (Open)
Nintendo 2DS XL
3.4” | 86.4 mm (Closed); 6.4” | 162.6 mm (Open)
New Nintendo 3DS XL
3.68” | 93.5 mm (Closed); 6.81” | 173 mm (Open)
PlayStation 5
4.1” | 104 mm (Base); 3.6” | 92 mm (Digital)
Nintendo 64
10.23” | 259.8 mm