In the past, we’d discussed in detail the necessary design elements of a home theater. From the technical aspects of the project, like speaker placement and the optimal seating configuration. But what if you don’t have the space for a dedicated home theater or can’t stand the idea of living through another renovation project? The good news is the experts at Audio Den can repurpose nearly any space in your Long Island, New York home as a multi-purpose media room. Read on to learn more about our creative approach to adding televisions and projection screens that seamlessly blend with your décor.
LP collectors all over the world often struggle with the same problem – where to store your ever-growing collection. Beginner collectors may be fine with one box or crate in their bedroom but serious audiophiles need expansive space to hold their equipment and records. Aside from actual square footage, collectors also need storage solutions that have the ability to hold a large number of LPs without space or weight limits. Anyone who has ever had to move his or her record collection knows the familiar lower-back pain that comes with the process.
There are plenty of great storage solutions out there in every different price range. And as collecting LPs becomes popular again, there will only be more options to come. From simple wood or plastic crates to elaborate spinning displays, there are lots of ways for fans to stash their vinyl. But before you run and grab the credit card, assess your collection and home space before you buy. Someone with a couple of Simon and Garfunkel records may not need as elaborate of a set-up as someone who has been collecting since the folk duo first premiered.