How to Have a Premiere Audio Video Super Bowl Experience

01/25/2016

After 20 long weeks of games, we’ve narrowed the playing field down to Peyton Manning’s Denver Broncos and Cam Newton’s Carolina Panthers for Super Bowl 50. Assuming you aren’t heading to Santa Clara to watch the game live from Levi’s Stadium, you’ll definitely want a fully equipped home theater for a premiere audio video experience. Here are some tips on how to get the best home theater setup for the big game this year.

Invest in a Large TV: It’s rare that you hear someone complain about getting a TV that’s too big. What is a common regret with people who have invested in a premiere audio video experience is purchasing a TV that’s too small. You’ll want to be sure to have a screen that’s big enough for everyone to see without needing to huddle up close just to be able to see.

Sports Mode: Many modern TVs have a wide variety of picture settings that are advertised as providing optimized viewing experiences for various events. Generally speaking, these modes aren’t usually useful and it’s best to avoid the Sports mode setting for a premiere audio video experience at this year’s Super Bowl. Sports mode does different things on different TVs, but for most TVs, the choice to leave it on movie or cinema mode is usually for the best.

Don’t Forget the Audio: Have you ever watch a game without the audio? The sound of the action and the commentary are an integral part of the premiere audio video experience of the Super Bowl. On top of all that, the half-time show for the Super Bowl tends to get almost as much attention as the game itself. Considering this segment is often a short concert, you’ll want an audio system capable of producing great sound.

As million of Americans gather around their TVs this year to watch the climactic finish to this year’s NFL season, be sure your gathering is a premiere audio video experience. If you need a new home entertainment system for the big game this year, give our experienced team at Premiere Home Entertainment a call at (702) 877-0222.