When you are designing your home theater room, don’t forget one of the most important parts-the seating! Audio Advice is proud to feature theater seats from Salamander, CinemaTech, and United Leather. If you’re designing a dedicated home theater room, you’ll want at least a row or two of theater seats. Theater seating from our suppliers can start out as little as around $800 per seat and go up from there. We’ve even got options for custom seat widths and back heights!
There are many seat covering options available, from highly durable fabrics to the finest quality leathers. Most companies also offer options for drink holders and motorized reclining. We highly recommend incorporating these two. If you have children, it’s likely their friends will be coming over to use the theater and making your home the neighborhood hang out. (Take it from me-that’s a good thing!)
Flexible Seating Set-Up
Something you may want to consider if this is the case is modular seating. It’s far easier to fit 10 small kids on a big sectional than in four theater seats. Some of our brands even allow you to start out with theater chairs you can group together without the arm rests in between. When the kids get older, you can add the arm rests and have your theater chairs! Other brands, such as Cinematech even have some great sectional options designed from the ground up by a company who understands theater seating.
We invite you to visit our showrooms and sit in our samples of theater seating. We’re sure you will find something that fits your style and budget. We’ve got lots of models set up in our showrooms for you to experience.
We’ve gotten new models in from both Salamander and Cinematech that are becoming very popular. The new Salamander TS3 series offers several layouts with very nice quiet motors that price out at around $1350 per seat. These are part of a market test to Audio Advice and a few other dealers around the country, so unfortunately, they are not on Salamander’s web site yet, but you have to try these out, they are great for the money.
Cinematech has long been our favorite when price is no object. You can sit in a Cinematech chair for hours and hours and get up feeling refreshed. They have just launched a new chair that comes in at $1995 per seat. Its motorized and has a feature they are famous for, their articulating headrest.
We have both the Salamander and Cinematech examples in both our locations along with other models from both of them.
What’s the best layout?
The most common question we get asked is about risers. Using risers will allow you to fit more people into a room where they all can have a great view of the screen and can hear all of the movie sound effects. We can work with you to design the best riser size and height for your room to make it fit with either your existing environment or one you are planning.