This course is a starting point to learn more about expanding into the lucrative home theater installation business. Students will learn to: create the best home theater viewing experience possible; understand key concepts of home theater, including aspect ratios, resolution, video and audio formats, signal reproduction and power conditioning for components; and realize the features and benefits of different types of speakers, displays, projectors, screens, receivers, amplifiers, power conditioning equipment, and other components.
Students will learn to make sense of the many sources (analog, digital, cable, satellite, and stored media) and their advantages. They will learn about streaming media and the different delivery possibilities including smart TVs, individual players, and online services. Students will also explore a detailed step-by-step system design, installation
- Benefits of home theater
- Technology fundamentals of a home theater system
- Home theater sources
- Audio/video processing
- Video display types
- Audio reproduction
- Control options for a home theater
- How to design a home theater system
- How to install a home theater
What to expect in this course: The presentation includes text, audio, graphics, videos and activities to help you absorb the information presented. Each of the twelve learning units has a short quiz at the end. The course ends with a comprehensive assessment test that you must pass with 70% or greater to complete the course.