Home Theater Seating



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One thing that makes a home theater better than the local Cineplex is home theater seating. Gone are the sticky floors and narrow, under-upholstered seats and in are some of the most cushy, reclining, relaxing, back-friendly chairs and sofas you have ever seen. Most home theater seating is made in America and can be very customized to the needs of your room. While cup holders are somewhat clich�d, other features like electric reclining seats add to the luxury of your home theater system.

While historically home theater seating was mostly in leather or velour, nearly every company in the business today has a wide range of fabric and color options. Most will also let you bring your own fabric or leather.

Some popular seating companies include CINEAK, Acoustic Innovations, Continental Seating, Salamander Designs, and CinemaTech.

Read a review of CINEAK's Bruges chair from HomeTheaterReview.com.


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