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Anton van Beek  |  Feb 18, 2012  |  0 comments

If you’re serious about home cinema, you will never be happy with just a living room equipped with a TV and a Blu-ray player, no matter how high quality. The ultimate aim of any home cinema enthusiast must be to own a dedicated media room, designed and built to emulate the theatrical experience. You can pay the professionals thousands of pounds to do the work for you, or you can do it yourself!

Anton van Beek  |  Feb 16, 2012  |  0 comments

When an avid film-watcher came to St Albans-based FAB AV with plans for a cinema room under his roof, it didn’t look like the easiest of installs. Fitting in a 2.37:1 projector screen and seating for three people, and specifying as close to reference-level 7.1-channel sound as could be achieved, would be a challenge. But with the help of an anamorphic lens, FAB AV managed to live up to his lofty ambitions…

Anton van Beek  |  Jan 23, 2012  |  0 comments

There are revolutions in progress going on in the Arab world at the moment, but they’re no more stunning than the work done on this Arabian Nights-themed install by St Albans-based FAB Audio Visual (and not a shot was fired).

Mark Craven  |  Jan 06, 2012  |  0 comments

Face it – your home cinema system may offer spine-tingling sonics and hi-def visuals to die for, but until you’ve got rid of the cable clutter, the mountain of plasticky remote controls and the BD-strewn carpet, some of your friends won’t be impressed. The owners of this gorgeous theatre room in North London won’t have that problem, though...

Mark Craven  |  Nov 20, 2011  |  0 comments

For serious AV-holics a 40in 3DTV just won’t do. The best way (some would say the only way) to watch Full HD 3D Blu-rays is on a projector screen. This is certainly the opinion of the owner of this dedicated movie room, which flaunts JVC’s flagship X9 PJ for full-size 3D thrills.

Anton van Beek  |  Oct 20, 2011  |  0 comments

Designing a home cinema installation can be challenging enough, but having to do the work in a short time really sorts the men from the boys. St Albans-based installer FAB Audio Visual won a CEDIA Award for Best Home Cinema under £40,000 for this stunning system, designed for a client who was big on expectation, but short on time.

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