Ever thought about how to make your life less complicated? If you’re like us at Elite Sound & Cinema, we always perk up when we hear the words “life” and “easier” in the same sentence. Think about this: Not having to remember which input that DVD player goes to. Your exterior lights coming on automatically at sunset and off at midnight. Press one button and all the lights in your room come on, instead of just one. And if you forget to turn a light off, grab your phone and take care of it on the go. All of these things and more can be done to make your life, well, a little easier. All you have to remember is one thing: Elite Sound & Cinema, Tulsa’s finest home and entertainment experts.
Wolf Cinema is highly regarded as one of the premier manufacturers of cinema projectors. Known for their film like image quality and incredible 3D technology, Elite Sound and Cinema is proud to be able to offer this product to the Tulsa area. Elite Sound and Cinema looked long and hard for a top teir solution in a projector, so when the opportunity to partner with Wolf Cinema arose, we seized the day, so to speak. Wolf offers many advantages over other projectors on the market such as constant image height, glass lenses, lens memory so you can produce 1.78:1, 1.85:1, 2.35:1 and 2.40:1 aspect properly without a separate anamorphic lens, Xenon bulbs, all metal chassis, near silent operation and one of the best images with the most accurate colors and deepest black levels you’ve ever seen. And we haven’t even mentioned the 3D part yet, which adds that extra little something to draw you in. And show off to your friends. Whatever suits you. Tulsa’s finest projection images are now from Wolf Cinema at Elite Sound and Cinema. Oh, and if you don’t understand all those technical features listed above, we’ll be happy to explain those in a much easier way. We’re cool like that.
LED TV – Home Theater Tulsa
LED TVs area type of LCD TV available in the home theater Tulsa market. LED, or light-emitting diode, is actually the latest back-light technology to hit the LCD scene. There are a few different techniques used in LED. They are full-array LED, edge-lit LED and dynamic ’local dimming’ LED. Full-array lighting places LEDs behind the screen in a grid pattern to produce an image. This allows the TV to dim certain LEDS for better contrast ratios. Edge-lit TVs have placed LEDs around the frame of the TV with the light directed toward the center of the screen to produce it’s image. Dynamic LEDs use a method of back-lighting that allows dimming of specific areas of darkness. This can produce an image with truer blacks and whites at much higher contrast ratios. Continue reading
LCD TV – Home Theater Tulsa
Consumers have several choices when it comes to purchasing an HDTV in thehome theater Tulsa market. We will be covering different types of HDTVs and the advantages and disadvantages of each one. Let’s discuss LCD or liquid crystal display televisions. LCDs are the most widely produced and sold TV display type available in the home theater Tulsa market. LCDs use back-light technology and the most common one is CCFL or cold cathode fluorescent lamps. Continue reading
Plasma TVs – Home Theater Tulsa
Plasma TVs use a technology that has small cells containing electrically charged ionized gases, more commonly known as fluorescent lamps. The back of each cell is coated with a phosphor (red, green or blue). The phosphors light up evenly across the screen to produce an image. This technology produces a consistently bright, clear image which has vibrant colors. This type of TV is widely available in the home theater Tulsa market. Continue reading
RPTV – Home Theater Tulsa
Until about 2005 RPTV or rear-projection TV technology provided the most affordable consumer big screen tvs available. Modern RPTV has been commercially available since the 1970s in the home theater tulsa market. However the older models could not match the image clarity of direct view CRT. Current models of RPTV have improved immensely, providing a cost effective HDTV large-screen display. Continue reading