The art of making your whole system sound great.
There’s more to getting the home theater of your dreams than piecing together a bunch of equipment. First, you have to get everything assembled and connected correctly. Then, you’ve got to make sure that all of the settings are correct and adjust your gear so that it reproduces your material the way it was intended. This is the process of calibration. Proper calibration is the final step that can make your home theater perform its best.
Calibration can compensate for variations in the equipment itself and—probably more importantly—for environmental factors. The chief environmental factor that can influence your home theater’s performance is the room itself. Some of the most important factors that affect the final performance of your theater are room acoustics, seating location, speaker placement, and the amount of ambient sound.
Goal elements are functions of designs & calibration elements