Do you want to have your very own gamer’s room? One thing is for sure; it is not just about having a big screen and the latest console. There are lots of other things that are needed to be taken into consideration.
Tips to Make Gamer's Room :
1. Size of the Room
There is no hard and fast rule about how big your gamer’s room should be. However, you need to make sure that it is not too big or small. You have a screen and sitting arrangements to place in that room.
At the same time, you will need some space to move around. Also, your couch or recliner needs to be a little away from the screen. If your room is too small, it’ll be difficult for you to accommodate other people there. For instance, your friends or siblings may drop bin time to time.
Make sure to have enough space for them as well. However, a larger room is also not recommended for gaming. It’ll be more distracting. You really don’t need an indoor football stadium to place your TV, console,and couch.
2. Have some Quality Speakers
The sound system is also important for your overall gaming experience provided that you have dedicated an entire room for gaming. If you don’t have a good sound system, the whole effort will be ruined.
There are loads of sound systems available in the market for passionate gamers including the 2.1, 5.1, 7.1 and 9.1 channels. You can look out for the wireless speaker systems that will keep your gaming station neat and well organized.
3. Have some Quality Speakers
Passionate gamers spend hours in front of their TV screen having their favorite game up and running. While the whole experience is all too exciting, it comes with some concerns as well. Long hours on the couch can also lead to severe back pain in the long run. So make sure that you buy a good quality recliner to sit on. This will definitely make you feel all comfy and set for a day-long gaming session.
4. Soundproof your Gamer’s Room
While you fight Eden’s Gate to protect the innocent civilians of Hope County in Far Cry 5, there will be lots of gunfire and explosions. Sounds exciting? Well, your parents or neighbors may not think so. Make sure that you are not causing any disturbance to peace in your neighborhood by making too much noise.
So soundproof your room properly. You can hire a contractor for the job or go DIY. You can use insulating foams or drywalls to soundproof your room. Some people also prefer using additional frames on the walls and ceiling. This restricts the noise within the room.
5. Choose your Screen
You can either go for a high resolution LED TV or a projector for your gamer’s room. If it is an LED TV, you will get stuck with a specific screen size. But with the projector, you can always adjust the size and distance from your sitting arrangement.
Regardless of what device you are going for; make sure that it has multiple ports. You will need them to connect your console, speaker,and any other devices.
6. Organize the Wiring
You will have dozens of wires connecting your speaker, console, TV and other devices in your gaming station. Make sure that these wires are well attended. Otherwise, someone can get entangled, fall and get hurt. Also, your room will look all messy if the wires are all over the floor. That should not be the case. Put the wires under the carpet or tie them up. You can also put them behind the shelves so that they will remain all covered.
7. Keep an Eye on the Lighting
Lighting may seem less important to many when it comes to a gamer’s room. But in reality, this is a very important part of your overall gaming experience.
However, if you are using a projector, keep the room completelythe dark. This ensures better visibility. In the case of a TV, make sure that there is no light at the opposite side of the screen.
Have multiple lighting sources available in your room. This way you will be able to adjust the whole lighting system the way you want to.
8. Go for a Wireless Router
Now I am not talking about the one you may have already for internet connectivity. If you want to play online, you should have a wireless router dedicated to gaming.
This way your internet speed will not get interrupted when you’ll play online. Also, time to time you’ll definitely need internet for updating game settings and other options.
9. Ensure Proper Cooling Facility
The doors and windows are closed and all kinds of electronic gadgets are running around you. Naturally, your room temperature will elevate.
If you have more people inside, this will make things worse. Because the human body itself is a massive heat generating machine. So make sure that you have a proper cooling system installed in your gamer’s room.
This may sound expensive but if you really want to have the ultimate gaming experience, go for it. Get extra fans in the room. That should help you out with the cooling system as well.
It will take some planning and investment if you want to have a proper gamer’s room. But down the line, you’ll experience something special if you’rereally passionate about your gaming.
Having good internet connectivity, proper sound and lighting system and the right sitting arrangements is a must. Don’t ignore to make it comfortable for your co-gamers or spectators as well.