How are your frames constructed?
While each of our models are built with frames that are unique to their specific design, their core construction is consistent. We use solid woods that are kiln dried, which means they resist warping over time. Kiln drying is a process that remove moisture from the wood, so that the wood retains its shape without cracking or bending. All critical structural joints have an interlocking design, ensuring that the assembly is square and the joints are tight. Each joint is fastened and glued for extra strength and durability. Our frames are designed for a lifetime of durability and enjoyment.
What type of power mechanism do you use?
Our power recline motors and linear actuators originate from Germany, providing the best in quality and perfomance. This means our products recline with a whisper quiet motor that is smooth and quick. These components have been tested over millions of use cases and have proven to be exceptionally reliable and stand the test of time.
Are the seats modular and what does this mean?
Our furniture is modular. This means that each recliner is free-standing and when placed adjacent to each other, they form a row of seats. This is a benefit for several reasons. The first is that you can place as many seats next to each other to form your desired row. Secondly, it enables you to carry and move furniture into your room of choice easily and efficiently. For most of our theater seating models, if your doorway is great than 27 inches, then you can easily bring each seat into the room.
What type of springs are used in your furniture?
Our furniture is built with heavy gauge S shaped sinuous springs. Sinuous springs are two dimensional "S" shaped wires that are fastened to the top of the front rail and run from the front to the back of the furniture every few inches apart. These springs are supported by additional wires that cross from side to side. This spring system offers a very supportive and somewhat softer seat.
What is high density foam?
Foam with high weight per cubic foot, high-density foam has a strong cell structure, which makes the material highly durable and long-lasting. Density indicates quality and durability rather than comfort level. High density foam provides more support and prevent the feeling of "falling through" when you sit. Our high resiliency foam will spring back to its original shape more quickly, hold its shape and last significantly longer over time than conventional foam.
Do you wrap your foam in Dacron?
Dacron is a polyester batting that we use to wrap around our foam seats. It serves a few different purposes, all significant to the look and feel of your cushions. The Dacron is glued and secured to the surface of the cushion to make sure that the wrap does not separate from the cushion. This means that cushions covers will maintain a tight, crisp fit look without any wrinkles. The result is a cushion that is wrinkle-free and has a rounded a softer look.
Do you use gel infused memory foam?
Memory foam offers premium benefits and is an extraordinary material to sit on. First of all, it responds to the shape of your body and will form around you as soon as you sit down. It will give you the right amount of support where needed. So, if you have been experiencing any sort of muscular or joint pain, memory foam toppers are for you. Most of our models use memory foam toppers. The cooling gel captures and distributes heat, allows air flow and helps regulate sitting temperature — keeping you comfortable while you recline.
What is in your seat cores?
In addition to using high density foams, most of our models have pocket coils in the seat cushions, which is a key driver of quality and comfort. These are individually wrapped coils that are grouped and then included in the seat cushion. The longevity of the seat quality is improved using coils over just a foam core that will wear down over years and eventually change shape. With coils, there is less of that risk and it takes its lessons from the mattress market which use a coil concept over a pure foam core. This has proved to be the long term winner in comfort and design.
Do your seats connect to each other?
Our seats are free standing and on average weigh about 120 pounds per seat. Because of this, our seats are free standing and are simply placed next to each other. Once in position they will not move. If you are placing the seats on a wood or tile floor, then some sliding may occur. In this case, we offer a simple and easy seat connector kit that can be purchased from one of our retailers.
Do all seats in the row recline?
Yes, all of our home theater seating models are recliners and recline independently of one another. Our models can be purchased with your choice of power or manual recline. The power recliners have a motor that reclines by the simple touch of a power switch. Our manual recline seats typically use a parachute cord lever. simply release the lever and you can recline back.
Does each power recliner have its own plug?
Yes. Each of our recliners has its own plug, with its power cord measuring around 6 feet long. We recommend using a standard surge protector for each row and plugging that single plug into the outlet if you are low on available outlets.
What is the electricity requirement per motorized seat?
Each seat only requires approximately 1.8 amps. This enables you to use standard wall plugs, residential multi purpose extension cords, and surge protectors.
I received an armless seat, how do I turn the lower LED lights on and off?
An armless seat’s LED baserail light strip connects to the adjacent seat to control the on/off function.