A shock for all my readers! It seems residents in at a Massachusetts adult community built by Brendon Homes have started getting their retirement benefits in the form of perks. The booming trend of enjoying full-fledged home theater is a living proof of the declaration that I have made.
The well-packaged home theater experience comes with a projector and a sound system that will blow most people away, making you feel young in your old age.
“We’re putting a lot of these systems in for people in retirement communities,” says Dave Lavine of electronics retailer and installation company Percy’s, based in Worcester, MA. “People want to entertain. And many of [them] have never had this stuff, so they want ease of use and small speakers.”
The front cabinet is occupied with a one-piece Bose Lifestyle media center that combines a DVD/CD player, AM/FM radio, amplifier, 200 hours of digital music storage and speakers.
Of course a remote is needed to channel its functioning and to ease the retired people. The small but powerful Bose speakers are on the top shelves, and the center channel hangs from the ceiling.
The ambience that this system provides can land your grandparents in another honeymoon. So, guys keep your spy eye open and enjoy the double-fun.