A single mom, whose husband had already left the house for work, has decided to give her new home theater a try.
The idea was inspired by the experiences of Amy Lees, a single mother in California, who recently purchased a pair of speakers from a local manufacturer.
Lees said she’s also interested in investing in a home theatre for her son’s senior prom, which will be held at a different venue this year.
Leas, who’s a teacher at the University of Texas at Austin, said she decided to look into purchasing a pair for her house after hearing that she had one in her garage and another one in a storage room.
The pair were designed to be easy to assemble and easy to operate.
But Lees noticed that when she went to install them, they weren’t exactly functional.
“I was like, ‘Oh my god, how are they supposed to work?'” she said.
“The wiring was really tight.
You want to be able to turn it on and off and play movies. “
And it’s kind of like the thing that you want to see in a movie theater, the kind of big screen you would see at home movies.
You want to be able to turn it on and off and play movies.
And I think that it’s a big problem with the theater itself.
It’s not really functional.”
Lees’ new purchase was an upgrade from her existing home theater system.
She bought her speakers from an online retailer and has been working on their setup since January.
She said that she was able to purchase speakers with built-in soundbars and has even built her own sound system.
The speakers cost $400.
She plans to use them as part of her home theater for her kids’ prom this fall.
Leans said that the new system will be her first investment in a new home entertainment system.
“But I’ve never done this before,” she said, “and I just want to show the world that it can be done.”
Leas said that her son, who is a sophomore at UT Austin, loves to watch his favorite TV shows on the big screen.
The problem with some new home theaters, she said the older you get the more you want the TV to be in front of you.
“He likes to watch some really great shows,” she told The Hill.
“Like Dexter or Fargo.
And he wants to be part of the family.
So I thought, this is something that’s really cool.”