While most of the time you can’t really change the length of the wires, using short wires can be very useful. When you have an option of choosing the length, always use shorter wires – which can result in less tangling and more manageable experience. Your wiring expert can help you shorten the length and use the space effectively.
Use wire tacks and ties
Wire accessories can give your home theatre and its surrounding an awesome look. Wire tacks and ties can help clump the wires together, or arrange them in a particular way. They prevent disorganization of wires and their spreading. Wire raceways are great too. You can run the wires inside a hollow space and almost look wireless. The raceways can be of different colours, and you can choose the one that matches with your wall or cabinet colour.
Pass them through a closet/ cabinet
You can also have a small closet or cabinet for all your wires. Just pull them together, drill a hole in the cabinet or the closet, and push them in. You can also have a separate cabinet built for the purpose. You can place this behind or beside your home theatre and can use it for other purposes too (e.g. place a decorative or a utility item on it). However, always be careful with the placing, to ensure sound and picture quality are not affected.
Having your own home theatre saves you time and money especially if you are not an outgoing person.