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My Theater Room

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by elijah_true, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. elijah_true

    elijah_true Extra

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    I just finished my stand alone theater room, I wanted to let everyone know (brag a little). I did all the moulding and painting myself. The room is 15 x 16. Pics to come a little bit later


    Equipment Specs:

    92" carada 16 X 9 Screen
    4 Electric Theater Chairs (soon to be 6 -10)
    Onkyo SR-504
    Klipsch SLX (set of 5)
    Klipsch RW-10D
    Mitsubishi HC4900
    Control 4 system (Whole House)
    PS3 (Blu-ray)
    Toshiba A30 (HD-DVD)
    Comcast HD DVR Cabel Box


    My equipment is in a separate closet 20 feet away. I am so excited I have not left the room in a few days. I welcome any tips, suggestions or criticism.

    Here are the pics, let me know what you think

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  2. Asahikasei

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    Looks good to me.
     
  3. elijah_true

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    Does anyone know why I cant attach pictures? These MBs have an attachment place, but when I do it says upload errors.
     
  4. Robert_J

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    You have to have a minimum number of posts (10 or 20) to attach pics. Keeps the spammers busy. An easier way would be to host them at Flickr or Photo Bucket and put them inline with the post using the IMG tag. The Bucket provides that tag at the bottom of each picture. Just copy/paste it into your post here.

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  5. elijah_true

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    Here are the pics, let me know what you think

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  6. Scott_Sylke

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    Just curious, what's the white paint in the corner of the wall/ceiling above each speaker? Was this a result of running wires that you are still fixing or are you prepping for some sort of acoustical treatment?
     
  7. elijah_true

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    Hehe, no it is just from the wires, I was lazy. It is repainted now!
     
  8. Scott_Sylke

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    So, exactly what was done to make those markings? How were the wires run?
     
  9. elijah_true

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    Well, this is on the 2nd floor or my house and has a vaulted ceiling. The crawl space above this room is very very limited (about 12") So we ran the wires on the soffits. We also used that hole to pull the wires to where the speakers are. I have my equipment room 40 ft from theater room in a separate ventilated closet. It was the only and easiest thing I can could do. Maybe not the most professional.
     

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