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#1 of 47 OFFLINE   Paul James

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Posted August 22 2006 - 11:58 AM

It's finished finally!

http://www.users.big...s2/pics/ht1.jpg

http://www.users.big...s2/pics/ht2.jpg

http://www.users.big...s2/pics/ht3.jpg

http://www.users.big...s2/pics/ht4.jpg

Paul


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#2 of 47 OFFLINE   Andy Bell

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Posted August 22 2006 - 01:54 PM

Paul,

VERY NICE! You should be very proud of your theater.

Andy

#3 of 47 OFFLINE   andySu

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Posted August 23 2006 - 12:53 AM

Paul

Very impressive, the simplicity of it all is very pleasing and I wouldn’t mind dropping over if you only lived down the road from me. I like the lighting in the ceiling very chic.

#4 of 47 OFFLINE   JeremyErwin

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Posted August 23 2006 - 09:47 AM

Impressive, Most Impressive.

#5 of 47 OFFLINE   corona13

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Posted August 23 2006 - 02:04 PM

that is one of the best I have seen yet! How about some before pics of the constuction process?

Great job man...much respect

#6 of 47 OFFLINE   corona13

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Posted August 25 2006 - 12:28 AM

Couple quick questions.

Did you fill your stage with sand or insulation?

I am going to make a stage and it seems people fill it in with something.

Also, what is the name of your paint on the walls. That color is great and seems like it would work awesome for a HT.

Great job, again Paul. I hope my HT comes out 1/2 as nice as yours!

#7 of 47 OFFLINE   Matt^Brown

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Posted August 25 2006 - 12:37 AM

Congratulations on a job well done. It looks amazing.
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#8 of 47 OFFLINE   Paul James

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Posted August 25 2006 - 08:22 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by corona13
Couple quick questions.

Did you fill your stage with sand or insulation?

I am going to make a stage and it seems people fill it in with something.

Also, what is the name of your paint on the walls. That color is great and seems like it would work awesome for a HT.

Great job, again Paul. I hope my HT comes out 1/2 as nice as yours!

Thanks for the kind comments everyone. The front stage is filled with sand, also the colours used are in the taubmans www.603010.com.au 'urban stone' range, the ceiling is 'mojo' flat black, the walls are 'apium', the side pillars are 'urban ease'.

Paul

#9 of 47 OFFLINE   Paul James

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Posted August 25 2006 - 08:38 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by corona13
that is one of the best I have seen yet! How about some before pics of the constuction process?

Great job man...much respect

Here are a few pics of the construction process.....

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Paul

#10 of 47 OFFLINE   Ricardo C

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Posted August 27 2006 - 07:41 AM

One of the most beautiful HTs I've seen yet Posted Image
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#11 of 47 OFFLINE   David Noll

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Posted August 30 2006 - 07:40 AM

Very well done, Paul. I, too, like the colors and simplicity. Now, like I tell everyone when they finish their theater, make sure you take time to sit back and enjoy it!!!

David

#12 of 47 OFFLINE   Jerome Grate

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Posted August 31 2006 - 04:05 AM

SWEEEEET.
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#13 of 47 OFFLINE   eldonF

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Posted August 31 2006 - 04:12 AM

Very Nice. Can you tell me how you constructed the panels on the wall and if the panels are effective. Fantastic Job!!

#14 of 47 OFFLINE   Paul James

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Posted August 31 2006 - 08:44 AM

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Very Nice. Can you tell me how you constructed the panels on the wall and if the panels are effective. Fantastic Job!!
Thanks, I bought 20 x StudioCEL acoustic foam panels (600mmx600mm) and then mounted them on 1200mmx600mmx9mm ply, covered them in fabric and then mounted them around the room like a picture. They work a treat.

http://i21.ebayimg.c...2/5a/df_1_b.JPG

http://www.users.big...s2/pics/ht5.jpg

http://www.users.big...s2/pics/ht4.jpg

Paul

#15 of 47 OFFLINE   pearlyred

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Posted September 02 2006 - 09:23 PM

Wow! That is such an awesome looking room to enjoy movies in. I just mentioned to the Mrs that the next time we move house we need to ensure theres enough room to build a dedicated HT room but she wasn't keen. I then mentioned that if we were to do that she'd be able to put a TV back in the living room (where the new HT currently is) and BITE! LOL.

So, sorry to ask Newb questions, but what are those panels FOR exactly? Not just looks?

Cheers
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#16 of 47 OFFLINE   Paul James

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Posted September 03 2006 - 12:34 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by pearlyred
Wow! That is such an awesome looking room to enjoy movies in. I just mentioned to the Mrs that the next time we move house we need to ensure theres enough room to build a dedicated HT room but she wasn't keen. I then mentioned that if we were to do that she'd be able to put a TV back in the living room (where the new HT currently is) and BITE! LOL.

So, sorry to ask Newb questions, but what are those panels FOR exactly? Not just looks?

Cheers
PR
Hi, thanks for the comments, as for the panels they are acoustic foam covered in material, the purpose is to 'deaden' the room somewhat, otherwise a room with just plasterboard walls would be to live and sound harsh. The foam panels absorb & diffuse the sound so the room sounds alot better. Hope that helps.

Paul

#17 of 47 OFFLINE   WilliamG

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Posted September 06 2006 - 02:13 PM

That's absolutely beautiful! I'm in the planning stage right now ...
Could you tell me what the dimensions are of your room? How far back is your seating from the screen? Your ceiling height? And lastly, your back row riser height?

Sorry for so many questions, but I'm gathering as much info as I can! Posted Image

#18 of 47 OFFLINE   Paul James

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Posted September 06 2006 - 08:06 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by WilliamG
That's absolutely beautiful! I'm in the planning stage right now ...
Could you tell me what the dimensions are of your room? How far back is your seating from the screen? Your ceiling height? And lastly, your back row riser height?

Sorry for so many questions, but I'm gathering as much info as I can! Posted Image

Thanks for the comments, the room is 6.3m long, 3.7m wide and standard 2.4m height. The back row riser is 300mm high, the first row of seats are about 4.5m from the screen. Cheers,

Paul

#19 of 47 OFFLINE   James D S

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Posted September 18 2006 - 09:02 AM

Paul,

Great room! So clean and sleek.

If you don't mind, what color did you use for your walls? It's a great compliment to your furniture.

#20 of 47 OFFLINE   Paul James

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Posted September 18 2006 - 03:00 PM

Thanks, the colour is 'apium' on the Taubmans range. Go to www.603010.com.au and it's in the urban stone range.

Paul


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