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Basement Family Room

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Justification, Sep 7, 2006.

  1. Justification

    Justification Auditioning

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    Hey All,
    Newbie here Just showing off my (what I thought was finished) basement project.
    Running a Sharp XV-Z10000 DLP to a 87X49 inch Dalite Tensioned Cosmopolitan. Receiver is a Denon AVR 5803 feeding RBH Speakers 616s as front channels and K6's in the walls as surrounds and rear channels plus two sub woofers. Currently running a Denon DVD2200 DVD player, but now need to research which HD DVD player to replace it with.
    The following link gets a picture of where the screen is hidden when not in use. It is a fairly large picture that I didn't want taking up the thread.
    http://home.earthlink.net/imagelib/s...target=tlx_new

    And the screen down.
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    I had originally painted the walls a dark ivory, but it was too light and repainted it in a burgandy
    Here is a shot from the far end of the pool room that flows to the theater.
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  2. DelRay

    DelRay Stunt Coordinator

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    Very nice and clean setup. That wall unit looks awesome. [​IMG] Did you do your own woodwork? Cool pooltable BTW.
     
  3. kebo67

    kebo67 Auditioning

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    very classy, love the wall unit.
     
  4. Gordman

    Gordman Auditioning

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    Very nice indeed... How long did it take you to finish this room? I like the classic style, and the massive wood pool table. I am thinking to have a game room myself and these details could be a great help for me.
     

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