Pics of my Home theater.

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Rob Bruce, Dec 11, 2003.

  1. Rob Bruce

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    I finally got a site up detailing my home theater equipment, as well as a few pictures of the equipment cabinet, and tv.
    Home Theater

    There's also a site dedicated to the construction of the entire basement, including all of the in-wall wiring for the HT
    Basement Construction

    Hope you enjoy it [​IMG]
     
  2. James Gumbart

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    Looks nice!

    Do you remember how much it cost to put a new window in the basement?
     
  3. Rob Bruce

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    If memory serves me correctly, it was about $800CAD per window, plus a new window well.
     
  4. James Gumbart

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    That's not too bad at all, I expected it to be much worse.

    Well, I'll call and get my own quote here soon enough...
     
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    Rob,

    Where did you pick up you 567 ?
     
  6. Rob Bruce

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    A Local place here in Calgary, Alberta, called Soundsuround. It was about $5900 Canadian if I remember.

    I love it. The viewing angle is amazing, it's nice and bright, it's perfect.
     
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    What did you use to etch the glass on your computer case? It looks great! Probably a Dremel, but what bit?
     
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    It's acrylic, not glass. Yes, I used a dremel [​IMG] Can't remember the bit exactly. It had a very small, round end.
     

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