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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Glenise, Dec 13, 2001.
Boy, thats one sexy exit sign...
Glenise-- How much did you pay for it?
Not to much I hope; the same one can be found on ebay for $8
Glenise, that looks spiffy! I added one to my room, too, just to provide one more bit of authenticity to my theater.
Your room is coming along nicely. I may have to look you up next time we visit Atlanta. When I lived in Anniston, Ala., 10 years ago I used to pop over to Atlanta all the time to spend too much money at Laserdisc Enterprises. Are those guys still around?
Keep up the good work.
I paid $14.91 from Home Depot.
This is the least expensive one from Home Depot.
Lowes has a similar one for $19.00.
The nice thing about Home Depot or Lowes is that if it doesn't work you can exchange it or get your money back.
I think it's work paying $14.91 from Home Depot instead of Ebay.
I feel more confident buying this from HD.
Here's more info about the exit sign from HD.
Lithonia Lighting exit sign (Home Depot sku 718016)
I'm cheap, so I think $14.91 is a great price from a great place.
I'm from Atlanta so I love Home Depot.
I only buy certain things from Ebay. (old pc software that been discontinued).
I got some cheap software by Macromedia www.macromedia.com for $5.00 from Ebay.
Director 4.0 for $5.00 and the current version, 8.0 costs $1000.
Yes, I loved Laserdisc Enterprises and purchased 98% of my laserdisc collection from them.
Check this out.
After laserdiscs started fizzing out, they changed the store name to Access DVD.
Once they became Access DVD, they started selling 90% DVDs and 10% laserdiscs.
Then, they remodeled the store and started doing Home Theater installations only and changed the store name to Georgia Home Theater.
You have to check out the new store.
They have two dedicated rooms that are awesome.
One room is red with real theater seats.
The other room is a brown color.
All of the rooms are nice.
They have a very nice water fountain in the lobby when you first walk in.
Glenise, thanks for the update. I will certainly visit Georgia Home Theater next time I'm in the neighborhood -- maybe in the new year.
I, too, have given Home Depot (and Lowe's, too) a lot of business. Keep posting your progress, and enjoy yourself. You'll be spinning DVDs in no time.
The theater in finally finished but my digital camera takes pictures way too dark.
I'll have to borrow a cousin's 35mm and hope that takes pictures decent enough to post.