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post #61 of 78 Old 08-13-2010, 12:07 PM
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That is looking good, for sure.

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Some new updates
Soffits all done. Colour on the walls and floor going in.










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I'm really liking the flooring! You've made excellent progress, and have really transformed a nightmare of a basement into a major draw for the house.

Well done so far!
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Some updates
Finishing the trim. Bar is ready for finishing and granite.
Heading for the home stretch.

Front wall with TV Wall mount


Screen down






Bar - it will be covered with a white translucent plexiglass to let the light through




All the low voltage wiring



Double doors and equipment closet


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very cool looking build, love the colors!
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That is incredible!

Love the colours and materials!!
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Any conclusion to this? Was just searching and found this thread. Left me hanging.
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IS there more? smile.gif

EluneVision 106" Reference Studio 4K Tab-tensioned - 1.0 Gain, Benq 1070, psb T6, Rotel, OPPO, Velodine (Now),
135" AT screen, JVC-X35, 3x RF82, 3x Emotiva XPA100, Velodine, Rotel, OPPO (Sold with house).
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Any conclusion to this? Was just searching and found this thread. Left me hanging.

Been a while since I updated this thread but ya here are some pics of the finished basement now:














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Beautiful, started reading your thread this morning, and was laughing outloud!!! Before and After job of the year, great work, rally came together nicely
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Those colors are pretty much exactly what I wanted to do. Gray, with a dark gray ceiling in the media area and the merlot doors.

Mind me asking what color grays those are and the brand of paint?

Thanks!

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Curious to know what brand / size of projector screen you used....room looks great.
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Those colors are pretty much exactly what I wanted to do. Gray, with a dark gray ceiling in the media area and the merlot doors.

Mind me asking what color grays those are and the brand of paint?

Thanks!

I should check this thread more often. The gray is called Metropolis and the brand is Benjamin Moore


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Curious to know what brand / size of projector screen you used....room looks great.

Correction screen is 106"... I meant to go 120" originally but had to settle on 106" due to my speaker size.

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Helluva transformation! Really nice job on the finish.

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Phenomenal job and transformation! Congrats on the space! I was looking at your plans, particularly the theater side and impressive for sure!
Am I correct in seeing your screen wall is 13' Wide? I have about the same and happy to see a 120" screen looks great and fits nicely!
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Phenomenal job and transformation! Congrats on the space! I was looking at your plans, particularly the theater side and impressive for sure!
Am I correct in seeing your screen wall is 13' Wide? I have about the same and happy to see a 120" screen looks great and fits nicely!

Correction in my above post - screen is only 106". I really wanted to push for a 120" but that would only be achievable with an acoustically transparent motorized screen, which was out of my price range at the time. Perhaps a future upgrade.
Screen wall is 10-1/2' wide I would go as big as you can fit it. thanks for the compliments, now with the 2 kids here I could never do this project.


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Thanks for clarifying, I was measuring my unfinished 13' screen wall this past weekend, scratching my head wondering how you did it with side room for speakers?! Makes more sense and actually opted out of the 120" for just the same reasons. Going with a fixed 108" Elunivision screen. Should end up with around the same spacing after the framing etc. glad I wasn't going crazy after all. I have a six year old and he drives me nuts enough lol should be an interesting build for me for sure!
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