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Wow, that looks amazing.
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Fastest, easiest build I have ever seen. All done in one post.

Very nice room. Love the look of everything.
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Fastest, easiest build I have ever seen. All done in one post.

Very nice room. Love the look of everything.

Hehe...well...it took me actually two weeks to do it with extensive help of some contractors. And all equipment and furniture was ordered in advance so I got it delivered just a few days after basement was completely finished.
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What type of sub floor did you use?
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What type of sub floor did you use?

I used DRIcore.
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I used DRIcore.

Thats what I thought. I'm looking to use the same and looks like it went togther nice,flat and tight for you.

That TV just pops in that room. Awesome job.
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Thats what I thought. I'm looking to use the same and looks like it went togther nice,flat and tight for you.

That TV just pops in that room. Awesome job.

Thanks. Yes, DRIcore does pretty good job, the floor is nice and flat, it feels warm as well. So far I like it very much.
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Just added one more picture showing my four in-ceiling surround speakers.
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Randallco, can you tell me where the Yamaha NS-IC800 were made in? Thanks!
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Randallco, can you tell me where the Yamaha NS-IC800 were made in? Thanks!

Mine have "Made In Indonesia" on the box.
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Thanks for checking! I'm deciding what speakers to use in my family room that will also have a screen and projector (my thread on that is here: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1399916.

I was looking at the Paradigm AMS-100Rs (made in Canada), for the surround and rear lefts/rights. My goal is to buy speakers not made in china, staying below 1000 for the surround/rears. But the Yamaha are now an option for me. May I ask why you did not go with Paradigm in-ceilings and with the Yamaha's?
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Thanks for checking! I'm deciding what speakers to use in my family room that will also have a screen and projector (my thread on that is here: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1399916.

I was looking at the Paradigm AMS-100Rs (made in Canada), for the surround and rear lefts/rights. My goal is to buy speakers not made in china, staying below 1000 for the surround/rears. But the Yamaha are now an option for me. May I ask why you did not go with Paradigm in-ceilings and with the Yamaha's?

Well...originally I wanted Paradigm ADP-190s for surrounds...but then I decided to go with in-ceiling ones...and Yamaha's with swivel tweeters were cheaper than Paradigms and they are good enough for me.
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