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post #1 of 6 Old 08-22-2013, 08:21 PM - Thread Starter
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If so, what did you use, and how did you hang it? My daughter is thinking of using some sort of fabric/cloth to cover her basement ceiling joists, etc. instead of finishing it. Thanks.
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Livingroom ceiling and wall treatment

Will be adding pictures to the above link tomorrow which will include the wall covering as it is when using the projector.

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The TRUTH in your theater is determined by your EYES and EARS. Not how many specifications you can rattle off. Not in how much money your last piece of equipment cost. Not in your post count. The longer I'm here the better I understand why you all have to ask your wife for permission on what you're allowed to place in YOUR house.
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Shag carpet ceiling? Groovy!

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Not shag, it's a fabric that's folded like a paper fan all over the walls and ceiling.

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Not on the ceiling, but I used some dense drapery fabric around the screen. You want to use something that is dense and non reflective.
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