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post #1 of 10 Old 07-01-2014, 06:30 AM - Thread Starter
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Film noir theater

Hello Everyone this is my Home Theater setup call "" FILM NOIR ""

Room sized : 122"W X 145"L X 104"H
Seating distance:9Ft

Equipements:

BenQ W1070
115 DIY Fixed Screen Carl's FlexiWhite
Pioneer VSX-70
XboxONE
PS3
HTPC/XBMC
Dayton ProSUB 1200
Aura Bass Shakers
Polk Audio CS10 Center Chanel with a DIY Stand
:2 Polk Audio TSi300 BLACK Floorstanding Speakers
4 Definitive Technology Pro800

It took me 1 month to put all these together.
I am using moving blanket as blinds, this make the room very dark with no daylight.















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I like your room. It shows what a person can have with a little time and money. (Not sure "cheap" applies with the chairs, sound, game systems and PJ.)
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I like your room. It shows what a person can have with a little time and money. (Not sure "cheap" applies with the chairs, sound, game systems and PJ.)

Thanks!

I Think i should take the word Cheap out....
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I like the blankets or "light reducing acoustic treatments". What percentage of light do they stop? My blackout curtains should be called "somewhat light reducing curtains".
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I like the blankets or "light reducing acoustic treatments". What percentage of light do they stop? My blackout curtains should be called "somewhat light reducing curtains".
About 95%

The Room is always dark even on a bright day in South Florida.

I use the moving blanket on the Door for some what acoustic.


The Film Noir logo was made with acoustic material.
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Good looking room.
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What do you use for ventilation in your media closet? I have a similar setup with my media rack in a closet. My room is upstairs so it gets a bit hot during the summers in TX. I normally don't close the door but it is about 8ft away from the seating area so can't really hear it. How close to the closet are you?
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What do you use for ventilation in your media closet? I have a similar setup with my media rack in a closet. My room is upstairs so it gets a bit hot during the summers in TX. I normally don't close the door but it is about 8ft away from the seating area so can't really hear it. How close to the closet are you?
I am using a Standing fan i bought from target..

When the AC is running the room is cool enough but i thinking of buying Dyson Blade less fan for the media rack.

I leave the closet door closed when i watching a movie or playing games,leave it open when i am done..

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