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post #751 of 761 Old 02-18-2014, 07:19 PM
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Crazy how it's not even recognizable....LOL

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We're remodeling our full basement but here is the before, during and after pics of the bar area.

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Full Build thread: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1399811/lake-house-basement-need-fresh-ideas
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Nice work on the bar remodel - it fills the space much better and looks a lot more integrated than before. One of my pet peeves are bars that are just 'drop ins' that appear out of place. Part of the trick of having them look integrated is getting stuff on the walls and getting the ceiling redone as you've done. Nice job!

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looks awesome

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Nice looking theatre but why such a relatively small screen? I'd be rocking it wall to wall, as long as you can sit around 1.5 x screen width the picture quality will be excellent with 1080 bluray. I guess you have the option of going larger at some point if you wanted to.
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Nice looking theatre...

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Nice looking theatre but why such a relatively small screen? I'd be rocking it wall to wall, as long as you can sit around 1.5 x screen width the picture quality will be excellent with 1080 bluray. I guess you have the option of going larger at some point if you wanted to.

The wide angle lens is causing a distortion that makes the screen look smaller. It's a 145" scope screen. (133" x 57")

The primary seats (first row) are 138" from the screen. (Eye ball to screen) so for scope I'm at about 1.0 SW and for 16:9 I'm at ~1.4 SW.

AND you are right a good bluray is awesome at this distance....add some great sound and we love this room! smile.gif

Here is a pic for size reference. That's me 6'1" 200#s in the pic.

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Been meaning to post to this thread and finally got around to it. Additional pics can be found in my sig line below.









100" Elite (Sable) fixed mount screen. Fluted casing and Rosettes installed after mounting.
100" Elite (Sable) fixed mount screen (Polk Vanishing Series painted-to-match grilles on). Fluted casing and Rosettes installed after mounting.





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Been meaning to post to this thread and finally got around to it. Additional pics can be found in my sig line below.


Everything looked great until the last picture! Eeeew! tongue.gif


Enjoy your theater. It's very nice!

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I recently spun my room 180 degrees, upgraded to a Seymour AV acoustically transparent screen (115" diagonal), and brought in some new electronics as well. Full details in the build thread in my sig. Still not quite finished, but much better than it was.

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That looks fantastic! I love how dark it is in there. That is my type of place to hang out in.
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