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1. Even the first row seems too far from the screen, assuming the screen is behind the curtain rather than dropping down in front of the "stage." I'd hate to try to seriously watch a movie from the back of that room.
2. The speakers are well hidden, to the point where one questions their existence. Particularly surrounds.
3. It's another CEPro article that fails to deliver. I shouldn't be surprised.
4. I'll bet plenty that this is not where the Obamas do, or the Bushes before them did most of their movie watching. There's got to be a nice 60" plasma with a decent audio system in the family living quarters. And it probably handily outperforms whatever is in this "home theater." This facility is part of the White House's normal and expected functionality as a social site, and is certainly not a "home theater" in the sense that we use the term here. It's not in the part of the White House that's actually anybody's "home."
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