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post #1081 of 1097 Old 09-08-2014, 09:00 PM
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Finished my room this summer but just got around to taking photos. No stage, no soffits, no columns. I wanted the room to be elegant yet minimalist. I also wanted a fabric ceiling since I haven't seen many on here. Room is 19' x 12' with a false wall and an acoustically transparent screen. There was a small bay window in the back of the room that I converted into a storage shelf for media, a few small tools, my calibration equipment, extra cables, and blankets for cold guests.





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Looks great! I am also planning on a fabric ceiling... How did you attach yours to the ceiling? Did you wrap panels and then use construction adhesive?

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Looks great! I am also planning on a fabric ceiling... How did you attach yours to the ceiling? Did you wrap panels and then use construction adhesive?
Yes. And nails. It was pretty difficult to be honest. If I could go back and do it over again, I would use the Fabricmate track instead of building panels. The room was pretty out of square so fitting the panels up there was tough. After building them and test fitting them, I had to go back and trim around the edges of a few of them before wrapping them in fabric and tacking them up there. I took some pictures in my build thread.
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Theater (mostly) finished this week!

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Nice! Looks about the same size as mine. A very comfortable space.

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Another beautiful home theater!!!

...finally retired and spending time in my HT!!!

My equipment consists of: Epson 9500 UB Projector(Avical ISFd); 110" JKP Affinity Screen; Panny BD30 Player, Tosh HDA1 Player; Definitive Speakers (Center, Towers, Rear); Onkyo 608 A/V Receiver; Nevo Q50 Remote; TWC DVR-HD Cable Box; 5 Bello chairs.
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Thanks guys! I can't believe it's finally done!
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That very question was asked in the post immediately following the one you quoted

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What an amazing and inspiring thread! I cannot wait to begin my project!!
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tough to compete with some of the projects in this thread, but here is my just about finished room, excuse the seating cables they just arrived and I have not had time to do any cable management yet...or room treatments...or about a dozen other things but its up and running and I can actually sit and watch a movie now...just unsure if I am going to add a riser or leave seating in this basic layout for a while. room seems far brighter in the pics...not sure why...its not nearly this bright.
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HV nice room I've got that same stand in my room.

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tough to compete with some of the projects in this thread, but here is my just about finished room, excuse the seating cables they just arrived and I have not had time to do any cable management yet...or room treatments...or about a dozen other things but its up and running and I can actually sit and watch a movie now...just unsure if I am going to add a riser or leave seating in this basic layout for a while. room seems far brighter in the pics...not sure why...its not nearly this bright.
The Winnie the Poo pillow is a keeper.
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The Winnie the Poo pillow is a keeper.
I don't go anywhere without my Poo pillow pet.
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update to my bedroom setup, upgraded my AVR to ATMOS and added a couple ceiling speakers, works amazingly well. Pics taken with my cell with lights and flash on so not the best pics... ^^;;
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update to my bedroom setup, upgraded my AVR to ATMOS and added a couple ceiling speakers, works amazingly well. Pics taken with my cell with lights and flash on so not the best pics... ^^;;
What AVR are you using?

I've been looking at Atmos and just finished talking to a VP at DTS about their DTS UHD which is their answer to Atmos. A perk of working in the AV industry.

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What AVR are you using?

I've been looking at Atmos and just finished talking to a VP at DTS about their DTS UHD which is their answer to Atmos. A perk of working in the AV industry.
Just the onkyo 636 for now, eventually I will get heir 9 channel so I can do 5.2.4 but for now Im very happy with this AVR.

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Just the onkyo 636 for now, eventually I will get heir 9 channel so I can do 5.2.4 but for now Im very happy with this AVR.
Gotcha. Thanks. Onkyo was going to be my guess, but thanks for the clarification. Just need to wait for content and see who wins the next format / speaker layout war.

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