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Here's mine. Recently remodeled a bit, built the speaker stage, redid that carpet, and added some new side wall panels. Mine has a really catchy name, we called it.... The Theater.
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Completed (for now) except for window treatments which are on order. We did most of the work ourselves and are quite happy with the way everything turned out. We use the room almost nightly.

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Do you have any surrounds? Or do you go with 3.x.4? ☺

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Here's mine. Recently remodeled a bit, built the speaker stage, redid that carpet, and added some new side wall panels. Mine has a really catchy name, we called it.... The Theater.
I like the discordant carpet pattern -- very unique.

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I like the discordant carpet pattern -- very unique.
Thanks, that came from the fact that I hate laying carpet and I hate paying others even more. We originally had solid grey wall to wall carpet but after 10 years it needed to be replaced. I started looking into alternatives to carpet and found these random carpet tiles on Amazon so we went with it. They are not as plush as traditional carpet but way more fun to install. Plus if we stain one we can pop it up and glue a new one down.

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Here is mine.
Detailed of my set up in my signature.
Side note, I sold my X-wing panels and I am doing a new set with the falcon millennium. I will be adding a landscape panel of the Guardians of the Galaxy as well above the receiver "niche".
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Here's mine. Recently remodeled a bit, built the speaker stage, redid that carpet, and added some new side wall panels. Mine has a really catchy name, we called it.... The Theater.
Very cool bass traps in all corner Sweet I am sure it sounds great
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Very nice job! I especially like the detailing of the molding/lighting too!
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Thanks!

We did a TON of planning before getting started on construction. It sure is nice seeing it all come together according to the plan (well, mostly ).
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Do you have any surrounds? Or do you go with 3.x.4? ☺

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Yeah, I've got 4 in-ceiling RBH A-815L set up as my surrounds and rear surrounds. I know surrounds in the ceiling may not be ideal but sometimes ya gotta do what ya gotta do!

2 Klipsch RP-280F's (L&R), a Klipsch RP-450C (center) and an
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I'm running everything through a Pioneer SC-1223k receiver.

It all sounds great to my old ears!
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Nice! That scratches my early MadMax itch too.
I've been working on ways to get some acoustic panels in my room, but I just can't get anything to pass the WAF. I showed her the X-Wing panels last night and she was more intrigued with that approach than with anything else so there is some hope now. I'm looking forward to seeing how your Falcon panels turn out.


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Here is mine.
Detailed of my set up in my signature.
Side note, I sold my X-wing panels and I am doing a new set with the falcon millennium. I will be adding a landscape panel of the Guardians of the Galaxy as well above the receiver "niche".
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Here is the Millennium Falcon, I need to change the wall mount to reduce the gap in between the panel on the wall. The X-wing panels were a little bit wider.
Each panel is 40x24 with a 2inch MinWool insulation 1280 for sound control.
Those panels are spectacular! I'd be very interested in purchasing something like those.
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Here is the Millennium Falcon, I need to change the wall mount to reduce the gap in between the panel on the wall. The X-wing panels were a little bit wider.
Each panel is 40x24 with a 2inch MinWool insulation 1280 for sound control.
Xylem - PM me. I would love to buy them.
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Xylem - PM me. I would love to buy them.
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Those panels are spectacular! I'd be very interested in purchasing something like those.
Agreed. These panels look fantastic. When I get a dedicated room I definitely want some! X-wings and mellimum falcon for me.

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