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That is a lot of holes in the wall.
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Well, I have almost 3 walls done with the quiet rock. Stuff is a little harder to work with, not to mention allot of cuts. Going pretty smooth. Still have to do the ceiling, I am pondering doing an acoustical panel ceiling, http://yourceiling.com I have been following Archaea's and Gorilla83's theaters and they both have drop ceilings and they are using the CertainTeed acoustical theater panels. It is a thought. http://www.certainteed.com/ceilings/...brand/performa would set me back a bit, but I would really like to explore this a bit more. It's getting exciting now.
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That is a lot of holes in the wall.
Unfortunately Rich I do not have a media closet for my audio gear I had to pick a spot in the room that would best fit a rack off the wall and be out of the way, I also made sure I had plenty of outlets for my gear. There were lots of problems including the header that made things difficult. It was difficult to run the in wall wiring with the pre existing electrical. I had a hard time mounting the LV boxes away from the electrical. I added some extra stuff for Atmos. If I had it to do over again I should have probably removed all the pre existing electrical and started over, but that is the "what I would do different next time" I am still thrilled with my little room, but certainly the first thing I would have done different was demolish this room to the ground and reframed it. Would have been some extra money, but would have really been easier in the end.

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Dave - If you do go the drop ceiling route, be sure to get the Theater Black f tiles. Here are a few distributors in your are if you have interest. You will be able to see mine when you come over on Saturday to see what you think.

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Yes sir, I am very much looking forward to see your new project. As I said you and Jonathan have made me stop and think about the ceiling. I really cannot go to much lower though.

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I think your room is even more challenging than my theater! And my theater just got HToM I like your dedication and spirit about all this

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Hi guys,

I have found that these guys have excellent prices on ceiling tiles. Maybe these tiles should interest you for use in a home theater??

http://www.iscsupply.com/index.php?l...ct_detail&p=33
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I have found that these guys have excellent prices on ceiling tiles. Maybe these tiles should interest you for use in a home theater??

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Thanks for the links, but I just sheet rocked the room. I just winded up getting another load of quiet rock. The room is now finished. Just have tapping and finishing work to be done. I hope to be painting by Thursday or Friday. I gotta get a move on and get some chairs and a screen ordered. I wanna start working on the acoustical panels also. Still got my work cut out for me.
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Sheetrock just about done. Hopefully ready for paint by Sunday.
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Sheetrock just about done. Hopefully ready for paint by Sunday.
Looking good Dave! You have most of the heavy lifting done now, the fun can start.
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Yessir! Let that sheetrock dust settle and start draggin some speakers in to test out the acoustics!!!!

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Yessir! Let that sheetrock dust settle and start draggin some speakers in to test out the acoustics!!!!
Looking great Dave. Long road but you're almost there!
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Yep, starting to look like a room again. Excellent work so far.
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What are your impressions so far of the QuietRock?

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Cannot really say yet. The room does sound pretty dead. I have been working out there and have had the windows open for dust and it has been humid. So again, hard to say. When it all comes together will be the telling truth.

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Hit a brick wall today. I finally took out the sliding glass door that separates my home to the room. I gotta say I was shocked when it was out, it is incredible, it is like I broke down a wall and found a room. We had louvered shades on the slider and now that the door and shades are gone it is like a whole new house.This room had just been attached to the house and it was basically inhabited. I told my wife for years we should do something like this. It really served as a big mud room. My plan was for a pocket door, now I want to skip it and get interior French doors. I just want to open up this room up with big doors. It is really amazing what doing this did, I was not ready for it. I looked at interior French doors and they look flimsy and I would need frosted glass or solid doors. I have come to the crossroad.
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Dave,

no reason you cant use exterior style French doors inside, they can be made robust. also there are 2 types. the normal double door style or the ones that have dual hinges (like closet doors) all depends on what you want

the typical 2 door with no center pillar is how I would go but you lose a lot of space on the other side of that opening if you want to open it flush against the inside wall. they however do look really nice, you can most likely order them with frosted glass as well, or just use a tit after the fact (think car tint, they make a frost)
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no reason you cant use exterior style French doors inside, they can be made robust. also there are 2 types. the normal double door style or the ones that have dual hinges (like closet doors) all depends on what you want

the typical 2 door with no center pillar is how I would go but you lose a lot of space on the other side of that opening if you want to open it flush against the inside wall. they however do look really nice, you can most likely order them with frosted glass as well, or just use a tit after the fact (think car tint, they make a frost)
Thanks Adam. I winded up going with interior French doors from Lowes. I had ordered a door and decided against it and went with the French doors. I actually really like them. We have a friend that tints car windows, so I thought about calling him. A nice light tint will look nice. I bought a stain primer for the door and my wife picked out a nice darker color to stain it. They are pretty solid, but I gotta work on some latches to keep they tight and in place when I hit them with the bass. I like the fact that I can open the room up to the house. My wife loves them. I got the first coat of primer on the walls. I actually got the primer the same color as my paint and I like how the color turned out when it dried. Similar to Andrews room but more Grey. Hopefully I can bang the painting out this weekend and get the trimming and carpet next week. Getting closer.

Got the chars in yesterday. Winded up with the Lane 103's. Got a really good deal on them. It was a pleasure working with Mary from Stargate Cinema.
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Got a boost last weekend. I had an electrician put in a new 200 amp panel last weekend. He said I was probably all right with the 150 amp panel I had, but it is peace of mind. Nice to have the expansion now.
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Any updates? Hope you got your ceiling issue all taken care of
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Yep, I had roofer come and he fixed up the problem. He said I am good to go now. The trim work is all done and the ceiling is spackled and I put a new exterior door in. I just have to paint the room again. I also have to stain the French doors and the new threshold. I have decided to just paint the entire room over again. I used an eggshell finish on the sides (grey) and I don't like it. I hired a painting firm to come do all the new trim and just shoot the whole room again in flat. I just don't feel like doing it again. Carpet on Thursday

These picture don't look very good, but I will put them up anyway. Should look much better when the painting crew bangs it out and I get the panels up and speakers and equipment in. Unfortunately it was not the best room for a theater build and it is not want I wanted, but it is going to be nice little room to enjoy with the family and friends. Cannot wait to get it done.
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Almost there, I just have to mount surrounds and get the rack put together and get the never ending tuning started

I did the screen last night and I think I mounted it a bit to high. There is header above the framing and I wanted to hit the header for the frame mount for good support, however when I sat down I think the screen is a little bit high. I am fine with it as when I am stretched out it is perfect. However other people may not like it. I also wanted it higher so I can get my center channel higher and timbre matched to my new mains. Wife said it is good, I am iffy, I will see what the kids say. I may just remount it, 6 inches lower might be a lot better.

However happy with the way the room turned out. Not the theater room I wanted, but hey it's mine and I am thankful for it. Saved a lot of money using this existing room vs the addition I originally had planned. Still lots to do and many upgrades planned down the road. I have a few pics.

This week I have to do the acoustical panels, get the audio running and get the blackout curtains hung. That is the wife's department. Hopefully I don't have to remount the screen, but might be a possibility. Waiting on my new ported 18" DIY subs.
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looks good, Yes I would lower the screen quite a bit since you only have one row of seating, put the bottom 1/3 of the screen below eye level or 36 inches.
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I agree it looks a bit high - but how high is the ceiling?


In my room I have it mounted relatively high (compared to BIGmouthinDC recommendation) also but have 10 ft. ceilings and the screen is 56.4 inches tall so it appears pretty much centered on the wall. In my setup eye level is pretty much even with the bottom of the screen and I don't find that uncomfortable to view.


One other thing to consider is reflections on the ceiling - but unless you are going for getting the room as dark as possible that may not matter. I have light colored ceilings and wanted the screen down and away from there.


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looks good, Yes I would lower the screen quite a bit since you only have one row of seating, put the bottom 1/3 of the screen below eye level or 36 inches.
It was a bit of screw up. However it was a pita to mount. If I do remove it, I am going to have to patch the screw holes and touch the paint up.

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I agree it looks a bit high - but how high is the ceiling?


In my room I have it mounted relatively high (compared to BIGmouthinDC recommendation) also but have 10 ft. ceilings and the screen is 56.4 inches tall so it appears pretty much centered on the wall. In my setup eye level is pretty much even with the bottom of the screen and I don't find that uncomfortable to view.


One other thing to consider is reflections on the ceiling - but unless you are going for getting the room as dark as possible that may not matter. I have light colored ceilings and wanted the screen down and away from there.


Looking good
The ceiling is about 7.5 feet. I have it down about 6" from the ceiling. I figure If I brought it down another 6" it would be perfect. I have a feeling that others may not enjoy it and it is a form of relaxation and enjoyment. It is going to drive me crazy so I am going to pull it down a bit. Live and learn. The room will be blacked out, but will be some light.
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I just read through your thread. Wow. You've really hung in there through a lot of builder adversity. I too have come to find that if you want something done right you just have to do it yourself, even if you have no idea what you are doing! Great job. It looks great, and I think you've made some really good equipment choices. I just got back from listening to RMK!'s theater a couple weeks ago, and I've gotta say those floorstanding JTR 15's are awesome. He's running them without subs too with fantastic results!

I enjoyed my theater for some 1500 hours (according to my lamp timer) while I was working on it over the last few years, even though it wasn't completed. Now that it's basically done and finished, I'm surprised at how much MORE I'm enjoying it. Looks like you're just putting the finishing touches on, then sit back and enjoy. Congrats on a really nice job with your theater.
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HAHA, yeah @BIGmouthinDC , I was waiting for someone to say it. When I picked up all the electrical I just counted outlets and grabbed them. I knew I had to change them but when the new subs get installed along with the center channel, you will never see them. However I will change them at some point, just because.

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I just read through your thread. Wow. You've really hung in there through a lot of builder adversity. I too have come to find that if you want something done right you just have to do it yourself, even if you have no idea what you are doing! Great job. It looks great, and I think you've made some really good equipment choices. I just got back from listening to RMK!'s theater a couple weeks ago, and I've gotta say those floorstanding JTR 15's are awesome. He's running them without subs too with fantastic results!

I enjoyed my theater for some 1500 hours (according to my lamp timer) while I was working on it over the last few years, even though it wasn't completed. Now that it's basically done and finished, I'm surprised at how much MORE I'm enjoying it. Looks like you're just putting the finishing touches on, then sit back and enjoy. Congrats on a really nice job with your theater.
Thanks for the nice words. It has been a battle and the battle is still on. I admit I made some big mistakes along the way and I am still making them. I know next time if I should do this again that I will get a full set of plans. Everything you see here was all done by sight. A couple of days more and I should be rolling. The wife and I just got home from getting some black out curtains for the two window. I am going to get them hung tonight. I also wanted to add I will be running subs with my 215's. A friend AVS member Gorilla83 is helping me with a pair of ported 18" SI subs. I am a bass junky . I also read through you theater thread the other day. You certainly have some talent I love the retractable PJ. I also love those SM60F's. Great choice, they are a fine speaker. If Danley ever builds a true HT speaker, I will be the first in line.
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#1 is drying now. Will start assembly on #2 later this week.



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