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post #1 of 428 Old 11-26-2006, 03:21 AM - Thread Starter
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Room Size:
  • Width 12.75'
  • Long 28' From Back of Screen Wall
  • Front wall to Screen 3'
  • Ceiling 7.5' in center, 6.75' under soffits.
  • Control Room 50" x 8', 8' Ceiling
  • Equipment Closet 4' x 8' x 8' Ceiling
Wall Construction:
  • Front Wall 2" x 4"
  • Left Side wall 2" x 4"
  • Right Side wall 2" x 4"
  • Rear Wall 2" x 10" Staggered Stud
  • Equipment Room Walls Back, and Left Side Wall 2" x 10" Staggered Stud
  • Rack wall, and outer wall to cement 2" x 4"
  • Stage: 5' deep (3' behind, 2' in front of stage wall), 12'7" wide. framed with 2x8" front and back plates, 2x6 stringers, sitting on top 2x4"s laying flat. Top decking 3/4,1/2,3/4 OSB green glue in between layers. Two layers of 30# roof flet. Filled with almost 2 tons of sand lined with 6 mil plastic
Riser: 6' deep, 12'7" wide. Framing 2x10" front, back plate, 2x8" stringers on 2x4"s laying flat. Decking 3 layers of 3/4 OSB, Green Glue in Between, 2 layer 30# roof felt on top, packed with R38. Holes drilled in front plate.

Walls: all walls except front lined with 44" high Linacoustic RC 1" Fiberglass, top 16 oz. Poly Batt. Front wall Linacoustic RC 1" extends just past the stage. All walls are built with 3 layers of drywall (3/4, 5/8, 1/2) with Green Glue in between All trim glued with Green Glue.

Columns: 8 Columns 3 on each side, 2 in back. Four of the side columns will be filled with insulation. The rest will hold the surrounds. The front right will house all of the lighting wires for the controller.

Wire Paths: 2.0" conduit to columns, 3" conduit to stage and projector.

Power: All lights have 20 Amp wiring pulled to them, 15 amp for outlets. Equipment rack has a 20 amp circuit.

HVAC: Supply lines run down right side, returns run down left side inside soffits. 2 4x10 vents, 1 30" return. Feeds in front by stage wall, return back center of room. All cold air return pans covered with a frost king linner, all pipes raped in duct insulation, and packed with insulation around out side.

Ceiling: 2 Layers of drywall 5/8" with Green in between staggered seams. Mounted to 22 Gauge Hat channel, hanging on RSIC clips. Soffits one layer of 3/4 MDF, All open space packed with R30. All seams caulked with acoustic sealant.

Floor: Heavy Plush Purple carpet, with 1/2 pad. Color Thistle


Projector: JVC RS1

Screen: DA-LITE Cinema Contour with SMX fabric. I put snaps on the SMX fabric so it attaches like original fabric.

Speakers:
  • Front L/R 2 x Klipsch RF7 series
  • Center Klipsch 1 x RC64
  • Surrounds 4 x Klipsch RS62's
  • LFE 2 x SVS PB13u.
Equipment:
  • 2 x QSC RMX 2450 Amps
  • 2 x QSC RMX 1450 Amps
  • 1 x QSC DSP-30
  • Onkyo 885 Pre / Pro
  • Oppo BDP-103 Blu-Ray
  • Play Station 3

Automation:
  • Pronto TSU7000
  • Pronto RFX-6000 RF/IR Repeater
  • Lutron 3106
  • Lutron Spacer (In Equipment Room)


Lighting: 4 zones controlled by a Lutron 3106 Grafix Eye.
  • 10 3" recess in center of room
  • 2 4" behind screen
  • 6 sonces on columns
  • Rope lighting behind crown molding on the soffits.
Equipment Rack: Mid Atlantic SLIM 5 43u, various drawers and inserts.

Doors: Standard solid core six panel doors.

Seating: Two rows of three Berklin seats 090 black.

GOM Colors
  • Columns: 2036 AUBERGINE
  • Walls: 1732 Terebene
  • Soffits & Screen Wall: 408 Black

Paint Colors:
  • Ceiling: Hotel Room (Dark Purple)
  • Trim & Doors: Egg Shell Black (Kettle Black)

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Sounds AWESOME Don! GET THOSE PICS UP!! :^)

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I may be dating myself but why not call it The Purple Haze Theater
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How about "The Barney"?

I'm sure it would be popular with the kids.

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if you use the "go advanced" button you will see an icon for embedding images. [ i m g ]images url [/ i m g] is the gist of it.
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Post your pics on a hosting site, like photobucket.com (there are others also, it is just the one I have used). Cut and paste the [IMGblah blah blah] link under you pictures in photobucket into you post and, boom, your pics are in the post.

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Notes: Just completed the screen wall tonight. All of the studs are attached with steel gusset corners. The four corners have trust plates (Metal tooth plates) beat into them, on both sides.



Notes: Shot of the back of the room most of the Linacoustic RC is on the walls. The 16 oz batting can be seen on the Berklins. Also of note the 800 lbs capacity winch and 3" conduit for the G90U are in this frame.




Notes: There will be an insert that goes into the Egress window. With a removable column so you can still use the egress. There will be an outlet that the column will plug into to supply power the outlets and sconce on the column.



Notes: Shot from a few days ago before the drywal was finished on all walls, front and back. Note 3 layers 5/8 with Green in between each back of walls are 2 layers of 3/4 with Green Glue.



Notes: From a few days ago RSIC Clips & Hat Channel.



Notes: For you Hat & Clip watchers here is a close up.



Notes: Some of the tools that have saved me allot of time. When its all done I bet all of the tools cost more than the room "I hate Renting" I leave the HEPA Filter running at all times.



Notes: Muhaha Well here you see part of Theater Mach 2. This is my third and final build in this house. Each new Projector (NEC PG 6 Xtra, NEC XG 1352 LC VR, and now Sony G90U) led to a new room. Now that I have a G90U this will be the last theater for this house.

I put enough bracing for 3 G90U's haha. Maybe 2 but I tend to go insane sometimes so just to be safe.


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Notes: Random view of the front of the Theater.



Notes: Theaters likes the R38 insulation (You welcome Owens)



Notes: HVAC Supply housed inside the right soffit. Duct work cover with lead mass, then frost king and lastly Linacustic and R38 insulation.



Notes: HVAC Cold air return, housed inside left soffit. Shot before the Linacoustic liner was installed.



Notes: Harbor Frieght 800 lbs winch



Notes: Earlier in last week.


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Don,

I would definitely say that is some SERIOUS "intelligent effort".

Keep it up big dog. I hope that I can have the patience to do the same in my theater..........

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Well insomina has pretty much set in, so I do what I always do when I'm not stuck working. I work test fitted the Screen it fits prefect, right now I have a Da-Lite cinema contour with 1.3 gain and pro trim it's 119". I also finished the ceiling well what I believe will be the last coat of mud I'm not as good as I once was so there will good times with the sander.


Notes: Test fitting of the Da-Lite 119" screen. I'll be replacing this with a Stewart Microperf or SMX soon.



Notes: Final mud on the ceiling drying, I never use hot mud for the last coat. I hope this is the last I'm rusty...


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Suggestion:

The Purple People Theater (hope u get that one )
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Started primeing the ceiling tonight, the paint shop tinted the primer for me. My wife freaked when she saw the color it's a bubble gum pink. So I had a little fun with it, "Well you picked out the color " haha I'll post pictures soon.

Ha, Ha - I had same scenario with my wife....used Red and red tinted primer. Her face was a picture.

Are you painting your HT purple (going by thread title) - now not sure if purple is as translucent a Reds but you might want to consider tinting primer with a bit of black so its a bit gray.

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You don't seem it but how about The Purplex.
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Oh I'm purplexed I had thought about that. Wanted to call the second theater the Getto-Plex.

I had the paint store tint the primer based on the requirements of the paint maker The prime really looks like Barney, or Bubble Gum. Had a small set back today while touching up the drywall seams. My halogen light blew up (BAM, another notch). So I had to run across tonight in an ice storm to pick up a tripod light set. Man 1500 watts is a lot of light now I can see more flaws in the drywall..... Ugh. Flat finished Drywall ceilings have always been a pain in my butt cheeks.

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Status Update:

Got a little more done, here goes.

1). Main Power lines to power lights and Columns pulled.
2). Ceiling Primed
3). Holes for main 3" lights drilled
4). 2nd round of flat ceiling drywall patching / touch hell done.

Here are some pictures of the past days events.

Notes: New toy Cooper 1500 tripod Halogen tripod light. Man this thing puts out the light.





Notes: Thank gawd I was able to figure out where all the lights were to be drilled after that little slip up.



Notes: Front of the room with Primer.



Notes: Front room (Not sure what this 13x12 room off the theater will be) has been cleaned up. It now houses tools.



Notes: More touch ups on the flat ceiling...



Notes: One of the lights has been installed. With and with out Flash

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Looking great Don!!!!!!!

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Thanks Cliff, just finished sanding the ceiling (AGAIN) and put a coat of primer on it. Looks like its close enough for government work.

So I have this plastic cutting board I have been meaning to through away because it slips on the counter. The other one was dirty, my wife asked if I could cook breakfest.. My a short story long the dam board slipped and I cut about 1/8 - 3/16 of my left thumb tip and nail off. Oh yeah that woke me up.

Just in case someone was wondering those plastic POS cutting board fly nicely if you swear really loud while tossing it

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Well the Purple-Fa-Cation has started. My father law who a professional painter is slapping on the ceiling color. Man 3rd coat and it still needs more paint. I also got one of the doors drilled and mounted. Boy I tell yah I love those router gigs Worked very nice, cut the hinges, strike plate, holes etc..

I'll post pics later today.

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Don,
Looks great ! I'm assuming you will be having a meet as soon as the Kellogg Kastle ( hint, hint) is completed.

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Well of course I will have a meet... Once I get the room done. As you know so much to do New Screen, New Subs, Surrounds, Video Processor. Best part of it I get to have Ken come over and do the calibrations, we can talk about Caddy Shack, I'll have that going for me which is nice.

If your going to do it do it right, and you never have to worry, why say no when yes feels so much better, and how is so much more intresting. Can't wait The first theater was a just room, second a WAF Test, third golden....

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Status: A deeper shade of Barney

Notes: Here are a few shots of the ceiling color, its not completely dry. Man it took allot of coats 2 tinted primer, 5 Color. The color is called Hotel Room by Ralph Lauren



Notes: Started Cleaning oh the extra stuff chairs etc.



Notes: One of the solid core doors has been installed. This is a personal first for me. I had to make the Jambs, drill and trim the door.

The doors & Trim will be painted an eggshell shade of Black.





Notes: One last shot of the Barney primer. you'll be missed (NOT!!)


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Quick Note: Bryan Pape of Sensible Sound Solutions once again is da man. I ordered my Black GOM on I believe Thursday last week, it came today. I give him the credit but GOM has a head office in Grand Rapids MI about 40 minutes from house not sure if it had something to do with it.

Looks like I will be doing fabric work very soon.

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Columns: 2036 AUBERGINE

Walls: 1732 Terebene

Soffits & Screen Wall: 408 Black


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Ceiling: Hotel Room (Dark Purple)

Trim & Doors: Egg Shell Black (Shade TBA)

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Hm your ceiling color is my wall color except it is Behr Orchid

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Cool another purple person, I had one gallon mixed at Home Depot. When my father in-law saw how much the paint cost he flipped. He gets deep discounts on paint being a painter. Lets just say 2 gallons of paint , and one of primer from Porter, cost slightly more than one gallon of the Ralph Lauren mix at HD.

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Status: I'll post pictures after I take a short nap, man what a day of work... Anyway got the main lights terminiated all ten of them. Also got two door jambs, and doors built and installed. I'm not sure if I will put a door at the base of the steps yet. Of course it would help with SPL and noise to upstairs etc..

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Notes: Okay three of the four doors have been installed. I'll be adding a 36 or 38" door at the base of the steps soon. Because of the height I will need to special order the metal door.








Notes: Forward looking shot of the stage wall




Well other than the doors and the installation of the lights not much has occured. Things are slowly tapering off the last of the major construction has been completed. The only things left to build are the Columns, install the Stairway door, and cut two holes for HVAC return/Feeds.

Hopefully the GOM install will go well, I will probably purchase some Fabricmate track to do the walls. With the soffits I think I will try the staple and pull over the lip then staple install tech.

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Found some shots of when I did the stage a while ago, before ripping everything out. Oh man it sucked moving almost 2 tons of sand down stairs to fill and pack that thing. People look at me strange, I just told them my cats wanted the basement as a large litter box






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All engines stop Cap'in Stubing....

I was not happy with the way my Screen wall turned out. It's solid but I saw a really cool design that works so much better for what I want and I don't know why I didn't think of it myself... Anyway I'm putting things on a slow boil so I can kick back a relax at Cliffs Blend Meet.

I can't wait to get the theater done but I'm really looking forward to hang'in out for a little R&R.


Mad Props to Bomrat..... dude I'm glad to see someone that does it right and over builds even more than I do. Thanks for the tips, you have Skittles fo sho hehe. I'll bring some tech gifts for you.

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This is an excellent project Don! I've really enjoyed the progress pics and can't wait to see the finished product!!
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