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post #1411 of 1415 Old 08-17-2014, 02:29 PM
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Nice, that is big and almost like mine I built. Mine is a few posts above yours with link to my build thread.

In your sketch you have your surge protectors in a recessed area. I did almost the same just to run my wires back and forth hidden out of view.
Thanks man. It is quite large at around 28" H x 87" W x 23" D.

The recessed area for the surge protectors will also have some wire management in there along with the power bricks for the Wii, XBox, etc. I am also going to be installing velcro loops with screws to run and separate the signal and power cables on the back panels. Maybe even grommet some velcro and have hooks screwed in the back panel for easy access and removal. Once finished, I am going to make all of my speaker cables "just the right length". That way I won't have 20 coils of copper in the back to mess with. To finish it all off, I am planning on installing carpet sliders on each support member for ease of movement.

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Thanks man. It is quite large at around 28" H x 87" W x 23" D.

The recessed area for the surge protectors will also have some wire management in there along with the power bricks for the Wii, XBox, etc. I am also going to be installing velcro loops with screws to run and separate the signal and power cables on the back panels. Maybe even grommet some velcro and have hooks screwed in the back panel for easy access and removal. Once finished, I am going to make all of my speaker cables "just the right length". That way I won't have 20 coils of copper in the back to mess with. To finish it all off, I am planning on installing carpet sliders on each support member for ease of movement.
That's big like mine.

My dimensions are 85 L X 22 D X 26 H.

I did not want my pj screen to be too high so I went with 26 high. I think it's fine for 1:85 movies but 2:40 you are looking up some but not bad.

If you have not checked out my build thread please do.

Also start a build thread for yours so others can see and get ideas. If it was not for builds like this I would have never started my own.

Here is mine.

TV / Projector screen console build.
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That's big like mine.

My dimensions are 85 L X 22 D X 26 H.

I did not want my pj screen to be too high so I went with 26 high. I think it's fine for 1:85 movies but 2:40 you are looking up some but not bad.

If you have not checked out my build thread please do.

Also start a build thread for yours so others can see and get ideas. If it was not for builds like this I would have never started my own.

Here is mine.

TV / Projector screen console build.
I've read and studied your posts. They are the reason one planned mine the way I have.
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Wood and tools purchased. Plans finalized.







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Looks like a plan.
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