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Looking awesome! What are the panels made of?
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Looking awesome! What are the panels made of?

I used 2X4's to make the frames. Inside the frames are OC703 insulation. Used leftover fabric to cover the frames.
post #273 of 283
Hi Matt,

Great build! The space I've sectioned off in our blueprints is 30'x19.5'x10', which is very close to yours. I couldn't find any mention of the seating distance in your thread....could you please let me know the distance from screen to eyeball in both rows?

I'm hoping to have two rows, then sneak a poker table in the back...not sure that's doable though....

Thanks!

PS - that just reminded me of a sign I once saw "Liquor in the front, Poker in the rear"
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Hi Matt,

Great build! The space I've sectioned off in our blueprints is 30'x19.5'x10', which is very close to yours. I couldn't find any mention of the seating distance in your thread....could you please let me know the distance from screen to eyeball in both rows?

I'm hoping to have two rows, then sneak a poker table in the back...not sure that's doable though....

Thanks!

PS - that just reminded me of a sign I once saw "Liquor in the front, Poker in the rear"

Quill- I can't remember the exact distance. I will measure when I get back home this evening and let you know.
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Originally Posted by Quill View Post

Hi Matt,

Great build! The space I've sectioned off in our blueprints is 30'x19.5'x10', which is very close to yours. I couldn't find any mention of the seating distance in your thread....could you please let me know the distance from screen to eyeball in both rows?

I'm hoping to have two rows, then sneak a poker table in the back...not sure that's doable though....

Thanks!

PS - that just reminded me of a sign I once saw "Liquor in the front, Poker in the rear"

My distance from "eyeball" to screen are as follows: 1st row 11 feet. 2nd row 17.5 feet. 3rd row(Bar) 20.5 feet. This leaves room to walk behind the bar seats and for the false wall and screen. Let me know if you have other questions. Best of luck.
post #276 of 283
Hi Matt

You have done a great job with your theater. I'm going to take some of your knowledge and try to apply it to my new build. Can't wait to see the finished product.
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Hi Matt

You have done a great job with your theater. I'm going to take some of your knowledge and try to apply it to my new build. Can't wait to see the finished product.

Well, I don't know about the knowledge but I have definitely learned a lot from others. I will try to get some pictures posted by this weekend. We finally have the basement finished and just have some curtains and pictures to hang.
post #278 of 283
That's awesome! Can't wait to see your Pics.
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It's been a while since I have posted any updates so I thought I would do so. We have been enjoying the basement a little too much.


Here is a shot of the living area. I was going to put in a pool table but instead made it a place to watch tv. We also have the XBox and the PS3 hooked up here.


This a shot of outside the theater. We added some of my favorite movie posters: Sleepy Hollow, Poltergeist, and a Russian "Friday the 13th."


Here are the posters we had made for outside the theater. We have some more theater stuff to hang up but just haven't done so yet.


More movie posters hanging over the bar.
post #280 of 283
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Here is our St. Louis Cardinals Area.



And lastly, Some "Miracle on Ice" posters and stick signed by all 20 players.
Thanks for following along!!!!
post #281 of 283
Yeah, he lives! Looks fantastic, that floor turned out really nice. Well actually everything turned out great! I need to come over and sample some of your adult beverages!

You certainly have a space you can be proud of for sure. Enjoy, I know I would.

Regards,

RTROSE
post #282 of 283
Matt H,
I'm writing to ask whether you will allow me to publish one of your photos to illustrate an online blog about vapor barriers.
Please contact me: Martin Holladay, senior editor, Green Building Advisor: martin@greenbuildingadvisor.com

Thanks.
post #283 of 283
Thanks for the tour today. You have an amazing house with a fantastic theater and your taste in Colors is outstanding!!
Regards
Vik
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