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post #151 of 176
Like Vanice, my front wall treatment was already black so I didn't need to cover it. But I did cover my back wall since it had the shiny FSK facing. This stuff is pretty cheap and comes in a wide roll should you decide to cover everything before building your false wall.
Edited by Spaceman - 9/9/13 at 7:53am
post #152 of 176
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All true. Just friction fit panels around screen. Big's minimalist screen wall design.
post #153 of 176
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I have some of that stuff!! Was going to save it for new house but ill just order more!!

Whoever is gonna buy my house better appreciate this room!!!

Cover OC703, ✔
post #154 of 176
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Update, also for my reference

Paint ceiling and soffits/light tray - 3 coats
paint light gimble trims and vent covers, then install
Build panel door
install both doors
install OC703 on wall, bass traps and cover with fabric
Install auto door stop and bottom
Paint walls a blue/grey
Build screen wall, install screen and make friction fit frames
Carpet riser and floor (HD's Platinum Plus Wondrous , Color -Yorktown, 286 sq ft)
Install theater seating
Build Columns, wrap in fabric, install
Install trim around room
Build acoustic panels
Install speakers and projector
Party
post #155 of 176
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Goal posts up and 110" 1.78 Carada screen. Looks good me thinks!! I'll pull screen down and paint everything black, re hang and build surrounding panels.





And now the wait for carpet, 2-3 weeks!! Stupid HD. In the mean time I'll build the columns and fabric frames. Then once carpet is in, I'll add the trim, install columns, do the final wiring, hang acoustic frames, install speakers/projector, calibrate and boom, Bobs your uncle.
post #156 of 176
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Cleaned up the room.



post #157 of 176
Looking good Fetch. It was frustrating waiting for HD on my carpet install too. They did do a good job on the install though. Hope yours goes well too. It will transform your room dramatically.
post #158 of 176
Looks like your heading down the home stretch! Great looking room. Keep up the good work!
post #159 of 176
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Thanks for stoppn in! Yah can't believe it took me this long to get to this point. Still have a bit to go, hopefully get it finished by Halloween.
post #160 of 176
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Originally Posted by cdika17 View Post

Cleaned up the room.




Wow.............almost done! After two years bet you're ready for a cold one while sitting back watching a movie!!
post #161 of 176
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More pumped for NFL and NHL, go 49's and Leafs!!!
post #162 of 176
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Installed surrounds.

Actually found an amazing deal on some Niles Stagefront Pro770fx, gonna leave these installed when I sell the house next year and keep my eD slants for new house.





Sides will be in bipole mode and rears in dipole mode.
post #163 of 176
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Paint ceiling and soffits/light tray - 3 coats
paint light gimble trims and vent covers, then install
Build panel door
install both doors
install OC703 on wall, bass traps and cover with fabric
Install auto door stop and bottom
Paint walls a blue/grey
Build screen wall, install screen and make friction fit frames
Carpet riser and floor (HD's Platinum Plus Wondrous , Color -Yorktown, 286 sq ft) Hopefully carpet will be in this week.
Install theater seating - out of recommended order but need room in garage to muscle 4 x 8 sheets of 3/4" mdf around for columns, very tight quarters.
Build Columns, wrap in fabric, install
Install trim around room
Build acoustic panels
Install speakers Did this out of order too just to clear up space in spare room
Install Projector
Calibrate
Party
post #164 of 176
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Shameless bump, Carpet will be installed Wednesday!!


And thank you, yes you, for stopping by. If it were possible, id offer popcorn while you poke around and check out my thread. Also go to my other thread where i start to plan the next house and theater room.

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1471872/the-hillside-estates-house-theater-build-by-fetch/0_100
post #165 of 176
You're welcome...tongue.gif
post #166 of 176
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Sneak peek of carpet and seats!!!!

post #167 of 176
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Seeing that it was -40 degrees C today, I got a few things finished in the room.









Tomorrow I hope to have screen wall panels wrapped and trim painted and installed. Then I think I deserve to hang the projector and wire up my racks and then crack a cold one and watch some hockey. Then start the acoustical treatments.

Paint ceiling and soffits/light tray - 3 coats
paint light gimble trims and vent covers, then install
Build panel door
install both doors
install OC703 on wall, bass traps and cover with fabric
Install auto door stop and bottom
Paint walls a blue/grey
Carpet riser and floor (HD's Platinum Plus Wondrous , Color -Yorktown, 286 sq ft) Hopefully carpet will be in this week.
Install theater seating - out of recommended order but need room in garage to muscle 4 x 8 sheets of 3/4" mdf around for columns, very tight quarters.
Install speakers
Build Columns, wrap in fabric, install
Build screen wall, install screen and
make friction fit frames
Install trim around room
Build acoustic panels
Install Projector
Setup racks and install all components
Calibrate
Party
Edited by cdika17 - 12/6/13 at 6:58pm
post #168 of 176

Wow, things are really coming along.  Looks great.

post #169 of 176
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Here are some dimensions:

Seating is basically 12' and 17' from screen wall on sketchup.

I only got 18" of space for a false wall because on my electrical panel, now i don't know the specifics, but i i don't know if that will be sufficient.



I've heard of Infinite Baffle, any links to how to's, threads or users known?

Heard of REW, haven't read to much on it.

Adding a layer of drywall could eventually be a possibility, wonder how that would work for a textured ceiling?

I believe that rattling is in the ceiling somewheres.

Can you tell me what program you used to draw this up? Thanks
post #170 of 176
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post #171 of 176
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Craptastic iphone pano.



On to trim tomorrow!
post #172 of 176
Looking good! I like your columns...wink.gif
post #173 of 176
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95% done!! Just need to do acoustic frames. And get a real camera.





post #174 of 176

Looks great.

post #175 of 176
Hi Chase (Fetch),

Fantastic looking theater. How do you like your Fusion 1019 Escape seating?

Did you get the leather or bonded leather? Did you purchase them from Rtheaters (Roman)? How was the shipping costs?

Lots of questions. I am looking at purchasing 4 of the curved chairs.

Any info would be appreciated. Thanks in advance

Joey
post #176 of 176
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Hi Chase (Fetch),

Fantastic looking theater. How do you like your Fusion 1019 Escape seating?

Did you get the leather or bonded leather? Did you purchase them from Rtheaters (Roman)? How was the shipping costs?

Lots of questions. I am looking at purchasing 4 of the curved chairs.

Any info would be appreciated. Thanks in advance

Joey

Thanks!
Bonded leather, from Roman yes. Shipping was ok. Remember to always record any damage to boxes with the person who delivers.

Love the chairs, would buy again.
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