Another day of big progress
- Sub Panel is in and the majority of theater wiring is done - this is being done by a friend of mine that is actually an electrical engineer and is being done to "commercial standards"
- almost all the clips are in for the walls - one small problem - we're aobut 6 clips short for the walls - guess i'll be calling Ted first thing in the morning
- Most of the furring channel is in on the walls - just need to connect the strips now with the self-tapping screws
- HVAC is done, and working well thanks to Mr. Big
- I had a minor moment at Home Depot today trying to pick out recessed lights that we could run with electrical - gave up and bought little ceramic bulb holders for now
Here are some pics
Heres the flexiduct we ran across the theater for one of the supplies
This is the return line we ran to the utility closet
Sub-panel - ended up running a 60amp b/c thats the most we could pull without really rearranging the two 200amp boxes - we actually ran it to a 100amp sub panel because it has a lot more slots - but its a total of 60 amps- so far we've figured - 2 15amp lines for the lighting (1st line is for overheads - 2nd for accents), and 2 20amp lines for equipment (1st line for subwoofers and 2nd for eqiupment in the closet)
Furring Channels all in - at least for the walls - still need some small connectors, and silly me forgot we need 2 layers over the door - actually ran about 6 clips short
conduit to the projector - YAY - next up - need to run the conduit into the room for the future runs through the soffit
We'll need to figure out how to get the majority of the A/V wiring, lighting, HVAC through the future soffits.
Oh - and one more pic of Mr. Big's ingenious work on the HVAC - it really is an elegant solution and looks awesome when you see all three of the holes (2 supplies / 1 return) through a "wall of roxul"
and another of the drywall under the joists
room is already getting quieter