Heres two pics of where the soffit turns towards thew wall. This is where the projector will go. This simple little corner took half the day yesterday. I couldnt decide if I wanted the soffit sealed there, open, etc. I needed to have outlets for the projectors, rope lights, cineslide, etc. I wanted the crown to turn to the wall to dead end. I wanted the outlets as hidden as possible.
I ended up having to cut the existing soffit back about 4 inches on each side. I then had to route on the bottom pieces that lock onto the face of the soffit. I put these here to both act as an edge band for the plywood, and also to create a surface to mount the crown on. I had to turn it back to the wall which was a tricky cut because its so high.
We decided on two outlets on both sides, on their sides and up high. Ill have to take a pic with a sample piece of crown but they are easily accessed, the plugs have plenty of room to go in, and its completely hidden by the crown.
Also, and Ill have to get more pics of this. ALL OF THE ELECTRICITY IS COMPLETE! Theres 36 plugs in the theater so there shouldnt be an issue plugging in the vacuum that only has a two foot cord lol. Every column has an outlet, the front columns then face the stage the next row of columns faces the back. All of them are hidden from view. I have 6 plugs in the riser face. There four in the center and two on each side of it. I wanted to not have to use power strips to have a cleaner look. So the three chairs in the front row all have their own plug, then extras on the sides for laptops or whatever. The two back columns have two outlets in each column. Again, four plugs are for the chairs, one for the sub, then extra. Ill take more specific electric pics later but its so nice have plugs everywhere finally
Did some minor spakle touch up. Ill reprime later then paint everything.