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post #1141 of 1213
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Thanks Spaceman

I saw that lowes and menards sell the brush-style slots. The rack mount wire management bars are EBay item: 220937044642 you get a total of 5 bars
post #1142 of 1213
Been a while since I've stopped by, W00lly. Nice work, as usual.

Agree that the cable management is well done. I may give it a try as the "uncombed hair" state of my cables nag at me from time to time.

BTW, the quad dual opposed 15"s look sweet.
post #1143 of 1213
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Thanks Kj
The subs have made a huge improvement
post #1144 of 1213
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I can't believe how much this forum has grown over the last 5 years. All the new builds posted is unreal. Posts move off the front page pretty quickly now

I think a lot of it has to do with the cost of taking your family out to the movies. I took my two girls to see the Hobbit a couple weeks ago at the IMAX an the cost of the movie and popcorn drinks was almost $65 that's crazy plus we had people behind us with kids talking and tapping there feet for almost 3 hours mad.gif the movie was pretty awesome though and I can't wait to watch it in my own theater.
post #1145 of 1213
Wow that is going to be a great space. Nicely done. Love the color as well. Very understated and classy. You make me sick with the wire management though. Mine still looks like a rats nest a year later. I really do need to do something about that just need to find the right motivation.

Those subs are killer, I'm sure there is no lack in the LFE department. Very very nice. Glad I gave you an update nudge! wink.gif

Regards,

RTROSE
post #1146 of 1213
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Thanks RTROSE

I will post up some more pics in the coming weeks as we get things put together. Right now I'm in the process of trying to pic out posters that will hang on the walls and also trying to figure out what Tv to buy for the main seating area.
post #1147 of 1213
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Thanks Spaceman

I saw that lowes and menards sell the brush-style slots. The rack mount wire management bars are EBay item: 220937044642 you get a total of 5 bars

Monoprice also sells them, I picked up a couple for my rack.

Those subs look amazing, they must shake the whole house!
post #1148 of 1213
Design - Do you have a link for the wire management pieces on Monoprice? I tried searching the site and couldn't find anything like WOOlly used.
post #1149 of 1213
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Design - Do you have a link for the wire management pieces on Monoprice? I tried searching the site and couldn't find anything like WOOlly used.

Here is what I used: http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=105&cp_id=10516&cs_id=1051607&p_id=7308&seq=1&format=2
Well tecnically they are still in the box so I should say here is what I have and intend to use.
post #1150 of 1213
Thanks. I like the price on those. Do they seem to be well built? I plan to mount some to the wall like WOOlly did and maybe on the rack eventually.
post #1151 of 1213
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Here is what I used: http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=105&cp_id=10516&cs_id=1051607&p_id=7308&seq=1&format=2
Well tecnically they are still in the box so I should say here is what I have and intend to use.

Do these just mount to the back rails of the rack like standard faceplates?
post #1152 of 1213
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The ones I got off eBay are pretty stout .

design1stcode2nd
I just finished watching the new Judge Dread movie a few minutes ago and I'm sure the dishes in my kitchen cabinets were rattling smile.gif
I have them set pretty hot so at times it shakes my projector pretty bad but I can look past that for ground shaking movie effects cool.gif
post #1153 of 1213
From monoprice: This D-Ring Panel fits into a standard 19" wide equipment rack.

It has a hole at each end for mounting to a typical rack. I'll be mounting mine like W00lly did on the wall of my rack area. They feel very solid.

Judge dredd, yeah that will be a nice one to test out my sub once mine is done, beastly setup you have W00lly.
post #1154 of 1213
Enjoyed the video Scott! The subs look intimidating! Sure it sounds great.
post #1155 of 1213
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Thanks tony

What's the status with your theater ?

I can't wait to get the rest furnished and decorated going to be a pretty sweet place to hang out for sure
Edited by W00lly - 1/18/13 at 9:36pm
post #1156 of 1213
I know you didn't just ask that! mad.gifbiggrin.gifmad.gif

Over the last year I've been back in school and transitioning to a new career. Finances for the theater have been frozen until this coming fall. I was close though...alls left is flooring, countertops and some minor trim.
post #1157 of 1213
Great job, Scott. You're going to have quite the party spot down there with the dinette area, multiple tvs and the theater.
post #1158 of 1213
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Thanks Xray


I have picked out the main TV and will be picking that up maybe this next week. Samsung UN60ES8000 60-Inch
post #1159 of 1213
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Well I ordered the Kitchenette cabinets Tuesday and I'm pretty excited to get this project finished up rolleyes.gif I will post up some photo's when I start installing them. I was told 3 to 4 weeks for delivery.

In the mean time I have been working on installing the fabricmate track and fabric under my soffets in the HT and will post up some close up Pics of that this weekend for those that may not have seen this stuff used.
post #1160 of 1213
Looking forward to seeing the cabinets. Do you have any sample pics of the color or style? I actually spent more (per cabinet) on my basement kitchenette than I did for the main kitchen as the ones in the basement were a "premium" finish. I had a dual color design as well that I really liked, but I thought it might be too trendy. In the end I'm very happy I went the direction I did.

Good luck, and I'll be watching.

Regards,

RTROSE
post #1161 of 1213
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RTROSE

I shopped around and found the best deal at Menards. I ended up choosing cabinets made by Medallion cabinetry with full extension under mount drawer slides with soft close on both drawers and doors. The style of doors I picked are Camden Maple and the color of the stain Brandywine. Here is a pic of the door + stain color and the layout of the kitchenette. We also picked up a wirlpool dishwasher and two Samsung TV's this past Saturday, a 22" 1080 LED and a 64" Plasma. I wanted to get the LED 8000 series TV but they had this plasma on sale for $1500 I could not pass that deal up. I also used Monoprice mounts for the TV's.

I'm shopping around for a Restaurant booth and table now to fit where the 22" tv is located. I ran HDMI cables to all TV locations with a spliiter at my Rack. I have choosen to use all Samsung TV's so I can control them all with one remote. My remote for Direct TV is RF so I can use it anywhere to change the channel. Only bummer is all TV's will use the same DVR BOX. But then agian you would not want 3 tv's tuned to different channels in the same room tongue.gif



















Edited by W00lly - 2/5/13 at 11:26am
post #1162 of 1213
That 64" looks pretty awesome on that wall. How's the glare on that plasma? I love the plasma's but mine gets a lot of glare if there is even a small amount of ambient lighting. It's a few years old so maybe there are some anti-glare on the screens now a days.
post #1163 of 1213
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I have not noticed any glare as of yet. I didnt really want a plasma because there not as bright as a LED but so far I'm pretty happy with our purchase. The picture is crisp amd clear and I have not noticed any motion blur which I hate.
post #1164 of 1213
I looks good in the pic. and 3D?
post #1165 of 1213
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Yes. I watched a movie saturday night glasses suck but 3D looked great
post #1166 of 1213
Alright I'll ask. . . . . what movie?
post #1167 of 1213
Those cabinets look really nice. Love the color of the stain, clean lines on the doors, I like that. Nice score on the flat screens. I have always preferred plasma display over any of the other types. Those TV look great on the wall. Gotta love the monoprice mount, they are all I have used to date. The 22" looks funny there without anything around it, like it is completely out of place. I know with the booth in place it will look perfect, just funny as it stands now.

The progress has to make you feel good.

Regards,

RTROSE
post #1168 of 1213
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I know my wife said man that TV looks tiny. But I think it will work great when your sitting two feet from it. I have been watching Craig's list daily for a booth but think I will probably end up having to order one new as all I've seen is junk.
post #1169 of 1213
W00lly amazing build. I am going to have to swing by some time and check this place out.
post #1170 of 1213
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I'm home during the day if you want to swing by for a demo.
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