Originally Posted by Audixium
Again, I hate to be a downer guys
BUT....you are in the Dedicated Theater Construction
room. This thread is specifically meant to catalog Dedicated Theaters under construction or completed.
if you don’t clearly understand is to size up the image for the room then start contraction.
I might not have enough money as you bunch, but with the necessary tools you’d be surprised what I can accomplish. Don’t under estimate me, I’ve been there done it and I’ve got it all figured out.Hitachi CP-X430 LCD video projectorhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abrwy...e=channel_page
So I’d say my room is pretty small in comparison to most and I have to make the best out of it as possible on the cheap side, because I don’t have money tree, growing in the back garden, so there it is.
Room length 15 feet spot on!
Width 10 feet 6 inches
Height 7 feet 8 inches
Distance to temp screen
138” 11 feet 6 inches
Width of image
70” 5 feet 10 inches
57 inches 4 feet 9 inches
Distance from sofa
108” 8 feet 7 inches
Expanding on the image will allow a few more feet.
The first phase of constriction will involve bass platform and vertical barrier wall or baffle THX wall with an absorbent material.
Building won’t start till around July as I have other priorities far important over home cinema/theatre as im sure you’re aware of. This is only hobby at the end of the day.
I plan to spend no more than £200.00 pounds or less for the first part of the project.
Once that’s done I can get the window sorted because the ambient light thou I can think of 4 ways to sort it (temporally) (but I’d sooner go all the way).
The rest of the home cinema room will take many, many moths but this does encourage me now to get it moving along.
The fan is frigging noisy, but no more than the JBL sound system LOL or standing beside a 35mm projector as the film runs though the sprockets which is far nosier than video projector, now then.