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post #1141 of 1962 Old 01-22-2015, 04:17 PM
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I really debated if I wanted to post in this thread considering how awesome everybody's theaters look in comparison to mine. However, I figure there are a few people out there in the same place I am, so hopefully this encourages some of you to go ahead and build a theater. Quick amount of back story, I'm renting a 3 bedroom house right now, and don't have the luck of having a basement. I had wanted to do something dedicated for years, but just never had the room. Reading here however I discovered the small build thread, got inspired, and did a truly small build. My room is a 3rd bedroom that was being used as a guest/junk storage room. As the house is rented I was unable to paint (hence the paint job that is perfect for a 7 year old) or run in wall wiring. I expect that in the next few years I will buy a house, and my personal prerequisite for doing that is that I have a dedicated media room. However for now I'm proud of the fact that I turned a 11x12 room into a dedicated theater.

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Sub: SVS PC12-Plus. I've got plans on adding a second SVS, not sure if it will be a Plus or an Ultra.
Display: BenQ w1070 projector on a 92 inch Elite Screen
Misc: Sony BDP 6200, Sony Playstation 4, Apple TV, Roku, and a Harmony remote to bring it all together.










In a handful of those pictures you see the KLH surrounds in the back. Those were placeholder speakers that have since been swapped out for the SVS Prime Satellites, which are some surprisingly great little speakers. I know it isn't jaw dropping or impressive compared to most people's theaters on this site, but I promise it delivers a very fun theater experience!

I was digging this theater until I saw the bRUIN pennant...................those darn "little gutties!"

Too bad USC is closing to have #1 recruiting class for 2015..............sanctions are over, back to owning LA!
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No build thread, but here is CollinViegas's "reveal" thread with a bit of detail.
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/19-ded...fter-year.html
thank you sir!
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I really debated if I wanted to post in this thread considering how awesome everybody's theaters look in comparison to mine. However, I figure there are a few people out there in the same place I am, so hopefully this encourages some of you to go ahead and build a theater. Quick amount of back story, I'm renting a 3 bedroom house right now, and don't have the luck of having a basement. I had wanted to do something dedicated for years, but just never had the room. Reading here however I discovered the small build thread, got inspired, and did a truly small build. My room is a 3rd bedroom that was being used as a guest/junk storage room. As the house is rented I was unable to paint (hence the paint job that is perfect for a 7 year old) or run in wall wiring. I expect that in the next few years I will buy a house, and my personal prerequisite for doing that is that I have a dedicated media room. However for now I'm proud of the fact that I turned a 11x12 room into a dedicated theater.

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AVR: Denon 2112
Speakers: EMP E55ti towers, EMP E56ci center, EMP E55wi bipole surround speakers, SVS Prime Satellites (rear surrounds)
Sub: SVS PC12-Plus. I've got plans on adding a second SVS, not sure if it will be a Plus or an Ultra.
Display: BenQ w1070 projector on a 92 inch Elite Screen
Misc: Sony BDP 6200, Sony Playstation 4, Apple TV, Roku, and a Harmony remote to bring it all together.










In a handful of those pictures you see the KLH surrounds in the back. Those were placeholder speakers that have since been swapped out for the SVS Prime Satellites, which are some surprisingly great little speakers. I know it isn't jaw dropping or impressive compared to most people's theaters on this site, but I promise it delivers a very fun theater experience!
AllenA07 - once the lights go out all you see is the image on the screen and all you hear is the sound from your speakers, so bravo sir!
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AllenA07 - once the lights go out all you see is the image on the screen and all you hear is the sound from your speakers, so bravo sir!
well said!
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Hi All. This is my first ever media room build. I used multiple resources and don't even come close to pretend I did much right. #1 I am an IT security engineer with no background in construction. #2 I didn't have to go to the hospital at all during the build. #3 The only thing anyone else did was hang/finish the drywall and put in carpet. #4 I enjoy what I made, at the end of the day, that is what it is all about. Total cost of the room is about $9000=$9500.

If I can do it, ANYONE can!! Threw in some photo's of my vintage Star Wars collection as well for you geeks out there. Basement remodel will feature some of that...

Some background on the room, I unfortunately had limited space to work with in the particular area, it is about 13.5 x 18. No perfectly ideal but it seems to be fine. I am a minimalist so I tried to do a tasteful room. Behind the drywall, the entire room is done in Roxul Safe'N Sound. Two layers of drywall on ceiling. So that was my sound proofing and the results really aren't bad. Above is the kitchen and with the volume cranked you can't hear much at all. Most of the sound reverberates out the back of the theater and up the stairs when the door is open in the back of the room. You can hear nothing on the top floor of my house and that was really my main goal. Be able to blast it even if my wife and kid are asleep upstairs. No problems there.
The front stage was the hardest thing for me. An IT guy doing that curved wood stage was kind of a joke. Props to all wood workers out there. LOL

For the stage, I did use sand and for the riser in the back, I filled it with Safe N Sound as well. So you can see, I at LEAST tried to do some things right with the help of this forum and other reading.




























Added some photos with various scene settings of the Lutron Spacer System..

Thanks for looking at my humble attempt at a media room.

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Love the room. Great job.

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IonC, I love your room! I'm a Sony HW40ES owner also - great projector! Your Star Wars collection is amazing to say the least...
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IonC, I love your room! I'm a Sony HW40ES owner also - great projector! Your Star Wars collection is amazing to say the least...
Schlemstar, thank you for the kind words I got your PM but I don't quite have the post count yet to send you back a message, so I will just post it here. To answer your questions..My screen is 110" and it is a Sable Elite Screen. Bought it from Amazon. So far it has been great. My chairs are actually black, I need to retake the photos because the camera I used sucked. They are Seatcraft Sienna's. I bought them because their size fit the room great and they are actually quite comfortable for the price. I also put dimmers on the LED's for the chairs because they were way too bright. I dimmed them down to about 15% of their normal brightness and it looks a lot better for my room.

Thanks again!

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Room looks awesome!
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love the collection! it is funny be my cousin had most of these but we played with them until they fell apart! he even had the various ships to go with them -

great looking room as well clan and too the point and I like that you can show off the speakers!
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how bright are those chairs LEDs in the dark? can it be dimmed or turned off during a movie?

Projector: BenQ w1500 + ES Sable 135" 16:9 Screen AVR: Marantz SR6011 ATMOS/DTSX + Unity 2ch Amp + Darbee 5000s Speakers: Polk Audio TSX550t (FL/FR), CS2 Series II (C), FXiA6 (SL/SR), Monitor40 Series II (RL/RR), TSx110B (Ceiling FL/FR RL/RR) LFE: (2) JL Audio 12" Subs + (2) Dayton 15" Subs + (2) ButtKicker LFE Arrangement: 7.1.4 Source: OPPO UDP-203 4k Bluray Player, Roku 4, HTPC, 2017 nVidia Shield, Hauppauge OTA DVR

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how bright are those chairs LEDs in the dark? can it be dimmed or turned off during a movie?
The chair LED's have buttons to turn the floor lights and cup holders off. I put on LED dimmers because they are just way too bright stock. I dimmed them to about 15% of original brightness and can manually adjust them all as wanted. When each chair is full power the whole room is lit up blue, was not very desirable IMO much better dimmed way down.
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Sweet - love the Star Wars stuff, do you also have comics but not in this collection?

I was fortunate to grow up in the 70's, saw all 3 movies in the Cinema back then, and also collected comics and have all the Star Wars issue # 1- 20's that I actually bought myself real time in store (all # 1 versions, yes the rare # 1 also) , and some of the big ones also.
Here's my kids a few years back reading them on the rare occasion I took them out of the dedicated storage briefcase. We also built some of the lego stuff, Death Star, etc.
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Sweet - love the Star Wars stuff, do you also have comics but not in this collection?

I was fortunate to grow up in the 70's, saw all 3 movies in the Cinema back then, and also collected comics and have all the Star Wars issue # 1- 20's that I actually bought myself real time in store (all # 1 versions, yes the rare # 1 also) , and some of the big ones also.
Here's my kids a few years back reading them on the rare occasion I took them out of the dedicated storage briefcase. We also built some of the lego stuff, Death Star, etc.
Mike, I do have the comics as well but in my basement I will mostly be displaying toys from 77-85 that are still factory packaged. I also have some GI Joe, Indiana Jones, etc. My entire basement will basically be one giant Man-Child cave..very thankful my wife lets me do this stuff. She is well aware of the value of the vintage line though so that helps me out. She knows when I croak that she and my daughters will inherit a nice little nest egg.. LOL
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Here is mine... Just a few more panels to complete, finish masking the lower screen/stage, and the main HT room is complete (few panels in the hallway also).












Hopefully I will find the time soon to complete the last bits.
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98% complete, a few minor thing left to do. You can check the tread of the Creekside Stone Cinema via the signature at the bottom




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Hi All. This is my first ever media room build.



Thanks for looking at my humble attempt at a media room.
Love the room. May I ask what color/paint you used on the walls?

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Love the room. May I ask what color/paint you used on the walls?

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Ron, the large portion of walls are this:

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I originally planned for a bar in the back, but I did all of the construction in 2 weeks for the Super Bowl and ran out of time. So I ordered a couple of pub tables. We have a bar outside the HT, so that's probably sufficient.







I kept it simple (and budget friendly), but added some basics...
* OSB + 5/8" heavy drywall + GreenGlue/QuietGluePro
* backer boxes for in-ceiling surrounds
* "Minimalist" AT screen
* recessed equipment rack
* Linacoustic GoM panels and behind screen
* JVC DLA-RS56 (loved the Reelwood 3D demo bluray)
* bass traps and THTLP are next
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I originally planned for a bar in the back, but I did all of the construction in 2 weeks for the Super Bowl and ran out of time. So I ordered a couple of pub tables. We have a bar outside the HT, so that's probably sufficient.

I kept it simple (and budget friendly), but added some basics...
* OSB + 5/8" heavy drywall + GreenGlue/QuietGluePro
* backer boxes for in-ceiling surrounds
* "Minimalist" AT screen
* recessed equipment rack
* Linacoustic GoM panels and behind screen
* JVC DLA-RS56 (loved the Reelwood 3D demo bluray)
* bass traps and THTLP are next


Very nice! Welcome to the club. Now sit back and enjoy!
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What do you people do for a living to be able to build some of these rooms? Are the banks in your area that easy to hold up LOL
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WOW, you got that done in 2 weeks! It took us 6 months to get it usable, and a year later we still are not 100% done.
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What do you people do for a living to be able to build some of these rooms? Are the banks in your area that easy to hold up LOL
I bought my left and right main speakers in 1999 and finished the 7 channel set in 2012. Started small and built from there. DIY speakers come in kits now and are incredibly easy to build also. If you're handy, you can build one of these rooms too. If you're not handy, you can learn. I could barely hold a tape measure. All the information you need is right here on this forum.
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I swapped, and bought used equipment as much as possible, I then took out some money from my retirement to complete the room... It was done by a friend and myself for considerably less than if i had hired a crew to come in and do the job. The advantage to doing it this way was the cost, but the disadvantage is it might have been nicer (depending on who was hired), and could have been done much quicker by hiring a crew.
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I swapped, and bought used equipment as much as possible, I then took out some money from my retirement to complete the room... It was done by a friend and myself for considerably less than if i had hired a crew to come in and do the job. The advantage to doing it this way was the cost, but the disadvantage is it might have been nicer (depending on who was hired), and could have been done much quicker by hiring a crew.
Quicker may be.....................but I'm not so sure better. DIY is a better alternative for those of us with OCD!
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I originally planned for a bar in the back, but I did all of the construction in 2 weeks for the Super Bowl and ran out of time. So I ordered a couple of pub tables. We have a bar outside the HT, so that's probably sufficient.







I kept it simple (and budget friendly), but added some basics...
* OSB + 5/8" heavy drywall + GreenGlue/QuietGluePro
* backer boxes for in-ceiling surrounds
* "Minimalist" AT screen
* recessed equipment rack
* Linacoustic GoM panels and behind screen
* JVC DLA-RS56 (loved the Reelwood 3D demo bluray)
* bass traps and THTLP are next
Clarence,
This is a great space you have. It's a great color scheme and even has a bathroom. Did you start a build thread?
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I bought my left and right main speakers in 1999 and finished the 7 channel set in 2012. Started small and built from there. DIY speakers come in kits now and are incredibly easy to build also. If you're handy, you can build one of these rooms too. If you're not handy, you can learn. I could barely hold a tape measure. All the information you need is right here on this forum.
I did most of my work myself and wish now I would have waited and hired the right people to do it right. I am actually so disappointed with my theater that I really don't even use it anymore. My problem was I was in such a hurry to get done. I would suggest to anybody planning a theater build that they should get "hurry" off the list. I think I am going to disassemble my theater and just wait till I can build what I wanted from the beginning. Unfortunately that will not be in this house.
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I have to say the cinema rooms you guys have are amazing , well done all , i can't belive the size of some of them !
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