Originally Posted by Stoked21
Thought you'd get a kick out of the 11 month project at a quick glimpse....Gaudy Retro Theater....More details on my build thread in sig.
March 30, 2015:
Beginning pic....A week earlier I had installed the speakers and pulled all cable/wire and did the rack. Room still used as storage.
Sept 3, 2015:
Room completed after 5 months of work while simultaneously remodeling the entire kitchen (all while on crutches in a surgical boot). Used only a few times as constant speaker swaps and equipment upgrades were made through Nov 2015.
Nov 23, 2015:
Phase 2--Room demolished again after less than 3 months of use, during which time constant rework and mods were being made.
Feb 24, 2016:
After 94 days of construction, room is 98% complete with countless upgrades. 20,000Watts 7.2.4 (9.4.6 ready), all matched drivers, 4K(eShift) HDR 130"wide. Bringing the 11 month journey to an end (For now!
) All DIY, no outside help and no contractors. Other than help lifting things occasionally, and the wife helping me with my color-blindness, this was a solo project.
I know I'm late to comment, but...
Awesome renovation! I am impressed and I love the colors. Are your acoustic panels DIY or purchased? I would like to know the type and cloth colors so I can duplicate.
Current Equipment: Datasat LS10 w/ Atmos and DIRAC. ATI 6005, AT527NC, Aerial Acoustics LR5's (LCR), SR3's sides, LR3's (rears), Seaton Submersive HP, Marantz VP15s1, 123" diag 16:9 Stewart Cima Neve screen, Oppo BDP-103, Palliser Flicks Theater Seating AC Power: Eaton whole-house surge protector at main panel, three dedicated 20 amp circuits, Surgex XR315 surge protector at equipment rack, Cyberpower 1400VA/900 watt, true sine wave UPS.