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A build thread of your theater would nice to see. I like how the rear door blends in. Are you ceilings 10' high and do you like the pit sectional with the bar? I have the room for two rows of seats but most the time it would be just me and my wife in the room and the pit sectional looks a lot more comfortable when watching sports by myself.


Hi sorry for delayed response. Jammed with work and enjoying sleep deprivation with newborn! Ceilings are 10’ high but ceiling baffle is 9’. If I could do over, I would have done coffered ceilings to gain more height.

When i designed the room, I wanted a room we would use every day. I really like having a couch because it’s casual and you can relax. When people come over for games, then I have the bar seating. I wanted to have 3 tiers without having raised floor: I have two oversized bean bags, then couch (which is really wide and can seat 4 easily), then raised bar seating.


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How are the insulation panels done?


Erskine group did the construction- you can find a bunch of their builds. I know standard construction with framing, insulation, double drywall to create the sealed drywall interior. Then they apply the absorbers and diffusers with fabric over. But I’m not sure about their method- I missed those days of construction.


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My First Home Theater Build

So I have (almost) completed my first home theater and I am pretty happy with the way it turned out. I stole lots of tips from many of the great contributors here in the forum so thank you all for sharing your knowledge!

Still working on decor but most of the blocking and tackling is done and me and the family are giving the theater a good workout!
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Agreed, very nice and clean. How do you like the Atmos speakers in those positions for movies? I'm trying to figure out positioning for mine now.

Edit: weird, there was another post before mine saying what a nice clean build this is.
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Here's a few pictures of our theater. 7.2.4 system consisting of SVS Ultra fronts, dual pb12 plus subs, 4 Def Tech atmos speakers and a Klipsch surround speaker in each of the 4 columns.

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So I have (almost) completed my first home theater and I am pretty happy with the way it turned out. I stole lots of tips from many of the great contributors here in the forum so thank you all for sharing your knowledge!

Still working on decor but most of the blocking and tackling is done and me and the family are giving the theater a good workout!
Great space! Can you share some specs on your room? Room size? screen size? screen to seat measurements? riser height? chair mfg? etc
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Great space! Can you share some specs on your room? Room size? screen size? screen to seat measurements? riser height? chair mfg? etc
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Agreed, very nice and clean. How do you like the Atmos speakers in those positions for movies? I'm trying to figure out positioning for mine now.

Edit: weird, there was another post before mine saying what a nice clean build this is.
So far I have no issue with the positioning of the Atmos speakers but I will admit I am no audiophile.
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So I have (almost) completed my first home theater and I am pretty happy with the way it turned out. I stole lots of tips from many of the great contributors here in the forum so thank you all for sharing your knowledge!

Still working on decor but most of the blocking and tackling is done and me and the family are giving the theater a good workout!
I have a design kind of like this with chairs off to the side that would be for when we have a Super Bowl party or another game night. How is the sound with this room opened to the side? What does you plan look like?

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So I have (almost) completed my first home theater and I am pretty happy with the way it turned out. I stole lots of tips from many of the great contributors here in the forum so thank you all for sharing your knowledge!

Still working on decor but most of the blocking and tackling is done and me and the family are giving the theater a good workout!
Congratulations! What shade of paint did you use on your walls?

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I have a design kind of like this with chairs off to the side that would be for when we have a Super Bowl party or another game night. How is the sound with this room opened to the side? What does you plan look like?
The sound is good and I think it will improve once I get some acoustical treatments up. From the stools, the view of the screen is not optimal - if you are in the stool furthest from the wall you are ok but the others it is a little awkward to see the whole screen.


My Plan is to put a granite countertop on the half wall where the stools are and turn the Man Cave area into part bar/lounge area and part poker room. My layout is attached. I also have to figure out some décor for the walls in the actual theater - haven't figured that out and I am eager for suggestions.
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The Theater is Benjamin Moore Slate Grey - I really like it in person, it is dark enough for a theater but not too dark where it is gloomy and still has character. The lighter grey in the adjacent Man Cave with the stools is Benjamin Moore Delray Grey.
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So I have (almost) completed my first home theater and I am pretty happy with the way it turned out.
Very clean, but are you missing a bunch of speakers.
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Very clean, but are you missing a bunch of speakers.

I went with a 5.1.2 for the speakers. The Fronts are behind the screen. The Rears and Atmos are in the ceiling. I didn't put the rears on the back wall because it would have been right on top of the back row so I put them in the ceiling.


What would you have done differently?
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I went with a 5.1.2 for the speakers. The Fronts are behind the screen. The Rears and Atmos are in the ceiling. I didn't put the rears on the back wall because it would have been right on top of the back row so I put them in the ceiling.


What would you have done differently?
I would have put them in/on the back wall even if they are just behind the back row. With them both in the ceiling you get no seperation and it get muddy. Great theater anyway!

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Exactly. When I saw four ceiling speakers I thought all four were for height channels. You're mixing apples and oranges on the same plane. However, still a clean look even if the audio arrangement is skewed.
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I would have put them in/on the back wall even if they are just behind the back row. With them both in the ceiling you get no seperation and it get muddy. Great theater anyway!

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I just noticed this after the others pointed it out. So the back ceiling speakers are your surrounds? I see why you did that with having the open half wall my guess. You could mount speakers in the back corners of the room and angle them in to give you separation from the Atmos speakers. You could leave the back two and eventually go with a 5.1.4 system.
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If you're going to go against all speaker placement conventions, I would make the rear ceiling ones the Left and Right front channels, make the height channels come out of the front L/R. Use the sub as the center channel, by setting crossovers as high as possible, and go with Auro's voice of god coming from the center speaker and the front two ceiling speakers. It would then be three voice of god speakers making the holy trinity.
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What would a 5.2.2 setup that also has 2 rear height channel speakers be called? Is that technically a 7.2.2 or 5.2.4?
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I went with a 5.1.2 for the speakers. The Fronts are behind the screen. The Rears and Atmos are in the ceiling. I didn't put the rears on the back wall because it would have been right on top of the back row so I put them in the ceiling.


What would you have done differently?
Sorry you got clobbered here.

If you want to consider upgrades in terms of new ideas, you may want to start a thread about your theater, as well.
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I went with a 5.1.2 for the speakers. The Fronts are behind the screen. The Rears and Atmos are in the ceiling. I didn't put the rears on the back wall because it would have been right on top of the back row so I put them in the ceiling.

What would you have done differently?
Very nice looking theater, especially for a first attempt. With the rear speakers in the ceiling you probably get great continuity of flyover effects from your 5.1.2 system.

Don't sweat it.
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PULSAR3002,

You should be proud of the so called humble Theater. It looks great and I'm sure you and others are enjoying it.

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You should be proud of the so called humble Theater. It looks great and I'm sure you and others are enjoying it.

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Thanks - I am totally ok with it. I actually had a consultant come (Magnolia) to the space before I did any work - they first suggested putting them in the ceiling. Even with some of these opinions I think I still would have done it the same. My seat is center of the first row and the rear ceilings still sound like they are coming from behind so no issue there for me. When sitting in the back row I much prefer the sound from above rather than right behind my ear. I have been in rooms where the sound is right behind my ear and the entire time I am thinking that I wish it wasn't right behind my ear - it consumes the experience because it is so in your face (ear lol).


So for me I think it is the better move, particularly because in addition to the sound I prefer the clean look.
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hello all, looking for a home theater room contractor. I am looking for a contractor that can do one from scratch. from the style to all the a/v equip. I live in Diamond Bar California. if someone can recommend me to a contractor, I would really appreciate it.
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