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Hello All,

Just wanted to share my completed theater room that was finished a year ago. It's a fairly small and modest room (12.5ft x 12.5ft), nowhere near as big and fancy as some of the rooms here but I made the most of the small space I had and I'm pretty happy with it





















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Tell us where we can purchase each of those awesome Alien, Terminator and Predator figurines!

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Haha, the statues are from Sideshow Collectibles 🙂

They are all sold out though. Some of them are quite old. eBay would be your best bet.
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There's always something to add, delete, change, upgrade. This is my "complete"/work-forever-in-progress since Jan 2018. Is it ever really done guys?

Room Size: 24’ x 13’ x 8’ (24' from behind screen; ~19" from front of screen)
Projector: Epson Pro Cinema 6030UB
Lens: Panamorph CineVista
Screen: Silver Ticket AT Screen 2.35:1, 138”
LCR Speakers: 2x KEF Q900, KEF Q600C
Surround + Atmos: x6 Monoprice Caliber 8” In-Wall 3-way, x4 Monoprice 8” 2-way speakers
Subs: On the stage: Monolith M15, x2 SVS PB13-Ultra; On the riser: x2 Monolith M12, x2 BIC F12
TR/Shakers: x 4 ButtKicker BK-LFE
Pre/Pro: Marantz AV-7704
Amplifier: Emotiva XPA-5 Gen3, x3 Crown XLS-1002, x2 Crown XLS-1502
A/V Source: Oppo BDP-103D, Sony UBP-X800, Custom HTPC, XBOX 360 S
Stream: Amazon Fire TV, Synology DS916+
Seats: Larson 3-piece Power Leather Recliner, an old loveseat that needs to go, Big Joe bean-bag chair
Rack: x2 Sanus CFR1615 stacked
Remote: Harmony Hub Smartphone Control
Airflow/Cooling: On rank: AC Affinity CLOUDPLATE T1, AC Affinity CLOUDPLATE T1-N; On Wall: AC Affinity AIRPLATE S9, AC Affinity AIRPLATE T9
Other: Darbee Vision DVP-5000, Samsung 6 Series 50” TV, Kuman 7 Inch HD Display mounted on rack, Monster Power HDP 2500, Furman M-8X2, custom wall & ceiling panels
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Very nice! Which theater seats are those. They might work perfect for a 13.5 × 16 foot theater I'm planning. I was going to go with 3 across but would rather 4. Thanks.


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Very nice! Which theater seats are those. They might work perfect for a 13.5 × 16 foot theater I'm planning. I was going to go with 3 across but would rather 4. Thanks.
Thanks man, they are actually an Australian brand so probably won't be of any use to you, but either way they can be found here:

https://www.lifestylestore.com.au/em...c-recline.html
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Hello All,

Just wanted to share my completed theater room that was finished a year ago. It's a fairly small and modest room (12.5ft x 12.5ft), nowhere near as big and fancy as some of the rooms here but I made the most of the small space I had and I'm pretty happy with it























men this is stupid sexy
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Hello All,



Just wanted to share my completed theater room that was finished a year ago. It's a fairly small and modest room (12.5ft x 12.5ft), nowhere near as big and fancy as some of the rooms here but I made the most of the small space I had and I'm pretty happy with it











































AWESOME theater!!!! Thanks for sharing. Great colors and great finishes you chose.

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Very neat, tidy & affective.

Good job xpl0sive
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AWESOME theater!!!! Thanks for sharing. Great colors and great finishes you chose.

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buddy why u did not installed surround sparkers , u did the surround's back , but no surround's
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There's always something to add, delete, change, upgrade. This is my "complete"/work-forever-in-progress since Jan 2018. Is it ever really done guys?



Room Size: 24’ x 13’ x 8’ (24' from behind screen; ~19" from front of screen)

Projector: Epson Pro Cinema 6030UB

Lens: Panamorph CineVista

Screen: Silver Ticket AT Screen 2.35:1, 138”

LCR Speakers: 2x KEF Q900, KEF Q600C

Surround + Atmos: x6 Monoprice Caliber 8” In-Wall 3-way, x4 Monoprice 8” 2-way speakers

Subs: On the stage: Monolith M15, x2 SVS PB13-Ultra; On the riser: x2 Monolith M12, x2 BIC F12

TR/Shakers: x 4 ButtKicker BK-LFE

Pre/Pro: Marantz AV-7704

Amplifier: Emotiva XPA-5 Gen3, x3 Crown XLS-1002, x2 Crown XLS-1502

A/V Source: Oppo BDP-103D, Sony UBP-X800, Custom HTPC, XBOX 360 S

Stream: Amazon Fire TV, Synology DS916+

Seats: Larson 3-piece Power Leather Recliner, an old loveseat that needs to go, Big Joe bean-bag chair

Rack: x2 Sanus CFR1615 stacked

Remote: Harmony Hub Smartphone Control

Airflow/Cooling: On rank: AC Affinity CLOUDPLATE T1, AC Affinity CLOUDPLATE T1-N; On Wall: AC Affinity AIRPLATE S9, AC Affinity AIRPLATE T9

Other: Darbee Vision DVP-5000, Samsung 6 Series 50” TV, Kuman 7 Inch HD Display mounted on rack, Monster Power HDP 2500, Furman M-8X2, custom wall & ceiling panels
Are those Next Level Acoustic speakers? If so how do you like their performance?

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Are those Next Level Acoustic speakers? If so how do you like their performance?

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No skylarlove1999. They aren't. Surrounds and atmos are from monoprice.
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No skylarlove1999. They aren't. Surrounds and atmos are from monoprice.
They look very nice how do they sound

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Ok guys, here's my low budget (under 15k) HT setup in a 12'4" wide x 13' 2" deep x 12' tall space:

















































































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@m0j0 thanks for all the pictures. Love your theme. Love those doors at the entrance and the concessions. Love Darth at the back of the theater. Amazing theater. What are you hiding in that hush box? I assume it exhausts into your AV closet directly behind the theater and you have some way of venting cold air in as well to the box.

Love all the velvet. My theater is the same way. Velvet curtains on the sides as far as the eye can see.

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@m0j0 thanks for all the pictures. Love your theme. Love those doors at the entrance and the concessions. Love Darth at the back of the theater. Amazing theater. What are you hiding in that hush box? I assume it exhausts into your AV closet directly behind the theater and you have some way of venting cold air in as well to the box.

Love all the velvet. My theater is the same way. Velvet curtains on the sides as far as the eye can see.

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Thanks! I have a Sony VPL-VW695ES in the hush box with 3 fans on top, two in the back to exhaust hot air from the projector fans and one in the front for intake. I built some heat exhaust pipes if you will to carry the exhaust from the front of the projector to the back of the hush box. Before I closed up the box, I bent the pipes up so that they meet up with the exhaust fans.



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Thanks! I have a Sony VPL-VW695ES in the hush box with 3 fans on top, two in the back to exhaust hot air from the projector fans and one in the front for intake. I built some heat exhaust pipes if you will to carry the exhaust from the front of the projector to the back of the hush box. Before I closed up the box, I bent the pipes up so that they meet up with the exhaust fans.



Cool nice design. Awesome theater. You can tell a lot of time, energy, thought and hard work went into your theater.

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This is my cinema/studio, 95% finished.

It's located in the basement of my home in Brisbane, Australia. 120" 16:9 screen.

Speakers: Dynaudio BM6a (7) - Custom Dual 10" Sub (2) - Klipsch 8" ATMOS (4). Star Ceiling. Marantz 8802A. There are also a separate PA sysytem both sides of the screen for when the room is used as a music/recording/screening room.

I've posted various questions over my build on here over the time I've been building (3+yrs, by myself) and very much appreciate the help I've been given. Especially, BIG.

Time I started to show what we've got so, far... attached. The room in fully Room within Room with a Air-Lock entry bridge and Opposing Dual Door exit setup, (sand filled) Note: In the pic, the stage lights and wall lights are ON and illuminated blue by variable LED light strip over the curtains, so the screen wall alcove is not as black when these lights are off.

In the pic, I am intending to make a small stage to hide the dual subs in front & under the screen, although when there is a loud pulse, those sub vent a powerful blasts of fast moving air over the people in the seating. I wasn't expecting that, but love it.

The front also has alcoves both sides of the screen, I can't fit in the frame.
I have taken photos throughout the build so do intend to post a build thread, when I can find time, just started a new business.
very very sharp..looks like a super fun room...

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Cool nice design. Awesome theater. You can tell a lot of time, energy, thought and hard work went into your theater.

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Yeah, it's been a journey but totally worth the effort! It's my hobby after all (though my wife suggests it's closer to an obsession).


Here's what the room looked like 3 years ago when we bought the house:



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Yeah, it's been a journey but totally worth the effort! It's my hobby after all (though my wife suggests it's closer to an obsession).


Here's what the room looked like 3 years ago when we bought the house:


Don't they all. LOL

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Yeah, it's been a journey but totally worth the effort! It's my hobby after all (though my wife suggests it's closer to an obsession).


Here's what the room looked like 3 years ago when we bought the house:


Quite a transformation ! I love the theater entrance - a lot of work went into that. Looks great !
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Quite a transformation ! I love the theater entrance - a lot of work went into that. Looks great !

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Here is the current state of my theater. I'll be adding additional acoustic room treatments from GIK over the next month or two.
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Here is the current state of my theater. I'll be adding additional acoustic room treatments from GIK over the next month or two.

Love the dual screens! One of these days, I'm going to try and fit in a 115" 2.39:1 electric tab tension screen over the top of my fixed frame 110" screen.
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Love the dual screens! One of these days, I'm going to try and fit in a 115" 2.39:1 electric tab tension screen over the top of my fixed frame 110" screen.

It was less expensive to buy 2 screens than to buy one electric masking screen. And, I could then have a taller / larger 16:9 screen for 16:9 films. My collection consists of about 40 - 45% 16:9 films. Not counting any of the few TV series we watch - like Homeland.
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I love the name of the theatre in reference to "The Force"..The barn door entrance and the sign look great.!!
A very nice looking theatre overall..Well done.!
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I love the name of the theatre in reference to "The Force"..The barn door entrance and the sign look great.!!
A very nice looking theatre overall..Well done.!
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