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post #31 of 54 Old 07-27-2012, 08:56 AM - Thread Starter
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Thanks for the response Mike, I really appreciate all the help from the AVS community. I have slowed down the building process while I work on the rest of the basement and work out some good plans for the room. I am definitely planning on toeing the corners of the stage and was going to have removable AT fabric panels on the front and sides facing the screen (borrowing heavily from Mario's Cinemar build) I would like the stage to be framed and drywalled or mdf with some acoustical treatments like lining it with linacoustic and maybe creating bass traps on the top half of both speaker columns ( advice welcomed biggrin.gif). I am definitely going with two rows as I have a large extended family that will be enjoying the theater with us and I have the length two fit two rows.. I am thinking at this point I will not use recliners on the backrow and go with some theater style seats or a long couch, as I want to make sure my front row is not to close to the screen. I will rework my design and speaker placement and am planning on using a bipole/dipole for my surround speakers so that I have some additional flexibility in the side column placement. Thanks again!
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Back for a lonngggg hiatus

So after 3 years, another child, career changes and many other life events I am finally getting back to my theater build!!

Full basement is framed out including the theater. Framed in the back wall and new theater door that will fit a nice solid core or exterior door. 24" soffits on both side walls run the full length of the theater.

Next step is electrical (full basement) and running all my AV cables. Going to run 2 HDMI and CAT6 fro the projector and the good MP speaker wire for 7.1 (even though I am changing setup to 5.1 for now).

Should be completely done with the whole basement and theater by May. More posts and questions to come, Glad to be back!!!
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Update:
- Double Insulated Walls and Ceiling (my attempt to sound dampen)
- Ran all cables
- 2 HDMI to Projector
- 1 Cat 6 to Projector
- 7.2 Speaker and woofer cables 16 for front stage 14 for surrounds
- I ended up adding 1- 1/2" PVC conduit to right above the low voltage box in the picture. Decided to do this the last night before drywall goes up today.

Drywall is going up today, I can't wait to see it I feel like a kid on xmas morning. is that weird?
I did not end up doing all the sound proofing that I originally planned. I decided it wasn't worth it due to budgeting and the fact that the basement theater is on the complete opposite side of my kids rooms. I did end up adding double R13 for the walls and R30 on ceilings, seems to deaden the sound inside and outside of the room. A/V room is next to the theater so I wont have any component sound to worry about.

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- Riser - Planning on a 5-1/2 to 6' depth and trying to decide if I should run it the full width of the theater or just have a floating riser with stairs on either side. I am only planning on having a couch on the riser so it may look funny if the riser is 14' wide and couch is only 7' in the middle.
- Stage- I would like to add columns and a middle run to house sub-woofer and center.
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Drywall is up and it's got me rethinking my plans for the riser. My Room demonstrations are 16x18.5. I was planning on a 5/1/2 to 6'x16 riser where I will put a long leather couch for spillover seating. I am only going to go with 4 chairs and will use these on the floor. When I sit where the first row will be (12' away from screen) it seems like it maybe to close. I really want to be fully immersed but am wondering if sitting 12' away from a 120" screen is too close?
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Drywall is up and it's got me rethinking my plans for the riser. My Room demonstrations are 16x18.5. I was planning on a 5/1/2 to 6'x16 riser where I will put a long leather couch for spillover seating. I am only going to go with 4 chairs and will use these on the floor. When I sit where the first row will be (12' away from screen) it seems like it maybe to close. I really want to be fully immersed but am wondering if sitting 12' away from a 120" screen is too close?
I'm going to be 9.5-10' away from a 125" 16:9 screen. I think you are fine. Someone will probably post the viewing angle diagram.
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I'm going to be 9.5-10' away from a 125" 16:9 screen. I think you are fine. Someone will probably post the viewing angle diagram.
Did you do an AV screen? Talk about a late response but I am just getting back to my theater again!!
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Did you do an AV screen? Talk about a late response but I am just getting back to my theater again!!
I actually ended up going with a 152" diag 2.40 screen from 9.5'. Screen is from http://www.seymourav.com/
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Update:

Riser construction is complete. Per suggestions from other threads I stuffed the riser with pink stuff and added three 1' registers to act as Bass Traps for the corners and middle. I also ran wiring for an outlet to the front of the riser for future theater chairs. I ended up with roughly 156" in between the two 6" steps to allow for the width of 4 recliners. The Riser is 16.5' X 6', I will have a large couch for now for spillover seating but will mainly be sitting in the front row.



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Next Steps is Screen Wall and Trim. I plan to build my screen wall similar to the picture below where my side columns are pitched in towards the middle of the room. I am researching on the forums what materials to use on the walls for sound absorption behind my LCR and will likely house my subwoofer in the middle section of the stage with the center. Unless of course I am not getting the sound I want with the subwoofer housed in the stage, I may end up crawling it around the room (especially once I upgrade my BIC 12" to a HSU).

The side walls will have black trim made from mainly 1x and molding halfway up the wall and possible making some type of columns for my sides and rears (still deciding).

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I really need to change the name of my theater to something like "the never ending build" or "The life gets in the way of my build out theater" suggestions welcome LoL.

That being said I am getting very close to the Trim and Paint stage of the build and have completed my front stage framing. I am really happy with my angled columns, when sitting in the center of the room the turned in columns give a good sense of immersion that I was going for. I filled the column bases with sand and will do the same for the center bench before wrapping in MDF (which will get done this weekend). I will also be adding more insulation to fill the screen wall cavities and am diving into the forums on what to install on the inside of the columns (absorption). Once the front is complete I will get to work on the columns which will just be basic 1x2 frames wrapped with MDF and insulated. I also plan on cutting into the drywall to sink the surrounds into the wall, this will also give me a chance to build a simple speaker box for the surrounds. I will be using JBL Areana B15's.

On another note i have received my Chane 2.4 center and should get the new 5.4 towers in later August. This is lighting the fire to get this thing completed already!
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Holy ****, 7 years? Dude, that's some patience.
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You have no Idea LoL
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What's caused the massive delay?
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The theater is the last room in a 1600 sf daylight basement that we have slowly finished over the last 3 years. I started designing and planning for the theater well ahead of the real work began. The life, kids, career changes etc have slowed progress.
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Some updates, working on the column fronts and still deciding how to create the fabric panels. I am thinking I may add 2x2 strips to overhang from the backside of the cutouts and use either magnets or speaker grill guides to attach the panels. I will be ordering GOM FR701 for the panels but I am a bit concerned about sagging with the size of the front columns, the surround columns should be skinny enough not to sag. Also I was toying with the idea of raising up my towers in the columns to allow for Subs up front but I am thinking against this as it will as it is likely not the best acoustic approach. I am opting for running subwoofer cables to the two back corners of the room and leave the subs out of any secondary enclosure.

I have a family friend coming out to do all the trim work and surround columns (i will be cutting the front panels with the speaker cutouts and backing) in late September so will need to finish up the Front stage and start wrapping in 1x (trying to clean up the lines before trim). Very happy as this will greatly speed up the build. I will be running wainscoting with 1x and picture boxes. I will also be adding crown at both levels as the back half of the theater ceiling drops down about 8". I am having him drop the crown in the front part of the ceiling so i can run LED strip lighting. Once trim is in I will be painting all the trim, screen wall, and ceiling in flat black. The walls will likely be gray. Carpet is already sized and picked out, going with a grey twist that has a lot of white black and sliver tones, its a bit brighter to provide some good contrast with the blackness of the trim and walls. i will post a pic of my colors and carpet soon.
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Sagging only occurs if the grills bow under the tension of the fabric, tight GOM will not sag, You can think about putting mid span supports in strategic locations not in front of a speaker driver.
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Trim is complete including column construction. Next up is to paint before the carpet install.












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Another HT in Atlanta nice. Hey @atolnay00 is your HT color schemes grey and black? I love your grey so far.

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Yes it is Grey and Black. Funny thing is I asked the guy at home depot to tint some primer grey and ended up liking the color he mixed up better than the one I had picked out. I ended up having them color match the primer for my wall color.

I am still working on some paint touch ups and creating the GOM speaker panels which i hope to finish up this weekend. The next week is Screen install (120' Fixed Silver ticket) and system hookup and calabration.
I am hoping for our first family movie night next Sunday!

Here is another pic that shows the color scheme, I will post some better pics once it is Done-Done.
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I still need to take some better pictures but here is the completed theater.....finally

The Front stage is very enveloping as intended and because the screen wall is flat black and recessed it really pops and I m not getting much bleeding. The wall color choice meets the Wife Factor but I am starting to understand the Blacker the Better concept now that I am getting used to watching in a dedicated room. I may end up repainting down the road.

I am running the Chane A5.4's for LR and 2.4 Center and am astounding by the clarity and detail of these speakers. I am running JBL B15's for all 4 surrounds and my old BIC F12 is on sub duty. Overall I am blown away by the sound quality from the room. I will be upgrading the sub first and am thinking 2 12" HSU's will work nicely to balance the room.

I am so happy with the outcome thanks to all the expertise on the forum with steering me with all my decisions!!
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Looks pretty awesome, man. Congrats on finally finishing it. If you decide to have an Atlanta area get-together I'm interested in coming.

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Nice HT @atolnay00 . Since you didn't sound proofing your HT, any issue with you bothering the rest of your family when you are watching movies?
Again awesome HT.

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Again awesome HT.

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Thanks Femi!

The theater is located in a great spot, its in our daylight basement under our kitchen which is the furthest spot from the kids bedrooms. So while you can hear some sub-woofer rumbling it is not bad at all and doesn't really disrupt sleeping kids/ wife. In a perfect world I should have at least decoupled the ceiling, but I was working with a tight budget during drywall time.

We are going to be replacing our wood flooring upstairs next year and I have seen some acoustic under-layments at depot that may cut down on some of the noise. Ill look into that a bit more once we are close to laying down new hardwood.
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Finally putting the finishing touches on the Theater (first row of chairs) and the Bar's
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