Originally Posted by impreza276
I could not figure this out: Did you build a room within a room then further decouple it with clips and channel?
Greetings! So, the walls are decoupled—double stud walls where there is a wall on the other side, and 1” air gap between concrete and studs where walls were built in front of foundation concrete. Not a true room within a room because the ceiling is decoupled by IB-3 clips instead of using the separate joists between existing joists that a true room within a room requires If I had the height for dedicated joists and gone that route, then it would have been a room within a room. All planes, save the floor, are decoupled with clips and channel, along with three drywall layers plus the gloriously expensive green glue!
Originally Posted by Ladeback
Hay Beast the room next to my makeshift theater used to be my weight room, but I wasn't using them. My neighbor has a son in middle school that plays football, baseball and wrestles and asked if they could borrow the equipment till my son is old enough to lift which will be about the time their son goes to collage. I said yes and helped them move everything to there house. I have a full squat rack, adjustable bench, lat and pull down machine and around 500 lbs in weights. Luckily they don't live fair away to move it all. I still have a Total Gym I need to start using again. I used to love to lift, just lost motivation as I got busy with work and live and lazy. Looking forward to another build thread from you.
Hey man, it’s easy to get sidetracked. When my daughter was born, I didn’t touch a barbell for a month and a half. The total gym is a great way to get back into it, but you’ll soon find yourself missing your squat rack and lat pull down capabilities. I have a total gym leaning against the wall in my garage....it’s been there for 3 years. As a matter of fact, I should probably sell it.
Originally Posted by audioguy
So I can't run the amp (using just one pair of binding posts) to just one of the slaves and daisy chain from there?
On the Neutrik connector, is it necessary to use all four connectors? (I guess it is if you are driving two sets of slaves)
You might be able to tackle the single binding post setup with some four conductor Speakon terminations. Check with Mark—what you’d like to do might be challenging because distance of your runs vs. your current setups with three short-range cables powered by your fourth cabinet w/ plate amp on your front and rear walls.
Originally Posted by DougUSMC
I have NEVER seen this room so clean?!?!?
Hahaha..no more dodging sinks and mitre saws to get to the theater. Next time, you’ll be able to walk without obstruction! Worked on the final end of the room, and now it’s completely clean. I’m going to do a separate build thread, as this will be an A/V Enthusiast’s gym!!!
I’ve been using this 12 x 28 room for storage, but it’s about to undergo some serious changes! Sold my Rogue Ohio Bar and picked up the new Cerakote Ohio Bar as well as the Ohio Power Bar (better knurling and stiffer than the standard Ohio). Sold my power rack and plates as well—starting fresh!
Originally Posted by bstone261
Hey Matt, Can you provide me with a little help? I bought the same screen as you; Seymour curved w/ XD screen. As you know the installation instructions are not great! I see the bottom black "L" brackets and holes for the them on the bottom frame. But, how do you attach the top frame to the wall? There is nothing in the instructions. So, how did you secure the top frame? Thanks for your help!!!
I actually figured it out, I didn't see the metal bracket in the box for the top of the frame. The instructions didn't say anything about it. hum...
Glad you found it! How are you liking your screen?
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