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This is awesome! I just got semi-wood seeing all the "mostly" finished room pics. Great work and attention to detail!

You should get one of these when completed: https://www.amazon.com/Control-Mouse.../dp/B01N5QP3BG

Also - to respond to the order of watching Star Wars, I did this with my daughters to get a warm up to the series (since EP1 was garbage) and then experience the most drama. EP1, EP4, EP5, EP2, EP3, EP6, EP7. I only allowed them to watch the last 30min of Rogue 1 before a rewatch of EP4-EP7 leading up to the Last Jedi.

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Got the rest of the panels all wrapped! 24 panels in total and took about 10 hours to complete, and have a bit of a sore back lol. I'm not sure the screen wall and proscenium columns will get wrapped this week, but the A/V guys will be here tomorrow to put the screen together and place as well as get the projector all set up. I might be gone before this happens as have to fly out again for work and won't be home until Thurs evening. Worst case scenario, they install the track and I'll insert the fabric when I get back.

Here's a view of the completed fabric wrapped walls!



and the view from the side as you enter the room



Here's the stage (pre-screen) with the towers in place. Will move the subs to stage tomorrow when I have help Those suckers are heavy!



Here's the wiring from the conduit running A/V closet to back of stage



And feeding it to the stage



I MAY have just a few power supplies for the LED strip wiring lol There will be one more hooked up by end of week as well for one of the other ceiling rows that currently does not have power

Simply Awesome! Real nice work Jedi.
You and your family will have many years of awesome movie experiences in that room, Enjoy!
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This is awesome! I just got semi-wood seeing all the "mostly" finished room pics. Great work and attention to detail!

You should get one of these when completed: https://www.amazon.com/Control-Mouse.../dp/B01N5QP3BG

Also - to respond to the order of watching Star Wars, I did this with my daughters to get a warm up to the series (since EP1 was garbage) and then experience the most drama. EP1, EP4, EP5, EP2, EP3, EP6, EP7. I only allowed them to watch the last 30min of Rogue 1 before a rewatch of EP4-EP7 leading up to the Last Jedi.
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Simply Awesome! Real nice work Jedi.
You and your family will have many years of awesome movie experiences in that room, Enjoy!
Thank you sir!
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I hope you don't mind but am I seriously thinking of changing my current HT design to something based very closely to what you have done.
I absolutely love it, however, it will all come down to WAF.

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I hope you don't mind but am I seriously thinking of changing my current HT design to something based very closely to what you have done.
I absolutely love it, however, it will all come down to WAF.

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Not at all! As the saying goes, the greatest form of flattery is imitation
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Looking really fab. Quite keen to copy your lit side panels. Do you have measurements for the size of the cut outs and total panel size?
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Looking really fab. Quite keen to copy your lit side panels. Do you have measurements for the size of the cut outs and total panel size?
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I don't have the plans in front of me but believe the slits were 3" wide and space in between was 2" wide. The panel was 4' wide x 85.5" tall (specific to my room and soffit dimensions).
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Why did you encase a Pop Tart in carbonite?
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Those panels while very Star Wars, also remind me of this Avengers themed room.
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Those panels while very Star Wars, also remind me of this Avengers themed room.
Very cool room!!
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So awesome! I'm in Springfield as well. Long time lurker of the forum. Congrats!
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Lights!!

Yes very cool room for sure, subscribed late but WOW! Curious as to the light kits your driving? Is it an easy DIY? Appreciate the long distance pairing of the schemes etc. Wanted to create my own lighting scheme in the near future and hoped you could point me in the Light direction as your result is stunning! Thanks in advance. Jim
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Very cool room!!
TWO cool rooms!
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Yes very cool room for sure, subscribed late but WOW! Curious as to the light kits your driving? Is it an easy DIY? Appreciate the long distance pairing of the schemes etc. Wanted to create my own lighting scheme in the near future and hoped you could point me in the Light direction as your result is stunning! Thanks in advance. Jim
Howdy! I'm not sure how helpful my response might be as it might be clouded with the dark side...that and had my electrician do the wiring for the room! Before the drywall went up and we were roughing in the entire house, I had the plans to the theater and went over it with my electrician. Told him where exactly and what exactly I was going for They were able to pre run wires:

-3 fat ones (technical term I know) to the stage for 3 outlets
-2 fat ones to the riser for 2 outlets
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-2 or 4 skinny to the steps
-5 skinny through the soffit for the reflective light off the ceiling panels

All the LED strips were Nexlux from Amazon. The kits were like 16.4 ft + power + wifi receiver/remote for $25. Then the kits 32.8 ft were just double the price. A single remote will control all the units and the best part of all, the wifi phone integration. You have more control over the lighting when synced to your phone. Can create groupings as well in addition to some other neato things
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i know your close to completion and i should have chimed in earlier with this, but if it is still possible your should really try to make a 'trim ring" around your screen that looks like the viewport of the deathstar, would fit with the room excellently with a 2.35:1 screen and keep the imperial motif, unless you already planned it or something similar

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Howdy! I'm not sure how helpful my response might be as it might be clouded with the dark side...that and had my electrician do the wiring for the room! Before the drywall went up and we were roughing in the entire house, I had the plans to the theater and went over it with my electrician. Told him where exactly and what exactly I was going for They were able to pre run wires:

-3 fat ones (technical term I know) to the stage for 3 outlets
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-3 skinny to the walls (2 side, 1 back)
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-5 skinny through the soffit for the reflective light off the ceiling panels

All the LED strips were Nexlux from Amazon. The kits were like 16.4 ft + power + wifi receiver/remote for $25. Then the kits 32.8 ft were just double the price. A single remote will control all the units and the best part of all, the wifi phone integration. You have more control over the lighting when synced to your phone. Can create groupings as well in addition to some other neato things
Thanks so much for all the product info! Seems perfect for what I have been planning for my basement! Jim
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i know your close to completion and i should have chimed in earlier with this, but if it is still possible your should really try to make a 'trim ring" around your screen that looks like the viewport of the deathstar, would fit with the room excellently with a 2.35:1 screen and keep the imperial motif, unless you already planned it or something similar

Hah, thought about that but decided not to in the end
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I’ll be interested to hear how you like those triads, no pun intended...
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All set for A/V calibration in the morning! 4 mics, 2 pc's, several discs and a lot of wire!

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Here's a view of the completed fabric wrapped walls!
Impressive. Great job with the artistic panel layout. Nice to see a theme room being created.
Looking forward to completion.
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All set for A/V calibration in the morning! 4 mics, 2 pc's, several discs and a lot of wire!

Gotta say...I am impressed how quickly this came along.

It is amazing what will drive us to get things completed before the calibrator gets here.

I am sure you are excited to play your first movie in there tonight or tomorrow.
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Gotta say...I am impressed how quickly this came along.

It is amazing what will drive us to get things completed before the calibrator gets here.

I am sure you are excited to play your first movie in there tonight or tomorrow.
Very true However, getting over equipment issues always seems to take up majority of time. My LCR + Subs weren't giving signal as the A/V guys had some wired incorrectly + the wrong setting on the miniDSP was selected. After troubleshooting for about 2.5 hours, the problem was finally corrected. Then, just with 2 channel stereo playing at reference, the power was tripped 1 min into a song. Everything is wired into the rack so called the electrician and was determined that I need 3 additional gangs to run all my amplifiers to. That won't happen until next week now and with Thanksgiving, next week might even be a stretch!

We can complete the calibration, just not at reference levels (which won't impact the calibration, just initial listening). I have powered down all the additional amps that aren't being used as we go so that we won't have any more power interruptions.

Then after we got the first speaker calibrated (L), moved onto (C) and wasn't reading properly with the equipment. I believe my "blu ray" HDMI output on receiver went kaput which sucks as it's a brand new receiver!! After troubleshooting this and determined that was the issue, calibration resumed. We likely only have about another 1.5 hours before day ends so will have to resume in the morning and might have to sacrifice any video calibration to get the audio complete Stinking equipment setup! lol
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Very true However, getting over equipment issues always seems to take up majority of time. My LCR + Subs weren't giving signal as the A/V guys had some wired incorrectly + the wrong setting on the miniDSP was selected. After troubleshooting for about 2.5 hours, the problem was finally corrected. Then, just with 2 channel stereo playing at reference, the power was tripped 1 min into a song. Everything is wired into the rack so called the electrician and was determined that I need 3 additional gangs to run all my amplifiers to. That won't happen until next week now and with Thanksgiving, next week might even be a stretch!

We can complete the calibration, just not at reference levels (which won't impact the calibration, just initial listening). I have powered down all the additional amps that aren't being used as we go so that we won't have any more power interruptions.

Then after we got the first speaker calibrated (L), moved onto (C) and wasn't reading properly with the equipment. I believe my "blu ray" HDMI output on receiver went kaput which sucks as it's a brand new receiver!! After troubleshooting this and determined that was the issue, calibration resumed. We likely only have about another 1.5 hours before day ends so will have to resume in the morning and might have to sacrifice any video calibration to get the audio complete Stinking equipment setup! lol
Sorry to here about all the problems with setup. Are you going to send the receiver in repair? Did you try another HDMI cable to confirm it is the receiver? Not good to hook up a new toy and it have problems. Me and a few other guys were over at @Archaea 's house last night to check out some chips and watcha movie. During watching clips his amp kept shutting down. It came down to a banana clip that had come loose and was shorting out when all the subs were shaking everything. He has 5-18" subs and 3-18" subs for mid fields behind the front row. It's very cool.

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But the ship was righted. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.avsforum.com//forum/images/smilies/wink.gif[/IMG]. Problems solved. Audio calibrated.
Absolutely it was! And sounds freaking amazing! @SierraMikeBravo did a fantastic job of turning the room into a true theater! Heck, sounds better than a LOT of theaters actually lol

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What are the dimensions of your room?
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Pre-build:

15' x 24' x 9'

Post-build with all materials:

14.5' x 23.5' x 9'
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15' x 24' x 9'

Post-build with all materials:

14.5' x 23.5' x 9'
How did you not lose some ceiling height?

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15' x 24' x 9'

Post-build with all materials:

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How did you not lose some ceiling height?
Sorry, lost 2 3/8" off ceiling. Math...ugh lol
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Amazing thread and awesome awe inspiring looking threater!

I haven't heard a lot about Triad speakers myself but really looking forward to your impressions when it's all hooked!
You're going with a 2 sub configuration here, right? Any base trapping to even out the modes or is the idea that with the room in room build the modes won't be as much of an issue?
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