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And another nice little "Touch" with that simple but measured shape above the POOL-TABLE-LIGHT. It's those little things that give this room and the creator it's uniqueness. Lovely ;-)

Maybe one day if I ever get to the USA I'll come & show you how us Aussie's play...Green-ball in the corner pocket lol.
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Back from DC had a great time and not going to lie it was nice to get away for a bit.

This week I have been knocking things off the list that need to be done prior to the carpet install tomorrow first up was to cut the BOSS speaker holes. I used a router and circle jig for the first circle and then a rabbit bit with a guide bearing for the recess in the circle so the speakers are flush with the decking.

Ran a couple screws in just to insure the top circle didn't start spinning once cut through








Next I cut in the vents



Then I did some touch up on the no gloss black also installed the rest of the projector shelf and painted it. One note while installing the false bottom I had the compressor sitting on the riser and when it started running the riser started shaking a bit I think I'm going to like this BOSS set up LOL



finally in other news the pool table is back up with the new cloth on it. They did a great job!



Should have pics of the carpet install tomorrow as well as the final black light actuator design, if I have time, if not it may get scrapped
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Hum......

Green hose on a yellow tool! What are you trying to say here! LOL!

Very nice job PK!!

I still have to finish the building before I get to work on my theater, however I did just get 1500' of wire delivered from the Monoprice BF sale!
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Hum......

Green hose on a yellow tool! What are you trying to say here! LOL!

Very nice job PK!!

I still have to finish the building before I get to work on my theater, however I did just get 1500' of wire delivered from the Monoprice BF sale!
Thanks!

I'm saying I am still waiting for a 1010 to come up for sale in a refurb email can't be paying full price
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Still need to dial in the stops and replace the outlet with a programmable one but its in and it works...3 design was the charm LOL






I didn't have any 3/8" plywood and I wanted it to match the pad thickness so I ran a piece of BB through the drum sander should work out fine

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Then I did some touch up on the no gloss black also installed the rest of the projector shelf and painted it. One note while installing the false bottom I had the compressor sitting on the riser and when it started running the riser started shaking a bit I think I'm going to like this BOSS set up LOL
Nice job on the BOSS cutouts. Once again woodworking know how ftw. I just finished putting a BOSS in my chair, and it is downright shocking how much force those JBL's make - and I'm only feeding two of them from a 75 wpc cheapo amp. It's a VERY fun addition you're going to love them. I recommend highly getting the Hudson isolators mentioned in the BOSS thread though as those really seem to make the feeling much more realistic.

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Nice job on the BOSS cutouts. Once again woodworking know how ftw. I just finished putting a BOSS in my chair, and it is downright shocking how much force those JBL's make - and I'm only feeding two of them from a 75 wpc cheapo amp. It's a VERY fun addition you're going to love them. I recommend highly getting the Hudson isolators mentioned in the BOSS thread though as those really seem to make the feeling much more realistic.
Thanks! Yep those are the ones I used for the riser and will use on the front row mini riser.

Not going to lie I wondered how much of an effect it would make but figured for the low investment cost why not. When I was on the ladder and the air compressor started I was like hmm with the JBLs this should be pretty cool
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Thanks! Yep those are the ones I used for the riser and will use on the front row mini riser.

Not going to lie I wondered how much of an effect it would make but figured for the low investment cost why not. When I was on the ladder and the air compressor started I was like hmm with the JBLs this should be pretty cool
That's the info I was looking for. It looks like your riser is very similar to what I'm planning, except I'll have 3 JBLs. I'm really looking forward to see how yours turns out, both for tactile feel and if you have any audible output (I'm hoping for some with mine). I looked back but I didn't see if you showed the bottom riser design earlier. How many isos are you using? It looks like it's sitting directly on the concrete, but I figured there was some kind of decoupling under there.

And finally, really great work so far. This is a fantastic looking theatre, and it's really coming together nicely.
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That's the info I was looking for. It looks like your riser is very similar to what I'm planning, except I'll have 3 JBLs. I'm really looking forward to see how yours turns out, both for tactile feel and if you have any audible output (I'm hoping for some with mine). I looked back but I didn't see if you showed the bottom riser design earlier. How many isos are you using? It looks like it's sitting directly on the concrete, but I figured there was some kind of decoupling under there.

And finally, really great work so far. This is a fantastic looking theatre, and it's really coming together nicely.
Thanks for the kind words!

I used a total of 16 1.25" Hudson ISOS for my riser which is 14' x 5'. I needed a couple extra then normal to deal with the steps. I used 8 across the front two for each step, 6 across the back and one on each side where the stair meets the riser. I also tried the 1" but they were no bueno. Post 97 & 98 show some shots of the riser but no pictures of the ISOS installed.
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That's the info I was looking for. It looks like your riser is very similar to what I'm planning, except I'll have 3 JBLs. I'm really looking forward to see how yours turns out, both for tactile feel and if you have any audible output (I'm hoping for some with mine). I looked back but I didn't see if you showed the bottom riser design earlier. How many isos are you using? It looks like it's sitting directly on the concrete, but I figured there was some kind of decoupling under there.

And finally, really great work so far. This is a fantastic looking theatre, and it's really coming together nicely.

I'm not hearing any audible output on mine - though there may be a little as my subs somehow sound a bit quieter - perhaps some cancellation is happening idk. But the tradeoff if there is one is definitely worth it. HUGE tactile feel. In fact, I had to work with it a bit to get the trim levels right bc it was making me a little queasy lol.
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Carpets in! I am really happy with it I know some will think it is over the top but that's ok



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That looks good PK!!

It's really coming together.
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So how do you know your carpet installer got carpet glue on your riser carpet while installing the floor carpet? Well you just turn on your black lights to charge the star ceiling and go WTF?? Luckily I did and was able to get it cleaned up with resolve before it was too late.

I finished and installed the threshold tonight



Still need to finish the design and make the trim that covers the gap between the inner room wall and the outer wall but that will come later.
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So I drew out a base trim design with LED lights I stole from a couple other builds and then made a sample and took it down to the theater




After getting it down there and pondering for a while I decided to throw it in the fire pit and go with a much more basic trim. The issue is the far wall would have looked ok, probably even good, but the door side with the equipment rack alcove just wouldn't look right...




I also don't want to detract from the star ceiling and finally I started thinking about when I would actually use the lights and decided not very often. I suspect while watching a movie it will be just the charged star ceiling and the step lights. Pre movie and watching sports probably just the can lights. Bottom line the LED base molding is out. So I milled up some new backer out of 2x stock to an 1 3/8" and screwed t to the wall




Then I milled up some 3/4" poplar for the trim itself



Next up was to cut the trim, glue it together and then test fit it







I'll paint it black this week and then install it. Next up was to install the painted grilles






I'll need to install some landscape fabric under the riser grilles so you can't see the pink fluffy. I also painted and installed the step lights.





One tip I learned from my brother is to use thin plastic between the screwdriver and the screw so you don't muck up the paint.



As I stated I'll paint the trim this week and start installing speakers. I will also need to install the projector so I can make a final decision on the screen size. I hope to start the fabric panels next weekend. One final note I still have not received the arm or the back to my rear row seat...4seating.com says it will ship Monday but I have zero faith in a company that has yet to meet a single commitment since this went south 10 weeks ago

Finally my front row seats should ship out this week from @HTmarket looking forward to seeing them in the room and I also need to get some measurements from them to come up with the final design for my mini BOSS riser they will sit on.
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Carpets in! I am really happy with it I know some will think it is over the top but that's ok



I like your "Fancy-pants Carpet" PK. But the carpet on your "Risers", I would have chosen a darker shade that matched the darkest shade in your fancy-pants-carpet.

Maybe it is & the pictures just make it look different.

Either way, did I mention.....I like that fancy-pants-carpet?

I'm at a similar stage in my HTRoom...but I'm yet to find a carpet I like......Maybe I'm just to bloody fussy & will have to look in the....fancy-pants-carpet section lol.
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I like your "Fancy-pants Carpet" PK. But the carpet on your "Risers", I would have chosen a darker shade that matched the darkest shade in your fancy-pants-carpet.

Maybe it is & the pictures just make it look different.

Either way, did I mention.....I like that fancy-pants-carpet?

I'm at a similar stage in my HTRoom...but I'm yet to find a carpet I like......Maybe I'm just to bloody fussy & will have to look in the....fancy-pants-carpet section lol.
Yeah the pictures are distorting the color a bit. The carpet was supposed to be gray and it is kind of but its more grey/blue. We struggled to find a matching color for the riser and stage and after weeks of samples in and out of the room, with different lights on, we settled on this. It actually looks very nice in person

FWIW in the pic below you can see the carpet color running through the gold star is almost identical to the riser carpet.



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Are you going to spray the insulation that is visible through the grilles with some black paint? Or maybe a layer or two of black landscape fabric?

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Are you going to spray the insulation that is visible through the grilles with some black paint? Or maybe a layer or two of black landscape fabric?
Yep landscape fabric, its been ordered but not here yet.
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Landscape fabric should work just fine. For other readers, Rose Brand Speaker Cloth is another alternative that is fire rated and has good acoustic permeability. It's not as thick, so it won't stop as much light reflecting back through as landscape fabric, but it's pretty good. I used it behind my screen wall to cover OC703.
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The OC 703 arrived today, I moved the equipment rack, speakers, and equipment in. I will start to wire up the speakers while I wait for the cloth to arrive.





Also got the foosball table and Ms Pacman video game set up. I bought the MS Pacman for my wife for Christmas last year its been sitting in our living room since


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That is awesome PK!! I'm sure it is a great feeling to be getting so close to the finish line.
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So last night I pulled the HDMI cable through the conduit. Used BIG's plastic bag/vacuum technique, it worked great. I tied a length of mason string to the bag and walla a pull string




First I tried pulling the cable from the projector shelf side but only got about 2' before I hit resistance. Since this run has 3 - 90 degree sweeps and two feet wouldn't have even been to the first one I started to sweat Then I thought how about we pull it down hill, pulling from the alcove side it went through without a hitch



I also set the projector up on the shelf. I need to get a couple short extension cords so everything can be plugged in and I can still roll the av rack out of the alcove. Once I have those I can fire it up and determine the screen size we will use. While I know approx what it will be need to dial in the final.



I also started to rack the equipment

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Looking forward to seeing how the subs in the riser perform
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May be a first one to ever use a Festool vac to bring a pull string through conduit

It's looking great. I love your design on the projector shelf. Really well executed.
LOL I actually bought that smaller Festool vac to use on our cars but find myself using it all over the place.

Thanks I like how the project or almost disappears
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4seating.com update: Just got another UPS tracking number lets see what shows up this time LOL

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So last night I pulled the HDMI cable through the conduit. Used BIG's plastic bag/vacuum technique, it worked great. I tied a length of mason string to the bag and walla a pull string
Here's a 'hold my beer' story for you. I've use a CO2 bottle to blow a line through conduit. Works great. Then one day I notices how nicely a wire nut fits in 1/2" EMT, so, why not? That thing shot the wire nut right through a sheet of 1/4" plywood from about 10 paces. Scared the crap out of us. Just glad we tried it on the plywood first.
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4seating.com update: Just got another UPS tracking number lets see what shows up this time LOL
Well I now have 2/3 of the ordered seat

They sent the wrong arm even after I clearly called out that it was a middle arm:

"I still need this, a Middle Seat Flip Up Arm for a Rocker back, which is different from the end arms"

Apparently they ready that and thought oh he must want and end arm...What a cluster!
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