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Didn't get much time today but I was able to mill up the frame parts, cut the miters, and dial them in with a hand plane and shooting board.





Tomorrow I will profile the edges (just a round over) and glue up the frame. Unless I get sidetracked with a new power tool that is supposed to be delivered
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Didn't get much time today but I was able to mill up the frame parts, cut the miters, and dial them in with a hand plane and shooting board.





Tomorrow I will profile the edges (just a round over) and glue up the frame. Unless I get sidetracked with a new power tool that is supposed to be delivered
Beautiful work! What's that clamp?
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Beautiful work! What's that clamp?
Thanks! Its a MLCS 9012 Band clamp

https://www.amazon.com/MLCS-9012-Woo...s%2C176&sr=8-4

I actually bought it on sale last Nov, black Friday, and this was the first chance I got to use it. It works very well! If you have used a cloth strap one you know they are very hard to work with becuase they don't hold their shape the metal band on this one resolves that.
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Looking great. I don’t know where yours is located but with mine being on the exterior wall of my theater I used 4 small pieces of thin felt on the frame to keep it from rattling. Plus it helps for remove and install the frame.
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Looking great. I don’t know where yours is located but with mine being on the exterior wall of my theater I used 4 small pieces of thin felt on the frame to keep it from rattling. Plus it helps for remove and install the frame.
Thanks I was going to ask what you used between the TV and frame!! Ours is on an adjacent wall so rattling shouldn't be an issue but it will help remove it from the frame.

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how did that Kilmat work on your pipes? I need something for my drain pipes but also my HVAC ducts.
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how did that Kilmat work on your pipes? I need something for my drain pipes but also my HVAC ducts.
So the quick answer is it helped but...with just the Kilmat you could still hear the water running down the main stack.

Now with the room complete Kilimat, rockwool, pink fluffy, double drywall, GG, and Oc703 you cannot hear anything even with nothing on in the room. I have become a believer in the fact that sound proofing/ superior audio in a theater is the culmination of many things and while doing some may help, to get the full benefit, you really need as many as possible. I would guess in my room I have about $4k (about 13% of the total build) into soundproofing and it is the single best decision I made for a couple reasons. First it’s not something that can be easily updated later and second I personally believe it has more to do with great sound in the room then the speakers, receivers/amps, etc which can all be upgraded over time.

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how did that Kilmat work on your pipes? I need something for my drain pipes but also my HVAC ducts.
So the quick answer is it helped but...with just the Kilmat you could still hear the water running down the main stack.

Now with the room complete Kilimat, rockwool, pink fluffy, double drywall, GG, and Oc703 you cannot hear anything even with nothing on in the room. I have become a believer in the fact that sound proofing/ superior audio in a theater is the culmination of many things and while doing some may help, to get the full benefit, you really need as many as possible. I would guess in my room I have about $4k (about 13% of the total build) into soundproofing and it is the single best decision I made for a couple reasons. First it’️s not something that can be easily updated later and second I personally believe it has more to do with great sound in the room then the speakers, receivers/amps, etc which can all be upgraded over time.
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Got the digital movie poster frame completed and installed. Really happy with how it turned out. A big thanks to @bluer101 for the great design! Just waiting on my MovieNow pkg to arrive so I can get that up and running.




I have also been playing with the automation. I added an Echo dot to the theater and have been getting it setup for both the Insteon lights and the Harmony hub. Still have work to do but its going to be awesome when dialed in.



Took the time to cut in an outlet to the back of the column. I have been meaning to do this for sometime but needed to vacuum and realized there are no easily accessible outlets, problem solved.



Most importantly we are enjoying the heck out of the room

In other basement news: I finally got my pool cue rack hung in the rec room



I'm off next week and if all goes well hope to finish the bar cabinets and counters...
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That virtual poster looks great! Will be interested in your Alexa Insteon Harmony setup as I will be attempting the same. I may try to integrate it all into Home Assistant also.

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Glad the poster designed worked for you too.

I have Alexa with Insteon and irule. I have to still put one of my echo dots in my column behind the fabric.
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Dart board cabinet done and installed. I will make and install the doors along with those for the bar. This marks a milestone in the basement there are no more unfinished openings


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Outstanding, as always.

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Awesome build! Is your movie poster tv a 43in?


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