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Mac's Home Theater Build

Well I started ordering parts for a HT build over a year ago. The wife kept filling up the basement with junk so I figured it was time to split it in half "My side" and "Her side" LOL. Owning my own business working 7 days a week killed any progress until out of nowhere I lost my business . I decided to spend the last month finally building my humble home theater.

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-Epson 4000 Projector mounted behind rear wall
-Silver Ticket 142" AT Screen
-Jamo D600 LCR
-Denon 4300H Receiver
-Xbox One X
-Crown DSI 1000 Amp for the 18" Full Marty 950 watts RMS
-Sonance Mag6R Armos x4
-Artison Sketch MKII's as surrounds with custom wall mount swivel brackets
-$99 Sony SACS9 up front behind the AT Screen (Thing Kicks! Amazing for the price!)
-NearField HT18 18" Full Marty Integrated into the rear wall. 36" away from the seating
-Azimom LED Fiber Optic Ceiling kit from Amazon 430pc
-Ceiling Tiles are TopTile polyester tiles which hide the fiber optic star ceiling perfectly.
-Prime Acoustic London acoustic panels
-Walls are LVT (Luxury Vinyl Plank)


Front end without the Sony sub mounted. It fit right between the 2 studs in between the left and center speakers.





















The Remainder of a 250ft spool of wire when I was done



Halo Ceiling lights painted black and used VHT Nightshades to tint the lenses. When the lights are off they now blend into the black ceiling.

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wow..looks amazing..great job!!!
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Receiver : Pioneer Elite SC-95
Front Speakers: 3 DIYSG 1099's
Surround Speakers:2 DIYSG Volt 10's Atmos: 2 DIYSG Volt 6's
Subwoofers: Dual LaVoce SAN214.50 21's in Cyclops enclosures w/Inuke 6000 DSP Channel A
Nearfield: 4 B-52 SP-1804 18s w/Inuke 6000DSP Channel B
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Very nice!
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My Theater Build - Full Circle Cinema
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Wonderful


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That room looks awesome, nice job especially on the fiber optic. I really like the carpet, are they the peel and stick squares? If they are could you pm me on the info, I’d like to find them.
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That room looks awesome, nice job especially on the fiber optic. I really like the carpet, are they the peel and stick squares? If they are could you pm me on the info, I’d like to find them.
There are not peal and stick but they are held down with double stick carpet tape. They are commercial grade Shaw Onyx Silver Carpet Tiles. Thanks
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Love the color scheme and rack placement good job

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Wow! Don't often see a cost conscious room so beautifully finished. Very Scandinavian. I love it.
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Any noise from the gas meter? And what is that five bay horizontal thing below the projector on the back wall? (A vent?)
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Any noise from the gas meter? And what is that five bay horizontal thing below the projector on the back wall? (A vent?)
I never knew gas meters made noise at least mine is silent. That grill (Amazon 4x6 picture frame ) is where the Full Marty Sub port is.

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How did you put the LVP flooring over the subwoofer? Is the tile actually glued onto the subwoofer cabinet? Or did you just make a round hole in the wall for the driver and vent?

Theater 1.0- The Foreclosure Theater: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/19-de...theater-4.html
Theater 2.0 under progress: The Big Daddy Theater. https://www.avsforum.com/forum/19-de...y-theater.html
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Nicely done sir!

I hope the job prospects turn better for you.

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How did you put the LVP flooring over the subwoofer? Is the tile actually glued onto the subwoofer cabinet? Or did you just make a round hole in the wall for the driver and vent?
Subwoofer is behind the wall with cutouts for the Ports and Woofer. I made foam gaskets so that no parts of the cabinet touches the wall itself. The port hole was cut with a Jigsaw and the circle cutout was made with a rotozip.

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Nice to know there are totally silent gas meters. For the most part, mine is silent with an occasional high frequency bit of squeal, so I was curious.
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