Completely light controlled room. Measures about 14' wide x 20' deep and 8' high. Just barely scraped by size wise to make this a Theater Room. I had the choice of building a few house styles for the community I settled in and this house had the second best basement layout for the theater while it offered some frills my wife wanted and I compromised so she could have a second floor studio. This was a new construction home as of 2018 and I have been building this theater space since March of 2019 but started the plans back in 2017.
Theater Room will be treated in all black using Mouse Ears and then Triple Black Velvet wrapped panels adhered to walls and ceiling for almost the entire room. I have 60 yards to work with and am confident the results will be spectacular. Shooting for the black hole effect rather than opera hall aesthetic. Plus it's cheaper this way.
7.2.4 Sound system already in possession is:
Denon AVR-X6400H (bought in 2018, still haven't unboxed it)
Front Sound stage - Klipsch RF7 III towers and the RF7 III center channel (using in living room till theater is done)
Left and Back speakers - Klipsch RB-81 Reference II Two-Way (still in boxes)
Ceiling Atmos - Klipsch CDT-5800-C II (still in boxes)
2 - 18" Sonotube Subwoofers (have parts - need to build when theater is complete) see link in sig.
Epson - Epson Home Cinema 5050UB (own - stored in box)
DIY Screen - 165" 2.0:1 Aspect ratio using spandex (need to still build)
Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player (own but still in box)
Ziddo X20 PRO (need to still buy)
The bulk of the project has been documented in video format for Youtube (see sig below) so there are not a tremendous amount of photos. I have been taking more lately as progress is made. I am building and finishing an entire basement along with a second 7.2.2 Atmos gaming/media room adjacent to the theater room that will be a different thread. The projector will be mounted behind the theater room in a hole in the back located in the server room. This will will store all the hardware and additional equipment that will be remotely accessed from the media room.