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Good evening,

I built a designated theatre room that is currently a blank slate - it is waiting, unfinished, for the right design to start the process. The room is about 28x 32 with a 20' ceiling. There are no windows in the room. so far I have been gun shy having talked to several " professionals" who appear to be little more than "flat screen installers".

recently I came across an IMAX home system and a Stewart screen (12')?

I obviously have the room for a large screen but am not familiar with the best specs to follow and frankly would prefer to see a professional design and build this room so I don't have any regrets.

I am located near Toronto Ontario and would appreciate some input/referrals regarding best components and/or designers,consultants, builders.


Thanks in advance
 

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Originally Posted by davidabradsky /forum/post/19560281


Don't know what your budget is but you have a good sized room to work with. From what I've seen Dennis Erskine does amazing work.

http://www.erskine-group.com/


Maybe http://cineramax.com/projects.php


These options look like extremely high end options so depends on what you want to spend.

Yep, can't deny Dennis is one of the best! However, design concepts for many budget ranges can be met.
 

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Firstly, thanks to those who took the time to give me some guidance -it is much appreciated. I will take a look through the links and get some ideas going. My budget is flexible and more predicated by the end result. I am thinking that the projector/screen combination will be in the $30-40k neighborhood while the sound system/components are still a mystery. the construction end of the room can be done at a good price as I have a crew that can do much of the "grunt" work and very high end drywall sculpting etc

I think that I would be well served by working with a design specialist who can put the whole thing together and handle the technical aspects/project management, so wires are in the right place and issues are derailed before they crop up.
 
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