Looking for some tips on how to build around an elctrical fuse panel my forthcoming HT. It will be in on the left side wall right in the front corner so it butts up agaist the front wall. It goes from the ceiling to about halfway down the wall. Visually it won't be a concern because I'm planning a stage/procenium with some "wings" on the left and right that would obscure it from sight from the seating positions. I'm more worried about the acoustic impacts. The walls are poured concrete. I'm planning on installing rigid foam on the walls, then a metal stud wall and R13 then double 5/8" drywall with green glue, then 1" linacoustic. I'm thinking of making some kind simple door made from MDF with 1" linacoustic on the front of it. I'm worried about sound getting out here though, following the fish tank analogy this would be a fairly large hole. I thought about putting in an exterior grade door but I don't think I have enough room. The front wall will be about 12' wide with a 92" wide screen. That only leaves me with about 2' on the side of the screen. not a lot of room to have a doorway and the left front speaker which would probably be in the way of the door. Also I like the look of the stage but that would be a problem with the door since my floor to celing height without a stage is already only 90". Anyone else have a similar situation they have already dealt with?