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My family and I decided that we wanted to finish our basement that would serve as both a family/play area as well as a dedicated home theater. We have are 90% finished, except for the drop down screen and projector which will happen when I get a new job (laid off back in March).


Our basement plan



Here is a shot of our basement with most of the studding completed (I don't have any non-studded shots)



Here is shot of where the TV and eventually the screen will go



In wall DVD shelf



Soffit



Insulation going up. No double drywall or green glue. The budget didn't allow for it and noise wasn't really an issue since we would only have the volume turned up at night and my son is in bed on the second floor



Speaker wire getting run



more speaker wire at the gang box



I originally was going to have my sub in front of a piece of furniture. Unfortunaly, we didn't do that so now my sub jack is too far forward. We will eventually get around to moving it back to corner when time allows (the room on the other side is unfinished so it won't be hard.



Play room with built in book shelf
 

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Here is a finished shot of the room



The TV and speakers. A acousticly transparent motarized screen will be installed later to come down in front of the TV later this year. Everything pre-wired for it.



DVD shelf (only half the collection)



Poor sub wiring choice



Gang box



Play room



Built in book shelf



Utility room/weight room



TV shot



Ceiling speakers and future location of my projector
 

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Originally Posted by hoogs /forum/post/16980082


Did you build those shelves yourself? Those are nice

My cousin and I did. They really weren't that hard, they just required that we build supports into the framing. My neighbor tried to do the same thing by installing prebuilt shelves into his basement, but they do not look nearly the same.
 
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