Originally Posted by NashTech /forum/post/14111197
Is there anything I need to be careful of with a room that has angled walls like this?
Originally Posted by BIGmouthinDC /forum/post/14111373
That you can fit the screen size you desire at a high enough position so that if you do a 2nd row of seating that the riser doesn't have to be too tall.
Originally Posted by NashTech /forum/post/14111548
The width at the ceiling is 104". So I think I can squeeze a 100" screen in that space? Is this possible?
And larger if I came down a few inches....
Originally Posted by NashTech /forum/post/14115414
In2Photos, I thought about putting the equipment on the short wall, but my concern was that it will be harder to temperature control since the back of it will be in the attic, and that may make ventilation harder. It it's on the back wall, then it can vent into the office. The theater door can be a solid door or glass and then put a door in the office that's louvered so everything can breath.
The office and theater will have it's own HVAC system, probably one of those smaller Mitts systems that go above the door. Each room will have it's own thermostat.
Originally Posted by Dennis Erskine /forum/post/14115632
- You have a 45 degree ceiling angle on boths sides for the entire length of the room ... really bad for sound. Plan on treatments!