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should raise the back two seats up wink.gif

Let me explain about the seats. They were initially purchased as a row of two, and a row of three thining I was going to do a riser with three seats in the rear and two up front. Me and my wife basically are the only ones who watch movies, until my little boy got old enough and he comes up there with us now. So, currently the room has four seats in a row with a extra one in case I ever need it. These pictures are a little old before I moved the seating the way I have it now.


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Let me explain about the seats. They were initially purchased as a row of two, and a row of three thining I was going to do a riser with three seats in the rear and two up front. Me and my wife basically are the only ones who watch movies, until my little boy got old enough and he comes up there with us now. So, currently the room has four seats in a row with a extra one in case I ever need it. These pictures are a little old before I moved the seating the way I have it now.


fair play, still would look nice. Maybe in the future, wish i had that space smile.gif
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fair play, still would look nice. Maybe in the future, wish i had that space smile.gif

I just never got around to it. The riser isnt hard to build, just the carpet would be expensive to cover it, thats the main reason I never did because I like it fine the way it is.
 
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How's the Krylon Fusion holding up? I've got some PVC I'll be shooting with that and just curious how it worked out for you.
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How's the Krylon Fusion holding up? I've got some PVC I'll be shooting with that and just curious how it worked out for you.

Worked great. I sprayed a mailbox door years ago, and it still is holding up.

The fans will be just sitting there, so no real way they can get messed up. Remember to sand and get a smooth surface. I sanded with 400 grit in between coats if I got trash in anything.
 
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Worked great. I sprayed a mailbox door years ago, and it still is holding up.

The fans will be just sitting there, so no real way they can get messed up. Remember to sand and get a smooth surface. I sanded with 400 grit in between coats if I got trash in anything.

Sounds good. The PVC will be standoffs for some shelving on a desk so they shouldn't get more than the occasional bump.

Looking forward to more pics of the build. thumb.gif
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Did you do all the speakers in your 'other hobby' yourself (well with some cabinetry expertise from Dad)? At first I thought those were some SVS subs - but then when I factored in the horns in the towers, not to mention their unconventional design - OK actually more their function-over-form design which is actually quite refreshing... I figured DIY. biggrin.gif Well, I'd love to spend a few hours typing long posts discussing the nuances of HT audio design and room treatments with you... but that would be off-topic. And I wouldn't want to derail this thread... because I really, really want to see some updates on this build! tongue.gif
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Did you do all the speakers in your 'other hobby' yourself (well with some cabinetry expertise from Dad)? At first I thought those were some SVS subs - but then when I factored in the horns in the towers, not to mention their unconventional design - OK actually more their function-over-form design which is actually quite refreshing... I figured DIY. biggrin.gif Well, I'd love to spend a few hours typing long posts discussing the nuances of HT audio design and room treatments with you... but that would be off-topic. And I wouldn't want to derail this thread... because I really, really want to see some updates on this build! tongue.gif

No, those are not DIY subs. They are Elemental Designs A7450s. 18 inch 1300 watt each. Speakers are eD cinema speakers custom built into towers.
 
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nice room. i see you didn't skimp on the surround speakers. smile.gif

give us some specs on the equipment.
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