Project basement updating a home theater

06-Apr-2020 02:52

Over the years I continually worked on the interior design of the theater to make the room look more like an actual movie theater.

I built a carpeted wood "stage" in the front of the room for the front and center surround speakers.

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A dual-18" pro audio sub, driven by an 1800 watt QSC PL2 amplifier, and a 1000 watt 15" Custom-built Nuonic Sub make up my Subwoofer system.

I had previously setup a very basic Home Theater projection system in the unfinished basement of my former residence, so one of the prerequisites for my new home was to have available space to install and improve my theater.

The blue wire running across the floor to the sofa is the audio cable for driving the Buttkicker seat shakers.One of my most prized possessions in the theater room - a 15 lens-per-inch 3D lenticular poster of one of my favorite 3D movies.This poster is made of a plastic lenticular sheet almost 3/8" thick, and the 3D depth and pop-out is amazing - the floating water droplets appear to hover up to a foot in front of the poster's surface!I've created an easy to use spreadsheet for you to create a custom basement cost estimate for your specific basement.The link to download it is included in the very first email for subscribers to the newsletter. And now you are wondering, "can Jason read my thoughts? The problem is that when the file is just out there in the wild-west of the web, zillions of spam-bots try to get it and then give it out as if it was their own. Besides, it's still free, you'll get some exclusive tips, like "Follow the Big Dog", and if you hate it, just unsubscribe, no biggie.

The blue wire running across the floor to the sofa is the audio cable for driving the Buttkicker seat shakers.

One of my most prized possessions in the theater room - a 15 lens-per-inch 3D lenticular poster of one of my favorite 3D movies.

This poster is made of a plastic lenticular sheet almost 3/8" thick, and the 3D depth and pop-out is amazing - the floating water droplets appear to hover up to a foot in front of the poster's surface!

I've created an easy to use spreadsheet for you to create a custom basement cost estimate for your specific basement.

The link to download it is included in the very first email for subscribers to the newsletter. And now you are wondering, "can Jason read my thoughts? The problem is that when the file is just out there in the wild-west of the web, zillions of spam-bots try to get it and then give it out as if it was their own. Besides, it's still free, you'll get some exclusive tips, like "Follow the Big Dog", and if you hate it, just unsubscribe, no biggie.

It will probably be an on-going process over many years before the room decor and A/V equipment is completely set up the way I wish, but that won't prevent me from showing movies to all my friends and family in the meantime. A view of the Frey Theater with its carpeted stage, 15" front speakers, and large 120" motorized projector screen.