Final inquiry on the construction of home cinema.

Clark Transducer Silver

Clark Transducer Silver mounted on an MDF board which in turn is screwed to the frame under the seat.

DreamScreen CineSeat Theater

Installation of DreamScreen CineSeat Theater.
Some of the latest screws that will be in place throughout the home theater.

As I said, the projector has reached the ceiling, and the first film has been seen on the marvel.
Just gets happier and happier after every hour shown on the screen.
Now spends some time assembling various little things in the home cinema.
The Romperists were put in place in the front row. Final inquiry on the construction of home cinema.

Priming of plasterboard with forb @? + A cold.

The front wall is painted black

The front wall is painted black without sparkling. Here, most of it is hidden behind the screen and speaker fabric.

This last week I have only had the energy to prime some plasterboard.
Has unfortunately had a cold in the house (is of course the start of kindergarten with associated bassilusker). So here we have had more than enough synchronous cough for almost 2 weeks. Priming of plasterboard with forb @? + A cold.

Ventilation and traction pipes for cables in the home cinema.


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Ventilation is complete and traction pipes for most of the signal and speaker cables are in place. As I said, I bought ventilation pipes, valves and an iMax fan from Biltema. The pipes were, to put it mildly, of the delicate variety, and could be compared for confusion… Read more

iMax Wait fan from Biltema in the home cinema.

Was a shopping trip on Biltema today to hurry with me what I need of ventilation pipes and valves for the home theater.
Bought, among other things, 6 100mm flex pipes of 3m each with associated branches and valves.
These must be connected to the sockets that go out from the z-channels and led up into the lowering around the roof . iMax Wait fan from Biltema in the home cinema.

Lowering of ceiling and wall for technical room in the home cinema.


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Has finally had time to do a little in the home cinema again, after a long absence due to other chores. Now it's the downhill part of the roof around the walls that's next. Has set up the postwork for a sloping wall for technical… Read more

The Home Theater Book

Has added an advertisement in the blog for an ebook on building a home theater.
In The Home Theater Book , one follows the construction process from the planning stage to the finished home theater.

And you get to see how 10 different home cinemas are made.
Most of the info on how to make a good home theater,
find one if one is just looking in div forum for home theater.
But are some good tips that are collected and can be easy to get with before you start cinema construction.
Have not been able to go through everything in the book yet.
Is quite a lot of video in the member area that shows everything from what one should do to get good acoustics, to how to design a home theater with various drawing programs.

You will also find a lot of bragging videos taken from Youtube.
Some of them are:

If you have no experience with building a home cinema, you can easily find all the information you need in one place.
If you have been engaged in this "hobby" for a few years, then you probably have something else to spend your money on. Some new movies for example.



3D drawing of home cinema.

3d image from the home theater

A 3D image of the travel work for the home cinema.

Has drawn most of the solutions in the home theater in Revit.
Here shows how the inner postwork will be.
Missing stage under the screen and columns for speakers etc.
But starting to be the way I want it. In the far right corner,
comes a small technical room for all the electronics.
More drawings will follow.