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post #21 of 29 Old 08-15-16, 09:36 PM
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Re: Basement Bordom Beater II

Maybe instead of having the projector on a rigid mount, you could attempt to shock mount it by hanging a shelf from short bungee cords... you'd have to figure out some method for getting it leveled correctly, but it might take care of the vibration issue.
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Actually, the first set of pictures I posted on page 1 shows it on a temporary make-shift shelf. I didn't have a problem with vibrations. Now, I have been tempted to build anothet shelf like that, but smaller, and more visually appealing. But, if it doesn't work out I don't want to have to fix the holes in the ceiling I create.
Here's another option I thought about doing...


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A lot has changed since last post. Here's some pictures and a brief description.

Got some carpet installed! Finally.

Built a table for behind the seating.

Added some lights.
Made a centre channel stand.

Got a new couch and rid of the red chairs and half a sectional.


Currently working on a narrow counter for behind the couch and along the wall for a place to put drinks and such.
Hard work has been paying off. The girls really enjoy movies now, and playing games has never been better.

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Here the counter progress. Probably stay like this for a while.

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I wanted it to go along the back of the couch, but I don't think there is enough room.

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Re: Basement Bordom Beater II

Looks Great! Going to copy the center speaker stand. I also have the shaking when people walk around upstairs. I think it's the mount that is sensitive and believe a shelf the projector can sit on will solve the issue.
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Thank you for the compliment!
Yes, there's a small swivel that transfers any vibration to the projector. I've learn to deal with it for now.

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Room is looking good.
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