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  1. Room optimisation system with black IKEA Tupplur roller blinds

    Home Theater Design and Construction
    Hi all, I would like to achieve an effect as similar as possible to the one achieved by Anna&Flo in this video https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1692721894385217 They achieved such an amazing result by creating a 3in1 triple black velvet curtains system, which, when pulled, simultaneously...
  2. IKEA vase based full range mini speaker

    DIY Speakers
    I built those just because I found the great Monacor SPX-32M witch is a cheap but good sounding full range that can be fitted in a small closed box. The design is modern and it is easy to build. The size and the shape of the spherical speakers make them easy to place and it is even possible to...
  3. Ikea Expedit shelves.

    CD-BD-DVD Music | Vinyl Records
    For those looking for an inexpensive solution for your records, Ikea has a great shelf. I've been using this one for years without an issue. I did add a block of wood under the center to help carry the weight from all that vinyl.
  4. IKEA Tupplur Roller Blinds

    DIY Screens
    Hi guys, Has anyone tried IKEA Tuppler roller blinds as a DIY screen? Made of black out material and available in both white and what looks like a neutral grey. No idea what the finish is like, but might be a good alternative for a DIY screen? Pretty cheap for 110" (if my Pythagorean maths is...
  5. IKEA subwoofer....common sense?

    DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    After reading way too much about DIY subwoofers (love learning new things!)....one factor that I always hit a wall with is the happy wife factor. I'd like to add a second sub to my HT, and instead of just buying another sub I want to have 'fun' with the whole DIY sub project. I probably could...
  6. Ikea enclosure

    DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I was thinking, and this is purely hypothetical as I have no money right now to waste (grad school) but it seems that if you wanted to hide a fairly "large" subwoofer cabinet (like 4-6 cubic foot) you could buy a junky ikea product, build the inside up and seal it with mdf and downfire or rear...
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