a million miles of cables and nearly finished! :bigsmile:
I did the same in my theatre and it's a real crowd pleaser..:clap:I also put all the lighting into a remote control system..
hi, back when there were three rows, each level was 6" ... now that there are two rows only it's 8"hey mike, your theater is looking great (thus far) and i am looking forward to more pics! question: how high did you make the riser between the seating levels? is that what you are refering to when you mentioned the 8" slab instead of the 4"? i was told that you should have a minimum of 6" rise between the levels but can't seem to confirm this anywhere. thanks and hope the reset of the build goes smooth as silk
I will! thanks for lookingI did the same in my theatre and it's a real crowd pleaser..:clap:
When the lights slowly dim and the movie starts, it gives that real theatre feeling..
I'll be following your progress with interest..Keep the pics coming..
Thats amazing! Is there a reason why they choose to construct houses this way? It cant be cheep compared to way we do it here..... you see, 99% of the houses here are constructed with concrete, houses should last a 1000 years
T5 lighting - thin thingies that look like fluorescent lights. I have since told the subcontractor that I did not want to see the "spaces" in between with no light, so I told him to stagger/overlap the lights.nice HT room, what kind of lighting is it around the screen box frame? looks great.