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stud wall nearly ready for cinema kit and lcd

Discussion in 'Home Cinema, Hi-Fi and Gadgets' started by manghan, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. manghan

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    hi all, for the last couple of weeks ive been messing about in the bedroom :hubbahubba: (not like that lol). building a wall to fit my new cinema kit and lcd, as i couldnt decide on a nice stand thort id go down this route..

    just had it skimmed today so shouldnt be long now. thank god! thort id share a couple of pics!

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  3. Staz

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    How big is the room?
     
  4. alipaton

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    Looks good mate was thinking of maybe doing something similar in the living room when i decorate .Do you think there could be a prob with ventilation ,I just thought it might get a bit warm behind the false wall .Will look good though once evrything is fitted in .look forward to a finished pic.:yes:
     
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    all seems to high, tv and audio.
     
  6. JD09

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    Looks great, but would echo the height thoughts . . . ?
     
  7. NHN

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    Curious why you have a large gap at bottom which looks like it will fit a soundbar in, then you have what also looks like 5.1 surround speaker gaps, can you elaborate on the setup.

    I use the Yamaha YSP-30D soundbar & I have a new YST-SW150 subwoofer to plug in aswell, saved many wires installed & it really does work for surround sound, has hdmi, optics etc
     
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    My guess is the large gap at the bottom is a dvd shelf. looks good tho mate good work! :icon_thumright:
     
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    Looked little to short for dvd's, but probably right given setup holes, center speaker looks to high IMHO unless his mattress is on the ceiling lol
     
  10. fingermouse

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    nice decor :) could have stripped the wall first :)
     
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    any update
     
  12. Joe90k

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    curious that this was the OP's first post about something totally un-car related on an Audi forum lol

    But none the less, good work, I did this for my brother in his lounge, put a small touchscreen in the wall which links to his Mac upstairs via a long VGA cable so he can control music etc downstairs.

    Works well

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    :iagree:

    Welcome to ASN though... I'm guessing you have an Audi too?

    Nice setup :icon_thumright:

    Any updates?

    How you accessing all the cables once everything is in place?
     
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    :sadlike::crying::faint:

    pmsl - that's the sequence, after he's just read your post...
     
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    :lmfao:
     
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    He's been very quiet since huh, I reckon he's either shut himself in his little structure or his wife has after seeing the overall cost of it, lmfao
     
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    No activity at all from him :haha:

    I hope it's worked for him because it does look good.
     
  18. fingermouse

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    I think, looking at this again, i`d have done all the wall rather than just a box it would have looked neater
     
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    Take it, going off the 2nd pic, that the bed is side on to the TV etc, Id prefer it at the end of the bed for better viewing.
     
  20. fingermouse

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    could be a dbl bed up against the wall ????
     
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    :lmfao:
     

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