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 Build: Our (Very) Cheap Home Theater System

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Join date : 2011-06-28

PostSubject: Build: Our (Very) Cheap Home Theater System   Wed Aug 03, 2011 3:00 am

Here at LeHaM.org we love to save money and make our own custom set ups and to have a project that can do both is awsome

This thread will be updated regulary, so keep checking back to avoid our mistakes Smile. Our aim for this project is to make a buttkicking Home Theater System and save as much as possible, because lets face it, spending heaps of cash to get someone else to do it for you is nice but you dont get the same satisfaction from it, than if you built it yourself.

The first thing were going to look at is the room, it's acoustic qualities, layout (windows, vents ect) and size. The room we are setting our Home theater in will have to double as a bedroom because of space issues but you can still apply our ideas to your own Home thater.

The acoustics of this room are quite good concidering the house was built in the 1960's, The whole house is on stilts and the minimum hieght this room is off the ground is approx 75cm. One wall has a built in wardrobe which when closed makes the wall 1m thick, this provides storage and soudproofing/dampaning. All the other walls are approx. 25cm thick (Old plasterboard) and the floor is carpeted.

To be continued....
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