It took quite a bit of research and effort to get the theater done and it is finished!
Actually, the theater was finished a while ago but I realized that we never had the reveal along with additional pics of the finished theater.
So here it is, the home theater final reveal!
Our latest project is indoor gardening. Our initial attempt at a green thumb was trying to give our kitchen scraps a chance at a second life. We’re still doing that, and in addition to that, we’ve also planting seeds.
Most of us buy our fresh fruit and vegetables from the local supermarket or a big box store. You’ll predictably find the same items in stock, and they’re pretty reliable. Do you want make a change and try food that’s fresher and locally grown?
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Selecting a fixed projection screen should be the next choice after which projector to buy. When designing a home theater, there is a whole lot of research and many choices that needed to be made. Not the least of which is which fixed projector screen to buy.
A passive subwoofer amplifier is usually needed when you have an in-wall subwoofer speaker.
The home theater system has a subwoofer output. but it’s a passive output. Meaning the output is not amplified.
Like the projector and projector screen, there are many options for a home theater system. And just like the projector, the sky is the limit when it comes to pricing.
The first thing you’ll need to figure out on your home theater system search is what features are important to you.
When you’re designing your home theater, it’s best to look at both, your amplifier and speakers at the same time.
Each one affects the other, so researching them both at the same time will help you make the best choice for both. This article will focus on home theater speakers.
Choosing A NAS ReplacementThe topic of Choosing a NAS replacement is a little different from what I expected to be posting on OurProjectIdeas.com. But it is a project that I recently went through, and I learned a lot - so I figured I'd share. 🙂 I...
Why I Wanted To Make A Plywood Cutout I decided to make a plywood cutout when I couldn’t find something I could buy. We were doing updates in the Poconos vacation rental (Feels Like Heaven). I wanted to add something above the TV on the accent wall...
This will vary from house to house and pool to pool but here’s how I added a pool water filler on our house.
This is our experience installing plywood flooring, step by step. It came out even better than we thought it would.
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