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figjam

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  1. I am currently building a new house too (only at slab stage at the moment), but here the steps I took for soundproofing in my HT: - soundcheck R2.0 batts in all 4 walls - soundcheck gyprock for all walls and ceilings - squareset corners (no cornice) - 2 x 720 solicore rebated doors - step down floor to enable doors to seal at bottom. Approximate cost for all soundcheck materials (including installation) was just under $2,000. Hope that helps.
  2. The soundscreen internally would be your best bet, as it won't reduce room size.
  3. B2GOF sale again at JB. https://www.jbhifi.com.au/movies-tv-shows/movies-tv-shows-on-sale/movies-b2g1f1/?p=2&s=releaseDate&sd=2
  4. Hey Dylan, are those acoustic panels a real thing, or something you have modelled up?
  5. Marantz 6011 7.2.4

    It certainly does work with the 6011. I have mine working with an external amp.
  6. No worries Dylan, I am probably going to do the same myself at some stage Looking good thanks mate.
  7. No worries thanks Dylan. Don't stress on my account! Appreciate everything you are doing.
  8. Projector central calculator says 4.8m, with a range between 3.6m and 7.5m. Recommended seating distance @4.8m is 3.7 - 5.8m. http://www.projectorcentral.com/Epson_Europe-EH-TW9300-projection-calculator-pro.htm
  9. Looking great thanks Dylan. That room looks very short though, or is it just the perspective?
  10. I have been using a Sony HAP-S1, and it has been working very well for this purpose.
  11. Thanks Dylan, looking great. The only obvious thing I can see is that the window frame will be black (although probably not worth worrying about if you are going to add curtains on that wall). Also, is that a 110" screen? It's looking like that cabinet height will need to be lowered to accommodate the centre channel speaker sitting on top of it.
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