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Adrienne Maxwell Posted: Aug 31, 2007 1 comments

<I>Nothing is quite as simple as it seems in this award-winning home theater. </I>

James Reedy Posted: Aug 31, 2007 2 comments

<I>How I turned my passion for audio into my own theater.</I>

Krissy Rushing Posted: Aug 28, 2007 Published: Aug 29, 2007 1 comments

<I>If you thought that the only place where you can achieve A/V perfection is a dedicated space, think again.</I>

Dan Daley Posted: Aug 28, 2007 Published: Aug 29, 2007 0 comments
And you thought home theater was just for the home.
Steve Barnard Posted: Aug 28, 2007 Published: Aug 29, 2007 8 comments

<I>How I did my homework and saved.</I>

Charles Bloom Posted: Aug 28, 2007 Published: Aug 29, 2007 2 comments

<I>Everything I needed was online. </I>

Krissy Rushing Posted: Aug 28, 2007 Published: Aug 29, 2007 1 comments

<I>How to fit 10 seats in a small room and still get amazing sound.</I>

James Robinson Posted: Aug 28, 2007 Published: Aug 29, 2007 2 comments

<I>From 30,000 feet to reality. </I>

Aaron Dalton Posted: Aug 28, 2007 Published: Aug 29, 2007 1 comments

<I>Jerry Rice's dream family theater.</I>

Chris LeGrange Posted: Aug 28, 2007 0 comments

<I>19 designers, 19 rooms, 1 installer. </I>

Adrienne Maxwell Posted: Aug 28, 2007 0 comments

<I>Driven by his passion for movies, this homeowner truly went the distance to create his ideal home theater.</I>

Tony Reimer Posted: Aug 28, 2007 1 comments

Although it took a total of two years and six months of hard work, an equity line is what really helped me finish my theater. Home Theater magazine, Audio Video Interiors, and the Internet were my main sources of information. The room's dimensions are 13.5 by 19 by 8.33 feet, with a closet in the rear that houses the component rack. I gutted the room to the studs, even the ceiling, and installed a dedicated power circuit for audio, video, and lighting. I ran all the wiring for low voltage in the crawl space and for high voltage in the attic. Some crossing was unavoidable, but, at 90-degree angles, I've had no problems. To begin color selection, I started with the ceiling. I simulated the night sky with Ralph Lauren flat paint in magistrate black. I took a paint chip with me to the garment district in L.A. and found curtain fabric. With those colors to work with, I picked out the wall and trim paint and the carpet to match. I already had the black leather furniture.

Ford Gunter Posted: Aug 28, 2007 2 comments

<I>How one couple pulled off a home theater that is completely independent from the house in which it resides. </I>

Glenn Mosby Posted: Aug 28, 2007 0 comments

Having lived in our home since 1979, we are the third owners of this tiny 750-square-foot, 1.5 story, 1943 frame bungalow. In 1998 we decided on some major interior and exterior modifications, which I designed and we had done. The exterior changes gave the house a fresh, neomodern look without spoiling the home's original character lines, allowing it to still fit in with our neighborhood. The interior changes opened up our main floor plan. I have since caught the carpentry bug and now design and do my own work.

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