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#253058 - 03/22/09 11:57 AM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: onn]
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Looks good, CV. What are the dimensions of the HT area? Are you going to ceiling mount the QS8 near the kitchen?
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#253063 - 03/22/09 12:28 PM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: St_PatGuy]
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Yeah, they're going to be ceiling-mounted, and yeah, I suppose I should have some sort of table to dine at behind the theater seating somewhere, huh?

I didn't have the measurements handy, so I had to remeasure the area for the home theater. Just counting floorspace, it's about 14' wide by 28' long (from ledge to stairwell). Yeah, not good numbers if you're considering a perfectly rectangular room, but does the space above the ledge and opening into the kitchenette make the acoustics complex enough that it might not be a problem?

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#253064 - 03/22/09 12:40 PM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: onn]
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 Originally Posted By: onn
Wow, what a great program. Beam supports are a big hassle in basements. Looks like your layout would work but are you planning to isolate the kitchenette from the HT area with a curtain or something else to define the area better?


No, I hadn't considered anything for really sectioning that area off. My major concern was the stairwell.

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#253070 - 03/22/09 12:57 PM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: CV]
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 Originally Posted By: CV
Yeah, they're going to be ceiling-mounted, and yeah, I suppose I should have some sort of table to dine at behind the theater seating somewhere, huh?

I didn't have the measurements handy, so I had to remeasure the area for the home theater. Just counting floorspace, it's about 14' wide by 28' long (from ledge to stairwell). Yeah, not good numbers if you're considering a perfectly rectangular room, but does the space above the ledge and opening into the kitchenette make the acoustics complex enough that it might not be a problem?


I would say it's less of a problem with the space opening into the kitchen. Of course, what other anomalies may crop up is another issue!
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#253072 - 03/22/09 01:01 PM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: St_PatGuy]
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One of my great regrets in life (so far) is not making myself rich enough to afford a brand new, custom-designed home.

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#297739 - 03/21/10 09:50 PM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: CV]
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Wow, almost exactly a year since I last posted in this thread. The metal skeleton for the stairwell was just put in today, so I thought I'd share a couple of pictures.





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#297749 - 03/21/10 10:12 PM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: CV]
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Just leave it like that to keep drunk people out.







Or in.
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#297755 - 03/21/10 10:27 PM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: pmbuko]
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\:\) Yes, you're all invited to be trapped in my basement.

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#299470 - 03/30/10 03:38 PM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: CV]
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Add steps but make them raise up to form a slide at the touch of a button.
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#299472 - 03/30/10 03:40 PM Re: CV's Subterranean Adventure [Re: Murph]
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I would make the trip to see that. \:\)
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