Upgrading H/T

Discussion in 'General Home Theater Discussion' started by fr8flyr, Mar 29, 2019.

  1. fr8flyr

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    I am bringing my room into modern times, I am upgrading to 4K capability. I now have an Integra DRC-R1.1 surround processor, Panasonic UB820 Blu Ray player, 4 additional speakers mounted in the ceiling and an amplifier to power them, for Atmos soundtracks, an JVC DLA RS540 Projector and I am painting the ceiling black, for a real bat cave. Now I just have to get it all installed and the room finished up. I'll post up some pics as I progress.
     
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    Well I have the room torn up and getting some things accomplished. Her is a pic of it all torn up. I'll keep everyone updated as I progress.


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    Getting there, almost ready to start mudding in the Sheetrock and patches.


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    Ugh, dust from the sanding will be EVERYWHERE! Good luck, and thanks for posting the pictures as you make progress.
     
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    I know, I am trying to keep everything covered with drop cloths but it will still get everywhere. I have the screen covered to protect it also.
     

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