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Old 23rd December 2009, 08:11 PM   #1
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Default Home Theater Project w/ DIY In-wall 8945P speakers and IB subwoofer

A gallery for anyone interested. Check out the whole gallery. The in-wall design is by Jay Kim and uses the Peerless 810921 and Usher 8945P. The IB drivers are DIYCable.com DPL-15. Panasonic AE4000U projector.

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Oh, the cream rectangles on the wall are acoustic panels I made out of 4" "rockwool" and covered with fabric. They made a pretty audible difference.
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