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1-THE PLAN

2-PAINTING

3-FALSE WALL

5-AUDIO SNAKE

6-WALL CARPET

8-PROJECTOR

10-RISER

14-CNTR SPKR MASKING

15-CEILING ABSORBER (FRAME)

16-BUILDING ABSORBERS

19-COMPLETING CEILING ABSORBER

20-BUILDING HTPC

21-EXPANDING 8300HD STORAGE

23 - INSTALLING BASS TRAPS

26 - INSTALLING & ALIGNING LCR SPKRS

27 - RECONFIGURING THE FALSE WALL FOR THE NEW 2.35:1 SCREEN

Pg 24 - Cutting and installing Studiotips SuperChunk bass traps, pg 2
superchunk 9The left and right corner bass traps are simply stacks of triangles . . stacked in the corners.  At the AC outlets, they are cut so as to allow access.
superchunk 10A finished stack . .
superchunk 11At about 60" tall, the stack wanted to tip forward.  I propped things against it to hold it in place.  When all triangles were in place, I screwed small eye screws into the wood floor and ceiling, and stretched steel wire between them.
superchunk 12Both corners are completed.  Next is the bass trap at the corner formed by the ceiling and front wall.
superchunk 13How do I hold the fiberglass triangles in place with gravity working against me?  Since this will all be hidden, it can be quite simple . . and very inexpensive.  Some 1x2 and 1/4 x 3 from Lowe's, a few 45 degree cuts and, VOILA!
superchunk 14A row of this on the wall will hold the bottom edge . . .

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