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My Garage Conversion

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by rdundas, Oct 31, 2005.

  1. rdundas

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    Joe at TMF thought I should post some pics of my Garage conversion. E think he was impressed with my budget more than anything else though :)
    As the conversion inc. carpets and seating but excluding Equipment, from a bare concrete garage with electricity to finished garage only cost £2000. Anyway, i have not noticed too many pics from our Scottish contingent, so thought I would bung these up.
     

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    Nice job! I particularly like the retro style wall lights :)
     
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    Hi rdundas.

    Not many photos from our Scottish contingent as you say but Scottish projector fans are out there. From your photos, would I be correct in seeing Longannet power station in the background? Therefore could you be in Skinflats? I'm in Bannockburn.

    Good Luck.

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    well spotted m8
     
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    rdundas, can we see some more info please , I am in the process of doing the same as you have done.
    Regards.
    John.
    PS where is TMF.
    Cheers :)
     
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    TMF is The Media Factory, can be found here: http://www.tmfsolutions.co.uk/ If you have any questions feel free to ask.
    Basics are Double plasterboard on a wood 2"x2"frame with rock wool insulation. Wall lights from Screwfix, Downlight fittings from Ebay and LED bulbs from somewhere online. Front unit and rear shelves from Ikea. Owl projection screen, bought used from Forum.
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    Sanyo Z4 projector, Lumagen DVI Scaler, Pioneer 575 DVD Player, Denon 1906 AV Amp, Musical Fidelity KW500 int. amp, Gryphon Tabu CD Player, Gallo Reference 3 Front Speakers with optional SA Amp, 4 X Mission 77DS rear speakers, Isotek GII Vision Power distributor
     
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    Many thanks, I thought, that was quick seeing as it shows you are not online :):) got PM also, cheers.
     

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