DIY home theater designing project enables you to have a favorite private movie box in your own house, after posting an article about DIY Home theater design tips, here are again, several sample picture of DIY home theater pictures that may inspire you to create your own home theater. Here are the best gallery of garage home theater, all of this DIY home theater have special style with elegant design, designed in limited space such as a garage, the first picture is the rotate home theater, and then the Jedi home theater, Bjorn home theater and Bunker home theater.
The Rotating Theater
This 28-by-20-foot garage theater has a slew of neat features, including a starfield in the 35-foot walkway and an automated fanned entryway. However, the real hook is the rotating floor, which allows the homeowners to flip the scenery from big-screen entertainment to social living space. Other features include 7.1-surround sound, an InFocus SP777 three-chip DLP projector, RTI control and an Escient FireBall DVD management system.
The Jedi Theater
This is the newest entry best garage DIY home theater gallery Steve by Simon, an ode to the Dark Side and all other things “Star Wars.” Using the color scheme of Palpatine’s majestic office, Steve also recruited CDGi’s CinemaScape technology, which can print any image on acoustical fabric. Other out-of-this-world features in this garage include a Marantz single-chip DLP 1080p projector and a 103-inch Vutec 16:9 screen, as well as an array of B&W speakers (including the 45-inch-high 802s) and Velodyne subs.
Bjorn Kristensen Home Theater
Created by Bjorn Kristensen, He did the whole darn thing himself. Not only is he a DIY guy, but he also gave us a bit of foreign flavor. This Norweigian resident recruited his wife, a former electrician, to dig into her past to help pull the room together. Aside from good lighting and funky wallpaper, the room also includes a Sony VPL-VW60 projector and an Infinity SW-12 subwoofer front and center. “I bought the equipment in many local shops,” Bjorn says. “Looking for the best prizes.” Looks like he got himself a winner.
The Bunker Home Theater
I have too say it looks fantastic, one of the best and most appealing home theaters I have seen for a while, Curt Fluegel’s underground bunker stole one of our 2008 Home of the Year awards, as well as our envy. Technically, this area is under the three-car garage, but Curt dug deep to keep the peace with his family life, all while being able to test the limits of 7,000 watts of surround sound. Aside from an acoustically transparent screen, a faux rear wall and new walls in the front, Curt added a the Digital Projection dVision 1080p projector, a Halcro preamp/processor, six Triad Gold speakers, and four Triad Platinum subwoofers. All of it is aided by the AMX Modero touchscreen.