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Example of a transitional gray floor home theater design in Dallas with gray walls

2013 Fort Worth Dream HomeTransitional Home Theater, Dallas

2013 Fort Worth Dream Home
Built by AG Builders, Featured in Fort Worth Magazine and Electronics design/installation performed by H. Customs Audio Video.
This media room features a 120" projection screen, 3 Episode Front Stage In-Wall Speakers, 4 - 8" In-Ceiling Surround Speakers, Episode Triple 10" Subwoofers, Onkyo Surround Sound Receiver, SnapAV Matrix Switcher, Bluray DVD, AppleTV, Custom Rack.

Design by H. Customs Audio Video and AG Builders

Entire home is Control4 automated.

For more information please contact H. Customs.

Photography by Fort Worth Magazine

Example of a transitional gray floor home theater design in Dallas with gray walls —  Houzz
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mliddell26 wrote:Jan 12, 2016
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    I agree with Davis AV.

    The thing about inwall/ceiling speakers is that you get a lot more in terms of the materials that go into the sound. Box speakers have a lot of extra costs involved in constructing the box, weight of shipping the box, volume that they take up in the shipping container to import them, etc.

    I've made this guide to get people started on comparing speakers under the veil of the brand name: http://blog.inwallstore.com/how-to-compare-speakers/

    I hope it helps.

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    H. Customs Audio Video

    Actually all the speakers are installed behind the Acoustic Transparent Filmscreen and the room does sound amazing. This entire room was wood so there was no place to put the speakers without making them a focal point on the wall.

    Its rare anyone wants to see their speakers anymore so manufacturers have done a very good job of upgrading the sound quality of their in wall speakers. These comes with sealed back boxes made with the speaker to achieve the exact sound quality the manufacturer desires. All the surround speakers are in ceiling. The only speaker in the room is the 10" subwoofer in the back right corner. Even though its in the room and not concealed for décor, I prefer the sound quality of a true subwoofer in the room vs. an in wall subwoofer.

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Timi added this to LiLi's houseNov 6, 2018

Maybe add one chair in your room near the window and tie it to the sofas with pillows

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