Homegrown Accents Stand Out in This Home Theater
November 07, 2013 | by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
The craftsman used cherry trees from his surrounding property for a room he could truly call his own.
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Posted by Mike Rosinski  on  11/08  at  02:39 AM

What you did not mention was Floyd’s research and application of acoustic engineering into his Home Theater.  There is a big difference between sound isolation techniques, and Acoustics.  He applied using fact based data, objective measurements, to make his sound quality A+.  I know Floyd, aka “fotto”, thru AVS forum.
Here is his acoustic analysis and his acoustic treatments application:
Do a search there, AVSForum-dot-com, on his thread “Room Measurement & Treatment”, since I can’t post the URL here….

Posted by Rachel Cericola  on  11/08  at  07:31 AM

Hey Mike: Thanks for the comment. Floyd’s build definitely had a lot of fans—and with good reason! The science behind it is very cool and I encourage people to check out all of the details of that and the rest of the build as well. Floyd’s AVS Forum page is linked above, so people can read all about it.

Posted by Bob Lieto  on  11/08  at  11:50 AM

Awesome, When ever we are designing a Dedicated Home Room, the first sitdown with our client is very informal and casual and questions center around likes, dislikes, themes, colors, sound isolation, structure size…. many other wide, outer-edge topics. It was nice to hear that Cherry Wood from the property was used extensively within the space and formed the LINK between the owners and the Theater. I enjoyed the article very much. thanks

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