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May 01, 2007 by EH Staff
Theater Built Without Attachments
There’s no water or hot air involved. This theater isn’t even a part of a yacht or a cruise liner. But it definitely floats. “We designed the room so that absolutely nothing ties it to the structure of the house,” explains Michael Pope, president of Audio Video Interiors of Medina, OH. “In essence, it’s a room in and of itself.”
An Audio System that Spares No Expense
When the owner of this home theater decided on having an audiophile-grade system, he went all out—to the tune of more than a million dollars.
New Construction Needed Theater Help
High Stakes Home Theater
For this Calbasas, CA, homeowner, constructing a great home theater next to a game room whose highlight is a regulation poker table was simply in the cards. “He has an adjacent poker room so he could earn back all the money that the theater cost him,” jokes Murray Kunis, who owns electronics system installer Future Home of Los Angeles.
Electronics Design Group knew exactly what to do when encountered with the challenges of this new construction's home theater.
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