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Old 01-06-2023, 10:00 PM   #21
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Ah okay. Figured you were talking KC guys. Jedimastergrant did a room within a room build. One of the first theaters I visited.
I didn't realize you were a local KC guy. Unfortunately, I've done a terrible job be involved in the local HT group and associated outings etc.

David sold me his JTR S-2. I drove from KC to Chicago and back....on the road by 5am and returned to my house at 9pm. It was worth it.
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Some images of the soffit as it is. I am going to get the front moved up to the next joist. As it is, my lights (which will be in the soffit) would be right on top of the screen.

HVAC was installed Friday. Not sure anyone cares to see that.

Electrical and plumbing for the bathroom should start next week.

I need to get the rest of my speaker wire ran, and some ethernet to where my rack will be.

This is the snack/lobby area:



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Old 01-08-2023, 06:55 AM   #23
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Nice. I like the big snack/lobby area.
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Ran a few speaker cable runs, and installed some smurf tube for potential future speakers.

Electrical is starting today.
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Electrical rough in is complete.

Now it's time for the biggie...plumbing.

This is something I know the least about, so it scares me the most. I've been trying to learn as much as I can so I can make sure it gets done correctly. Trying to head off any issues if possible.

Once that rough in is done, then we can have our first inspection.
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Electrical rough in is complete.

Now it's time for the biggie...plumbing.

This is something I know the least about, so it scares me the most. I've been trying to learn as much as I can so I can make sure it gets done correctly. Trying to head off any issues if possible.

Once that rough in is done, then we can have our first inspection.
Looks great so far.....did you do duplicate runs of all wires and cables? Since it looks like everything will be behind the drywall, I totally recommend that. When and if one no longer works, you will already have another run capable and ready to use with minimal effort on your part. It is worth the little hassle now than what may come up later. Keep up the good work and good luck with the plumbing, I am not comfortable with that either.
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