How I blackened my home theater with velvet, evolving from common mancave into a batcave!

WookieGR

WookieGR

Full Audioholic
The latest video showcasing my mindset on what I originally wanted to do with my home theater plans vs what I had to do to honor the film-makers vision using triple black velvet!

 
Mikado463

Mikado463

Audioholic Ninja
Wookie, I'm not much of a HT guy but I commend you for a job well done ! :)
 
ryanosaur

ryanosaur

Audioholic Warlord
Pretty cool.
To bad you couldn't get your hands on some Vantablack or Black 3.0. ;) But hell... maybe the velvet ended up costing less in the long run, even after all the painting.
 
WookieGR

WookieGR

Full Audioholic
Pretty cool.
To bad you couldn't get your hands on some Vantablack or Black 3.0. ;) But hell... maybe the velvet ended up costing less in the long run, even after all the painting.
I looked into it. Way too expensive and extremely hard to get in the quantities I needed.
 
ryanosaur

ryanosaur

Audioholic Warlord
I looked into it. Way too expensive and extremely hard to get in the quantities I needed.
I bet.

Randomly, I wonder what could be accomplished with several cans of spray adhesive, a Vitaprep, and a pallet of Kingston Charcoal Briquets....

Might have to advise your guests to not lean against the walls. :p Or wear white.

...Or smoke. :eek:
 
mono-bloc

mono-bloc

Audioholic
Black velvet on the walls, are you sure we are talking HT, It brings up memories of my younger day's Goose bumps on goose bumps.. Still enjoy your grouping round
in the dark. And good luck finding the door:cool:
 
A

Aalin Galyna

Audiophyte
Wow, that ceiling got me. Looking extremely sophisticated.
 
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