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    What will the internal dimensions be when you've finished?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    What will the internal dimensions be when you've finished?
    Hi Martin, it's a bit smaller width wise than I wanted, but I can't do anything about that. So it'll end up being 8'10" wide by 16'2" long. The ceiling slopes from the back to the front from 6'10" to 7'2". Although it's not what you'd call cavernous, it's mine and I can do what I want with it! It's also pretty solid, in fact my mates are calling it 'The Bunker.'

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    That's still a decent space. You can get six foot between the speakers and still have them clear of the sides.
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    I did the same with half my double garage about 9 years ago. It is a single skin construction so I had the lovely job of Synthaprufing the whole of the interior walls of what would be the room, then battened out and acoustic fibreglass batts fitted, then 100mm of Celotex and then acoustic grade plasterboard. It is roughly the same size as your's and works very well. There is a bit of a bass hump, but that is smoothed out with 2 subs set to different phase (they both have adjustable phase 0 - 180) I sure you will enjoy the result. The great thing is it is about 40ft from the house, I could go deaf or die in there and no-one would know. Sound leakage is virtually non existent when you are outside. Sadly the pics I had of the construction went with my old Photophuckit account when they bolloxed it up.
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    Another step closer today.. I got plastered!

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    Why are the photo's blurry? Is it a Photobucket thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenann View Post
    Why are the photo's blurry? Is it a Photobucket thing?
    Think it's getting plastered that makes the image blurry! Looks good anyway Glen, coming together now.
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    Must be. Pb are useless. Most now want money. It's expensive hosting pics of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Think it's getting plastered that makes the image blurry! Looks good anyway Glen, coming together now.
    Good one!

    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Must be. Pb are useless. Most now want money. It's expensive hosting pics of course.
    Tapatalk is way to go. Mobile phone take pic, post on tapatalk no middle man
    Thanks for that, I'll check it out..

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    I might have sussed it.. Google Photo's. No, it didn’t work!
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