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    Didn't want to do a proper job then

    Looks great.
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    Alright, Alright, you come on here showing off with your projects !. No, thats really lovely Dan, like the gear and lounge equally

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    are you a professional with wood or just a quality hobbyist? Really nice work.
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    An s shaped living room - Tidy !!!

    No , a real credit to you !!
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    Looks very professional- well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tapid View Post
    Alright, Alright, you come on here showing off with your projects !. No, thats really lovely Dan, like the gear and lounge equally
    haha, i'm a lurker there's so much to look at that i just absorb info instead of post..
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    Quote Originally Posted by archiesdad View Post
    are you a professional with wood or just a quality hobbyist? Really nice work.
    Just a Diy-er, first ever bit of wood work.
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    Nice build workmanship, as well as your electronics and speakers. Love the clean look free of wire clutter. Your equipment rack is outstanding too.
    My only concern is when you change out your TV. I would have made the opening larger, and trimmed it out to incorporate more tv options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Light Capture View Post
    Nice build workmanship, as well as your electronics and speakers. Love the clean look free of wire clutter. Your equipment rack is outstanding too.
    My only concern is when you change out your TV. I would have made the opening larger, and trimmed it out to incorporate more tv options.
    It will fit any modern 65” TVs as long as they don’t change aspect ratio. There’s more space at the sides to accommodate a flat screen as well.

    If I go bigger with will be projection
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    Shared Components: Beresford TC-7240 Switcher - Nord One NC500DM Mk2 - Mordaunt Short Performance 6 front speakers

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    Stunning job. Congratulations!
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