If you have an excuse for not having space in your house to set up your dream theater then you need to go back on your words. Heard of an old adage, ‘Where there is a will, there is a way’? Take a look at how a family in Indiana transformed their unfinished basement into a superwide CinemaScope home theater with an attached kitchen, pool hall, and more. This 900-square-foot Indiana basement is essentially a classy theater. Featuring a 123-inch screen from Stewart Film, Runco RS-1100 DLP projector (with a CineWide lens), Kaleidescape system, the family also settled for an LG’s dual-format player that plays both Blu-ray discs and the competing HD DVD formats. The video equipment and other source components are hidden behind smoked glass at the rear of the room.
Obviously it was not only their efforts and money but a thorough professional help from the folks of Tri-Phase Technologies in Carmel, IN.