With the arrival of Star Wars episode 7: The Force Awakens coming out December 18, 2015, we know all the Star Wars enthusiasts are more excited than ever…and we are too! Turns out, there are some die hard fans that have built incredible home theaters based on their favorite scenes.
We can’t wait to see what Disney’s spin on the classic. We know you’ve already seen the Trailer, but here is a refresher of what’s to come!
“The Force is strong with this one” for super-fans Vic Wertz and Lisa Stevens.
life-sized statues of Han Solo (in carbonite, of course), C-3P0 and Boba Fett
3 rows of CinemaTech seating
a Runco VX5C 3-chip DLP projector
Room designed by Doug Chiang, the lead designer on Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace and Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones
Stewart VeLux DeLux ST130 screen, and much more (obviously)
A killer Star Wars theme by Orren Pickell Building, Northfield, IL
Took 2 years to build.
Built for for die hard fans in Mettawa, IN
12, 7.1 surround sound
a CineWide screen
Star Wars Dream Room by Modern Home Systems
20 x 14ft of space
Runco DLP projector
107-inch Stewart Filmscreen display
Revel speakers, 2 subwoofers
Crestron home automation system
Life-size R2-D2 and C-3P0, the fiber-optic star field on the ceiling, and the acoustical “space ship like” paneling by Acoustic Innovations of Boca Raton, FL.
We may not have “the Force” on our side, but we do have a team of professional installers for your home audio, home visual, home automation, and home security needs. And if you decide to build a Star Wars home theater the Empire would be jealous of, give us a call 910-317-0876 or request a quote online.