David Adey of Newfoundland may well be the poster child for building a home theater in the modular style. I love the modular style. I personally espouse it. And when you consider how he did it, a little bit at a time, he shows exactly why I endorse this style of design.
A little at a time, a new piece here and there, and soon (well, in seven months) he had a home theater system. And though it sounds like he spent a small fortune on this sweet home theater setup, he actually spent ten thousand dollars.
Now, that SOUNDS like a lot of money. And objectively, on the surface, yes it is. But think about this–he didn’t spend ten thousand dollars…he spent three hundred and fifty bucks a week. Every week. For seven months. And that doesn’t sound nearly as bad.
What did he get for that cash, you ask? How about a Yamaha receiver, Paradigm speakers, a Sanyo projector and a hundred and four inch projector screen, among others?
It’s a pretty sweet setup, and the fact that he built it a little at a time makes it all the sweeter.