How to create a ‘Star Wars’ themed movie theater at home

By Lauren McCutcheon—The Washington PostStar Wars is a favorite movie franchise for many American families.

And many of them have a Star Wars themed home theater.

According to data compiled by the National Association of Theatre Owners (NTTO), there are about 7.7 million active home theater owners in the U.S. That’s about 6.5 million homes.

So if you’re an active home theatre owner, you can make your home theater a Star War theater.

But if you don’t have a theater yet, you might want to start with a Star Trek themed one.

The Star Wars films are known for being the source of all kinds of geek culture.

The classic films, including Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and Return of Palpatine are widely available on DVD and Blu-ray, and they are also the source for popular television shows such as Star Trek and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

So it makes sense that home theater makers are already making their own versions of these movies.

The basic rule of thumb for any home theater is to have a projector with a low power LED screen.

That means you’ll want to buy a projector that has a screen rated at less than 60 percent of the total power output of your projector.

A lower power LED allows you to get more light into your projector and give your home a more immersive movie experience.

Here are a few tips to help you create your own Star Wars home theater that fits your budget and needs.

To start, you’ll need a projector.

Home theater makers can go for either a high-power projector with an adjustable viewing angle, or a low-power LED projector that allows you more control over the brightness of your screen.

A projector with adjustable viewing angles also allows you the ability to adjust the brightness level on your projector to suit your viewing needs.

A low-powered LED projector has a low output power, meaning that a projector will only get about 6 to 7 watts of power.

A low-Power LED projector will require less light to get the same level of contrast.

So a high power LED projector with 8 watts of output will get much brighter than a low wattage projector with only 2 to 3 watts of light output.

The first thing you’ll do with your projector is plug it in.

There are many different types of LED projector out there.

If you’re looking for a projector to fit your budget, check out these top choices.

The cheapest of these are the 35-inch and 50-inch models, which are both on sale at Amazon for $200.

The 55-inch version has a built-in light meter that can give you a more accurate reading of how bright your projector will be, but it doesn’t have any sort of adjustable brightness level.

It also requires a lot of patience, because it’s so much smaller than a normal 35- or 50-incher.

To install your projector, you need to find a way to hook it up to the wall.

The easiest way to do that is to install it with a wall mount bracket.

These bracketed wall mounts attach to the back of the projector and are easy to use.

The back of these brackets has a screw that screws into the projector, so it doesn.t have to be drilled through the wall and is easy to adjust.

The projector has four mounting points, one on each side of the bracket, so you can use the screws to mount the projector.

Once the projector is mounted, you just need to hook up the wires.

The wires connect the projector to the lights, which connect to the projector’s remote control.

The remote control has buttons for controlling the brightness and contrast of the display.

You can adjust the contrast of your movie with the remote, and adjust the intensity of the light with the power knob on the remote.

If your projector has no remote control, you will need to buy one.

Next up, you want to hook the projector up to your TV.

It should come with a power cord.

But there are also a number of power adapters that you can buy online to make it easier to hook your projector up.

You will also need to get a power strip.

There’s also a power adapter that plugs into a wall outlet.

If there is no outlet, you could try to hook a power cable into the outlet.

The power strip also has two USB ports that can be used to charge your smartphone, computer, or other electronics.

The last thing you want is for your projector or projector control to go dead, so make sure you plug it back in before you leave the house.

The TV will then show you what movie you’ve watched.

You’re now ready to start creating your home’s own Star War-themed home theater experience.

First, you must figure out how much light you want your projector in the darkroom.

To figure out your desired light level, plug your projector into a light meter.