Octane Turbo XL700 Home Theater Seats | Unboxing and Review

In this video I go over the unboxing and setup of the Octane Turbo XL700 Home Theater seats and review the features, functionality, and comfort.

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Klipsch In-Wall Speaker Install: https://youtu.be/RLSoMTn63Io
RG6/COAX Compression fittings DIY: https://youtu.be/CJmUlSxdHWM
BEST DIY Spandex Screen Tutorial for your Home Theater: https://youtu.be/sn0ZDzcHB0Y
Mounting my Projector behind a wall Cinema Style!: https://youtu.be/dO8oVUY5c-0
How to build a RISER for HOME THEATER SEATING: https://youtu.be/trIQ4yOHbZ4

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