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As for SPL changes at certain frequencies, even without Atmos, removing the grills behind the screen should compensate for at least some of the frequency interaction with the screen. My biggest issue is finding time with other projects I have to building the screen wall.
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Just wanted to give credit where credit is due!
Alan you motivated me to try this for myself using a similar approach for the screen!
Thanks for the details you've provided here!
You can see my calibrated results in the 120" Spandex thread.
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Can you please let me know what should be done to place a Bowers and Wilkins 683 floor standing speakers and CM center speaker behind the screen. Should Baffle board built for it? I have not build the screen yet. The wall size is 12.5' X 7' after framed. It is a 9' basement celling. The room length is 24'.
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You will need to build supportive shelving suspends the Floor Standers above the bottom edge of the screen, and the Center Channel at approximately "Screen Center".

The screen itself should be hung so that the Speakers are at or slightly less than 2" from the inside surface.

The only reason you would need a Baffle would be because the Speakers need enclosing....or that the Screen was going to stand off the wall more than 2' and supportive shelving could not be built to be that deep.

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Do I need the baffle even if the speaker has a enclosure? Please check the speaker in the following link.
http://www.bowers-wilkins.com/Speakers/Home_Audio/600_Series/683.html
Can you please suggest a link explain step by step instructions to make 16:9 acoustically transparent screen with 150" diagonal. The LCD projector is Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 6500 UB Projector. Basement_personal_latest.jpg 383k .jpg file
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Are you able to suspend Floor Standing speakers on a wall? A "Baffle" can denote a constructed surface with openings and supportive shelves.

The 6500 really doesn't have the lumen output to drive a DIY AT Screen of 150" diagonal. Even at the shortest throw distance possible you will only be able to achieve 9 foot lambert of reflective brightness.

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Latest on my room is I have installed both wide and high front speakers.



Watching the Super Bowl in Audessy DSX mode and the hight speakers are alive with stadium noise!

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Enjoying films in my home theater room more than I enjoy them at the local cinema. Better bass, better surrounds, better picture. Cheaper popcorn.
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Latest on my room is I have installed both wide and high front speakers.



Watching the Super Bowl in Audessy DSX mode and the hight speakers are alive with stadium noise!

Very nice! I look forward to doing the same in my next house with a new Onkyo 5510 or newer model when I move in about a year. (thats why my current setup was made with a temporary free standing AT screen!)
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