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post #11971 of 33747 Old 06-04-2014, 04:12 PM
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Here is a pic of the back of the room.

room is roughly 11x17, Screen is not a fixed screen but a painted wall. A 16:9 movie is 108" and a 2:35 movie is 120"

There's about 3 feet between the back wall and the back of the back row but that is used as walk space and for getting to the fridge and popcorn station which had to be built in-wall because of my limited space.

bear yeah I thought about both of those options, but bringing the wall up another 18" would put the main seating too close to the screen, it's already fairly close as is, also those transparent screens are beyond my budget. As far as blocking an aisle................. I can see how it would work. What sub would be recommended if I went that route?

My first suggestion would be a Triax beside your seating position that you can use as an end table.  :D  On a serious note, I would consider a matching XS30, or an XS15 would work nearly as well due to the near field placement.  You would still have one side completely open to the front, and again could serve as an end table. :) 

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The room is great though. For a small room is sure packs a punch!

I hope to have similar just a tad bigger. Well done
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Is the second row on a riser? That could be an option as well, and would not interfere with aisle ways.

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I use apple when I can get my hands on it. We mostly use cherry and maple.

Make the trip, it will be a good time for all. If it doesn't rain we might move the party to my house for an outdoor movie. My neighbor has a white vinyl-sided, two story house and the side with no windows faces my backyard. It's not the best picture quality, but the kids love it.

Here is a very bad cell phone picture of an after movie Halo match for the grownups.

Cherry and maple works good too, hickory and mesquite can be over powering though. What size image do you throw? And what projector do you use?

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How about an XS30 with something on top as a coffee table in front of the front row seats or an DIY coffee table sub?
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I use apple when I can get my hands on it. We mostly use cherry and maple.

Make the trip, it will be a good time for all. If it doesn't rain we might move the party to my house for an outdoor movie. My neighbor has a white vinyl-sided, two story house and the side with no windows faces my backyard. It's not the best picture quality, but the kids love it.

Here is a very bad cell phone picture of an after movie Halo match for the grownups.



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Here is a pic of the back of the room.

room is roughly 11x17, Screen is not a fixed screen but a painted wall. A 16:9 movie is 108" and a 2:35 movie is 120"

There's about 3 feet between the back wall and the back of the back row but that is used as walk space and for getting to the fridge and popcorn station which had to be built in-wall because of my limited space.

bear yeah I thought about both of those options, but bringing the wall up another 18" would put the main seating too close to the screen, it's already fairly close as is, also those transparent screens are beyond my budget. As far as blocking an aisle it would bottle neck the traffic for sure but I can see how it would work. What sub would be recommended if I went that route?
I would put subs next to the seats on whatever side you don't use to walk through. They make great end tables.

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Cherry and maple works good too, hickory and mesquite can be over powering though. What size image do you throw? And what projector do you use?
I'm not sure about the image size, but it looks somewhere between 20'-25'. The projector belongs to my brother-in-law, so I'm not sure what model it is. I am hoping to upgrade this year.

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Jim my man, nice to hear from the Quiet one, be talking with you soon.
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I told you I would come out of my shell. Let me know when you are ready for the other two XV15se's. smile.gif
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You know if that BBQ & outdoor movies GTG is held over the July 4th weekend we could stick around
It will be later in the summer, probably in mid to late August.
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12 posts in 9 years....you are definitely kicking things up a notch.  :D

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I did hear and thank you for the order. In fact, I remember building them and then trying to fit everything on a pallet in order to avoid the FedEx guys in your area. We will have to remember to ship truck freight when you order next time. smile.gif

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I would put subs next to the seats on whatever side you don't use to walk through. They make great end tables.

I would remove the chairs and use the subs as seats...probably could buy another pair of XS30se for what those cost. I am sure some comfy cushions could be sourced fairly easy and the tactile response would be amazing...be no need to worry about nulls when your eyeballs are vibrating out of socket. smile.gif
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I would remove the chairs and use the subs as seats...probably could buy another pair of XS30se for what those cost. I am sure some comfy cushions could be sourced fairly easy and the tactile response would be amazing...be no need to worry about nulls when your eyeballs are vibrating out of socket. smile.gif

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I would remove the chairs and use the subs as seats...probably could buy another pair of XS30se for what those cost. I am sure some comfy cushions could be sourced fairly easy and the tactile response would be amazing...be no need to worry about nulls when your eyeballs are vibrating out of socket. smile.gif

Haha I love it bass. Or I could replace just one chair and have the wife sit on on my lap and all that vibrating would...nope too far sorry. Just trying to figure out a way to pass the WAF
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Opinions wanted. I may have to downsize my XV15 (no base) with all original packaging due to several reasons. What say you guys should I expect to get for the sub in its like new condition in original packaging?

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Maybe 70% of what you paid for it?
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They have arrived. The driver needed a map to find the same house he delivered to a month ago.


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I guess with the live chat function over at the website now and Tom handling that...you'll be spending more time overlooking the preceding here? To bad I won't be around in time for that shindig...sounds like it will be a lot of fun

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lol Yea, I will be forced to buy a smaller sub if our home sale goes through. No other option. frown.gif

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No dedicated theater, but here is a shot of my dual purpose living room. One sub is in the corner where you can see part of the tree....the other is to the right of the sectional that is back out of the picture, between the sectional and the wall(it is spaced out from the wall a bit due to a radiator).

 

 

I just got the idea to add a third subwoofer to my system, totally hidden:  Replace the ottoman shown with a DIY subwoofer ottoman, upholstered as shown, huge cab, maybe a monster 18" down firing driver.........

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Lol yeah that's the most recent photo I have. Don't even have the subs in that photo.
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I know I always nit-pick these things, but I don't like where your FL/R speakers are sitting Bear. Wouldn't they sound better up on the same shelf as your center?
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