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She only works about 10-12 hours a week, so she's always watching crap like Oprah and Dr.Phil etc...all afternoon...when she runs out of money for shopping...

I usually work 6am to 5pm, hit the gym until 7, supper at 8 and my day is done by about 9 (if I dont have to cut the grass)....sleep'n by 10.
I Do use the Theater every weekend still, Movies and Sports...and all Sunday morning Gaming on the PS3 while I'm down doing laundry.

Let me try and get this straight... lol

You work 11 hours a day, she works 11 hours a week....

And you still have to cut the grass and do your own laundry?!

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Well she's a G/F, not a wife

 

...and that's probably why
It's my house, she's not on the title or the mortgage, I charge her rent for extra income.

Saddest part is she'll probably take half my sh!t if she ever left  


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Well she's a G/F, not a wife

...and that's probably why
It's my house, she's not on the title or the mortgage, I charge her rent for extra income.

Saddest part is she'll probably take half my sh!t if she ever left

LMAO, not even gonna touch that one...

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It's cool, that's why I have at least TWO of everything
...Okay enough of the Day's of Our Lives crap already,

Screen Shot Time!



















Skeptical King Theoden still looks skeptical...


Un Touched Un Cropped Full photo from my image viewer screen grab with EXIF data:
(even has my PS3 and AVR lights bottom right corner)


Hot Fuzz

























Book of Eli

Fantastic cinematography, Love the Look/Feel of the Sepia Tones
The Blacks Look Fantastic on my UB can barely tell my 120" screen is 16:9...Makes me wish I had a real camera to capture it instead of a P&S.

as always, photo's cropped only with photobucket, no post processing















un-cropped original shows my entire screen, and my PS3's little blue light lower right


Pic's came out a bit dark, my cheap camera's deficiency, not the projector
the picture actually looked Fantastic in person and the camera doesn't always capture the same depth/detail.

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Since this shot seems to be a favorite,
I dug up my originals and uploaded the un-cropped full size, full res pic's for the Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs bluray shots to a Webshots album.
Link: http://entertainment.webshots.com/album/578552985oixEHz ...for scale, when you zoom in, look to the lower right corner to see my PS3



Only one hitch,
I just figured out you have to be a Webshots member to view Full Size versions.




dammit, I'll see if photobucket works better...

Well that didnt help much either, Photobucket drops it from 2400 x 1800 pixels to 1024 x 768

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My Lowering kit goes on the Truck next weekend

If you're going to lower it at least go all the way! j/k. I've seen your truck around town a couple of times.

Here's mine:
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That's going to be a sweet S10! what engine are you going to drop in there?

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If you're going to lower it at least go all the way!

Oh, you mean like this:



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I cant go much lower because mines a 4x4, so no way to use a dropped front spindle without screwing up the CV joint angles
Besides, I'll still need room to run my 33" Terra Grapplers in the Winter

a few of my other expensive hobbies



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Love the Jeep...what seat covers are those????
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That's going to be a sweet S10! what engine are you going to drop in there?

Oh, you mean like this:


That's much better!

No fancy motor for me, sticking with the stock 4.3. it has enough get up and go for my needs.
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Well now that my outdoor Summer fun toys are going into hibernation,

Last run at the track before retiring my drag slicks until Spring (pun intended)


put the VTX into storage too


Got my Winter treads on, and the Mud Flaps... flurries are forecast for next week


Now it's Movie Time again!

and it's My PJ's 2nd Birthday This Week!!!
...still on the original bulb, must be about 1500 hours
and the spare lamp is still waiting on the shelf for it's time to shine.

Love my Epson 1080UB <3 !!! Not a single issue right from Day 1
Although that new JVC HD250 is very tempting, I cant justify needing one ....yet!

Here's a few shots from "How To Train Your Dragon" bluray

Sorry it's been so long since I've used my camera indoors, I cant remember what settings work best for me.
White balance is way off and I lost a little shadow detail in some scenes.















I also watched Iron Man 2 and Robin Hood ...but was enjoying them too much
to be bothered to pause and snap any screen shots, Robin Hood looked Amazing! so I'll have to reload that one for a few screenies.
Maybe by then I have my camera (Fuji S5800) adjusted properly for screen shots again.

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Pretty sweet setup. I am going projector for sure after viewing this thread.
For the price it seems as though its the best overall value.

Keep us updated on your progress.
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Well almost a year since I updated this thread, and my PJ's 3rd Birthday is this Friday! Wow that went fast!!!
I finally installed my Freebie Spare Lamp in June/2011, after almost 3000 hours...and that's all that's changed in 3 years, until now.

Summer Drag Race season is over once again, and with Winter just around the corner it's time to prepare for Winter Hibernation in the Man-Cave once again.
My 13 second Ram has traded her Drag Radials for Winter shoes and I had to haul my drag slicks inside because they cant be cold stored.

Next year upgrade list will include a Ripp supercharger (+150HP) and shooting for 11's or better.










The room itself is still the same but I added LOTS of new toys,
Lowes had Bogo deal on a Danby mini-bar fridge and micro wave combo for handy mix/drinks, ice and snacks.
The front face of the fridge is matt black ...and refreshments are almost within an arms reach now
instead of having to hit pause and run up stairs to the kitchen every 15 minutes.






Martini Station, laptop and storage for remotes/game controllers



..also picked up a freebie Kettle Popper from work (was a showhome prop)










But better yet, I also found a clearance priced 15" Velodyne sub for almost half price on the weekend,
The DLS-5000R has been discontinued so I couldn't pass up an additional 1000 watts of Ground-Pounding LFE

It started in the left rear corner and I could tell instantly the left biased lows were throwing my room off.
I guess there's no need to corner load the Big 15" Beast so the best way to balance the room was moving it right behind my center chair.
Wow!!! I love it! not only does it shake the whole house, it also gives all three seats a built in butt kicker!







after a quick calibration, and turning the new 15" ground-pounder down several times to level 40,
about the same as my pair of Velo DPS-12's front subs...It was time to drop the big screen down to demo the latest Transformers Bluray.


















I didn't get many of the high action fight scenes because my Jaw was on the Floor the entire time and couldn't be bothered to stop and shoot pic's
I also re-watched Iron Man and War of the Worlds (again)
O-M-G that's some serious LFE Pounding my house took for a normally quiet Sunday afternoon!
Almost 2000 watts of Sub Bass in a 2000 cubic foot room = LFE Bliss!!! even at modest volume (level -20 on my AVR) I can easily hit 110 db


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recent updates....(rOcktober 2012)


  


My latest non "Theater" related additions... but still somewhat Man-Cave worthy,


.....a Gibson Les Paul Studio (Worn Brown Maple/Mahogany) Butterscotch Blonde Telecaster, Aspen Green Gretsch ,

 and Twin Taylor's, a 12 String Grand Symphony and a 6 String Grand Auditorium


700  700

 

Being somewhat new to Electric Guitars I didn't want to dive too deep into an expensive tube amp until I discovered what kind of tone I was looking for,

But I couldn't resist the old school look, the sound or the price tag on the Fender Pawn Shop series Excelsior...for just $299! What a little Gem!

and like my guitars, it even matches my rooms color scheme (little black humidifier on the right replaced my retired p.o.s. popcorn machine)


  

 

Just right of the Tele is my Line 6 Spider Jam 75 digital modeler and a Roland AC60 acoustic chorus amplifier.


  


  


  


  


  700

 

Gibson Les Paul Studio worn brown satin finish
 


  

 

American Special Strat in 3 color sunburst, and my old Takamine Dreadnaught

 

700   700

 

New Strat to the pack , a Clapton style "Blackie" and with any luck I'll have another blues axe soon... a Gibson ES-335,

 

700  700

 

 

700  700


Hercules guitar hangers = Awesome!  and my little Martini Bar currently stocked with KAH Tequilla in collectable hand painted skull bottles


   

 


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Wow...I just looked thru your entire thread for the first time. Thanks for that journey !!! I have an old Velodyne DPS 12 that I have had for about 8 or 9 yrs. It is one of the best 12" subs I have ever heard in my theater. I know the 15" Velo monster you got helps alot but how was the dual DPS 12s handling in your room alone? I would have loved to get a second DPS 12 but could not find one for sale..not even a used one. I got a dual Klipsch sub set up in the front and my DPS 12 in the rear. You set up is fantastic dude...

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By the way, when I watched the Transformers : Dark of the Moon a few weeks ago, my jaw was on the floor also. It was the best sounding movie I have heard in my theater.....PERIOD !!!!

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I guess it depends on the size of your rooom, and whether or not its opened up to other spaces.
I recently watched Battle: Los Angeles and got continually bombarded with Deep lows that shook me to the bone through the entire flick!
Totally blew away Transformers DOTM (IMHO)

http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/4758/battlela.html







...out of curiosity,
I replayed the first 30 minutes over again with the Big 15" muted
and there were noticeable missing elements and not nearly enough tactile bass with just the dual DPS-12's.

I thought having dual 12's was about as good as it gets, but the new 15" is the Bomb!
Maybe I just needed that extra boost because my room is not a 100% enclosed space.
My actual entire basement area is closer to 5000 cubic feet, so a near field sub really made a difference.


The DPS-12's are only rated at 200 watts rms (400 peak) with Class B amps, same goes for the DLS series 10",12" from Velodyne
and although they can reach down to 20Hz easily enough, it still was not enough to properly pressurize my space...even with duals.

According to Curt from Velodyne,
the DLS-5000R 15" has the same Class D amp as the higher end SPL series Velodyne subs,
(rated at 1000 watts RMS, 2000 Watts peak.) ...but at a fraction of the price.
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My room is a closed space at 2800 cubic ft. That's why I'm not sure getting a 15" sub in my room would make a large impact. Again I have 2 Klipsch RW 12d subs in the front and a Velodyne DPS 12 in the back. I think the bass is really strong and tacticle but I still think I can get more of a deep chest rumble (that IMAX feel) if I get a 15" sub for the back.

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My old Epson 1080UB PJ turned 4 years old today!!! biggrin.gif

To celebrate the occasion I took a time out from wall mounting new guitars in the Voodoo Guitar Lounge
and popped in a fresh new bulb and dropped the Big 120" Screen to watch a few movies.


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The Lorax...
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Here's a few new screenies from Madagascar-3 and Prometheus

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Prometheus

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This is awesome. I am about to get possession of my new house in less than a month and just like yours it will be an unfinished basement. Cant wait to set up a man cave. Since it is an unfinished basement I weren't too sure how to set everything up but was able to pick up some great ideas from your thread. Thanks man.

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And also, I have the same white sofa as you do!!!!

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My new Sub is on the Way!!!

 

Picked up a 4th Velodyne to balance the room out,

I grabbed another discontinued 15" DLS-5000R on sale (NIB) for an extra 1000 watts of LFE

 

Here's the last DLS-5000R I got at half price, (behind my center seat sweet spot)

now that I have a pair I'll move them to the front, and relocate the two front DPS-12's to the rear corners..

 

 

 

Should be here any day soon from UPS

 

also got half price+ deal on a pair of Monster Power Centers

(HDP-2500 sits under my center channel)

(HDP-1800 sits behind my center seat for rear subs/projector/recliners)

 

 

 

 

 

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Topped up my Scotch collection in my IKEA bookcase next to the bar fridge

 

and hope to finally finish the ceiling (with photos) this long weekend....

 

I finally purchased my track lighting, 4 of the 2-head OLEBY units from IKEA,

at only $2.99 each c/w with halogen bulbs .....CHEAP!!!

I plan to aim the spots so one hits each of my wall mounted guitars (8 total)

 

 

 

 

Here's the first one up... 3 more ceiling boxes to wire into that circuit first....the results are pretty dramatic in person, photo from my Blackberry does it no justice.

 

partial ceiling panel fabric in front of my screen is just temporary, I may swap out the brown for black.

 

 

 

Although I am a bit distracted with a BIG present the Brown Van dropped off yesterday,

a RIPP  supercharger kit to bring my Ram up to 500 HP Sweeeet!!!! I had to haul it all down to the man-cave cause my GF was shooting me the evil eye when it was in the living room

 

 

 

 

My Bud's is already installed and dyno'd

 

 

 


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Very cool setup. I have a similar setup like yours - unfinished basement - 110 screen, epson 3010 and a 7.1 speaker setup. However, I am running into this issue where I cannot contain the sound. The sound easily passes through the basement ceiling and goes to the main floor. When somebody uses the toilet on the main floor or if the furnace kicks in it ruins the whole mood. Do you run into this issue? Very curios. Thanks

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Nice setup, thanks for all of the postings, love the tequila! I do need to ask you one question; what do you do for a living? i mean wow, that's a lot of toys!
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Very cool setup. I have a similar setup like yours - unfinished basement - 110 screen, epson 3010 and a 7.1 speaker setup. However, I am running into this issue where I cannot contain the sound. The sound easily passes through the basement ceiling and goes to the main floor. When somebody uses the toilet on the main floor or if the furnace kicks in it ruins the whole mood. Do you run into this issue? Very curios. Thanks

 

Yup, when a movie is on the whole house hears/feels it.

 

I cant say the sound of a toilet or furnace has ever bothered me, I keep the volume too high to even notice.

 

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Nice setup, thanks for all of the postings, love the tequila! I do need to ask you one question; what do you do for a living? i mean wow, that's a lot of toys!

 

I'm a Residential Designer/ CET  (Construction Engineering Tech)   no wife, no kids = lots of toys.


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Nice, keep up the good work and don't forget to fund your retirement accounts smile.gif
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