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When bolt wasnt working, did you have to mess with the HDMI, or was it BD related?
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Queen:

Very nice room. Somehow I always miss the really good threads. Read Shawn's thread last night and this morning, so decided to go ahead and read yours today. Just finished and I'm very impressed, congratulations.

I sure learn a lot reading these threads and I enjoy watching the OP learn as they go.

From seeking advice back in August:

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Side surround placement? Seems to be differing opinions on best location. Most say right in-between the first and second rows. My HT guy says I can go either right before the riser or on the riser but thinks right before the riser is better. Then I look at Uptown's and it appears that he positions his first column with the back edge up against the front line of the first row seats. His second column is flush with the beginning of the back row. From his build photos it looks like he put speaker wire in both columns but I am not entirely sure whether he put 2 or 4 side surrounds.

Then I look at Big's and again it seems like that surround column sits on the riser.

Am I making a mistake by putting my surrounds too close to the front row seating position?

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When you have two rows of seating you have to compromise. Some place the side surrounds right in-between the two rows or optimize for one row. My placement obviously makes the second row the money seats. I didn't choose to go the in-between route because of aesthetics (i.e. spacing between each of the columns). I love my current set-up but I typically sit in the second row. On the occasion when I do sit in the front (when my kids want to watch) I still find it enjoyable but do notice the difference in sound.

Great thread and great build.

I do have a question for you: If you had it to do over again, would you do your base, chair and crown the same way (faux paint) or would you use wood and have it stained? Why?

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I'm glad that you've solved your HDMI woes. I had a similar problem with an HDMI cable going from my Onkyo 705 to my projector, but was at the reciever end.

I had no idea how sensitive HDMI cables are. Perhaps running that 75 foot HDMI cable from the LCD to the HT wasn't the smartest idea. Although, at least it is in a conduit for the full length.

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When bolt wasnt working, did you have to mess with the HDMI, or was it BD related?

It was really strange. Again, after watching all the trailers then it just crapped out, but we had the Panasonic Blu-ray screen. Then tried again and it worked. One thing I've been meaning to ask everyone - how do you bypass all the dopey trailers? On my regular dvd player I have no problem, but when I press menu on my URC the main menu doesn't seem to appear. And trust me, waiting through ten minutes of trailers that we've already seen is like a lifetime to a kid wanting to just see the main show!

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Very nice room. Somehow I always miss the really good threads. Read Shawn's thread last night and this morning, so decided to go ahead and read yours today. Just finished and I'm very impressed, congratulations.

Great thread and great build.

I do have a question for you: If you had it to do over again, would you do your base, chair and crown the same way (faux paint) or would you use wood and have it stained? Why?

Wow, thanks for taking the time to read through my build Stew. It's not exactly the most reader friendly one out there .

Yes, since I really like the way the faux paint came out. But really the main motivation behind all of it was my GC refused to install the clear hardwood because he said it's the biggest pain in the neck. However, since I ended up doing all of the wood puttying it probably would not have been more work for him anyway. To be honest though, I have no idea how much more it would have cost to go the clear wood and stain route (after subtracting out the cost of my painter). I'm assuming it would be a lot more expensive to go the wood/stain route so I'd definitely choose the cheaper route since the end result was the desired color. Thanks again for your kind words and for stopping by.
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Thanks for the response. Since I'm going to try and do it myself, I'm thinking it will be much easier for me to stain some wood then it will be for me to try and do a faux finish. If I knew someone that did Faux painting, I'd be apt to change my mine, but alas I don't.

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But really the main motivation behind all of it was my GC refused to install the clear hardwood because he said it's the biggest pain in the neck.

Unfortunately putting up and staining real wood molding is becoming rarer and rarer. In most of todays track homes the use of plastic, finger joined and MDF lumber is the norm. Partly due to higher raw material cost of stain grade lumber but mostly the difficulty in finding a finished carpenter with the experience and skills to do it correctly. Your GC does business with a list of guys he knows personally and unfortunately he doesn't have a skilled finished carpenter on his Fav5 list.

It probably would have ended up costing you more and without windows and bright lights I'm not totally sure of the value for a HT. Now if this was a Kitchen with lots of windows it would make sense.
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OK, here's my contribution.

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Stew! You have no idea how many times I went into my signature and for the life of me could not figure out how to get that going (and I used to write HTML for very basic web pages back in the day!) . You're the best! Thanks.
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LOL, I always thought you did it the way you did it on purpose. Looks a lot cleaner now

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Stew! You have no idea how many times I went into my signature and for the life of me could not figure out how to get that going (and I used to write HTML for very basic web pages back in the day!) . You're the best! Thanks.

You're very welcome, it looks great.



(did you check to make sure I wasn't directing your link to a porn site or did you trust me?)

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LOL, I always thought you did it the way you did it on purpose. Looks a lot cleaner now

I did think about PMing you once to ask you how you did it but obviously never did.

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(did you check to make sure I wasn't directing your link to a porn site or did you trust me?)

Not that I don't trust you or anything, but I did study the syntax first .
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Just finished watching "Speed Racer". I know the flick got slammed in the theaters, but that was downright fun. Granted though, I am a big fan of the original (and have the whole set on SD). Definite eye candy and a great movie to just sit back and enjoy the HT.
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Kinda funny, tonight you watched Speed Racer and I watched Dawn of the Dead

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Well i've got Speed Racer on BD, and i think it's an ok movie. I think the thing that got me was the 'over saturated' colours. (Watching it in a darkened room, tend to burn the image onto my retinas!!) I do enjoying watching manga, and comic related movies.

I can't wait for 'Akira' on BD, that is going to be great!

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Well i've got Speed Racer on BD, and i think it's an ok movie. I think the thing that got me was the 'over saturated' colours. (Watching it in a darkened room, tend to burn the image onto my retinas!!) I do enjoying watching manga, and comic related movies.

I can't wait for 'Akira' on BD, that is going to be great!

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Yes, I was contemplating whether to double dip since I've already got "Akira" on SD.

The other night we watched "Beowulf", the CGI one (like "300"). It was ok. Another one of my husband's picks .
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Yeah,

I've already got 'Akira' on DVD too, but according to reviews on the BD release. The colours are sharper, and less blurry than on the SD version.

Just got 'Beowulf' on BD, haven't had chance to watch it yet.

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No posts in a while Queen, I guess that's the sign you're in theater heaven

Any new BD additions or special deals?

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No posts in a while Queen, I guess that's the sign you're in theater heaven

Any new BD additions or special deals?

Just ordered "Sin City" for the kids to give Daddy for his birthday. Also picked up the Pixar shorts for the kids. Today, watched "Polar Express" with the kids - my first SD viewing. I figure if I want to be able to accurately determine whether the Oppo blows all others out of the water when it comes to upscaling I better start watching some SDs .

But onto hardware. Just waiting for the Oppo to hit retail. Unfortunately, as a result of that upgrade, my HT guy's last visit will be dependent upon that release. Hopefully, the HDMI splitter (which some of you may recall did not want to recognize the Panny BD55) will not have any problem with the Oppo.

It's pretty sad that my Samsung LCD is already over six months old and we haven't even used it yet . Since the splitter is not hooked up it only gets basic cable. And besides, my GC is MIA yet again. The cabinets aren't finished yet and I have my ugly steel pole screaming for a nice hollow column. And his tools are littered about the playroom. I just left him another message today telling him I thought it would only be right that he have an opportunity to bid on his tools that I put up on ebay .

On another note, I am contemplating whether to go with a Marantz IS301 IPOD dock that is open box and supposedly fairly cheap (don't have an actual price yet but I think it retails for about $250) or the newly reported URC PSX-2 (runs around $400 retail) that integrates seamlessly with my remotes and can serve as a mini server. EH reported it as the Apple TV killer, which may be overblown. Any comments about either would be appreciated!
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Watched "The Hulk" last night (the Ed Norton one). My mom said it was horrible so my expectations were quite low. However, both my husband and I enjoyed it. Some parts a little slow but definitely a step up from the first one.

Have guests staying over so not sure what we'll get to watch after putting the kids to bed. Just got my David Foster BD, which is supposedly one of the best audio BDs out there. Only had a chance to watch a couple songs before the kids loudly protested for "Bolt" instead .
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I liked Hulk

As to the standard def dvds, it's weird some of them can come pretty close (once unconverted ) to say an average quality BD. Of course it's no where near a reference quality BD. But then there are other standard def ones that are just horrible and makes you wonder how we ever watched those!

Have fun with your experiments. I just watched What Doesn't Kill You and liked it, but it's probably more of a guys movie.

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Queen, this is coming a little late, but one solution to the whole unsecure HDMI issue that I just recently discovered are these cables.



I never noticed it before, but most HDMI ports, including your PJ I see, have a receptacle for a screw to secure the cable; and Gefen has taken advantage. They're pricey, not like good 'ole Monoprice, but maybe for those "cannot easily be replaced" runs, they'll do someone some good.

I know it's too late for most of us. Just FYI.

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You can also get HDMI locks and not have to get new cables:http://www.amazon.com/lock-Universal...1225341&sr=8-1
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Great idea guys, shame they never put those ideas into the HDMI spec!!

It would have saved mucho hassle, with cable tension / socket problems.

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hey queen, how is that clciker treating you? You have what the URC MX-980 right, with the color screen? Do you have any regrets, too long? More than what you really need? worth the hefty price? would you swap it for anything else instead? Pros, cons?
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Queen,

So for those of who's motivation comes intermittently and in "surges":
Tell us how it feels to be finished and watching movies..?

You've been quiet too long - and some of us need a swift kick in the @&& in order to "Stay on Target"

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You've been quiet too long - and some of us need a swift kick in the @&& in order to "Stay on Target"

Perhaps we are witnessing the birth of "The Queenanator?" Gotta keep you involved and challenged somehow now that you have apparently achieved your main purpose in life! You know, that "one thing" that Curly talked about in City Slickers?

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hey queen, how is that clciker treating you? You have what the URC MX-980 right, with the color screen? Do you have any regrets, too long? More than what you really need? worth the hefty price? would you swap it for anything else instead? Pros, cons?

Yep, that's the one Smaks. It is a bit clunky for my small hands but quite honestly all of the URCs seem to be a bit big. Not such a big deal though since once I get everything fired up I just throw it the empty chair next to me or in the cup holder. Despite its size, I do like it. It's very cool being able to turn the sconces/cans on and off with the remote . When I first started out, I was actually going to get the MX-3000 so this was a step down. As cool as the 3000 was I don't think I would have liked it not easily fitting into spaces (i.e. cup holder).

I do think the 980 was pretty expensive but I'm coming off of using three different remotes in my family room! So I'm not exactly the best judge since I do not have any experience with others (i.e. Harmony, etc.). I do have the MX-380 (budget based, non color) for the playroom but have not had a chance to evaluate since that part is not up and running yet. However, just from pure aesthetics you can see why it's considerably cheaper.

Something else worth mentioning is that I've heard it's a beast to program yourself so if you are opting the DIY route, Harmony might be a better choice. Hope that helps some.
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Queen,

So for those of who's motivation comes intermittently and in "surges":
Tell us how it feels to be finished and watching movies..?

You've been quiet too long - and some of us need a swift kick in the @&& in order to "Stay on Target"

Well, technically not quite yet finished since the GC still needs to repaint the ceiling which has me very worried. He actually came back this past week after I told him I listed all of his tools on ebay. I originally thought he was just going to touch up the areas that he scuffed but he said he's going to need to roll it all over again. He even suggested perhaps getting my painter in here (to which I quickly replied no way, I trust you more than him!). So he's going to put up plastic all over the walls to keep any paint off of my GOM. Is it ok to put plastic over my SmX screen too? Not sure about that one.

Been preoccupied with getting my house back in order. Two little ones can sure wreak havoc . Anxious for the GC to finish up the playroom downstairs so that I can start transferring all their 'stuff' down there.

But I have had some time to squeeze in some flicks. Watched the David Foster BD, called "Hit Man". While I wasn't a fan of all the artists that performed, the BD was spectacular (audio and video). I would highly recommend for reference quality. Also finally got to "Benjamin Button". Not exactly the best to showcase the HT, but enjoyable nonetheless (although I thought not as good as Gump).

Oh! And I also hauled all of my DVDs down into the basement. We had some racks in the garage that my FIL gave us so I just used those. Was contemplating having the GC build something on the walls but figured the $$ would be better spent elsewhere since it's just a closet. I promise to snap a pic and post later. Having my husband's birthday party in a little bit .
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Perhaps we are witnessing the birth of "The Queenanator?" Gotta keep you involved and challenged somehow now that you have apparently achieved your main purpose in life! You know, that "one thing" that Curly talked about in City Slickers?

Funny cause I did feel kind of a 'void'. I suppose my faux wainscoting project upstairs will keep me busy for a little bit, but nothing on the scale of the HT. It is strange having something go from being an 'obsession' for over a year and then to it nearly being done. But remember, I'm also still waiting for the Oppo to be released and then the HT guy can come back and get that HDMI splitter working. Also will likely pick up the Marantz IPOD dock to integrate into the HT as well.
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Now that the whirlwind Mother's Day celebrations have subsided I actually have time to post my equipment closet pic . I'd wish everyone else a Happy Mother's Day but that would only apply to McCall and she doesn't visit . Nonetheless, I hope everyone enjoyed theirs with their respective mamas. Kindly ignore the dangling wire. My HT guy was trying to get radio reception via the antenna and needs to tuck that away on his next visit. Didn't realize my kids' DVDs would take up a whole rack!





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Queen just remember Movies are like the days in your life. It is not how many you see but how many that you can remember.
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That's awesome Queen! I need a little closet like this for my BD's

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