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I highly recommend some of the ideas in this book -

http://www.amazon.com/Becoming-Baby-.../dp/0971453209

I have 13 year old triplets (born in K-Zoo, MI) who were sleeping through the night in about 3 weeks. Sleeping through the night defined as at least midnight to 8am. One of the nurses at Bronson hospital with twins recommended it and it worked like a charm. Couldn't have survived without it.

I was going to say the same thing, but thought I might be over stepping my bounds (you know, trying to tell you how to be a parent). We used the methods here for both our kids. Both of them were at 4 feedings a day and sleeping through the night (8pm-7am) at 8 weeks.

The book mentions this, but it is never too late to start!

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345AM and I heard the wife get up. Sooo I got up with the little chipper and sent the wife back to bed. Good feeding, good burps, and kept her awake for about an hour. Now 445 and sleeping soundly. Now I know you don't normally keep them awake at night but just wanted to get a good start to today.

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Did I mention the poopy diaper...

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Rich? You obviously haven't met my wife...

Ok, they are ordered. Now I am going back to bed.

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Ok the sconces are ordered, now I need to figure out what to do with my can lights.

I have 3 over the soon to be screen



and three over the third row bar





Now for some unknown reason, I installed the far less common 5" cans instead of 4" or 6" and now need to find some trims for them.

Now I know there are quite a few options but I want to work with the cans I have and not switch out for halogens or anything. I assume I will not find what I need in a darker color so I will need to paint.

Eyeball... Recessed eyeball??? If eyeball how do you paint the side of the eyeball. I searched and found where people are spraying the trims pretty easy but not sure about the side of the eyeball itself.

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Staffy,

For goodness sakes, man, would you please stop wandering off topic here with all that dribble about risers and HT construction, and get back to the main topic of baby feeding and sleeping?! Focus, man - FOCUS!! And while you're at it don't forget to keep us tuned in to the critical related topic of the evolving color and consistency of baby staffy's poop! Inquiring minds want to know ...

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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Yea... Staffy?????????

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Ok so feeling a little better from this killer cold so I thought I would tackle the weight machine.

Before...



After...



Why, why, why, can't companies write proper assembly instructions? These weren't horrible but still only a 6 or so on a scale of 10. Parts weren't labeled, inadequate pictures, run assembly instruction steps into a paragraph rather than a list...

Oh well. It is together now and it is NEVER coming out of that room!!! Now maybe I can get back to the important room.

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Ok, back to theater stuff.

Epson Pro 1080UB...

Auto Iris noise...

My rear in-ceiling speakers flank the cubbie in the soffit for my projector. I have been hearing some wierd noise and I wasn't sure what it was. I unplugged my rear speakers and I still heard the noise so then I turned off the auto iris on the projector and the noise is gone...

ERrrrrrr.

I have been searching in the projector threads (between action in the hockey game) for over 2 hours. The "official pro 1080UB" thread is over 1500 posts long so I am not reading all that tonight...

I know I will lose contrast without the auto iris but at this point the picture still looks good (although only watching the hockey game) and the crazy noise is gone. The low constant noise of the fan is one thing but the sporatic noise of the stupid iris is driving me nuts...

P.S. The Wings just kicked a little Shark butt!!!

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ummm....you know that part about "can be rrevoked at anytime?"

You were REALLY close for a while there.

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Yeah, I would revoke him for being a wings fan too!!!

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Ok, back to theater stuff.


P.S. The Wings just kicked a little Shark butt!!!



Great game by the boys! I love seeing The wings tie guys in knots.

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Delivery... t'ime to cover up a few loose ends.



I will have to paint them come spring but I installed the switch cover for now just to cover the crazy things up.

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Let there be light.

My sconces finally came in. Plan to paint them come spring if I can come up with a color I like but the white doesn't look all that bad.

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Bathroom time.

Ran to the flooring store today. Picked up some vinyl for the flooring. Just put down two skim coats of leveler.



I am on baby patrol tomorrow as the wife and older daughter heading out of town for a dance competition but maybe I can get some more done Sunday.

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Delivery... t'ime to cover up a few loose ends.



I will have to paint them come spring but I installed the switch cover for now just to cover the crazy things up.

Were these plastic or metal? Looks good man!

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Were these plastic or metal?

Metal. Again, I will need to paint but I just wanted to cover the dimmers in the theater. Sick of looking at them. We have had some people over from time to time and I also am getting tired of having to warn everyone not to touch any switches for fear of electrocution....

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Where you get em at? And what was your reason for not going with plastic? (Just curious)

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Where you get em at? And what was your reason for not going with plastic? (Just curious)

Kyledesigns.com

It was literally the first web site I found and I wanted to get them ordered pronto.

Didn't know they were metal till they came in the mail...

Not a lot of thought on this purchase. More of a impulse purchase...

Son of a #^%@^$ I am sick or looking at those bare switches...

click

Add to cart

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Screen Wall... Decision time...

Time to start making the decisions I have been putting off. Carpet is the main one but I will do that later...

Screen Wall. Pretty much a blank canvas right now.





Facts:

Just under 13' wide.

7'9 1/2" to bottom of sofit.

Behind the 2x4 insulated wall is 1.5 inch polystyrene glued to the concrete foundation wall.

Stage it not yet filled so it can be moved.

To summarize my taste: Less is more. Clean with not too much going on. Symmetry is VERY important (thus my issues with the crazy pocket door).

Viewing distance: 12'6" front row, 19' back row

I will have a fixed screen. I have been playing with every size and ratio from 106" 1.78 to 127ish 2.4. I know many would chime in with the wider screen and go constant height but the tall left and right come into play.

Pocket Door to left does not need to be used as I have access via the back of the room but i do not want to drywall over. I am not against completely covering (curtain, panel of some sort) but I am not dry walling over... I should have... but that ship has sailed...

The room has no acoustic plan or treatments at this point. The bedrooms are 2 floors away so I only have single layer drywall (is that a dirty word in this forum?) and insulation. I am NOT worried a about sound transmission into other rooms of the house.

I AM worried about four things

1. The acoustics of the room
2. Size of the screen
3. It functionality (speaker placement given I already have my speakers and I am NOT putting in a false wall (another ship that has sailed)) Height of speakers (see photo) may limit screen width unless I cram the speakers in the corners
4. And of course how it looks

I have spent a good portion of the last two days searching the forum and looking at screen walls.

I am totally clueless on the GOM though I have read x billions posts (ok, maybe not that many). There is a air stapler on add this week at Menards...

When I first started this project I planned to have fixed curtains to give the "theater" feel, but I see very few do this and when I do see them, they are not always my favorite walls.

Any and all thoughts/links would be appreciated.

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Wow! Looking good. That stage is work of art. Love the curves. How hard is it to come into the room via the door with the stage there?

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Wow! Looking good. That stage is work of art. Love the curves. How hard is it to come into the room via the door with the stage there?

Thanks Eric.

The first post in this thread has my floor plan. You will notice I have a large entry to my theater from my game room. I have purposely left the pocket door closed with no handle hardware on it so the wife gets used to walking around. She doesn't know yet that this door will be covered and not used when all is done. By then she will be used to it and not complain...

Oh, who am I kidding... I am just putting the complaining off.

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I think the door kills the AT screen + false wall idea for me. It would be too shallow to really help (or fit the towers behind).

I'd probably try to squeeze as big of a fixed frame 16:9 screen as I could between the towers. If you could go in-wall on the speakers, I'd go 2.4 acoustically transparent at about an 11-12' width, but I'm guessing that is not an option.
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yea, changing speakers not an option at this point.

Ok, option one.

Full Panels on either side. One to cover the door, and one on the other side to match.



Option 2... and I dread the extra work

build a false wall that is only 6-12" deep that angles out at the side so I can get the left and right behind it. Center and Sub would stay out front.

Stage could be pushed out from the wall



I don't like the idea of a full false wall any deeper as I don't want to shorten the viewing distances. (12'6" and 19" right now.) And the soffit above with lights is already in place

Other options to follow as I think of them...

Someone please shoot me before I end up drywalling over that door...

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I'm just in the waaay beginning stages, but I have the exact same issue with where I (hope to) enter my theater... immediately to the left of the left front speaker, next to the stage.

I want to use an AT screen and a stage, so I'm curious what you end up deciding.

Between your two options shown here, I prefer option one just because I'd want all the LCR speakers either in front of the screen or behind, not mixed. But hey, it's your room... you gotta love it. I plan on trying to remember that as I cull through all the opinions on here!



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Hey man, your not gonna like my suggestion >_<<br />
I vote for drywalling over the door... see I told you. I had the same dilema though it was before building out the walls. My initial desire was to have a door at the bottom of the steps to the left to enter into the HT, I was trying to think of every possible way to do it, though it was hamppering my seating arrangement and/or screen wall. Well, finally my buddy came over and he suggested that I just cover it up and simply enter the other way. At first I thought no but the more I thought about it the more the more sense it made.

Your already used to and would prefer not to use that door regularly anyways and with the plans your propsing now, you would be putting a cover over it anyhow. Then you would be able to pull the stage foward to build your false wall and place your L & R speakers behind it. You could also build out the lower part of your false wall so like mnhookie so you can place your center & sub behind that also. All the speakers behind would make for a cleaner look. If not all out like your first rendering.
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I'm with Oman. That door is really in an inopportune spot. My door is not in a great location, but it's right on the front wall, and I was able to offset the entire room to make it work. And even with this I still have a floor-standing speaker right in the entrance. I wonder how long it'll be before someone knocks it over...

Where your door is, you are just cruising for pain and suffering over the long term. Someone's going to trip over the stage at some point, and the false wall to cover the door will end up never being placed there because you will be in and out of the room enough that you will get lazy and stop covering it up. Then you'll spend more time looking at the door than the screen saying to yourself "I should have moved it, dammit!"

Move the door. You will be much happier with the long term outcome.
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You could also build out the lower part of your false wall so like mnhookie so you can place your center & sub behind that also.

Duh!!! I don't know how many screen walls I have seen with the lower part of the wall bumped out and yet I didn't think of that yesterday...

I don't think I need another drawing. That is pretty straight forward. One thought is that my three in ceiling cans will shine down on the bottom bump out but I don't think that would be an issue. I could put in directional lights and shine them on the screen as wall washers (or screen washers in this case).

I can't believe how much time I spent changing this...



to this...



Not to mention the solid... heavy... Oak veneered door... Hey wait... Isn't there someone out there with the need for a solid... heavy... Oak veneered door... that bought a lightweight... trailer park door... that they spent lots of time making modification to that cost like $24??? I think his hardware would even hold this solid... heavy... Oak veneered door...

Anyway, enough on that.

If I left the door in place but covered with a false wall, the door would actually give me access to behind the wall. Obviously sound containment would be better with the drywall.

I think this whole thing could easily be considered two steps back... I am going to have to marinate on this one for a bit. Call out the Captain and let the marinating begin.

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I SWEAR I WILL PISS IN YOUR CAPTAIN AND COKE... MY DOORS ROCK HARD LIKE YOUR SISTER'S DATE'S VAN ON PROM NIGHT.



BEEEEOTCH!



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