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post #541 of 1301 Old 01-11-2012, 02:01 PM
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Current setup (content streamed from 12TB+ WHS):

Epson Powerlite Home Cinema 1080p
Custom 105'' 16:9 Ratio Fixed Screen
Onkyo TX-SR605 Receiver
Polk Monitor 70 Series II Front Channels
Polk CS2 Series II Center Channel
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And the next project is when I move into my new house.. triple HTPC rackmount setup with a completely new theater build with CableCard integration:

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Looks great!
I see you have the interior express chairs - how do you like them?

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Looks great!
I see you have the interior express chairs - how do you like them?

Thanks. =) For the money, they have exceeded my expectations. But keep in mind they aren't super high quality. I have been using them for a little over 2.5 years and they haven't had any problems besides one of my friends busted a thigh support when he went to push down the recliner. It is a very easy fix and instead of the cheap particle board they used I'm probably going to replace it with some pine or something. They are pretty comfortable chairs though.
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Since I got around to documenting my build in a thread, it's time to put the photos here, too. This thread has been really useful for ideas (better than the CEDIA awards book, IMO!).







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Some of the theaters here are unreal.
Great job everyone
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Love all the wood and the coffered ceiling.

how high is the ceiling?
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Some of the theaters here are unreal.
Great job everyone

Thanks...and I agree, I see some mouth watering stuff elsewhere that always inspires me.

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Love all the wood and the coffered ceiling.

how high is the ceiling?

I'm very glad you like it, as you'll see in the post I just added to my thread, I have your theater to thank for the whole "look"! So a double thank you!

Ceiling is 10' in the front of the room, with the trays raised 1' above that from the soffit.

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I'm very glad you like it, as you'll see in the post I just added to my thread, I have your theater to thank for the whole "look"! So a double thank you!

Ceiling is 10' in the front of the room, with the trays raised 1' above that from the soffit.

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Great looking theater Jeff. Love all of the detail and woodwork. The lighting is spectacular! I really dig it all.

Great Job!

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Finally have some semi decent photos so I get to play in this thread! I'm still working on the theater entrance.











The starting point (a distant memory):


See my sig for build thread.
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I remember these early photos!
Also - in one of those photos, am I seeing two SONOS units in the same location..?

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Finally have some semi decent photos so I get to play in this thread! I'm still working on the theater entrance.

The starting point (a distant memory):

Fantastic theater. These early pictures though, not sure if I have seen a more dramatic shot that illustrates the ingenuity and sickness that prevails here.

Well done.

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Fantastic theater. These early pictures though, not sure if I have seen a more dramatic shot that illustrates the ingenuity and sickness that prevails here.

Indeed a sickness... but at least I'm in the company of fellow addicts.

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I LOVE this media shelf! Well done!
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Dang it, every time this thread pops up it's another hour spent browsing through (again and again and again).

Some insanely amazing HT's in this thread!

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Fantastic theater. These early pictures though, not sure if I have seen a more dramatic shot that illustrates the ingenuity and sickness that prevails here.

Well done.

Have to totally agree with that statement. Any one that is willing to dig under their existing house to create a space out of the earth is one hard core HT enthusiast! It almost looks like they are rebuilding the twin towers in that construction photo. Massively impressive! Nice Job!
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My theater, just completed around the new year.

Before


After


Walls are a dark brown, but the flash lightened them up in this photo. Front wall and ceiling are black. Carpet is black. Chairs are Roman's models, the Escapes (front) and the Lagoons (back).

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Claytonian,
Looking Good - VERY CLEAN - nice job!

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I LOVE this media shelf! Well done!

Thanks! It turned out well, and was really simple. (though I didn't do the woodwork myself) Just a simple bookshelf box with some trim, glass shelves and an under-cabinet light at the top.

The light shining down through the BD cases and the glass worked out well...

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My theater, just completed around the new year.

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Walls are a dark brown, but the flash lightened them up in this photo. Front wall and ceiling are black. Carpet is black. Chairs are Roman's models, the Escapes (front) and the Lagoons (back).

Nice! I'm SO glad to see another room with an off-center screen!
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Nice! I'm SO glad to see another room with an off-center screen!

Yes, that was a last minute change. The screen was going to be centered, but it was just too low for the back row because of the soffit. I happy with it being off-center, but I planned all the front conduit runs and speaker wire outlets centered. But with the speaker placement and the media shelf, the only one you can see is the center channel wall plate below and to the right of the center speaker. But it's inconspicuous, so I'm happy.
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Yes, that was a last minute change. The screen was going to be centered, but it was just too low for the back row because of the soffit. I happy with it being off-center, but I planned all the front conduit runs and speaker wire outlets centered. But with the speaker placement and the media shelf, the only one you can see is the center channel wall plate below and to the right of the center speaker. But it's inconspicuous, so I'm happy.

That's good to hear because I have been worried about my own. I'm hoping that somehow it will be beneficial for the sound (room modes and such) but I'm overwhelmingly ignorant of the subtleties of that.
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That's good to hear because I have been worried about my own. I'm hoping that somehow it will be beneficial for the sound (room modes and such) but I'm overwhelmingly ignorant of the subtleties of that.

I looked at your build thread and I'll think you'll be just fine. Looks great.
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Nice! I'm SO glad to see another room with an off-center screen!

My OCD would not allow an off center screen. Just could NOT happen.
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Named after one of my favorite movie characters.

Just took an existing room and some existing equipment and added it to a new projector and screen.

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I know this thread is for you guys to show your beautiful theaters and I don't mean to intrude but one concern I have (I'm trying to make my own theater as well) is if you have an AT screen which I'm probably going to get, if your receiver is in the back of the screen connected to the speakers and if your bluray player and other devices are connected to the receiver how do you connect it to the projector or does it even work that way? It'd be awesome if someone can break that for me on what you guys did.
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I know this thread is for you guys to show your beautiful theaters and I don't mean to intrude but one concern I have (I'm trying to make my own theater as well) is if you have an AT screen which I'm probably going to get, if your receiver is in the back of the screen connected to the speakers and if your bluray player and other devices are connected to the receiver how do you connect it to the projector or does it even work that way? It'd be awesome if someone can break that for me on what you guys did.

Usually the only thing behind the screen is speakers, with wires run elsewhere to an equipment rack. The equipment could be in the front of the room under the screen, or somewhere else. Projector is run from the equipment location.

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Usually the only thing behind the screen is speakers, with wires run elsewhere to an equipment rack. The equipment could be in the front of the room under the screen, or somewhere else. Projector is run from the equipment location.

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I gotcha, and do the speakers come with wires long enough? THe thing is my basement is kind of like done so now the problem is trying to connect everything.
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Lots of creative ways to hide wiring....add a soffit, or crown, or any other molding.

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I gotcha, and do the speakers come with wires long enough? THe thing is my basement is kind of like done so now the problem is trying to connect everything.



HTIB (home theater in a box) comes with speaker wire. However, those are usually not recommended for optimal audio reproduction. If you buy independent speakers, you will have to purchase speaker wire separately from a store such as monoprice.com. Furthermore, you will most likely need wire that is approved to make in wall runs which monoprice carries. hope this helps and good luck!
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