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post #1261 of 1301 Old 05-21-2015, 07:08 AM
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Here's my completed theater (I did all the work except for the carpet). Build thread (if you're interested) is in my signature.

It is a 7.2.4 (Atmos) theater with a 130" wide 2.35 Falcon 4k AT screen.

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........I can safely say its complete
Wall to wall screen fabulous I assume speakers are behind the screen! What are the room dimensions?
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Here's my completed theater (I did all the work except for the carpet). Build thread (if you're interested) is in my signature.
It is a 7.2.4 (Atmos) theater.








Fantastic! An other wall to wall screen love the ATMOS configuration it must sound awesome!

Questions:
1. Room dimension please?
2. What type of speaker are these?
3. How did you mount the on ceiling speakers?
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Worth reading even if it is a reminder for all of us

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1. Room dimension please?
2. What type of speaker are these?
3. How did you mount the on ceiling speakers?
As he said... "Build thread (if you're interested) is in my signature." All answered there.
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WOW!!! Absolutely beautiful!!!!!!!

...finally retired and spending time in my HT!!!

My equipment consists of: Epson 9500 UB Projector(Avical ISFd); 110" 16x9 JKP Affinity Screen; Panny BD30 Player, Tosh HDA1 Player; Definitive Speakers (Center, Towers, Rear); Onkyo 608 A/V Receiver; Nevo Q50 Remote; TWC DVR-HD Cable Box; 5 Bello chairs.
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Fantastic! An other wall to wall screen love the ATMOS configuration it must sound awesome!

Questions:
1. Room dimension please?
2. What type of speaker are these?
3. How did you mount the on ceiling speakers?
Thanks! Yes, after room treatments the atmos speakers sound awesome. I wish every movie had an Atmos track now.

1) Room dimensions (inside drywall) are 13' 10" wide at the wide part. 11'8" wide at the narrow part. 18' 3" from back wall to screen, and 20'9" from back wall to front wall (behind the AT screen)
2) They are all DIYSoundGroup kits that I built. The details are in my build thread but they are:

L/C/R: Tempest 12
Sub (2): Stonehenge Ported Box + 18" UXL subs
Surrounds: Volt 10s
Atmos: Volt 6s

3) They are just surfaced mounted since the entire room is soundproofed and drywall shell. I probably could have made backer boxes and recessed them into the ceiling but I didn't know what speakers I wanted to put in the ceiling when I did drywall.

My Home Theater Build: The Vortex Theater Build
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My theater below.

I used to have a 2.35 setup in my old home with a 144" 2.35 BD screen paired with a JVC HD950 projector. In my new home, I went with a 120" 16:9 BD Zero Edge screen paired with a Sony HW55ES projector and that was great but it lacked the true cinematic movie experience my old home had.

Fast forward to yesterday. I went back to a 2.35 screen, this time a SI Pure white 133" diagonal screen and paired it with the JVC X500R projector. Also had new Jamo THX LCR speakers installed below the screen to compliment existing in ceiling Paradigm AMS 150R-30 surround speakers. I also have an Oppo 103D Blu-Ray player, a Lumagen Radiance Mini 3D, Apple TV, Verizon Fios DVR, Control 4 HC800 and an Onkyo TXNR-636

Very bad pics from an iPhone. Room, picture and audio quality are 100x better in person
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My theater below.

I used to have a 2.35 setup in my old home with a 144" 2.35 BD screen paired with a JVC HD950 projector. In my new home, I went with a 120" 16:9 BD Zero Edge screen paired with a Sony HW55ES projector and that was great but it lacked the true cinematic movie experience my old home had.

Fast forward to yesterday. I went back to a 2.35 screen, this time a SI Pure white 133" diagonal screen and paired it with the JVC X500R projector. Also had new Jamo THX LCR speakers installed below the screen to compliment existing in ceiling Paradigm AMS 150R-30 surround speakers. I also have an Oppo 103D Blu-Ray player, a Lumagen Radiance Mini 3D, Apple TV, Verizon Fios DVR, Control 4 HC800 and an Onkyo TXNR-636

Very bad pics from an iPhone. Room, picture and audio quality are 100x better in person

Is that wallpaper on the screen wall?
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So, not officially finished as I am still waiting for my 4 matching orange surround boxes to go up, but here is a look at what it looks like now



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Front, Centre, Left - SEOS 1099's
Surrounds, Rear Surrounds - JBL ES10's (will be SEOS Volt 10's)
Subs - Dual Dayton Audio 18" Reference Series
Screen - Flacon AT 130" 2:35-1
Projector - JVC RS4910
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Sub Power - Behringer iNuke 6000DSP
Blu Ray - Sony BDPS6200
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What paint have you used on the walls?
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Is that wallpaper on the screen wall?
No it's a simple stencil with silver paint applied to a black paint background
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No it's a simple stencil with silver paint applied to a black paint background
Your theater is very nice apart from that wall. I know everyone is different and you may think otherwise but to me it seems very distracting. I would paint it with flat dark paint if not black.
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Your theater is very nice apart from that wall. I know everyone is different and you may think otherwise but to me it seems very distracting. I would paint it with flat dark paint if not black.
Thanks (I think). The wall is not a distraction at all when the lights are off and we only watch movies in the room with the lights completely off. When the lights are on, its just a nice showcase room. I couldn't go full "Bat cave" due to lack of wife approval factor
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Here is my new 7.2.4 (Atmos) Home Theater :)

-- Room Dimensions: 26' D x 15' W x 10' H --

- Speakers: 3x InWall Gold Triad Speakers for fronts + 4x InWall Triad Silver for surrounds and rear + 4x InCeiling Triad Bronze for Heights
- Subs: 2x InRoom Triad Gold Subwoofers
- Screen: Seymour Center Stage XD Screen 150" + Carada Masking System
- Projector: Sony HW40 (planning to upgrade to 4K in near future)
- Amplifiers: Parasound A31 & 4x A23
- Marantz Processor AV7702
- Blu-ray Player: Oppo 103D
- Darbee Processor
- Media Player: Popcorn Hour A410
- Seating: Elite Home Theater Seating
- All the panels are covered by GoM Fabrics Fr701


- Acoustic Treatments, Baffle Wall & Speakers Placements/Layout -- Designed by Erskine Group

Everything in my HT is controlled via Crestron Control System (using my iPad.)
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-- Room Dimensions: 26' D x 15' W x 10' H --

- Speakers: 3x InWall Gold Triad Speakers for fronts + 4x InWall Triad Silver for surrounds and rear + 4x InCeiling Triad Bronze for Heights
- Subs: 2x InRoom Triad Gold Subwoofers
- Screen: Seymour Center Stage XD Screen 150" + Carada Masking System
- Projector: Sony HW40 (planning to upgrade to 4K in near future)
- Amplifiers: Parasound A21 & 4x A23
- Marantz Processor AV7702
- Blu-ray Player: Oppo 103D
- Darbee Processor
- Media Player: Popcorn Hour A410
- Seating: Elite Home Theater Seating
- All the panels are covered by GoM Fabrics Fr701


- Acoustic Treatments, Baffle Wall & Speakers Placements/Layout -- Designed by Erskine Group

Everything in my HT is controlled via Crestron Control System (using my iPad.)
Awesome HT hendry98 . Do you have a build thread of your HT?
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These rooms keep getting better and better. The bar is getting set out of sight.
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-- Room Dimensions: 26' D x 15' W x 10' H --

- Speakers: 3x InWall Gold Triad Speakers for fronts + 4x InWall Triad Silver for surrounds and rear + 4x InCeiling Triad Bronze for Heights
- Subs: 2x InRoom Triad Gold Subwoofers
- Screen: Seymour Center Stage XD Screen 150" + Carada Masking System
- Projector: Sony HW40 (planning to upgrade to 4K in near future)
- Amplifiers: Parasound A21 & 4x A23
- Marantz Processor AV7702
- Blu-ray Player: Oppo 103D
- Darbee Processor
- Media Player: Popcorn Hour A410
- Seating: Elite Home Theater Seating
- All the panels are covered by GoM Fabrics Fr701


- Acoustic Treatments, Baffle Wall & Speakers Placements/Layout -- Designed by Erskine Group

Everything in my HT is controlled via Crestron Control System (using my iPad.)
Looks Great!

Love all those Parasound amps! With out a doubt, I like my A-31 much better than my Krell Evo 403 and S-1507.....................BTW, Gold Monitors with Silver Monitors or Silver Surrounds?
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Thanks! Yes, after room treatments the atmos speakers sound awesome. I wish every movie had an Atmos track now.

1) Room dimensions (inside drywall) are 13' 10" wide at the wide part. 11'8" wide at the narrow part. 18' 3" from back wall to screen, and 20'9" from back wall to front wall (behind the AT screen)
2) They are all DIYSoundGroup kits that I built. The details are in my build thread but they are:

L/C/R: Tempest 12
Sub (2): Stonehenge Ported Box + 18" UXL subs
Surrounds: Volt 10s
Atmos: Volt 6s

3) They are just surfaced mounted since the entire room is soundproofed and drywall shell. I probably could have made backer boxes and recessed them into the ceiling but I didn't know what speakers I wanted to put in the ceiling when I did drywall.
How do the rear speakers sound so close to the back row? I have the volts 10 too but my back chairs are 12" from the rear wall.
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Thanks! Yes, after room treatments the atmos speakers sound awesome. I wish every movie had an Atmos track now.

1) Room dimensions (inside drywall) are 13' 10" wide at the wide part. 11'8" wide at the narrow part. 18' 3" from back wall to screen, and 20'9" from back wall to front wall (behind the AT screen)
2) They are all DIYSoundGroup kits that I built. The details are in my build thread but they are:

L/C/R: Tempest 12
Sub (2): Stonehenge Ported Box + 18" UXL subs
Surrounds: Volt 10s
Atmos: Volt 6s

3) They are just surfaced mounted since the entire room is soundproofed and drywall shell. I probably could have made backer boxes and recessed them into the ceiling but I didn't know what speakers I wanted to put in the ceiling when I did drywall.
And you almost had me off the Atmos kick. Didn't sound like you were too impressed when first listening to it. So would you do Atmos if you had to do it again.
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How do the rear speakers sound so close to the back row? I have the volts 10 too but my back chairs are 12" from the rear wall.
Not the best, but I had little choice with the size of the rooms. Audiophiles should not sit in the rear row, I have everything dialed in for the front row (mainly the main LP).

As for Atmos, yes I would do it again. If I knew what speakers I was going to use, I would have built backer boxes and recessed them.

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What paint have you used on the walls?
Can't remember the specific colours but I will try to find them. It was definitely Olympic paint and made from one of the colour samples that they have hundreds of...
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Thanks femi,

unfortunately, I don't have a build threat for my HT. I might start one soon to show my build from the start.
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Looks Great!

Love all those Parasound amps! With out a doubt, I like my A-31 much better than my Krell Evo 403 and S-1507.....................BTW, Gold Monitors with Silver Monitors or Silver Surrounds?
Thanks

yeah it was a typo, as i have A-31 not A-21, and I love it my A-31

As for the Gold Monitors with Silver monitors, i have not heard them before, so i cannot comment on that.

But Silver surrounds, they are really amazing speaker, their wide dispersion is awesome.
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Wall to wall screen fabulous I assume speakers are behind the screen! What are the room dimensions?
thanks! yes, speakers are behind the screen! 120" wide (130" diagnol) 2.35 spandex screen

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10'10" wide x 17' long



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yeah it was a typo, as i have A-31 not A-21, and I love it my A-31

As for the Gold Monitors with Silver monitors, i have not heard them before, so i cannot comment on that.

But Silver surrounds, they are really amazing speaker, their wide dispersion is awesome.
Thought you were using Gold Monitors.................so I guess you are using Gold LCR's?
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Thought you were using Gold Monitors.................so I guess you are using Gold LCR's?
Yup, InWall Gold LCR
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And you almost had me off the Atmos kick. Didn't sound like you were too impressed when first listening to it. So would you do Atmos if you had to do it again.
Absolutely. Now that everything is dialed in (acoustic treatments up on the walls, etc) Atmos is really shining and really pulls you in. The only thing I'd do differently is recess the speakers into the ceiling with backer boxes.

I also have a night sky mural on my theater by Jeff. I need to take some decent pics of it.

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Here's my completed theater (I did all the work except for the carpet). Build thread (if you're interested) is in my signature.

It is a 7.2.4 (Atmos) theater with a 130" wide 2.35 Falcon 4k AT screen.

Spoiler!
Spoiler!


Fantastic job....love the color scheme. I will have to spend sometime in your build thread. Thanks for sharing!

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Absolutely. Now that everything is dialed in (acoustic treatments up on the walls, etc) Atmos is really shining and really pulls you in. The only thing I'd do differently is recess the speakers into the ceiling with backer boxes.

I also have a night sky mural on my theater by Jeff. I need to take some decent pics of it.
Cool thanks for the feed back.
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Can't remember the specific colours but I will try to find them. It was definitely Olympic paint and made from one of the colour samples that they have hundreds of...

Please do...love the dark gray on the screen wall and rear wall.

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