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post #1471 of 1494 Old 06-30-2016, 04:52 PM
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[QUOTE=ChldsPlay;39030762]Can't believe I never posted my finished theater in here.

Hello, I'm currently finishing up my home theater and really like the two tone panels you did on the walls. Is it acoustic treatment or just for looks? I'd like to possibly replicate something similar and would like to know what material was used.

I'm also curious about your 21:9 to 16:9 conversion I saw in your pictures. It looked like you used a separate screen for 16:9 content?
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There are acoustic treaments underneath, but they are separate from the fabric panels. The fabric panel frames are made with pine, I think, and the blue and grey fabric are GOM Anchorage (Cobalt & Graphite colors). The black fabric is GOM Sensa fabric that matches the Anchorage look, but is thinner for placement in front of speakers

It's just one screen that has masking panels that attach (magnets) for 16:9 content.
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Great job AXLCMT! Obviously all of your research and hard work paid off! Love all the details like your stage area wrap around and lighting.

Very nice!
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Great job AXLCMT! Obviously all of your research and hard work paid off! Love all the details like your stage area wrap around and lighting.

Very nice!
Thank you TKNice for the compliments!
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Great job AXLCMT! Obviously all of your research and hard work paid off! Love all the details like your stage area wrap around and lighting.

Very nice!
Noob here and been browsing through different build threads to get inspiration for my dream HT. It's always amazing to see the finished product. Nice work AXLCMT !
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Thank you TKNice for the compliments!
Hey AXLCMT, I noticed you have a movie poster display. Here are a bunch of dropbox links with many of my posters. Just thought you may want to grab em.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...ps/Posters.zip (426 Posters)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...ips/Images.zip (119 Posters)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...%20posters.zip (79 Posters)
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http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post.../Paintings.zip (15 Posters)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...s/Football.zip (86 Posters)

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It's been a little over a year since I completed my theater build & finally found the time to get some feedback & answer any questions about this project. Really happy with the look & performance of this room & love spending time with the ATMOS effects & watching concerts. Comments, criticisms, questions - would be happy to answer.
I was planning on a 7/1 system & before we got to the drywall, I discovered ATMOS & originally ran the additional speaker wires to the ceiling locations & shortly thereafter talked myself into doing it. This room is set up for a 7/2/4 ATMOS audio (13 SPEAKERS INCLUDING THE SUBS), my son talked me into the second sub (expensive, but I'm glad we did it!)

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1 - RP-450C
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Hey AXLCMT, I noticed you have a movie poster display. Here are a bunch of dropbox links with many of my posters. Just thought you may want to grab em.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...ps/Posters.zip (426 Posters)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...ips/Images.zip (119 Posters)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...%20posters.zip (79 Posters)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...Zips/Space.zip (46 Posters)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...ps/Theater.zip (75 Posters)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post.../Paintings.zip (15 Posters)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2416987/Post...s/Football.zip (86 Posters)

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Wow. Thanks TKNice!! That was very cool of you to share! God bless.
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Other than a couple speaker upgrades (heights and rears) - here is my new finished "Living Room" Home Theater.

AV Receiver: Pioneer Elite VSX-44
Mains: B&W 684 S1
Center: CM Center S2
Subwoofer: Rhythmic FV15HP
Surrounds: B&W 685 S1
Heights: Polk Audio T15 (Upgrading Pending)
Rears: NS-AP2800S - Surrounds from Yamaha HTIB (Upgrading Pending)

Edit 8/24/16: Updated to show the FV15HP which replaced the LV12R
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Cool! Congrats. Must have been a nice day or two of sweat running those surround and height wires...


Luckily my father-in-law is an electrician......and taught me a few things along the way! Haha - was fun setting it all up. Next on my list is to replace the heights and rears with B&W 686 S2s, then get an 11.2+ Atmos receiver, then another Rythmik LV12R Sub, Then 4 in ceiling speakers. The journey never ends which I know you know! Excited to see how your new setup turns out!

My Current "Living Room" Home Theater!
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Given the purchase you just made from "Thrang", you did quite the upgrade!! Congrats!!
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Given the purchase you just made from "Thrang", you did quite the upgrade!! Congrats!!
That was erniethebarkingcat, not citsur86

Though if he'd like my 803's and Fathom 113 subs, I still have them and reside in NJ as well!
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New photo taken with a wide angle lens.

I LOVE that crisp, clean, uncluttered look. While I am more than satisfied with the sound in my room, the room looks and feels more like a recording studio. I am strongly considering covering every bit of my current treatment to create a look similar to yours or that of Peter M.

Great job!!
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Excited to share my completed theater/game room...!
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I should have never browsed this thread. Some of these theater rooms are unbelievable. Even the "family room" pics make me green with envy.

My very modest attempt at a dedicated movie room needs a lot of work. Darker paint and acoustic treatments are in order. Changing the orientation and adding theater seating is something I'd love to complete. I'm most proud of my DIY custom media console with lots of room for amp upgrades/additions, media server, etc.

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you did a great job, looks great much better then my room.
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1.5yrs ago, I had Klipsch RF-83 & RC-64 speakers and a Klipsch RSW-15 sub up front (skinny speakers shown below) hidden behind my false wall. Out of curiosity, I purchased a pair of 1980 Klipsch LaScala speakers and they blew me away so I sold the RF-83 / RC-64 and purchased a third Klipsch LaScala. Since the new speakers would not fit behind my current false wall, a friend of mine began building my new front wall. Since we were upgrading the new front wall, might as well increase the 103" Elite Screen to a 150" Seymour Center Stage XD Acoustic Transparent Screen. Shortly after he began, he had 3 strokes. Fast forward 1.5yrs later....he was finally able to complete the new front cabinet!




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The Screen can be easily raised by pulling on a latch (similar to a hood release on a vehicle) and supported by gas shocks. As you can see, in 1.5yrs I purchased 3 more Klipsch RSW-15 subs.

We added one LED strip and 3 Outdoor Flood Lights behind the screen that allows me to "Reveal" the speakers without lifting the screen.







The cabinet is 100% Custom and has some hand carved elements (medallions and leafs at the top)










One of my favorite features of the new cabinet is the bottom middle section is supported by 300lb Sliding Rails that allows me to easily climb behind my equipment to change out components.



Here is shot of the "Reveal" Lighting. 3 Outdoor Lighting firing down on the speakers and a blue LED Strip along the bottom angled upwards towards the speakers.




Finally, here is a Video Tour on Youtube of the room.


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1.5yrs ago, I had Klipsch RF-83 & RC-64 speakers and a Klipsch RSW-15 sub up front (skinny speakers shown below) hidden behind my false wall. Out of curiosity, I purchased a pair of 1980 Klipsch LaScala speakers and they blew me away so I sold the RF-83 / RC-64 and purchased a third Klipsch LaScala. Since the new speakers would not fit behind my current false wall, a friend of mine began building my new front wall. Shortly after he began, he had 3 strokes. Fast forward 1.5yrs later....he was finally able to complete the new front cabinet!
Wow... amazing front wall upgrade!!!
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Thanks Kevin. It definitely was a MASSIVE upgrade in so many ways. Sound, visual appeal, quality of wood, functionality not to mention going from 103" Non-Acoustic Transparent Screen to 150" Acoustic Transparent Screen.
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Excited to share my completed theater/game room...!
goodbarO, "Excited to share my completed theater/game room.."

I really like the clean & sharp look of your room. Good job !

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Updated with the FV15HP which replaced the LV12R!

Other than a couple speaker upgrades (rears) - here is my new finished "Living Room" Home Theater.

AV Receiver: Pioneer Elite VSX-44
Mains: B&W 684 S1
Center: CM Center S2
Subwoofer: Rhythmic FV15HP
Surrounds: B&W 685 S1
Heights: Polk Audio T15
Rears: NS-AP2800S - Surrounds from Yamaha HTIB (Upgrading Pending)

My Current "Living Room" Home Theater!
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Pioneer Elite VSX-44 AVR, MiniDSP 2x4 HD DAP, Rythmik FV15HP SW, B&W 684 Mains, B&W 685 Surrounds, B&W CM Center, Polk T15 Heights, Yamaha NS-AP2800S Rears
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