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My "Almost" finished room

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Our HT is primarily a 35mm Dolby Digital screening room but also includes an Epson 5010 with an OPPO 103 BD player.
All speakers are JBL Pro Cinema models, audio processing is accomplished by a CP650 Dolby Digital unit and feeds all QSC amps. We screen a lot of 35mm polarized 3D titles so the screen is a Harkness Silver 11X5 foot micro perf. Side masking, lighting, lens changes and curtain roll are all automated and controlled by a Christie CA21 Automation system. The entire "show" is begun either by a timer or via a key FOB which I activate from my seat in the screening room. Everything else happens according to the programming of the CA21.

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The only changes are the screen size and seats.
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Projectors: 35mm Kinoton PK60D/Epson 5010
Processors: Dolby CP-650
Amps: QSC's (3), and EV (1)
Speakers: JBL 3678's L-C-R (3), JBL 4645C's 18" SUBS (2) JBL 8330's SURROUNDS (4)
Screen: Harkness 3D Silver, 11x5 feet, mini-perf
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Dolby Atmos 7.2.4

JVC DLA-X5500WE
Kauber Mperfw 117″
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My Media Room

Ok, here goes. What originally was planned as full on media room with projector morphed a bit into this end result. We eat together as a family and play a lot of video games so wanted something more multi-purpose. Thus the high seat table and move to TV, etc. All I have left is the rack. That is just a bakers rack we had lying around we re-purposed for the time being. Since it's serviceable not rushing into a rack, taking my time to get what I want. Current room has big WAF so that is a plus in my house...Enjoy!
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Just got mine mostly done. Still need to get window and acoustical treatments along with work on the speaker placement but its getting close.
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Completed theater, enjoy
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Epson 6040UB Professionally Calibrated; Screen Innovations 133" 2.35 Cinemascope
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Ok, here goes. What originally was planned as full on media room with projector morphed a bit into this end result. We eat together as a family and play a lot of video games so wanted something more multi-purpose. Thus the high seat table and move to TV, etc. All I have left is the rack. That is just a bakers rack we had lying around we re-purposed for the time being. Since it's serviceable not rushing into a rack, taking my time to get what I want. Current room has big WAF so that is a plus in my house...Enjoy!
Where'd you get the pub height table? I like
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My small theater.
Quick update with my new homemade panels, still need one more, or I will do a new full set for the left side, haven't decided yet, maybe Dark Knight set, or Hubble.
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Completed theater, enjoy
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Incredible Movie Theater you have built! Looks professional and so comfy. Awesome Job LFE!

I am so damn jealous. I need a new House!

The only thing missing is a Bed. Because if that was my Theater, I would sleep there as well
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Since I just made a considerable upgrade to my Living Room Home Theater, I figured I would make a new post with new pictures.

5/20/2017 - Updated with a second FV15HP!

Here is my new finished "Living Room" Home Theater.

Plasma 50" TV: Samsung PN50C8000
Projector: Optoma GT1080
AV Receiver: Marantz SR-6011
Amplifier 1(for Tactiles): iNuke 1000DSP
Amplifier 2(for Top Rears): Audio Source AMP100VS
Mains: B&W 684 S1
Center: B&W CM Center S2
Surrounds: B&W 685 S1
Subwoofer: 2x Rhythmic FV15HP
Tactiles: 4x AuraSound AST-2B-4 (subfloor mounted)
Front Heights: 2x Polk Audio T15
Rear Heights: 2x Polk Audio T15
Top Rears (In Ceiling): 2x Micca M-8C

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Top Rears added 6/23/2017
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5/20/2017 - Updated with a second FV15HP



Here is my new finished "Living Room" Home Theater.



Plasma 50" TV: Samsung PN50C8000

Projector: Optoma GT1080

AV Receiver: Pioneer Elite VSX-44

Mains: B&W 684 S1

Center: B&W CM Center S2

Surrounds: B&W 685 S1

Subwoofer: 2x Rhythmic FV15HP

Heights: 2x Polk Audio T15

Rears: 2x Polk Audio T15



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Does it make a difference when u stack ur subs like that ?


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Majority of the time the answer is not really. Usually you'll just get a +6db of gain. In my case, because of my room, I have a vertical null at 52Hz and stacking actually places the sub in the 1/4 harmonic which fills in that null. You can see in my signature link for my frequency response that I was able to get a reasonably flat bass response by stacking. This is an oddity that worked in my case but wouldn't do the same most of the time.
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Thought you'd get a kick out of the 11 month project at a quick glimpse....Gaudy Retro Theater....More details on my build thread in sig.

March 30, 2015: Beginning pic....A week earlier I had installed the speakers and pulled all cable/wire and did the rack. Room still used as storage.



Sept 3, 2015: Room completed after 5 months of work while simultaneously remodeling the entire kitchen (all while on crutches in a surgical boot). Used only a few times as constant speaker swaps and equipment upgrades were made through Nov 2015.



Nov 23, 2015: Phase 2--Room demolished again after less than 3 months of use, during which time constant rework and mods were being made.



Feb 24, 2016: After 94 days of construction, room is 98% complete with countless upgrades. 20,000Watts 7.2.4 (9.4.6 ready), all matched drivers, 4K(eShift) HDR 130"wide. Bringing the 11 month journey to an end (For now! ) All DIY, no outside help and no contractors. Other than help lifting things occasionally, and the wife helping me with my color-blindness, this was a solo project.
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Awesome renovation! I am impressed and I love the colors. Are your acoustic panels DIY or purchased? I would like to know the type and cloth colors so I can duplicate.

Current Equipment: Datasat LS10 w/ Atmos and DIRAC. Datasat RA7300, Aerial Acoustics LR5's (LCR), Aerial Acoustics LR3's (sides), RBH in-walls (rears), Seaton Submersive, Marantz VP15s1, 123" diag 16:9 Stewart Cima Neve screen, Oppo BDP-103.
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This would probable fit in the "small room" category.
Room Dimensions 13'X16'x8' with a False Wall.
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Room Dimensions 13'X16'x8' with a False Wall.
Classy!

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Room Dimensions 13'X16'x8' with a False Wall.
Looks great! I really like the style of the acoustic panels and the spot lights on them.
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Since I just made a considerable upgrade to my Living Room Home Theater, I figured I would make a new post with new pictures.

6/27/2017 - Updated with new AVR (Marantz SR-6011), Top Rears + External Amp, and moved second sub with Audyssey XT32 EQ.

Here is my new 7.2.4 "Living Room" Home Theater.

7 = Fronts (2x B&W 684 S1), Center (1x B&W CM Center S2), Surrounds (2x B&W 685 S1), Rear Surrounds (2x Polk T15)
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2 = Subwoofers (2x Rythmik FV15HP)
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4 = 2x Front Heights (2x Polk T15), 2 Top Rears (in ceiling 2x Micca M-8C)
Plasma 50" TV: Samsung PN50C8000
Projector: Optoma GT1080
Screen: 120” Elite VMAX2
AV Receiver: Marantz SR-6011
Amplifier 1(for Tactiles): iNuke 1000DSP
Amplifier 2(for Top Rears): Audio Source AMP100VS
Mains: B&W 684 S1
Center: B&W CM Center S2
Surrounds: B&W 685 S1
Subwoofer: 2x Rhythmic FV15HP
Tactiles: 4x AuraSound AST-2B-4 (subfloor mounted)
Front Heights: 2x Polk Audio T15
Rear Heights: 2x Polk Audio T15
Top Rears (In Ceiling): 2x Micca M-8C

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Since I just made a considerable upgrade to my Living Room Home Theater, I figured I would make a new post with new pictures.

6/27/2017 - Updated with new AVR (Marantz SR-6011), Top Rears + External Amp, and moved second sub with Audyssey XT32 EQ.

Here is my new 7.2.4 "Living Room" Home Theater.
A great place for the family to hang out.
Presumptive but I assume you have well behaved children and a very understanding wife.
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A great place for the family to hang out.
Presumptive but I assume you have well behaved children and a very understanding wife.
Mostly true haha. I have 1 almost 2 year old boy who is well behaved (for now - I’ve heard of terrible 2s and 3s). We’ll teach him the speakers are off limits for playing with. My wife is understanding but I would say I’m as equally good as a persuationist and negotiator haha.
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Hi guys
i have found a lot of good ideas here and so, i thought it was my turn to show my favorite room in the house
room is 14x17x8.
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I'm probably breaking the rules... have a few things to wrap up yet

11x20x7'9"

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This is my "completed" home theater. As of right now I am very happy with the equipment I have but limited by the space available in my house. While searching for our next home I will be looking for an area where I can do a custom home theater like the many listed on this forum. Ultimately I would like to integrate Atmos speakers and a projector video system but I don't think it is worth it at this point as this is our first home and it is unlikely that we will be here for more than 5 years. I congratulate everyone on this thread on the hard work they have put in to achieve such nice setups! Let me know what you guys think!

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Surround Processor: McIntosh MX160 (RoomPerfect calibration)
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^^ I apologize for the inverted photos but I have tried to edit them and they won't stay corrected. The photo editor on this website can be frustrating.
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Since I just made a considerable upgrade to my Living Room Home Theater, I figured I would make a new post with new pictures.

5/20/2017 - Updated with a second FV15HP!

Here is my new finished "Living Room" Home Theater.

Plasma 50" TV: Samsung PN50C8000
Projector: Optoma GT1080
AV Receiver: Marantz SR-6011
Amplifier 1(for Tactiles): iNuke 1000DSP
Amplifier 2(for Top Rears): Audio Source AMP100VS
Mains: B&W 684 S1
Center: B&W CM Center S2
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Subwoofer: 2x Rhythmic FV15HP
Tactiles: 4x AuraSound AST-2B-4 (subfloor mounted)
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Rear Heights: 2x Polk Audio T15
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Is that speaker sitting right on top of the Xbox? I'd be concerned about what those vibration might do to the hard drive over time.

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Is that speaker sitting right on top of the Xbox? I'd be concerned about what those vibration might do to the hard drive over time.
Good catch. You have a good eye. I don't think, however, that the speaker or subs can provide enough shock to cause HDD failures over time. Most consumer HDDs are rated pretty high for G-Shock during operation. I think he's lose his hearing and sell the speakers before the HDD received any damage. LOL

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Is that speaker sitting right on top of the Xbox? I'd be concerned about what those vibration might do to the hard drive over time.

Nope the speaker and Xbox are on separate shelves not touching one another.



I also don’t think that If it was touching it would cause an issue. The speaker is a smallish CM Center S2 so it doesn’t have extremely powerful low end drivers.
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Nope the speaker and Xbox are on separate shelves not touching one another.



I also don’t think that If it was touching it would cause an issue. The speaker is a smallish CM Center S2 so it doesn’t have extremely powerful low end drivers.
Yeah, but what about Tigger? I'm pretty sure he's up to no good.
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Yeah, but what about Tigger? I'm pretty sure he's up to no good.

Thinking about actually selling this speaker and upgrading to the CM Center 2 S2. This ones not quite keeping up.
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