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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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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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SI 2.35 5-Series Pure Gray CinemaScope 133"; Epson 6040UB (Professional Calibrated)
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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
LFE,

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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Completed theater, enjoy
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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: Pioneer Elite VSX-44
Amplifier (for Tactiles): iNuke 1000DSP
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)
Heights: 2x Polk Audio T15
Rears: 2x Polk Audio T15

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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: 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, 106" Carada BW 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.
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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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