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Join Date: Jul 2000
Location: Northern Colorado
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Superb!! The only thing I could think to suggest is to take the first part of the room, between the screen and the first columns, and put black GoM over your acoustic treatment (the walls) and paint that section of the ceiling flat-ish black. This, in effect, would create a really nice shadow box effect so you don't get any light spray and other PQ issues from the light colored walls immediately surrounding the screen. It would make the image basically float in an inky blackness.
I don't think it would fudge up the beauty of the room and it would really improve your perceived contrast ratio, etc. You spent all that money on the equipment, so why not get the best visual quality possible?
Other than that suggestion, that's a very amazing house system you have there! Wow!
Listen up, studios! Just say "NO" to DNR and EE!!