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Thanks man. Good to know. Did u use a Bluetooth keyboard or USB keyboard to set it up? Same for mouse? I really think I'm going to copy you and go this route. I wanted to use his app but I'm all mac in my house and didn't want to invest in a windows machine. I never heard of these USB sticks. I'm going to go this route I think too. I have to still get a panel. I need something real slim too so I can build a frame around it too.

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Thanks man. Good to know. Did u use a Bluetooth keyboard or USB keyboard to set it up? Same for mouse? I really think I'm going to copy you and go this route. I wanted to use his app but I'm all mac in my house and didn't want to invest in a windows machine. I never heard of these USB sticks. I'm going to go this route I think too. I have to still get a panel. I need something real slim too so I can build a frame around it too.

Thanks a lot man. Glad u got ur poop situation taken care of!


I happened to have a Logitech mouse and keyboard that I had for the theater. I really liked that LG flat panel. I'm an all Penny at my house, but that LG was cheap and a good picture. Let me know if you have any questions.


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I just checked out the Volt's - love the angled 6's. I think I'm going with just 2 of the 6's, but I'm not sure if I want to go angled ported or the atmos flat pack. Not sure where I would place them if I'm going with just the angled 2 with two rows of seating. I was thinking on the outside edges between the first and second row. Thoughts?
Hi Mark. Man, really sorry about the damage but that's great that it will be better than ever. If your only going to do two atmos speakers, I think I would use the angled enclosures so that the back row has a better chance of benefitting.

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Here's the lastest on the wainscoting. Going well, but still have lots of nails holes to fill and all of the inside picture moulding to complete. I really like to look of the bulkier cap and the smaller inside picture moulding. Nails holes, cleaning, sanding, stain, poly, sanding, poly, sanding, poly..... So much to do!


I also decided to put some vents in the top of the riser. I'm going with a broadband trap with 4x14 vents across the back and 2 on the sides. I hope this makes a difference in taming those DD15's a bit. Can't hurt I imagine....





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Here's a video of the new MoviePoster app and the LG 43" LED panel.








LG Panel: https://www.walmart.com/ip/LG-43LH50...-HDTV/50314333 I got it on sale for $263


Intel Stick: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Runs Window 10


MoviePoster App: http://www.movieposterapp.com/


I'll also have this hooked up to Control4 using a zigbee to IR wireless modules and I've done some creative programming to make sure it comes on when you enter and then when you leave it turns off. It also mutes the trailers when you are watching a movie.
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looking good! that poster app is pretty cool

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O.k major issue - now that I have the wainscoting nearly done and the top cap is on, for some reason I decided th dry fit some of the existing acoustic panels that I had in the room. MAJOR ISSUE!!!! They don't fit. I'm about 2 inches off and that is a result of me changing the top cap from what we originally planned. I totally fogot about this and now I'm in a real pickle, as I have about 14 custom panels that don't fit between the crown and the top of the wainscoting. I bought the panels from bpape at GIK and I'm not sure how I can now trim these down and not make them look awful. I love the rounded edges of the panels and I'm not sure I could ever reproduce the professional quality that GIK provided. ARGH! Any ideas anyone?


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What does the edge look like? I'm sure you can shorten them pretty easily.

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What does the edge look like? I'm sure you can shorten them pretty easily.


The GOM has spray adhesive to the OC703 and peeling it back won't be easy and the edges are all rounded. See picture below.


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The edge is not a problem. The issue will be peeling the fabric back. If that can be done without damaging the fabric, it will be pretty simple. Peel it back. Run it across a table saw to size. Glue a new end on there. Glue the fabric back down. Trim excess. Done. The edge is just a round-over that can be replicated with a router.

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Wainscoting Shots, lobby crown and MoviePoster App

Here are the latest shots from the completed wainscoting and crown in the lobby. Also some shots of the MoviePoster App. Love that thing!


















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Looks really nice. Seems like that app only works if your streaming the movies right? I don't have any movies ripped.

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Looks really nice. Seems like that app only works if your streaming the movies right? I don't have any movies ripped.


Nope, it will show the movies that you are showing in the theater if you are using XBMC, Kodi, etc., but I'm not using that feature. It's merely picking movies from IMDB and showing the poster with a link to the trailers. You can pick ANY movie you want though and add them to the rotation. I added Somewhere in Time (really old movie) for my wife and some ones for the kids. You can also create custom lists. It's quite amazing!
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Nope, it will show the movies that you are showing in the theater if you are using XBMC, Kodi, etc., but I'm not using that feature. It's merely picking movies from IMDB and showing the poster with a link to the trailers. You can pick ANY movie you want though and add them to the rotation. I added Somewhere in Time (really old movie) for my wife and some ones for the kids. You can also create custom lists. It's quite amazing!
oh that's really cool. I'll check it out. I like using physical discs and have some stuff on iTunes so I'm not interested in Kodi or the like.

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Wow! So sorry to hear about the backup! How did it happen so fast if you don't mind reliving it one more time? I own many property buildings for rental units so always like to know things like this as a water heater cost me $15k one time.

But you are most def back at it and doing better than before with HT1.5! Keep it up and keep us posted.
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