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Quick update since I didn't do much! I filled in any low spots on the concrete floor under where the dead vent will be with hydraulic cement. Just waiting for it to dry so I can Drylok it.

I also built a door with two pieces of 3/4" ply and GG between them. If I go with a single door, I'll be adding a layer of MDF to it. If I use two communicating doors, I'll leave it as is.

Also, I have a couple pics of the family here: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...4#post21176264

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Andreas, I just went through your thread more thoroughly than I ever had before. I've been missing out on alot of fun! Looking forward to the rest of your build, and thanks for sharing some of your other interests as well.

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Andreas, I just went through your thread more thoroughly than I ever had before. I've been missing out on alot of fun! Looking forward to the rest of your build, and thanks for sharing some of your other interests as well.


Welcome even if your late to the party. Oh, it's not my thread so I guess I should not "officially" welcome you. I have been watching with interest on the sub build, even if he has not updated THAT thread forever.

It is really nice to follow along on the different build threads where the OP is in a stage of life that you have been through so you enjoy their lives and get to go down your own memory lane again. I remember that stage of my life with the little one's. Now my oldest is about two weeks away from getting his license and driving on his own. Time goes very fast.

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Tony, glad you are enjoying the thread. I'm hoping to keep it going and finish the HT in a few months. I figure I'll be saying that for at least a year! I have way too many hobbies, but they come in handy sometimes.

RTROSE: Well, I am in the process of building the rotary chamber, so that is SOMETHING. I'm still waiting for the concrete on the floor to dry before putting on Drylok.

I am trying to chisel out pockets for the door hinges, but it keeps waking the baby....and I can't do it when she is awake because she is a maniac.

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Nice built thread, might I suggest one of the following for your rotory sub :P

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Oh man. Talk about another expensive hobby, RC. Burned a lot of cash doing that too. Fun stuff though.

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I have a friend that is really into RC helis, is a machinist/inventor and has given me some advice on the rotary. I showed him the rotary so far and he was like "WHOA". My rotary is quite a bit beefier than any RC heli. I know Thigpen is also an RC heli guy and that is how he got the idea. His first prototype was with RC heli parts!

The little one and I were at the mall today and she was so interested in the little RC helis they were flying. I couldn't get her away. I told my wife she wanted one for Xmas.

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Nice built thread, might I suggest one of the following for your rotory sub :P


I've got a 550efbl that I am scared to hover lol. Have many hours on smaller helis and sim but still not ready for it.
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I have a friend that is really into RC helis, is a machinist/inventor and has given me some advice on the rotary. I showed him the rotary so far and he was like "WHOA". My rotary is quite a bit beefier than any RC heli. I know Thigpen is also an RC heli guy and that is how he got the idea. His first prototype was with RC heli parts!

The little one and I were at the mall today and she was so interested in the little RC helis they were flying. I couldn't get her away. I told my wife she wanted one for Xmas.


I see a RC heli in your future my friend. Can't so much now as the kids are older, but I "used" them to get cool toys for Christmas and B-day's as I would say can you imagine how much fun I could have with the kids if they had that?

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RT, I plan on doing just that since I'm a kid at heart. I don't know about the RC heli for this year. She won't even be 1 this Xmas. I recently found some videos on Youtube about marble machines, including this really impressive one:

In a couple+ years maybe we'll tackle one together, but not as complicated as the one linked to. We'll see if she has any interest when the time comes. I can think of a few other projects that might be fun.

In other HT news, I finished the hydraulic cement on the floor and now have the first layer of drylok down under where the rotary's dead vent will be built.

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Wow, NO marble machine fans out there?!? Ha ha ha.

I guess I can only distract with other topics for so long. I put the second coat of Drylok on just now. I can start on the actual dead vent now, although not sure when since the baby wakes up when I start using the miter saw. I'll figure out something!

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That marble machine is awesome. That guy has some mad skills.

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Wow, NO marble machine fans out there?!? Ha ha ha.

I guess I can only distract with other topics for so long. I put the second coat of Drylok on just now. I can start on the actual dead vent now, although not sure when since the baby wakes up when I start using the miter saw. I'll figure out something!

Haven't had a chance to watch the vid because I'm at work.

Look forward to seeing pics of the build. Hope the family is doing well!

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That marble machine is awesome. That guy has some mad skills.

YES! A fellow marble machine fan.

Matt, I'll have pics soon, but not before....or something like that. Fam is doing well!

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That marble machine is great. I went through a phase where I experimented with building one but lost interest. I did a few of the the commercially produced "Chaos World of Motion" rolling ball sets and the kids and I had lots of fun with that.


Very anxious to see how this rotary is going to work out.
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Yup,

That marble machine is very cool, but not as cool as a rotary sub would be if it was done. DOH!

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Yup,

That marble machine is very cool, but not as cool as a rotary sub would be if it was done. DOH!

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Good news: I'll be working on the basement this weekend starting Saturday. My wife is taking the midget to the in-laws. I can start the HUGE marble machine in the basement!!

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Call me a home theater purist, but I think the reflection off the marbles might be distracting during the movie? Maybe paint them Mouse Ears black, and you'd be golden

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Good news: I'll be working on the basement this weekend starting Saturday. My wife is taking the midget to the in-laws. I can start the HUGE marble machine in the basement!!

Good that you will have some "quality time" in the basement to get some things done. We will be expecting some progress photos after the weekend.

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Call me a home theater purist, but I think the reflection off the marbles might be distracting during the movie? Maybe paint them Mouse Ears black, and you'd be golden


Ok,

Your a home theater purist. I'll agree though that reflections can be distracting, so the suggestion of mouse ears black is a good one.

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Now we are talking...I love the suggestions from the "hard core" theater dudes. I still have some of the Rosco Supersaturated Velour Black left so I can use that. I think it might be better than that Mickey Mouse paint anyway.

I just need some suggestions to keep the marbles from vibrating and making noise when I fire up the rotary sub....?

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Now we are talking...I love the suggestions from the "hard core" theater dudes. I still have some of the Rosco Supersaturated Velour Black left so I can use that. I think it might be better than that Mickey Mouse paint anyway.

I just need some suggestions to keep the marbles from vibrating and making noise when I fire up the rotary sub....?


Felt? Marble condoms? Black candle wax?

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At the rate that sub build is going, I wouldnt worry too much.

Sorry, couldn't resist!

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At the rate that sub build is going, I wouldnt worry too much.

Sorry, couldn't resist!

Hahahahaha

I've started my own 5-7hz horn build. At this rate I'm on pace to beat ya!

Felt should work for the marble vibration. But just keep in mind that the whole structure might shake itself apart with the output the rotary will have below 15 hz.

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Oh man, I am SLOW. Matt, you probably will beat me. Ben is getting closer to my stage of the build too.

I did do some work on the theater this weekend. My wife was supposed to be out of town with the baby so I could do a lot of work, but that didn't happen. Still, I framed out the dead vent and did a few little things.



I have been agonizing over a PJ upgrade. I was looking at the 5010, but then Art's review came out showing a much lower best mode brightness than the 3010. I measured my setup and I am only currently at 4 (!) foot lamberts! I guess having a "batcave" allows you to get away with that. Mind you, just one or two days ago the light output fell noticeably while I was watching it. I'm at 2000 hours on this bulb. So, I have 175 lumens right now....and it is still watchable. I would rather have twice that for a more ideal setup which should be no problem with the 680 lumens of the Epson 5010 in best mode. So, maybe I will go with the Epson so I can get decent 3D instead of going for a slightly better 2D image with the JVC RS45 and not so good 3D...?

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Moving slowly....

I put 6" of fiberglass on the inside of the framing and will next be putting on drywall. I also have the foam mats on the floor of the dead vent to help prevent condensation into the FG. Hopefully with air movement through the vent it won't be an issue.

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That is interesting news about the 5010, I have not read Art's full review yet. I'm still thinking about getting a heavily discounted 8700UB as I'm not a big fan of 3D. Still not "main stream" enough for me yet.

I would not think condensation would be a problem in your dead vent as you are going to be moving lots of air through there. The foam is a great idea, but if there is moisture issues then that would be a hot bed for mold. Just a thought. If you don't currently have moisture issues, then I see no reason for them to start.

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I've been waffling on the PJ. I was thinking of getting an 8700 plus maybe a cheap 3D PJ (Newegg has that Acer for $420 today)...but placement is difficult with a DLP and they are shorter throw. You never know...3D may be mainstream enough for you in a year. I think it will give my HT experience that wow factor. I really can't wait! I'm hoping the 5010 will get a rebate or extra bulb for the holidays or shortly afterward like most of the Epsons do. There is so much competition at that price point.

I hear ya on the foam tiles. I have those tiles on my floor in the HT. I do have to keep the humidity down in the basement or else I get some moisture under them. If there were no seams, they would be better in that regard since the warm air can still hit the cool concrete even in very small amounts.

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First layer of drywall done....now need to start with the Green Glue.

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I've been waffling on the PJ. I was thinking of getting an 8700 plus maybe a cheap 3D PJ (Newegg has that Acer for $420 today)...but placement is difficult with a DLP and they are shorter throw. You never know...3D may be mainstream enough for you in a year. I think it will give my HT experience that wow factor. I really can't wait! I'm hoping the 5010 will get a rebate or extra bulb for the holidays or shortly afterward like most of the Epsons do. There is so much competition at that price point.

I hear ya on the foam tiles. I have those tiles on my floor in the HT. I do have to keep the humidity down in the basement or else I get some moisture under them. If there were no seams, they would be better in that regard since the warm air can still hit the cool concrete even in very small amounts.

yeah, gotta be careful with the mo(u)ld.. but i think i recall reading that there is a natural spray that you can use that will eliminate or at least limit mold growth... my fiancee is into that naturalist stuff in a big way but anything that is low in voc is cool in my books.. I will have to ask her and see.. I am pretty positive there are chemicals that will do the same job just don't know how family friendly they are. With a little one the lower off gassing the better. Course lord knows what our parents exposed us too. perhaps it dun me good? Learned stuff lots did school I of....


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