Originally Posted by jdanforth
Congratulations on the progress you've made! What AT screen have you decided to go with? I have been looking at the Seymour screens. I really like their pricing and am impressed with their published audio specs. I just wish I could demo one first!
Have you ordered or decided on your seating? I like the looks of those chairs you posted earlier.
Thanks dan, appreciate it
I think I'm going to go with the Seymore Center Stage XD screen like Andreas mentioned. Everyone seems to like it and the price is nice. I might get a sample myself since it's a no cost item.
As far as the seats, I really really want the red ones but just can't think of a color for the walls or even a good theme that would look right. Any ideas? I was thinking maybe along the lines of a dark blue, idk.
Originally Posted by AndreasMergner
Chris, I am making my own door with 2 pieces of 3/4" ply with GG between. It depends on how you want it to look. I will have something decorative on both sides, so no worries for me. For the center, you could do that. It is not typically done, but the tweets really don't need a box anyway, so put the mid(s) in a box and the tweet(s) in a smaller box just for mounting. Sure, they will be separated by a few inches, but there is always some separation even in the same box.
As far as the door goes, I don't have the craftsmanship or even the knowledge on how to build my own door and frame as well as attach hinges (eek!) so I don't know if that will be the route for me. Maybe I'll look into it thought and see how hard it might be... but I do know one thing, I want to use those industrial handles you posted about in your thread, did you end up using those yourself?
For the center speaker, and the LCR set in general, are there any other options you Andreas or anyone else can recommend that will get me reference level in my "small" room without breaking the bank? I won't be listening to movies at that volume but I want the head room. Also, if the setup that you recommend will need external amps, don't forget to mention that