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Thought I would post a quick video documenting my basement construction. Enjoy!

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Haha great video!

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Awesome! I headband while working on my basement as well, it's just usually my head against the drywall, or a 2x, or a door…. you get the idea.

Dude, are you made of leprechauns? Cause that was awesome!

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Haha thats awesome !

I take it you are a metal fan ?

I did not see 35.6% more procrastination though.... Just sayin'

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Too funny..........

That guys hair looked like a horse tail on a hot Summer day!
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I take it you are a metal fan ?

I did not see 35.6% more procrastination though.... Just sayin'
I like a wide variety of music, but I have been a big metal fan since the 80s.

The procrastination is with the home theater, not the basement!
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Nice video....Same here listen to a lot of different music and metal is on my list from back in the 80's as one of my favs...

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Metal was the music of choice in high school and college.........nothing like metal to prepare for a game......but then something happened, age set in!

Though I was raised listening to "Classical".......which I despised in my youth, now I listen and enjoy the genre........though I do favor country music..........you know, drink until you drop, cheating, lovin' your truck.......etc.
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I had no idea you were long haired, heavy metal loving deviant. That's probably the greatest video I've ever seen in my life.
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I like a wide variety of music, but I have been a big metal fan since the 80s.

The procrastination is with the home theater, not the basement!
Haha nice. I never knew you were a metalhead too.

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Haha nice. I never knew you were a metalhead too.
Oh yeah. My wife is 9 years younger than I am so we didn't meet until after college. She stumbled on some old college photos when we were moving and was literally -stunned- to see me when I had long hair and goatee. She didn't even recognize me....AT ALL!! The first thing she said to me after getting over the initial shock - "I would NOT have dated you in college!" LOL! I believe I put those pictures in a box in a box in a box and buried it in ground that has since been consumed by a sinkhole. Maybe, just maybe, once the theater is done and I have the GTG, I'll see if I can locate one of the pics....

I really can't wait to get the theater up and running. I think the first chance I get to watch a movie alone I'm going to play Metallica "Through the Never" and turn it up to 11....or 12!
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My wife is 7 years younger and said the same thing! I just bought steel panther and Judas Priest tickets yesterday (front row) so I'll be taking her to her first real metal concert soon.

Although my metal headedness does come with some regret regarding my tinnitus I wish I was smarter when I was younger.

That BR of through the never is awesome; I went to see it on opening day at IMAX. Not too many 2.35:1 concerts out there either so that's a logical choice

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I really can't wait to get the theater up and running. I think the first chance I get to watch a movie alone I'm going to play Metallica "Through the Never" and turn it up to 11....or 12!
Amazon delivered this on Friday. I hope to give it a spin tomorrow!
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My wife is 7 years younger and said the same thing!
I look the same. Dressed like a boring old man when I was 15, and now I am one too.

Have put the Metallica disc on my wishlist too.

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Aren't you in SE ? Torrent that thing ... Lol.

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Aren't you in SE ? Torrent that thing ... Lol.
Was that for me? No, I don't use Pirate Bay, I buy my media.
(Although since I paid a lot of money to the anti-piracy organisation every time I bought a hard drive, I have probably already paid for it several times over...)

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I was partly a joke, I just thought the stereotype was it's legal in Sweden. In USA you get a nastygram letter from your ISP and need to go to education on the evils of piracy. Also you can get in legal troubles, so it's not advisable.

I never heard of the anti piracy hard drive thing though. What is that ?

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I was partly a joke, I just thought the stereotype was it's legal in Sweden. In USA you get a nastygram letter from your ISP and need to go to education on the evils of piracy. Also you can get in legal troubles, so it's not advisable.

I never heard of the anti piracy hard drive thing though. What is that ?
It's not legal here either!

We have a non-government agency that has lobbied itself into getting $0.1 per gigabyte of all storage sold in Sweden... Including that one hard drives when you buy a new computer- you could possibly use it for piracy, so they want money up front!

A recordable dvd gets them $.5 each...

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It's not legal ? I thought it was ok for personal use?

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It's not legal ? I thought it was ok for personal use?
Yeah, if you have bought it you can copy it and also give copies within family and close friends. I'm definitely not a close friend of who ever seeds the torrent, and it would be futile to claim ignorance. The major crime, of course, is done by whoever puts it up to begin with.

But if I have a friend over with his music on a memory stick and I like a track, it's definitely not illegal to get a copy of it. When I was in my teens it was a cultural thing to make mixed tapes and swap with your friends. Today I guess you just subscribe to eachother's spotify lists, so much easier.

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And......?

Huh? Huh? What did you say????? My ears are ringing! On the positive side my back feels great after Lars gave me a nice back massage with his double kick drums.


Well at first listen I was really surprised that there was not better use of the surround speakers. The bass was OK but not what I was expecting and not how they sound live. Something must be wrong so a quick look at the menu and it defaulted to the 2.0 DTS-HD Master Audio. I switched over to the 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and....WOW! Every note from the bass guitar was clean and the speed of the kick drums will certainly test your subs. The guitars and vocals were excellent.


The intro to ONE has an awesome surround track. Planes, bullets and explosions are coming from every speaker. This will be on my demo list going forward. I thought the best track was Enter Sandman. I ran it up to reference and was blown away!


Over all the sound was awesome and the video was unbelievable. My only complaint was the back story was a little distracting at times and just a little weird.
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Late comer to this thread. Wow! Great read so far. The build looks great. I also love your pics from The Paramount. I've been to that theater, and it's definitely even better in person. I'm in the area (-ish...1.5 hrs away), and we're lucky to have a BUNCH of old restored theaters in the area (maybe a dozen or so?) Aside from The Paramount, my favorites are:

The Fox Theater (Oakland): Beautiful theater, and a never-ending great lineup of live concerts. (Saw Devo there two weeks ago on their "Hardcore" tour...) Pics of the theater

The Crest Theater (Sacramento): Another beauty (I particularly like the ceiling). Regular movies, plus occasional concerts, comedy shows, etc. Pics.

Neither are quite on the level of The Paramount, but are great in their own way.

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^^^ "The BUILD LOOKS GREAT"... What?.... Huh?... Where?.... what build?... I see alot of boxes with really cool "stuff" in em... am I missing something..?

Sorry, Couldnt help it!!!!!

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^^^ "The BUILD LOOKS GREAT"... What?.... Huh?... Where?.... what build?... I see alot of boxes with really cool "stuff" in em... am I missing something..?

Sorry, Couldnt help it!!!!!

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Late comer to this thread. Wow! Great read so far. The build looks great. I also love your pics from The Paramount. I've been to that theater, and it's definitely even better in person.
Thanks man, I appreciate that. That was an epic theater day because I was able to tour the Paramount in the morning and then make the couple hour drive to spend the rest of the day with Moggie and experience his *stunning* 'Saga of the Old Vic' theater. I really enjoyed the tour. The saw the Fox theater, but it was closed when I got out of the Paramount, otherwise I would have popped in there as well. Next time, I guess! Thanks for following along and please feel free to chime in on anything.

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^^^ "The BUILD LOOKS GREAT"... What?.... Huh?... Where?.... what build?... I see alot of boxes with really cool "stuff" in em... am I missing something..?
That's just cruel, bro!

I'll have you know that on Tuesday I received my badge to attend this year's CEDIA and have booked my travel. My goal is to preview all the new 4K projectors and technology. I made a reservation for four Procella P6iw speakers to use as Atmos ceiling channels and I should receive among the first production units available. And most importantly, just yesterday I put together a project timeline to complete the basement by Labor Day and recommence work on the theater by September 15th!!! I'm not sure if there is ever any escape from Dimension X, but I'll see if I can move from "Loganed" to "Logan's Heroes"!
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That's just cruel, bro!

I'll have you know that on Tuesday I received my badge to attend this year's CEDIA and have booked my travel. My goal is to preview all the new 4K projectors and technology. I made a reservation for four Procella P6iw speakers to use as Atmos ceiling channels and I should receive among the first production units available.
Very Very cool.. I made provisions in the framing and ran the wire for a 2x2 matrix for the ceiling, but hav'nt purchased the additional speakers yet... was this driven primairly by the new config with the backer box? did you happen to discuss the possibility of the new P5 set flush in the ceiling? or was it just a no brainer match up with the P6 surrounds ... I'd be curious to hear what drove the selection.. I havent seen specs on the P5 Yet.

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I love deadlines... especially the "WHoosing" sound they make on the way by....

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Sorry, Couldnt help it!!!!!

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That's just cruel, bro!

I'll have you know that on Tuesday I received my badge to attend this year's CEDIA and have booked my travel. My goal is to preview all the new 4K projectors and technology. I made a reservation for four Procella P6iw speakers to use as Atmos ceiling channels and I should receive among the first production units available. And most importantly, just yesterday I put together a project timeline to complete the basement by Labor Day and recommence work on the theater by September 15th!!! I'm not sure if there is ever any escape from Dimension X, but I'll see if I can move from "Loganed" to "Logan's Heroes"!

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Very Very cool.. I made provisions in the framing and ran the wire for a 2x2 matrix for the ceiling, but havn't purchased the additional speakers yet... was this driven primairly by the new config with the backer box? did you happen to discuss the possibility of the new P5 set flush in the ceiling? or was it just a no brainer match up with the P6 surrounds ... I'd be curious to hear what drove the selection.. I havent seen specs on the P5 Yet.
Ultimately it wasn't the back box that swayed my decision, but the engineered fixation method for both backbox and speaker that allows it to be securely installed in the ceiling. With a P6v or the P5 I'd be left with devising some sort of mounting scheme. The P6iw is also timbre-matched to the P6 and has a circular constant directivity waveguide that *apparently* yields the type of sound radiation patterns suited for VOG speakers when pointed straight down. I'll have to see what Dennis comes back with. HOPEFULLY I will not have to get involved with some complicated yaw, pitch and roll mounting angles, but I'll do it if needed.

I haven't seen anything on the P5 outside of THIS press release.
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Ha that video was hilarious!!


Tim - you may have seen these data sheets, but...


P5: http://www.procella.citymax.com/f/P5...Sheet_v1.0.pdf


P12: http://www.procella.citymax.com/f/P1...Sheet_v1.0.pdf

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