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post #1 of 5 Old 03-05-1999, 04:07 PM - Thread Starter
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I was wondering what you paid for your seats.
I found some offered that are out of a theatre, and have been reconditioned, and was wondering what to much to pay was.

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Mine used were about $125 a seat. These sets sell new for about $600.00.

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I would have to agree with what Mike stated. Why the chairs give it a real nice theater look, there are times I would have loved a couch in the theater insted.

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The couch we use has two recliners, one on each end. I wish they could have made a couch with a third recliner in the center, so I can sit dead center between the speakers.

Warning - our recliners are so comfortable I've wasted time falling asleep during viewing. I've missed more endings and parts of films that way!!

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Thanks for all of the advice.
I actually have couches in my theatre now.
I have a sectional sofa, that splits into
two pieces and a corner piece. On my 6" riser in the rear I have one section, which has a recliner on each end and a seat in between with a fold down center/drink holder/table. The corner piece and other half of sofa are in front row. I was thinking of adding theatre seats in the front row(for theatre appearance) and keeping the recliner half in the back (which is usually where I sit). I have a wierd situation in general, I have been building my theatre over the past 6 months, but it has technically been operationl for the past 5. I'm working around my equipment. I watch movies every night and couldn't wait. This makes things more difficult, but I sure am enjoying the movies.
Maybe, I'll get some pictures up here. I've also created a bar room with full size video games and a pool table/air hockey/darts room.
I live in my basement. Who wants to grow up anyway.
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