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New HT, Atmos, Almost4K, and a door:0/

Hello, its one year into my new theater build and thought, what the heck maybe a build thread mite be in order.

First thing was to paint the "cheerie" yellowie orange color DARK BROWN, to be exact, my words were, "whats the darkest brown you have, i was at Lowes, which is my second home hahahaha



There is another objective in this build, the HT is open to the kitchen, its an 8' wide opening that i really like. I need to close this opening with anything but a wall with a door. Any monkey could put up a wall, and a partition of sorts would be 100% better to preserve the really nice opening to the rest of the house.

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Here's a couple more pics of the opening which is 8' wide and the lovely Orangie colored walls.






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Next up is electrical and an equipment rack. My plan is (4) 20amp homeruns' and some DIY relay rigged outlets.......




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Really like the door idea. It's very similar to one I'm trying to come up with.
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Really like the door idea. It's very similar to one I'm trying to come up with.
Yeah, its gonna be a pocketdoor/barndoor on steroids Lol

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That door is a bit light, but they do make nice room dividers, thanx

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Think I'm gonna need to have a skilled metal worker frame out mine both the door jamb and at minimum the perimeter of the door itself.

You planning on a second track for up top too?
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Think I'm gonna need to have a skilled metal worker frame out mine both the door jamb and at minimum the perimeter of the door itself.

You planning on a second track for up top too?
I designed a trac/roller assembly for the bottom of the door, had ChessisWoodworking do the shop work and i assembled it.


The upper trac is a National Hardware 5430, and I used (4) NH 5330 rollers.....


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Pulled back about 6" of carpet to lay the trac, the carpet guy Nick made short work of cutting carpet, and replacing tack strip, stretched the carpet back perfect !



The guy at Lowes was right, Dark BronzeTone was very dark Lol.



Putting a final coat on the ceiling really gave it the "Cave" feel i was looking for


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(4) 20a 12/2 homeruns


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Looking good, KG!
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Looking good, KG!
Didnt even know there were snap on wall plates, kinda shnazzy



Here are four outlet boxes for my sub amps, main surround amps, and a spare dedicated 20a for line level equipment, oh and the Pj....
They are equiped with 30a relays that are 12vdc triggered because im lazy and want everything to fire up at once


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Here's the equipment rack from the plans on post #3


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I need about a 30' HDMI cable, from my Marantz 7010 to my Jvc RS400, whats changed in cables since i last bought years ago

My guess is i'll be picking up a 4K streaming device like a Roku by springish

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the next project was the amplifiers, My Outlaw Audio M-200's all had scratchy relays, and they needed replacements......this was the culprit. The amp boards needed to be pulled out, it was a good chance to dust off the insides and clean em up a bit.

The real champ was the SolderSucker tool i picked up at a hobby store in town. Desoldering was a breeze using that tool.







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The QSC's needed rewiring and a fan mod and a fan speed adjuster (rheostat). Here's a pic of them disassembled and ready for new fans.


after reassembling the amps I discovered there was another noise problem, the power transformers were humming and bolted to the chassis, which just carried the sound further. I unbolted them from the chassis and bought 1" sorbothane half sphere's to sit on and decouple them, Wow! that really quieted them down. someday they will do their job from the basement :0/



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Did I mention I am 4 years post divorce and my first project was to replace all the drivers in all my main and surround speaker cabs due to the damage my Ex did to them.......this is painful to look at. The cones are black aluminum Dayton drivers, the yellow is the spider which ur not suppose to see



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Heres a drawing of a super chunk corner basstrap. Spent some time over at Gearslutz so I had to LOL, a lot a bright boys over there.




Heres a quick sketch of my first reflection point absorber, tryed to thicken it up to cut down on any ringing in the bass region. My goal is LEDE


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Loaded with 13" Fluffy insulation




Wrapped in batting to reduce contamination





Covered in a drop cloth i had to dye to match the dark brown walls


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the next project was the amplifiers. My sub amps (QSC 1450's) needed a fan mod and some other mods. My Outlaw Audio M1200's all had scratchy relays, and they needed replacements......this was the culprit






Can you elaborate a little more on the issues you were having with your Outlaw monoblock amps? I have (7) of these and have recently been troubleshooting issues. Wondering what symptoms you were having and what led you to the relay replacement. Very anxious to hear...
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Can you elaborate a little more on the issues you were having with your Outlaw monoblock amps? I have (7) of these and have recently been troubleshooting issues. Wondering what symptoms you were having and what led you to the relay replacement. Very anxious to hear...
Sure can, i was getting a crackle sound like static at low level listening. I was also getting crackling sound when i walked around the room and stepped here and there. I took apart one amp and by accident tapped on the relay and reproduced the noise by tapping on the relay its self.

Outlaw no longer sources the relays, so they would have to buy them as i did, another member much smarter than me found the perfect relay replacement for me so i did them all at the same time.

I had to break down the amp and purchase a desolder device ( worth its weight in gold ! ). It was tedious but soooooooo worth it, hope this helps

PS: the relays run about $5 each, you can hear them click when you fire up the amp. I have a receipt if you need to relpace yours i can email, repost, or whatever means you may need to get it.....
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Heres the shell of my first reflection point absorbers. Im sure by now you realize im not building this stuff in a day or two, i've been working on the room over a year



Some more work done like screens and speaker grill material to house the insulation



Heres the finished product, i made four of these......

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Here are some interconnects i made using Rean connectors.



Heres my subwoofer cables all snaked together, i used double runs of 16/2, the wire calculator said two 16ga wires combined equal 13ga, they seem to work fine. Never had Neutrix connectors, pretty slick stuff for sure


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Sure can, i was getting a crackle sound like static at low level listening. I was also getting crackling sound when i walked around the room and stepped here and there. I took apart one amp and by accident tapped on the relay and reproduced the noise by tapping on the relay its self.



Outlaw no longer sources the relays, so they would have to buy them as i did, another member much smarter than me found the perfect relay replacement for me so i did them all at the same time.



I had to break down the amp and purchase a desolder device ( worth its weight in gold ! ). It was tedious but soooooooo worth it, hope this helps



PS: the relays run about $5 each, you can hear them click when you fire up the amp. I have a receipt if you need to relpace yours i can email, repost, or whatever means you may need to get it.....

Very interesting thanks for that. I am unsure if that is the same as my issue or not but it's plausible. Here goes...

My issue is that when watching something at moderate volumes and especially when the amps have been recently turned on they would drop the output completely or first crackle and distort some eventually leading up to it dropping the signal. Ways to get the output back would be to quickly crank the volume up loud to restore the signal after some more distortion and cracking first or to actually turn, slide or reconnect the RCA cable on the amps input.

Does this seem plausible as a similar root cause to yours? I would greatly appreciate the info on the relay or anything else about this. So Glad I stumbled across your thread!

By the way some nice looking work and acoustic treatments. That is near future for me too. I have a lot of reading to do.

PS : the ex did a number on those drivers for sure but you are certainly getting this back to prime time now.
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Very interesting thanks for that. I am unsure if that is the same as my issue or not but it's plausible. Here goes...

My issue is that when watching something at moderate volumes and especially when the amps have been recently turned on they would drop the output completely or first crackle and distort some eventually leading up to it dropping the signal. Ways to get the output back would be to quickly crank the volume up loud to restore the signal after some more distortion and cracking first or to actually turn, slide or reconnect the RCA cable on the amps input.

Does this seem plausible as a similar root cause to yours? I would greatly appreciate the info on the relay or anything else about this. So Glad I stumbled across your thread!

By the way some nice looking work and acoustic treatments. That is near future for me too. I have a lot of reading to do.

PS : the ex did a number on those drivers for sure but you are certainly getting this back to prime time now.


By turning up the volume you are increasing electricity. which either bonds the contact or jumps across the gap, If you can get the cover off that amp and tap the relay in the pic I showed, you will make it crackle, bet that's it.......

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Heres a pic of my first drawing for the barndoor, its gonna be made of MDF, 2x4's and poplar. I've discovered i am much better drawing pics than the actual woodworking. ChessisWoodWork of Rochester will be building this for me. There is a main door that will be suspended from barndoor hardware from above, and will ride on a track and tram below to hold the door steady and help support the emense weight from below.

The door(s) are going to be massive weight wise. Our guess is 550lbs. My hope is that when its in place it doesnt rattle or move with my bass at all, time will tell



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Great thread. How exactly did you make the extension receptacles with the 12V trigger ability? I have 5 amps and I would love not to have to switch each on/off.
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