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120" 2.35 Jamestown Seymour AV Centerstage XD AT screen with custom masking panels
Harmony Ultimate remote
UIW RLS III LCR
UIW RSS III Side surrounds
ProMonitor 1000 rear surrounds
Outlaw LFPM-1 plus
Fusion Escape Chairs
Slumber Shade balckout shades
Flat back front wall and ceiling, burgundy sidewalls, black velvet doors and metallic gold trim
Projector mounted about 14' back.
All audio, DVT, Blu ray player in closet in rear of room.
My conclusion of the build.
You have more flexibility on ambient light and colors then you may get the impression from this forum. Some recommendations are to paint the front sidewalls up to 4 feet back in flat black. This appears to be totally unnecessary. Also you don't need total blackout. I can raise the shades a bit a still get a great picture. I even have a 1" bottom gap on the front door near the screen where the hall light can sign through and it doesn't affect the picture along with the light beige carpet. So lighter colors can work in a theater.
I mounted the projector above the screen as I had issue with ductwork running down the top left side wall which forced me to mount the screen 10' from the ceiling. This also drove me to a 2.35 CIH screen. The only way I could get the zoom memory to work is to slightly aim the projector downwards and use keystone correction. Picture looks find although menus are a little weird from the projector as keystone correction is not used on them.
Quiet Mica Panel Delonghi heater HMP1500 plugged into a Lux Win 100 AC outlet programmable thermostat. Even though I have heat, I need to raise the temp a few degrees ebing that is on the bottom floor of a three story house.
Front door entrance
Rear closet for equipment
2.235 without masking panels
Masking panels with tab inserts
Masking panel inserted into screen
Screen with masking panels installed
Most important accessory:-)
You need to make a statement
Second most important accessory.
Three ground level windows. Below window is sheetrock enclosed concrete foundation. Painted flat black from the ceiling about 10" down on the walls to align with the heating duct.
View from the second row. Have ~8" riser.