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post #271 of 625 Old 01-25-2011, 07:58 PM - Thread Starter
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I'll have to figure out how to do the Audyssey graph as well.

Will try and have that up by the weekend. This is just the sub graph.....looks decent doesn't it?

EDIT: Dayton Amp EQ settings: Freq: 20, Bandwidth: 0.4, Level +4.
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Counters come in Feb 17th....Carpet after.

Things to do:

Glass door for rack enclosure and glass insert for cabinet above sink....

Shower door.....
Bathroom mirror....and hang light fixture. Buy toilet seat.

Ceiling fan...find one that spans </=32 inches and install.

Organize storage closet that rack is in so wife doesn't kill me.

Organize cables and figure out idea for back of rack door/solution.

Rope lights underneath counter for bar seating.

Buy and hook up fridge water line.

Pick up HD box from Cox Cable.

Install and test HTPC...move files from other laptop including demo discs and start seeding/burning for others.

Buy door knobs (lever type) to match hinges (brushed aluminum?)

Move liquor/glassware/extra kitchen stuff to cabinets downstairs.

Dust off all walls and repaint around trim....decide if I want to change stairwell paint color.

Break in speakers/subs and run Audyssey a couple more times, especially after carpet installed.

Design and order 4 bar stools....
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I like your choice of wall paint color alot. I bet the rooms gonna look good when you get done with it. I been lookin for the right color for my living room and I may do it with this color.
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I like your choice of wall paint color alot. I bet the rooms gonna look good when you get done with it. I been lookin for the right color for my living room and I may do it with this color.

Moody Blue by Sherwin Williams....looks awesome in most light.

Screen wall I have forgotten but it is in the thread...maybe Greys Harbor?

I like them both!
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Hey,

So, I think these are the three granite slabs for me...all the same price.

Uba Tuba, Verde Peacock, Verde Butterfly.

What would you pick given the look of my basement?

I need 36 sq feet so I'm buying one slab....


All three link

http://www.acura-cl.com/forums/showthread.php?t=370981

Uba Tuba

http://www.thathomesite.com/forums/l...415263949.html


Anyways..I was at one time leaning one way...

Any suggestions? I wanted Irish Black but for my area it is $500 more...not worth the price of maybe a DIY sub!
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verde peakcock or uba tuba.. either one looks good to me!
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Since you got REW up and running... When can you make it out here and run it on my system? . I've been slow to get that going; I still need a sound card for my netbook.

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Since you got REW up and running... When can you make it out here and run it on my system? . I've been slow to get that going; I still need a sound card for my netbook.

Jim-I was down to those as well....I'll see what the slabs look like tomorrow again!

Jason-I don't have REW neccesarily up and running yet...but I have desertdomes radioshack meter and that is our spl results with just subs...

I'll run another with the L/C/R here soon....

I could definitely help you with that now that I know how it works!


REW in the next few months! I'll be getting a preamp and maybe the behringer..or just continue to beg and borrow!
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We can talk about it on Saturday, but I'd like to organize a little Saturday or Sunday mini-trip to eD in Iowa with you local guys..........
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I like the Tuba.

If you decide to get a Feedback Destroyer, check eBay, plenty of good deals. I watched for a while and found an FBQ2496 for $65.
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I also like the Uba Tuba out of your choices you gave. Isn't the Uba Tuba the least green out of your choices? I was just in a granite store (Panda Kitchen and Bath) yesterday and bought 55 SF of Black/Brown 3CM for a rental house. Prices were really affordable, too bad there isn't one up on Omaha.
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Out of the two mentioned I like the tuba too...

I went with Baltic brown in my kitchen and thats what I'll put on my bar too....
http://www.headlandstile.com/images/...ic%20Brown.jpg

Also look around at those places that have granite for sale and go ask about remnants(scraps). There is a place local here where my buddy got his bar out of a remnant cut to size for about $50 solid granite top.......
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I like the Tuba.

The tuba is the darkest which I like, but the verde maybe had more variation in it (the movement!). Anyways...having people over so I'm going to go get samples of the 2 or 3 for people to offer opinions on.

If you decide to get a Feedback Destroyer, check eBay, plenty of good deals. I watched for a while and found an FBQ2496 for $65.

Nice call. I'll probably check ebay first...haven't shopped on there for a couple years now!

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I also like the Uba Tuba out of your choices you gave. Isn't the Uba Tuba the least green out of your choices? I was just in a granite store (Panda Kitchen and Bath) yesterday and bought 55 SF of Black/Brown 3CM for a rental house. Prices were really affordable, too bad there isn't one up on Omaha.

The tuba seems to be the darkest, with the green only really coming alive when the lights are on...the butterfly has that large pattern and the peacock is an interesting middle choice but maybe too much gold.

I've checked remnants but here is the deal....I could maybe get one for the bar but the kitchenette needs something from a slab...maybe I'll do a mix and match with the same type...I'll look into this! I know you can order slabs from California for 100-200 that are sized for my bar...and then pay 100 for shipping...

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Out of the two mentioned I like the tuba too...

I went with Baltic brown in my kitchen and thats what I'll put on my bar too....
http://www.headlandstile.com/images/...ic%20Brown.jpg

Also look around at those places that have granite for sale and go ask about remnants(scraps). There is a place local here where my buddy got his bar out of a remnant cut to size for about $50 solid granite top.......

Consolidated Kitchens here in omaha may have remnants..hmmm...

Think I should check it out?

http://www.facebook.com/pages/CKF-Fa...15459775130767

http://www.ckfco.com/
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If you can make it that would be great. How long will pictures take ?

The pictures are rescheduled. I'll be there tomorrow.


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ckfco are high as hell you would think there was gold flecks in there quartz and granite at the price they charge. But I do like the quality of there stuff

My sister just had some granite installed from http://www.premiercountertops.com/ and said there prices were pretty reasonable

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Guys,


Went to consolidated kitchens remnant place and found a slab of brazilian green granite that is similar to uba tuba that could go on my bar sink counter and then a slab of quartz (some black thing) that could be my bar seating area.

Price for them to do it all: $1500. WTF? Remnants. Seriously. Anyways...that was one quote.

Waiting on premiere countertops to send me the quote, stopped by there..nice people.

Went and got samples of uba tuba and verde butterfly from UGM for people to check out tonight.
Pretty sure uba tuba is going to win out. It looks nice with my carpet and bar seating.

EDIT: Got my quote from premier: $2204. I think the square feet I told them is a bit off, but still....probably $2k.

Ceramic Tile Works is next.
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I got a co-worker coming tomorrow, names Nate. Michael is showing...Scott who else you got? Jason? anyone else for sure? imahemi?
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Did you look at granite tiles? I don't remember if that came up, but a cost saving alternative (if you don't mind the seams).
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Great looking setup. Thanks for sharing.

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Jason my friend Chris and his brother, Ryan, Michael, Nate, you. I invited a few others but they had plans. I have a couple lawn chairs we can throw in there too I picked up the movie RED to watch

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Did you look at granite tiles? I don't remember if that came up, but a cost saving alternative (if you don't mind the seams).

I thought of that, I'd need 24" tiles but I didn't really set up my bar seating to be able to support those..I guess it wouldn't be hard but I think I've settled on uba tuba and just gonna eat this one. I like the smooth look for a bar....we'll see what I can get the quote lowered to.

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Great looking setup. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks, it is coming along nicely!

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Jason my friend Chris and his brother, Ryan, Michael, Nate, you. I invited a few others but they had plans. I have a couple lawn chairs we can throw in there too I picked up the movie RED to watch


Nice, see you then!
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There is another granite place up off L just west of 144th. You mite even look at Direct buy

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Jason my friend Chris and his brother, Ryan, Michael, Nate, you. I invited a few others but they had plans. I have a couple lawn chairs we can throw in there too I picked up the movie RED to watch

good movie to watch... lol watched it last night... doh! should have caught this... at least i will have a good comparison see ya in a few

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If I do direct aren't I messing with fabrication? Or the lack of...
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Carpetland quoting me $1400 for carpet in the area left in the basement and stairs. Thats including the heaviest pad.

Any better alternatives? Its a Shaw varietal and decent quality....
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I used Carpet Land as well and have been happy with them so far. I also used their best pad and it feels very nice to walk on. Carpet Land came in at the cheapest for what we wanted. We had to cross-reference numbers since some stores like to make their own part numbers for the same stuff. I think it ran $2,500ish for my entire basement to include stairs and the stage.

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I think it's already been covered but floor tiles at Lowes(granite) can be ordered in 12 or 16inch for about $10 per
Square foot in 100 ft quantities, I priced it for a backsplash. They have tuba, Baltic, or whatever common granite you want...... They are pretty flat edge so you wouldn't need a grout line just but them up......
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Guess I'm rocking Carpetland...NFM is more expensive so is Kellys.

Probably going to go granite on the bar...I'm going to live down there! Tiles won't get the look I'm going for though I'll remember that for any future stuff...
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I looked at NFM and Kelly's as well... Both were more expensive for the exact same stuff (even with a lesser pad than what I got with Carpet Land).

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Any better alternatives? Its a Shaw varietal and decent quality....

I put 90oz Shaw carpet with upgraded pad in my theater and it's held up very well. It's been 5 years now and it still doesn't mat down and it feels great in bare feet.
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