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post #1321 of 1326 Old Yesterday, 05:29 AM
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Thank you for giving me a test drive in your Fusion Escapes and to chat a bit about riser dimensions!
Glad to experience some slightly smaller riser dimensions that would work a lot better in my room.

I think I can win the "ugliest seats in this thread" award currently.




Forget the seats, I'm more intrigued by your projector mount.

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Forget the seats, I'm more intrigued by your projector mount.
The "clamp more weights to the projector shelf due to two 18" subs under it" scenario?

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I was wondering in the original pic if those were subs... I'd think at that range they'd still vibrate internal components of the projector no matter how much weight you put on the mount.

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I was wondering in the original pic if those were subs... I'd think at that range they'd still vibrate internal components of the projector no matter how much weight you put on the mount.
Yeah, weights on shelf and on top of projector itself have mitigated it quite a bit, but haven't put in the effort for more robust thinking (or sub/projector placement alternative?) yet to see if I can do better.
Have two more subs at front of room, so where these are now help with evening things out.
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Headache seats in the rear, if the subs don't get 'cha, the weights will. No need for bass shakers huh?
I really like the clean lines of your theater. What size is the screen?
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Thanks Ron.

Used to have 4 aura shakers in previous iteration of theater. Might consider getting something on new seats, not sure yet.

Screen is 2.35:1 and is about 125" (I should remember because it's DIY, but can't recall exactly)
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