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Old 03-27-2017, 02:37 PM
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Do you have any pictures?
Not the best but I hope these help...
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Old 03-27-2017, 03:10 PM
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Not the best but I hope these help...
Now that is totally unexpected. I have never seen a riser that is only under the seat and not in front of it.


Very very interesting.
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^^
It is different but as I mentioned before, I do a lot of testing and I didn't want to be constantly stepping up/down 8" to get my measuring equipment placed just right...
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It is different but as I mentioned before, I do a lot of testing and I didn't want to be constantly stepping up/down 8" to get my measuring equipment placed just right...
You've actually inspired me. I'm thinking I am leaning toward am island riser with 10" in front like a step and then a walkway in front of that until the front row. As my island won't be touching any walls I actually think this design is much better for my theater.

I like the fact that you can move the seats around a few inches if you want. Gives a bit more flexibility.
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...island riser with 10" in front like a step
Island Riser...I like that!

Looking forward to seeing some pictures when you are finished...
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I would recommend having some space in front of the chairs. If you do not, it may be very cumbersome to get in and out of the seats.

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We are trying to get lots of seats into a theater that is decent sized (18 by 21 ish) but not large. I'm interested in Jive based on positive forum reviews of Roman's seats and the Jive's compact footprint. However, I need to test anything we might buy because my wife has neck and back issues, which make her more particular than most. Is there anyone in the Atlanta area with Jive seats who is willing to offer a test sit? Please shoot me a PM if so. Thanks.

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