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Question AMC Loveseat style with adjustable armrest?

Has anyone found any home theater style love seats with an adjustable center armrest like the upgraded AMC Theaters have?

My personal preferences would be microfiber material in a single+loveseat configuration but with an adjustable armrest in the middle of the loveseat. Not sure I need power recliners or lighted cup holders, but they sure are neat.
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We can do that same config loveseats with the armrest that pops up. We don't have on our site but you can email sales (at) htmarket.com for details.

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$90 a seat and can be found here,

http://www.discount-seating.com/Used-Theater-Seats.html
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Thanks CinemaAndy, but I was talking about the comfy loveseat/couch recliners that the revamped reserved seating AMC's have.
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The ones for $90 i posted are comfy and have a good recline angle, and work really well with a ottoman for a footrest.

Now, if you're talking about those posted below, good luck. LEADCOM is the maker and there minimum order is 50.

http://www.leadcom.cc/productview.aspx?id=145 Phoenix LS-801 model with the electric recline and "Sofa" option, these are what AMC calls it's luxury recliners found at Fork & screen and Cinema Suites. Yes it is the same chair for the loveseat, some chains are calling it the DreamLounger.


http://www.leadcom.cc/productview.aspx?id=149 MAESTRO LS-813 also has a fold up center armrest/cup holder making it a loveseat, however i don't think anyone would like sitting in the middle, looks a bit uncomfortable.

http://www.leadcom.cc/productview.aspx?id=148 BARRON LS-812 Is a single seat recliner that matches the others.

All the others are "Home Theatre" type, that means a regular living room Sofa with an inflated price.

1st picture is AMC's own special order recliner seats, 2nd Phoenix LS-801, 3rd MAESTRO LS-813, 4th BARRON LS-812.

Another plus, all of LEADCOM's cinema seats are D-BOX approved.

Good luck!
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The ones for $90 i posted are comfy and have a good recline angle, and work really well with a ottoman for a footrest.

Now, if you're talking about those posted below, good luck. LEADCOM is the maker and there minimum order is 50.

http://www.leadcom.cc/productview.aspx?id=145 Phoenix LS-801 model with the electric recline and "Sofa" option, these are what AMC calls it's luxury recliners found at Fork & screen and Cinema Suites. Yes it is the same chair for the loveseat, some chains are calling it the DreamLounger.


http://www.leadcom.cc/productview.aspx?id=149 MAESTRO LS-813 also has a fold up center armrest/cup holder making it a loveseat, however i don't think anyone would like sitting in the middle, looks a bit uncomfortable.

http://www.leadcom.cc/productview.aspx?id=148 BARRON LS-812 Is a single seat recliner that matches the others.

All the others are "Home Theatre" type, that means a regular living room Sofa with an inflated price.

1st picture is AMC's own special order recliner seats, 2nd Phoenix LS-801, 3rd MAESTRO LS-813, 4th BARRON LS-812.

Another plus, all of LEADCOM's cinema seats are D-BOX approved.

Good luck!
Hah. I'll just pile the other 47-48 in the back yard.

Thanks for this though. Just finished inspection and found out the room is 2' shorter on the width so plans are altering.
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We have some similar not from this company but the one cinepolis uses.
http://www.cinepolisusa.com/

similar look and we can do 2 tone.

We have no minimum order on it.

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Photo of Loveseat

we can do different colors and features and even 2 tone.

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We have some similar not from this company but the one cinepolis uses.
http://www.cinepolisusa.com/

similar look and we can do 2 tone.
Great to know Alan. What brand/model are they? I loved the Cinepolis seats in Del Mar when I lived in California.
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They only sell through commercial dealers it's not in china I can tell you that, I'd rather not give the name away at this time as our competitors would get wise of it. The leadcom ones are basically a knock off of it. As China usually just copies real well.

It's not a recognizable name in the furniture industry.

That's all I can say.

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They only sell through commercial dealers it's not in china I can tell you that, I'd rather not give the name away at this time as our competitors would get wise of it. The leadcom ones are basically a knock off of it. As China usually just copies real well.

It's not a recognizable name in the furniture industry.

That's all I can say.

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Sorry, I meant the brand/model that you carry that you feel is similar.
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It's called Cinema VIP.

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It's called Cinema VIP.

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Apologies for being daft but I cant seem to find those particular seats to save my life. Can you post a link to them directly. If not I understand that it may come across as advertising etc. If its not possible would mind shooting me a link via PM.

TIA
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Apologies for being daft but I cant seem to find those particular seats to save my life. Can you post a link to them directly. If not I understand that it may come across as advertising etc. If its not possible would mind shooting me a link via PM.

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I couldn't find it either. I think posting links to retailer websites is against the rules, which is probably why Alan did not post one to begin with. It must be listed under a different name.
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Another alternative: convertible arm rests from the Fusion line of seating
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Another alternative: convertible arm rests from the Fusion line of seating
That's ingenious!!!!!
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If you need more information on it just email our site sales at htmarket.com, The mfg does not want inquiries from consumers or end users as they sell to commercial theaters mostly and dealers like us.

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