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post #31 of 41 Old 05-27-2012, 08:26 PM
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sorry if it was already mentioned..

These are my suggestion. ALL MADE IN CALI.

http://www.fortresseating.com/produc...hp?prod_id=501

First class.
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Have been using an Ekornes sofa for years with the long Ottoman, very happy with it. We hang out as a family watching -- I didn't want the regimentation of arms separating everybody, but they are avail. Still have an Ekornes recliner from my bachelor days -- 12 yo and has held up beautifully.

As an aside, at the time I was looking, Fortress was one of the few makers who had 'raisable' arms to create a continuous sofa if you wanted that. Ultimately got the Ekornes, but the Fortress stuff was obviously very high quality.

You can see the back of the Ekornes sofa I have on the pic link in my sig.
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Here's a picture of my new La-Z-Boy Legend power leather recliners. Arrived yesterday. They are really comfortable and "infinitely" power adjustable, a really neat feature. Now I can recline a whole movie without my right hip bother me, for me a big plus! My previous recliners, traditional non-power, just didn't get me comfortable cause of my hip. 448

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Here's a picture of my new La-Z-Boy Legend power leather recliners. Arrived yesterday. They are really comfortable and "infinitely" power adjustable, a really neat feature. Now I can recline a whole movie without my right hip bother me, for me a big plus! My previous recliners, traditional non-power, just didn't get me comfortable cause of my hip. 448

Maybe the hip needs replacing too. eek.gif
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I have a lot of body parts that need replacing!!!@@@

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If you want the cadillac of hometheatre seating then look no further from Elite Home Theatre Seating!

http://www.elitehometheaterseating.com/

If i won the lotto i will be placing an order with these guys!!

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If you want the cadillac of hometheatre seating then look no further from Elite Home Theatre Seating!
http://www.elitehometheaterseating.com/
If i won the lotto i will be placing an order with these guys!!

Elite no question make an excellent product, but IMO are considerably overpriced... I ended up buying my chairs from another Canadian company called Palliser - my chairs have some useful features not found on the Elites - both armrests lift up and are the perfect place for my Ipad and remotes - I also use a 7" LCD screen when playing music so that I don't have to fire up the projector each time. Each chair has a lovely tray which is handy for the LCD screen and Ipad..my chairs were less than 1/3rd the cost of the Elites..

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Thanks

I just figured I would get slammed because they are not Acoustic Innovation or Cinema-tech, Fortress, or Acoustic Smart chairs etc...

They are just plain old Lazy Boy. Don't me wrong, for me they work great and they are comfy. But they are not "Traditional" HT chairs I.E no cup holders. But, I did need narrow chairs and help having them installed. For the cost, the Lazy Boy's fit the bill.

Allow me to partake on the slammin' but for putting acoustic innovations on the same sentence as Cineak. biggrin.gif
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Allow me to partake on the slammin' but for putting acoustic innovations on the same sentence as Cineak. biggrin.gif
OK. I admit that I am not a chair guru. I am just happy I found something that fit in my room and fit my wallet cool.gif.

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imgcomfort.com

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http://www.imgcomfort.com/ProductsList/Home-Theatre.aspx 562, 357

Fosters furniture Tukwila Gerta Foster very nice to spouse. Dania furniture ignored significant other despite the fact she spent 15-20 minutes in store. Employeees talked to themselves, ignored customers. Fosters made a sale. Makes you scratch your head about customer service at Dania.

Very comfortable, seem well made, style
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BTW- head support on chairs adjusts, you can motorize them, add your own bass shaker. You can add matching swivel chairs....... Ekornes (acorn-ees) Hjellegerde (Yelli-Yada) or however you spell it, no motorization. The imgcomfort Norwegians seem to be more on top of things...... Disappointed in the style of most USA made products.... oh well, USA loses again.........

(how is it I am a "new member") joined 2001 wink.gif

I found these, the Palliser Rhumbas , 276 the most comfortable (in the world) M hates them so I lose. She tolerated the pj cost so I give in on the furniture... spirit of compromise so lacking these days.....
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