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Coming from a building family I am a sucker for beautiful finished timber. This is beautifully finished timber. Love the elegance of it. Theater looks fantastic

One question, how do you find it with the light from the projector? Any distracting glares?
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Very nice.. First time I've seen Erskine Design sound treatment up and not be blurred out.
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Congrats man!! Excellence all around in your theater, from the design to the build to the equipment. Way to do it the right my good man!
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Congrats Cory! I always said to you that your room deserved to be a HTOTM.
That you did! Now it's time for you to pick up your Linacoustic RC!

Thanks again JB for being a good sport concerning my sense of sarcasm.
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Congratulations on HT of the Month!
I so much love the character in the wood you've used.
And I love your Log Home! If my wife had her way............we would have built outside of town, then I could have had the Log Home I always wanted. Building such a home in a small community wouldn't have worked.


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Congrats Doublewing - a very well-deserved recognition!!!

I can't wait to pay you a visit someday.
That you must........................Oregon is great in Summer! When your room is done...............I better get an invite! You have been sooooo helpful with suggestions!

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Congrats Cory! I was waiting for this to be HTOTM... well deserved.
Thanks, I'm looking soooooo forward to your build threat................pay it forward? Loved your input on phase II. You always made things interesting................when I think of "Big Horns" and the magical 30.........I think of you!

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Thanks for kind comments...................I'm glad for your help with searches concerning my daughter! Most helpful.........and reminds me this place in not only about AV, but helping others across the continental divide! I owe you a dinner or coffee.....................will be in Minnesota this Summer!

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Thanks Scotty..................aka Mr. Subwoofer man! You were so helpful with my Quadinator build!
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Fantastic room. I still can't get over all that cement. With that gear, and room setup, I am sure it sounds at looks great.
Retaining wall was a neighborhood spectacle! I stopped counting after 20+ trucks! Picture only shows 1/2 of wall...........it's 180 ft long!
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Beautiful theater! Seriously, gorgeous. And I love the idea of having it by the kitchen as it does indeed make more sense and get's rid of that "Go to the basement" barrier.

Question (perhaps a typo) - isn't it 9.1 with LCR + 2 pairs of side surrounds + rear surrounds?
Best part of design is in fact traveling less than 15-20 ft from frig, dining table, or barbeque to theater room.

As far as 9.1..............good question. The rear side surrounds for 1st/2nd row are feed the same signal. When Roger Dressler visited room, he thought no need to implement delay to help with comb filtering. Since room is wide/large enough..........no real issue.

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One of my favorites on here. Love the locally-sourced alder throughout the house. I'm not sure if I like the kitchen or theater more though. They're both amazing. Congrats, man.
Yeah, wife was given free reign to do what she wanted in kitchen...........seems fair. She designed every aspect of room..........but she wasn't happy when I took two feet of her kitchen for theater foyer entrance. Glad I did it though. She is proud of her kitchen..............and I really love getting food in middle of movie with little effort.

We were always concerned about possible movement of wall shared with kitchen but has been no issue whatsoever. The plate on top of glass cabinet is on edge and is not attached to anything. I warned my wife.................but is still standing and hasn't moved in over 1-1/2 years!




For those that don't know.................theater is on left side of kitchen photo.............short journey for nourishment!
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Wow. I love that kitchen!
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Beautiful theater, hope it gives you many years of enjoyment (and doesn't live up to its name). Why such a big retaining wall and why 2 /7 channel amps? Once again good luck with your theater..
Property is 278 ft wide.................back of property had a drop of about 7 feet behind us. In order to have back/side yard for my gardening wife, it was necessary to have 180 long, 7 ft high retaining wall built............side of wall runs perpendicular to backwall about 40 ft as per engineering specs........so about 220 linear feet total for retaining wall. Side retaining wall actually attaches to house foundation..........if starts at 7 ft high, goes uphill and finishes at 2-3 ft tall.

Have two 7 channel amps for Atmos...................the three channel Halo is used for front LCR's. BTW, the Halo is the best of the bunch!
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Wow...........my wife loves you!
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Must sound great. Did you try locating screen channel high frequency drivers 2/3 way up the screen (cinema recommendation for more realistic dialog location), or are you still tweaking?
Tweeter location was spec'd by Erskine Group..................from top of head, I think the tweeters on LCR's are at 48-49 inches? Been a long time since I looked at specs.
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Awesome.
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Congrats Cory,

I think the sound isolation you went for with the build is the most impressive part. Basically, decoupling the subfloor from the rest of the house during construction is very smart. It is amazing how anal you have to be to achieve a low noise floor and most people would not appreciate the attention to detail unless they went through it themselves.

The location of the theater is cool too. I have a friend with a similar location but without sound isolation and dishes do move!
I went complete anal due to promising wife no sound, no vibration! The subfloor and foundation are slick! The theater room really bounces, but close both doors ie. theater and theater foyer....................no sound. I worked in double door design with 4 ft distance between doors ........worked like a charm. Four feet may sound very close, but it's not.............the foyer entrance door is on diagonal and is 36'' wide. So when foyer door is open, more like 7 feet distance between theater and foyer door.
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One of my top 3 or 4 theaters I have seen on the Internet. Classic. Elegant. Functional and great equipment.

Congratulations !!!! Well deserved.
Thanks........quite the complement...........especially coming from a Plat's man!


I really want to thank everyone for all the kinds words...................................home theater is really a labor of love!
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Beautiful looking theater
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Wow!
Great looking room & setup. Congratulations, Cory.
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Awesome job Cory.

I thoroughly enjoyed this article Scott. Thanks!


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Very nice and all the work you put into it (I'm sure) makes it even better.


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I think the most fascinating and intriguing detail lies within the equipment list.

The HT room is beautiful. The equipment: Amps, speakers, etc. are - what I would refer to - as expensive. Very nice, and a huge congratulations.

I had to note the Cables section. It's great to see your selection in cables, Cory.
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This looks fantastic and I would love to have a coffin like that!
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what's amazing is that I saw the preview pic, and thought 'hey that's something I could actually do, maybe a little more fancy woodwork than I'd care for, but a nice simple theater'


then a paragraph and 2 more pics later I'm thinking some commercial theaters would be jealous... haha


definitely impressive amount of work, and a clean finished product

Thanks everyone for your kind words....................
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I love it! What are the room dimensions? I missed it.
25 ft 2 inches long by 17 ft wide by 10 ft 6 inches high.........

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Coming from a building family I am a sucker for beautiful finished timber. This is beautifully finished timber. Love the elegance of it. Theater looks fantastic

One question, how do you find it with the light from the projector? Any distracting glares?
Great question...................

The ceiling cloud uses Black Sensa acoustic fabric which absorbs any light reflection from ceiling.......no issue there. The key to maintaining contrast was short three foot side pieces of Anchorage acoustic fabric on side walls adjacent to screen. I also used a satin lacquer finish along with "Fruitwood" stain for soften wood and take red hues away from Knotty Alder...........also helps with reducing glare.

Absolutely NO glare from wood due to light reflected off screen or from projector...............I must have got lucky.
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Hey Cory -- That's the problem with a well executed home theater. Huge portions of the expense and work and attention to detail are hidden from view, it all looks so innocent. But we know better -- we just devoured all the gory details in this HTOM article!

Having experienced your fantastic room first-hand, before the sub upgrade, I can only imagine how the new woofs and the eventual Atmos addition will sound.

BTW, ran Mockingjay through the Atmos system today, and I am more convinced than ever about the Tannoys. They blend in seamlessly. Free in-home demonstration available -- in Bend.
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Wow, congrats on the recognition and beautiful design. Nothing beats a little limelight once in awhile for hard work, right?

I'd buy you a case of Guinness just to hear those 4 subs punching through MJ's "This Is It", and the soundtrack to Slumdog Millionaire. Two of my favorites for showing off my setup. So how hard was it to dial in those subwoofers with the rest of the system?

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In a word ............ Excellent !
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The satisfaction you get when you do the work your self is amazing. Well done!
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Hey Cory -- That's the problem with a well executed home theater. Huge portions of the expense and work and attention to detail are hidden from view, it all looks so innocent. But we know better -- we just devoured all the gory details in this HTOM article!

Having experienced your fantastic room first-hand, before the sub upgrade, I can only imagine how the new woofs and the eventual Atmos addition will sound.

BTW, ran Mockingjay through the Atmos system today, and I am more convinced than ever about the Tannoys. They blend in seamlessly. Free in-home demonstration available -- in Bend.
Hi Roger,

Room has changed so much since your last visit.............................those four woofers really place the smack down on room!

I'm beating myself up on what to do with Atmos speakers.................but I've come to the conclusion your idea on Tannoys seem to be the best solution. The Di6Dc's are just too deep to fit in 8-1/4" deep cloud, so reluctantly I'm most likely going to install the Di5Dc knowing FR is not down to 80 Hz. I've experienced crossovers in system up to 100 Hz and feel upper mid-bass sounds better. Localization is not distinguishable so I'm thinking Di5Dc's will work fine. I'm looking at 8-9 ft from driver to ears of MLP..............besides, I don't really move dial beyond -8 on Marantz so lower SPL going from Di6Dc to Di5Dc's shouldn't be an issue.

It's getting time for me to organize a visit to your room. My Son has applied for a teaching position in Sisters and has his old football coach is pushing administration to hire him so he can add to his football staff. If he lands position, I'll be visiting Bend area more often! Can't wait to hear your room!

BTW, when I'm all done with installation.........waiting on HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 compliant processor ie. Marantz 8802 this Summer..............you'll have to come over for another visit!
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Wow, congrats on the recognition and beautiful design. Nothing beats a little limelight once in awhile for hard work, right?

I'd buy you a case of Guinness just to hear those 4 subs punching through MJ's "This Is It", and the soundtrack to Slumdog Millionaire. Two of my favorites for showing off my setup. So how hard was it to dial in those subwoofers with the rest of the system?
Subs were not too difficult to dial in...............with all four at 1/4 space front and back, variation FR from seat to seat is at most 2 db's across spectrum. Testing with one JTR S2 up front, seat to seat variation was at most 6-7 db's which was significant. The Minidsp Open Drc was really easy to work with one I received a working unit. Minidsp was great about replacing unit which was dead on arrival. I basically have two subs running off each channel from Open Dcr to amp. Peavey ipr 7500 amp has plenty of oommp to drive all four subs.............well, at least for me.
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The satisfaction you get when you do the work your self is amazing. Well done!
Not to mention how much savings can be had building room yourself! All the bids I received to do work was crazy...................figured I'd be better off doing myself anyway........ie I'd be happier with end product!

Thanks for the complements!
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Congrats on HToTM: Absolutely well deserved!!! What a way to go!!! Kidding aside, I'll be joining you in the pursuit of Atmos implementation...just too many unknowns still at this point with HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2, DTS:X, etc. The journey will be fun never the less.
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I'm beating myself up on what to do with Atmos speakers.................but I've come to the conclusion your idea on Tannoys seem to be the best solution. The Di6Dc's are just too deep to fit in 8-1/4" deep cloud,
I may be misunderstanding, but they will fit in an 8" high enclosure. See the diagram.[/QUOTE]
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