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post #811 of 1051
GREAT USE OF SPACE snowkarver!!!!! Goes to show no matter how big or small a room is, they can all look and sound amazing with proper planning.
post #812 of 1051
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Originally Posted by snowkarver View Post

OK, I think I'm pretty much done with my second build. It's a 2.35 setup in a 10' x 10' space.

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That is an awesome and intimate-sized room!
One question; behind the sofa and under the projector is that bass trapping on the back wall?
post #813 of 1051
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Originally Posted by cuzed2 View Post

That is an awesome and intimate-sized room!
One question; behind the sofa and under the projector is that bass trapping on the back wall?

Thanks guys.

No, the projector is recessed into what used to be a window well. The bass traps are in the rear corners (16" triangular superchunk) and also a rear soffit trap behind the light tray (it's open to 16" of fiberglass and covered with fabric).
post #814 of 1051
That IS a very interesting small space. Love the colors. Wish you were closer, would liek to see/hear it in person.
post #815 of 1051
Work in progress

post #816 of 1051
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Originally Posted by deewan View Post

Check out my equipment list for how I stream my ripped Blu-Ray collection to my projector. It's much like using the PS3. And you can use the PS3 too, just have to have the correct file type

Very informative. I'm getting a better idea now and may invest in a nas. seems like it would be useful not just for movies.
Question. How exaclty do you get your movie collection into the NAS?
I have approximately 400 dvd's and about 50 blu rays. Please dont tell me i have to somehow rip them one at a time eek.gif.
Also what file type to you have your movies in? is it ISO? avi? wmv?

Thanks
post #817 of 1051
Of course you have to rip every one. How else will they get on your hard drive/server? There is a lot for you to learn from media streamers, HTPC's, servers/nas, file types, and much much more. Start looking into the "networking, media servers, and content streaming" threads. You can do amazing things such as custom intros and movie trailers, and trivia. The sky is the limit. Good luck
post #818 of 1051
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Work in progress


Looks good, but I want to suggest centering the center speaker with the TV for best imaging and fung shway. tongue.gif
post #819 of 1051
WIP LOL

it will be centered attached to the wall as soon as I get the new TV
post #820 of 1051
Here's an update to my 130" diag Scope HT (or UltraWide or 2.35:1 or ??).
Full 11.3 via Denon 4520CI + Emotiva amp, and added fronts/wides for 11 mains/center/surrounds and 3 subs for LFE give a 11.3 set-up
(I have the IB 4 x 15" line array on Sub1 and both 18" and 15" SI cubes on Sub2, so technically a 11.2 I guess).
Those 18" and 15" SI drivers in sealed cab's along front wall and side wall help flatten the in room response in my 2 row, 8 seat, 11.3 HT.

The panorama stitching in PSE made the curved look to the ceiling acoustic clouds, they are straight in real world.
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Rear view:
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Layout:
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Edited by mtbdudex - 1/5/14 at 6:26pm
post #821 of 1051
Here it is.
After a full year of blood, sweat and tears.
I'm still saving for the matching set of seating for the back row.



The Theater
























The Lobby and Bar


























post #822 of 1051
I took these with my cel phone which is not the greatest camera. I don't think you are ever done with your home theater, but this is after building my riser and getting my Berkline home theater chairs. I did this entire home theater for under 3K including the chairs, projector,100" Elite screen, raceway crown molding, Polk in-wall speakers, Polk in-ceiling speakers, 12 acoustic panels, two Klipsch subs, JBL ES80 floorstanders. It may not be the most beautiful home theater, but we love our budget home theater room.

Mrs. Soodave standing next to my Elite 100" motorized screen.


Mrs. Sojodave relaxing in the Berkline Reno home theater chairs.


View from the front of the room.


View from the back of the room.

Edited by sojodave - 10/6/13 at 11:57am
post #823 of 1051
^^^^^ Those pics make me want to start a "post your wife in your theater" thread. Lol biggrin.gif

Enjoy your theater and thanks for posting
post #824 of 1051
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^^^^^ Those pics make me want to start a "post your wife in your theater" thread. Lol biggrin.gif

Enjoy your theater and thanks for posting

Well, my wife would win the "Hottest over 50 award" !!!! tongue.gif


Too many times the misses has been mistaken for my daughter!!! rolleyes.gif

So................................what does that say about me? biggrin.gif
post #825 of 1051
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Originally Posted by Pain Infliction View Post

^^^^^ Those pics make me want to start a "post your wife in your theater" thread.

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post #826 of 1051
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Originally Posted by doublewing11 View Post

Well, my wife would win the "Hottest over 50 award" !!!! tongue.gif


Too many times the misses has been mistaken for my daughter!!! rolleyes.gif

So................................what does that say about me? biggrin.gif
. That your very rich! Lmao.
post #827 of 1051
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Lmao Spaceman!
post #828 of 1051
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Hahahaha!!!
post #829 of 1051
I guess I should have read that more carefully. I read "paste your favorite swimsuit model in your theater", not "post your wife in your theater". My bad.
post #830 of 1051
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I guess I should have read that more carefully. I read "paste your favorite swimsuit model in your theater", not "post your wife in your theater". My bad.

Stop posting pictures of my wife! biggrin.gif
post #831 of 1051
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Originally Posted by jautor View Post

Stop posting pictures of my wife! biggrin.gif

Wife?

She told me she wasn't married before we started dating.
post #832 of 1051
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Originally Posted by JeffreyJonesBSME View Post

Wife?

She told me she wasn't married before we started dating.
. Hahaha.

Somebody start the thread. I am too chicken to do it. Lol.
post #833 of 1051






Equipment:

Onkyo TX-NR5009
Klipsch RF7-II
Klipsch Center
2 Rythmik FV15 HP's
1 Velodyne CHT-15
ZBOX HTPC
Crown XLS1000 Power Amplifier with 6 Bass shakers
XBOX
Sony BDPS790 3D Blu-ray Player
Qnap 3TB NAS
Western Digital MyBook 2 TB
DirecTV Genie
Elite Screens 135"
Epson 6010
Darbee Darblet

All work was done by my father and myself. Only thing hired out was the mud and tape.
post #834 of 1051
Nice job Viper. You have similar screen to wall ratios as the HT I want to build. Are you planning on making a construction or before/after thread. I am very keen on seeing it. What is the width of your room?
post #835 of 1051
Thank you very much Jonny, we put a lot of time into it but it was totally worth it.

As for the dimensions, the room is 24' long and 15' wide.

I would really like to do a build thread and I had full intentions of doing so, but as it turns out I really didn't take many pictures. Dumb on my part, but if I can gather enough pictures to make it worth the cause I will certainly do so.
post #836 of 1051
Great job viper. I love looking at everyone's home theater...HT PORN :-)
post #837 of 1051

A little something I threw together...

 

 

Speakers and Amps by California Audio Technology, Display Development HD3 Projector, 185" Stewart Filmscreens screen.  Eleven subwoofers.  Yeah.

post #838 of 1051
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Originally Posted by robertintemple View Post

A little something I threw together...

 

 

Speakers and Amps by California Audio Technology, Display Development HD3 Projector, 185" Stewart Filmscreens screen.  Eleven subwoofers.  Yeah.


Since this is your 1st post here at AVS, welcome.
Did you conceive and build this yourself?


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post #839 of 1051
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Originally Posted by robertintemple View Post

A little something I threw together...






Speakers and Amps by California Audio Technology, Display Development HD3 Projector, 185" Stewart Filmscreens screen.  Eleven subwoofers.  Yeah.

Couldn't affort the twelfth subwoofer..too bad. I kid...I kid. Looks terrific and I am sure it sounds fantastic as well.
post #840 of 1051
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Eleven subwoofers. 

One below each channel, or how do have you placed them?
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