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post #931 of 1046
Here is my theater. I've put 600+ hours on the bulb...we are loving it!

The screen is 145" AT 2.35. The wide angle makes it look smaller.

Finished pictures! (the wide angle makes it look a bit distorted...but you can see it all)












->Build thread here <--
Edited by Yzfbossman - 2/17/14 at 7:25pm
post #932 of 1046
WOW!
post #933 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Yzfbossman View Post

Here is my theater. I've put 600+ hours on the bulb...we are loving it!

The screen is 145" AT 2.35. The wide angle makes it look smaller.

Finished pictures! (the wide angle makes it look a bit distorted...but you can see it all)

->Build thread here <--

Very nice, love the blue color. Your 145" screen looks small because you have 6 seats across that theater. The is 50% more them most home theaters.
post #934 of 1046
Yzfbossman, stunning theater.

Here is my theater after a minor revamp. Switched speakers (stayed in the JTR family), switched to an AV8801 and added some room treatments:


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post #935 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Frohlich View Post

Yzfbossman, stunning theater.

Here is my theater after a minor revamp. Switched speakers (stayed in the JTR family), switched to an AV8801 and added some room treatments:


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Where did you get your diffuser and wall panels at? That looks really awesome!
post #936 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pain Infliction View Post

Where did you get your diffuser and wall panels at? That looks really awesome!

They are from vicousticusa.com. Found out about them from another thread on AVS (Kris Deering's thread about his total awesome room..you should see it…wow). I am anal about looks and couldn't find what I wanted until I stumbled across their products. They have some neat solutions and will likely buy more of their products in the future.
post #937 of 1046
Quick pics. I will post more once the theater will be fully completed hopefully next week.

Equipment :

Receiver : Sony STR DN1040
Projector : Sony VPL VW95ES
Blu-ray player : Sony BDP S790
Front speakers : KEF Q900
Center speaker : KEF Q600c
Surround speakers : KEF Q300
Surround back speakers : KEF Q300
Remote control : Logitech Harmony Ultimate



post #938 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pipapok View Post

Quick pics. I will post more once the theater will be fully completed hopefully next week.

Equipment :

Receiver : Sony STR DN1040
Projector : Sony VPL VW95ES
Blu-ray player : Sony BDP S790
Front speakers : KEF Q900
Center speaker : KEF Q600c
Surround speakers : KEF Q300
Surround back speakers : KEF Q300
Remote control : Logitech Harmony Ultimate




What are the dimensions of the room? With the wide angle lens it looks really long! Your theater looks fantastic! I love the walls and the the stone wall behind the screen. Do you have a build thread?
post #939 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pain Infliction View Post

What are the dimensions of the room? With the wide angle lens it looks really long! Your theater looks fantastic! I love the walls and the the stone wall behind the screen. Do you have a build thread?

Thanks for the compliment.

The room is 32' x 18'. I do not have a build thread but plan to post more pics once totally finished.

Feel free to ask for more info.
post #940 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pipapok View Post

Quick pics. I will post more once the theater will be fully completed hopefully next week.



Your room is 32' long? How far is your first row from the screen? How far is your back row from the back wall? What is your length of each riser? My room is about the same length, and it am still going through some adjustments for seating. Oh, also what size screen?
post #941 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pipapok View Post

Thanks for the compliment.

The room is 32' x 18'. I do not have a build thread but plan to post more pics once totally finished.

Feel free to ask for more info.

Wow, large room (long) and very unique. What are you doing for subs in that large of a space?

Love the stone wall and the side treatments.
post #942 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pipapok View Post

Quick pics. I will post more once the theater will be fully completed hopefully next week.

Equipment :

Receiver : Sony STR DN1040
Projector : Sony VPL VW95ES
Blu-ray player : Sony BDP S790
Front speakers : KEF Q900
Center speaker : KEF Q600c
Surround speakers : KEF Q300
Surround back speakers : KEF Q300
Remote control : Logitech Harmony Ultimate




Your room is stunning. Very nice!!!!
post #943 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pipapok View Post

Quick pics. I will post more once the theater will be fully completed hopefully next week.

Equipment :

Receiver : Sony STR DN1040
Projector : Sony VPL VW95ES
Blu-ray player : Sony BDP S790
Front speakers : KEF Q900
Center speaker : KEF Q600c
Surround speakers : KEF Q300
Surround back speakers : KEF Q300
Remote control : Logitech Harmony Ultimate

WOW! What a fantastic room. Your seating is enormous! You have used the space so well, I think you should be very happy for years to come.

I look forward to more pics. smile.gif
post #944 of 1046

Here is my humble theater , the room is 15x24 and acoustically treated:




You can see my rack in the lounge room next door.


Acoustical treatment: CorNing 701 1"upper side walls.
Soffits treatment : 3.5" Roxul with beadboard and black fabric.
Lower side walls: 2.5 cotton insulation and beadboard.
Back Corners: 4." Cotton insul traps with lose filled triangle of Mansfield batting.
Front wall and corners : wall 4." Cotton batting, corners 12" deep of batting by 24"wide with 5" cavity.
Ceiling : Roxul 3.5".
Back wall: Roxul 3.5".
Back center wall: diffuser.
Lighting: Luthron and Led stripp lights.
3D Projector: Panasonic AE8000.
Receiver: Denon 4311ci only as pre/pro.
Amps: 6 Crown XLS 1500 for all channels.
Speakers: All sealed,JTR t12's LCR, 6 t8's surr&backs.
Subwoofers: all custom sealed Rythmik , 3 f25's and two f15's total drivers:8 .
Game: PS3.
Blu-ray: Sony BDP 960 changer.
Rack: custom made.
Rack TV: 22" vizio mounted into rack.
Lounge furniture: By mordenline.
Theater seating: pallister.
Fabric: Red and Black DMD




PeterV
Edited by dragonleepenn - 2/23/14 at 10:38pm
post #945 of 1046
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Originally Posted by dragonleepenn View Post


Here is my humble theater , the room is 15x24 and acoustically treated:




You can see my rack in the lounge room next door.


Acoustical treatment: CorNing 701 1"upper side walls.
Soffits treatment : 3.5" Roxul with beadboard and black fabric.
Lower side walls: 2.5 cotton insulation and beadboard.
Back Corners: 4." Cotton insul traps with lose filled triangle of Mansfield batting.
Front wall and corners : wall 4." Cotton batting, corners 12" deep of batting by 24"wide with 5" cavity.
Ceiling : Roxul 3.5".
Back wall: Roxul 3.5".
Back center wall: diffuser.
Lighting: Luthron and Led stripp lights.
3D Projector: Panasonic AE8000.
Receiver: Denon 4311ci only as pre/pro.
Amps: 6 Crown XLS 1500 for all channels.
Speakers: All sealed,JTR t12's LCR, 6 t8's surr&backs.
Subwoofers: all custom sealed Rythmik , 3 f25's and two f15's total drivers:8 .
Game: PS3.
Blu-ray: Sony BDP 960 changer.
Rack: custom made.
Rack TV: 22" vizio mounted into rack.
Lounge furniture: By mordenline.
Theater seating: pallister.
Fabric: Red and Black DMD




PeterV

VERY NICE!!!

And I see you are a fellow JTR owner smile.gif
post #946 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Frohlich View Post

VERY NICE!!!

And I see you are a fellow JTR owner smile.gif[/quote



Yes! JTR's I absolutely love my JTR speakers they are the best for home theater as far as I'm concerned and will never want to go back . If I change them it would be for either the 212's or the new 215's , Jeff is a boy who understand how boys like their TOYs. biggrin.gif
Which JTR's do you have Frohlich?






PeterV
post #947 of 1046
...and the screen size?
post #948 of 1046
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Originally Posted by dragonleepenn View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Frohlich View Post

VERY NICE!!!

And I see you are a fellow JTR owner smile.gif



Yes! JTR's I absolutely love my JTR speakers they are the best for home theater as far as I'm concerned and will never want to go back . If I change them it would be for either the 212's or the new 215's , Jeff is a boy who understand how boys like their TOYs. biggrin.gif
Which JTR's do you have Frohlich?






PeterV

I just sold T12 L/R and T8 center and changed to the Noesis 212 L/R and custom Noesis center (228 body with 212 compression driver). I considered the 215s but they are just too big for my room. I would have had to re-arrange everything and I have two JTR S2 subs so I figured I had the bass department covered smile.gif
post #949 of 1046
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Originally Posted by inspector View Post

...and the screen size?



The screen is a Seymour center stage A.T. 235.1 and is 126" wide by 57" high.
post #950 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Frohlich View Post

I just sold T12 L/R and T8 center and changed to the Noesis 212 L/R and custom Noesis center (228 body with 212 compression driver). I considered the 215s but they are just too big for my room. I would have had to re-arrange everything and I have two JTR S2 subs so I figured I had the bass department covered smile.gif


I don't wanna take time on speakers so not to offend anyone, but how different are the t12's and the 212's from each other ? I'm still into my t12's but only time will tell if I make the switch. And when I do it have to be a switch of all the surrounds as well the mains. Your setup is killer love it, nice room and equipment very cool looking layout anyone would drool colors etc.




PeterV
Edited by dragonleepenn - 2/24/14 at 9:24am
post #951 of 1046
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Originally Posted by dragonleepenn View Post

The screen is a Seymour center stage A.T. 235.1 and is 126" wide by 57" high.

Wow...that's huge, but so is your HT!!! One of the most beautiful I've seen!!!!!
post #952 of 1046
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Originally Posted by dragonleepenn View Post

I don't wanna take time on speakers so not to offend anyone, but how different are the t12's and the 212's from each other ? I'm still into my t12's but only time will tell if I make the switch. And when I do it have to be a switch of all the surrounds as well the mains. Your setup is killer love it, nice room and equipment very cool looking layout anyone would drool colors etc.




PeterV

We can PM each other if you want specifics about my opinion but my high level feedback is for HT only (movies, video games) there isn't much of a difference between the T12 and the Noesis 212. The T12 were/are terrific HT speakers. The Noesis does start to seperate itself for 2 channel music or multi channel music. It has a very smooth, coherent sound that is non-fatiguing.
post #953 of 1046
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Originally Posted by inspector View Post

Wow...that's huge, but so is your HT!!! One of the most beautiful I've seen!!!!!


Thanks for the kind comments, their are many theaters around these forums that generated inspiration by design... really a fun hobby.





PeterV
post #954 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Frohlich View Post

We can PM each other if you want specifics about my opinion but my high level feedback is for HT only (movies, video games) there isn't much of a difference between the T12 and the Noesis 212. The T12 were/are terrific HT speakers. The Noesis does start to seperate itself for 2 channel music or multi channel music. It has a very smooth, coherent sound that is non-fatiguing.


Agree they do it best specifically movies/ games etc. I can see that , or should I say hear that! smile.gif





PeterV
post #955 of 1046
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Originally Posted by btinindy View Post

Wow, large room (long) and very unique. What are you doing for subs in that large of a space?

Love the stone wall and the side treatments.

Subs are two KEF Q400b. I initially thought it may not be dynamic enough, but it ends up very well.
post #956 of 1046
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Originally Posted by robinsj View Post

Your room is 32' long? How far is your first row from the screen? How far is your back row from the back wall? What is your length of each riser? My room is about the same length, and it am still going through some adjustments for seating. Oh, also what size screen?

Screen size is a 1:2.40 format in 180 inches.

Front row is at about 5 feet from the screen. The first riser is 70 inch in length. The second one is approximatively 10 feet long. This gives sufficient room behind the last row of seating.
post #957 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pipapok View Post

Screen size is a 1:2.40 format in 180 inches.

Front row is at about 5 feet from the screen. The first riser is 70 inch in length. The second one is approximatively 10 feet long. This gives sufficient room behind the last row of seating.

Do you mean your front row is 15' from your screen? 5' seems waaaaaay to close especially 180" screen. eek.gif
post #958 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pipapok View Post


Subs are two KEF Q400b. I initially thought it may not be dynamic enough, but it ends up very well.

Beautiful theatre!  I'm also glad to see another Kef-based sound system.  Mine is similar, but my room being smaller and having other constraints, I went with bookshelves rather than tower speakers: L/R and Wides = Q300x4. Ctr = Q600.  Subs = Q400 x 2 + Sony 8" sub from a previous system. Rear = Sony satellites (temporary) from a previous system but debating Q300s vs Q100s vs C1s.

post #959 of 1046
Quote:
Originally Posted by Pipapok View Post

Screen size is a 1:2.40 format in 180 inches.

Front row is at about 5 feet from the screen. The first riser is 70 inch in length. The second one is approximatively 10 feet long. This gives sufficient room behind the last row of seating.


Pipapok fantastic theater! Digg your room huge layout, lots of thought went into this project I can tell . One of the best I've seen, mine is the one after your post/pics.





PeterV
post #960 of 1046
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Originally Posted by Pain Infliction View Post

Do you mean your front row is 15' from your screen? 5' seems waaaaaay to close especially 180" screen. eek.gif

From the picture, that first couch sure looks a lot further away then 5'....
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