Front View Room
Left Side Room
Right Side Room
Heights in Room
Back Room with Couches
Back Room with Couches 2
Left Back Room
Right Back Room
Jl Audio Fathom F112 inc Cover
Jl Audio Fathom F112 no cover
Couches on a Riser
Back Wall Treated
Stewart Studiotek G3 Reference Screen
Pronto Remote TSU 9800
Denon AVP A1HD3D
Denon POA A1HD
Just Added 1/5/2013 Cool Components with thermocontroller
removed Antec Veris Cooler for Pre amp and Power Amp.
Oppo BD 93 Reg(A)
Oppo BD 93 Reg(B)
Sony BDP 380
Sony BDP 5000ES
Schneider lens for anamorphic on a Kino Linear sled.
Hi Avs Members
Welcome to my HT. I've been very passionate about HT for awhile know and it all began when I got married.
Ive always enjoyed movies since I was young but experienced my HT when I begged my wife for a HTIB. I promised her that I won't buy anything that had to do with Home Theatre again if she allowed me to buy it ( my wife still kicking herself saying why did I let him buy it )
It was RCA pro logic unit and I thought it was the best thing in the world, 14 years later and my addiction got the better of me.
My HT room had been originally treated by a HAA representative ( has gone through some changes ) and the room treatment they chose was by Fonics. Do room treatment make a difference? Yes it does!! a night and day difference.
My equipment is separated from my room.
I have 7 BD players and I use them all.
The story of 7 blu ray players.
When I moved to blu ray from HD DVD I used to own 4 ps3 two region A and two Region B. Once the players became readily available my first BD player was a panasonic dB BD 30 region A. Good player too. Denon then announced there first Transport player. I sold my 4 ps 3 BD players and had to get the transport. I love there design and the idea of them being a Transport. When the region B was available I had to get it too. The 2310 btci came about when I was looking through eBay and they were selling it for a steal. Why not I thought at that price how can I go wrong. I then bought an Oppo bd 80 multi region because I run CIH and it had subtitle shift. I also bought a Sony bdp 550 region B because I noticed there were some movies that didn't play well in all players so I needed another one for back up. But I found the sony did a great job.
I decided to sell the panasonic bd 30 and Sony bdp 550 and buy the Oppo bdp 93 and bdp 93 multi region( which I use as region B ). Waboman told me about the Oppo bdp 93 and the Sony bdp s5000es so I have to thank him for that. I was looking through audiogon one day and noticed they had a few Sony bdp s5000es left ( brand new ) so I decided to go for it. That player retailed for $2599Au and for $500Au delivered how can I pass that up.
I bought a server rack for my players so I had an empty shelve and I orderd the Phillips bdp 3000 available only in region B which I will use also. The good thing is the Dvdo Duo can accept up to 8 hdmi inputs.
My gear (equipment room)
- Denon Avp A1HD3D (XT32) 10 amp Kimber cable
- Denon POA A1HD 15amp Kimber cable
- Furman power SPR-16Ei stable regulator
- Dvdo Duo ISF calibrated.
- Audyssey Pro Kit
- 5x Philips Rfx 9600 extenders 4 being used.
- Jvc DLA RS60
- Schneider cine digi 1.33x lens
- Kino linear sled
- Power sheild Online UPS to power the Denon AVP A1HD
- Power shield UPS to power the JVC Hd 350 and Kino Linear Sled.
- MGE Online UPS powers the DVDO DUO and 4 Philips Rfx 9600 Extenders.
- Oppo bd -93(A)
- Oppo bd -93(B)
- Denon 2500btci
- Denon 2500bt
- Denon 2010btci
- Sony bdp s5000es (region A)
- Sony bdp 380(region B)
- Belkin routers
- 7 kordz hdmi EVS
- 1 Kordz hdmi EVX
2x 4 component cool fully loaded fans with thermo control
- Focal 1027BE Fronts
- Focal Cc1000BE Centre
- Sonance Virtuoso 834DR surrounds
- Focal inwall profile 908 rear surrounds
- Focal Chorus 706V (Heights)
- Room treatment : Fonics
- SUBS: 4x Jl Audio Fathoms F112
- 117" 2:37:1 Stewart Studio tech G3 screen
- 2x Philips tsu 9800 one kept for spare.
Samsung monitor to let me know what my AVP is doing.
Room Calibrated by certified HAA representative. I added Audyssey Eq Pro for the EQ and does an awesome job.
Well thats it. Who knows where it will go in the next 10 years but I hope I can still enjoy it.
This was my old theatre. I didnt mind it but what annoyed me the most was the height of the screen, if there was a problem changing a cable or locating the problem it was an effort ( literally had to rip everything out and lay down inside the cabinet which was very uncomfortable and it took me at least 2 hours + minimum ) and upgrading it . I had to then rerun audyssey everytime and I got sick of it. When I built my home in 2000 I had a room behind me which was used for storage but the wife gave approval a few years back to put my gear in a server unit and I never looked back since then.
Edited by Franin - 5/5/13 at 12:01am