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post #61 of 1228
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New Pic with Center Moved
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New Pic with Center Moved

FRANK It look very nice ,well done.
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FRANK It look very nice ,well done.

Thanks
post #64 of 1228
Hi Frank,
Very nice set up,sure the family loves it too.
Cheers Victor.
MY SYSTEM.
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1136036
post #65 of 1228
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Hi Frank,
Very nice set up,sure the family loves it too.
Cheers Victor.
MY SYSTEM.
Victor Tubeman setup

Thankyou
post #66 of 1228
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Awhile back I ended up installing a dedicated 32AMP switch in my HT room which is soley for the Furman. The Furman powers both Fathoms 112 and the Denon POA A1HD.


post #67 of 1228
I am indeed jealous my friend. Very nice look and your system must sound spectacular. I love the look of your speakers.
post #68 of 1228
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This is how my setup looks while watching the movie. I used a basic camera so the shot might not be the best.

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What can I say? Wow! Very impressive, my friend.

P.S. Anymore screen shots?
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What can I say? Wow! Very impressive, my friend.

P.S. Anymore screen shots?

Thanks Waboman. The Photo doesn't really do it any justice as its a **** camera worth $129AU. I will try to take more. I had to take more than 20+ photo to at least get a semi descent one.
post #71 of 1228
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Awhile back I ended up installing a dedicated 32AMP switch in my HT room which is soley for the Furman. The Furman powers both Fathoms 112 and the Denon POA A1HD.

Very cool.
post #72 of 1228
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This is how my setup looks while watching the movie. I used a basic camera so the shot might not be the best.


I love this shot! While some don't want any lights being visible, I personally happen to really like the lights of equipment.

Nice pic Frank.


Seth
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I am indeed jealous my friend. Very nice look and your system must sound spectacular. I love the look of your speakers.

Thankyou pcweber111.
post #74 of 1228
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I love this shot! While some don't want any lights being visible, I personally happen to really like the lights of equipment.

Nice pic Frank.


Seth

Thanks Seth. Honestly is doesn't bother me at all you tend to forget their there when your watching a movie.
post #75 of 1228
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Thanks I will keep you posted on it, they also use UPS mail so that good.

How did you go hdblu ?
post #76 of 1228
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This is how my setup looks while watching the movie. I used a basic camera so the shot might not be the best.



Really, really nice!!
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Really, really nice!!

Thanks ddgtr.
post #78 of 1228
Frank,

You have one of the nicest room and rigs I have ever seen! There are many that go completely over the top with their HT rooms. The way I would describe it to somebody that hasn't seen it would be like describing a beautiful, high end sports car. Very clean lines, a 1000 horsepower engine and perfect color combination.

I am most envious and your rig is easily one if the nicest, if not the best I have ever seen. Giant props to you, my friend...Will
post #79 of 1228
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Frank,

You have one of the nicest room and rigs I have ever seen! There are many that go completely over the top with their HT rooms. The way I would describe it to somebody that hasn't seen it would be like describing a beautiful, high end sports car. Very clean lines, a 1000 horsepower engine and perfect color combination.

I am most envious and your rig is easily one if the nicest, if not the best I have ever seen. Giant props to you, my friend...Will

Thanks for your kind words Will
post #80 of 1228
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Originally Posted by Will Munshower View Post

Frank,

You have one of the nicest room and rigs I have ever seen! There are many that go completely over the top with their HT rooms. The way I would describe it to somebody that hasn't seen it would be like describing a beautiful, high end sports car. Very clean lines, a 1000 horsepower engine and perfect color combination.

I am most envious and your rig is easily one if the nicest, if not the best I have ever seen. Giant props to you, my friend...Will

Definitely one of the nicest HT's out there.
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Definitely one of the nicest HT's out there.

Thank you Seth
post #82 of 1228
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I have been asked a few times via PM how the carpet on the wall was laid so Ive added some more pics Here regarding the installation of my carpet on the wall.
post #83 of 1228
Very nicely done Franin. It looks like the best place for the family to enjoy each others company.

This might seem ignorant, but I am curious, so here's my question, were you able to get most of the equipment locally or did you have to pay alot in shipping cost? Because when I retire, I'm really thinking Australia.
post #84 of 1228
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Very nicely done Franin. It looks like the best place for the family to enjoy each others company.

This might seem ignorant, but I am curious, so here's my question, were you able to get most of the equipment locally or did you have to pay alot in shipping cost? Because when I retire, I'm really thinking Australia.

Thanks hometheatregeek

Most of my equipment was bought locally only the pronto and the rf extender were bought in the states.
You will love it here, Australia is a nice place to live
post #85 of 1228
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Hopefully with 10 days my new screen should arrive.Im updating to a new Stewart Studiotech G3 2:37:1 117" screen.
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Hopefully with 10 days my new screen should arrive.Im updating to a new Stewart Studiotech G3 2:37:1 117" screen.

A new Stewart Studiotech screen, that is awesome Frank! And I thought it looked damn good now, can't wait to see what it'll look like with the new screen.

I just saw that screen shot of T2 with that close up of Linda Hamilton, all I can say is WOW! I think you did an excellent job taking that pic.


Seth
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A new Stewart Studiotech screen, that is awesome Frank! And I thought it looked damn good now, can't wait to see what it'll look like with the new screen.

I just saw that screen shot of T2 with that close up of Linda Hamilton, all I can say is WOW! I think you did an excellent job taking that pic.


Seth

Thanks seth, still learning though how to take good pics
post #88 of 1228
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Thanks seth, still learning though how to take good pics

Well I think you did one hell of a job!
post #89 of 1228
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Well I think you did one hell of a job!

Thanks Seth!
post #90 of 1228
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Hopefully with 10 days my new screen should arrive.Im updating to a new Stewart Studiotech G3 2:37:1 117" screen.

Congrats Frank!! Your current setup is already insane, can't wait to see the new addition!
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