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post #151 of 602
I know you are trying to build a theater, but what about more pics of that huge fish tank?
post #152 of 602
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Originally Posted by AndreasMergner View Post

I know you are trying to build a theater, but what about more pics of that huge fish tank?

I took some pics of the filters last night and I will try and get some of the tank today.
post #153 of 602
I posted this elsewhere but may as well bung it in here as well ...



The idea is to have low backed chairs to keep out of the way of the audio, but with a narrow head rest for when I want to kick back and relax.

The nearest I've come up with so far is this made in Brissy ...



by Aussie Comfort Lounges

The main reason for wanting someone close is so I can visit them to sort out all the details, and make sure they're right !!
post #154 of 602
What about Topform? about $1500 each



John Cootes Furntirue sell a cheap row of seats (like $1500)....trash I guess but cheap

Or what about these?



Or these?



Or these?



Or these?

post #155 of 602
Peter,

You've got me confused ... none of them have a reduced width head rest ? Or was your post directed at Dave who's thread we are happily hijacking !!
post #156 of 602
Ah crap, sorry.....been a long day

.....not a chance, thats the first one I have seen with heads like that

Dave - want me to delete these posts?
post #157 of 602
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Originally Posted by Elill View Post

Ah crap, sorry.....been a long day

.....not a chance, thats the first one I have seen with heads like that

Dave - want me to delete these posts?

No, of coarse not. Not a chance this thread can be hijacked, b/c I am interested too! Peter, that goes for you too!!

I like these, what are they?

post #158 of 602
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Originally Posted by JapanDave View Post

No, of coarse not. Not a chance this thread can be hijacked, b/c I am interested too! Peter, that goes for you too!!

I like these, what are they?


They're seats.



Just kidding. I think they're these seats:

http://www.imgcomfort.com/Products/H...ivani-MSS.aspx
post #159 of 602
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Originally Posted by flyng_fool View Post

They're seats.



Just kidding. I think they're these seats:

http://www.imgcomfort.com/Products/H...ivani-MSS.aspx

LOL, I asked for that!
post #160 of 602
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Some more updates,

These are of the filters for the fish tank upstairs behind that littel sound proof door,



More pipes than one cares to count.





And we finally have fabric on some panels!!!



Some pics of the panels.



Sorry about the plastic, but it is still pretty dusty down there, you will all just have to wait for the big unveiling!

post #161 of 602
Those filter pipes are serious business.

You are making quick progress and it looks very good. Do you have to tell the 15 workers to stand behind you while you take the pictures?
post #162 of 602
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Originally Posted by JapanDave View Post

Here is a close up pic of the 2000g tank. The biggest fish on the left is about 3' long for size reference.


If this is a fresh water tank what kind of fish are those? There are some really colorful fish in there for fresh water.

I've had several tanks over the years, never getting over 75 gallons though, at best I could be called "novice" when it comes aquariums. Yours is a beaut! I've wanted for a long time to take a crack at a 200g brackish aquarium, but never had the money.

A bad arse aquarium to match a bad arse theater.
post #163 of 602
First Impressions make this Chair they will custom it to your liking.
LL
post #164 of 602
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Originally Posted by premiertrussman View Post

If this is a fresh water tank what kind of fish are those? There are some really colorful fish in there for fresh water.

I've had several tanks over the years, never getting over 75 gallons though, at best I could be called "novice" when it comes aquariums. Yours is a beaut! I've wanted for a long time to take a crack at a 200g brackish aquarium, but never had the money.

A bad arse aquarium to match a bad arse theater.

There some Datnoid (tiger fish), peacock bass, asian arowana, flagtail , a whole heap of bichirs(long skinny fish and a heap of others that are not in the pics.
post #165 of 602
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I just got a call from the carpet guy and he is slated in to lay the carpet on Monday. Once that goes in I should be pretty close to being able to put on the first bit of music in the room.
post #166 of 602
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Just remembered , what is everyone using for strip lights for their accent lighting?

I found some 13mm diameter LED lights that are spaced 1" apart and have a watt rating of 18w per 1m on the net.


Yesterday I threw up some Christmas LED rope lights around the sofits and they did not light up the ceiling nearly enough. What is the minimum wattage per meter that I would need to light up the ceiling?
post #167 of 602
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Originally Posted by JapanDave View Post

No, of coarse not. Not a chance this thread can be hijacked, b/c I am interested too! Peter, that goes for you too!!

I like these, what are they?


Following the link in the picture properties, I found this ...

IMG Comfort

Sorry ... didn't see the link above !!
post #168 of 602
These are superb chairs.....its pretty much what I'd get for my room if we were doing it today....I'd get the individual ones though....2 nice chairs table in between.....purdy

Edit: Peter M, the only things I can find with headrests like that are dentist recliners.....some dont look half bad but custom would be cheaper as they have lifts etc in them. The other option is Recaro's but you'd need seperate foot rests and the look isn't for everyone
post #169 of 602
C'mon Dave ... you know you want them ... how expensive could they be ... they're only made in Norway !!
post #170 of 602
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More pics,

All the wood trim is up an in place around the soffits face and columns.



The wood around the column.







A pic of the back of the room.



A pic of the front above the stage. Still has the painters tape on there.

post #171 of 602
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Originally Posted by JapanDave View Post

Just remembered , what is everyone using for strip lights for their accent lighting?

Do a search on ebay for "rgb led strip 44 -flash 10m" and see what you get. Then go on youtube and do a search for "rgb led strip 5050" to see how bright they are and how they work. I have ordered 10M about 9 days ago, but they come from China so it might be another week. I will be "reviewing" them on my thread. For $90 they come with the LED strip, remote, controller and power supply. You'll be able to change colors, dim, flash and color-sweep using an IR remote. You could then program that into your super remote/Harmony if you get one.
post #172 of 602
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Originally Posted by AndreasMergner View Post

Do a search on ebay for "rgb led strip 44 -flash 10m" and see what you get. Then go on youtube and do a search for "rgb led strip 5050" to see how bright they are and how they work. I have ordered 10M about 9 days ago, but they come from China so it might be another week. I will be "reviewing" them on my thread. For $90 they come with the LED strip, remote, controller and power supply. You'll be able to change colors, dim, flash and color-sweep using an IR remote. You could then program that into your super remote/Harmony if you get one.

If I could get some LED's with an IR remote, that would tie in perfectly with what I am going with in my other lighting. I will do the search for sure. Thanks.
post #173 of 602
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Well , the theater is almost finished. I ran out of black fabric , so the screen wall can't be finished until next week.

Some pics for the upadate,

Finally got the down lights in and working,



Speakers in the baffle wall,



Apic of the back of the room,



A pic of the ceiling with the treatmenst in place.



Some ceiling pics of the acoustic cloud,



Speakers ready to be set in the baffle wall.

post #174 of 602
Great room. The catalysts look huge - can't wait to see the subs in place.

I don't know if I missed it, but you give some details on the acoustic cloud? Thanks.
post #175 of 602
Just looking at your front wall on my computer screen has my adrenaline flowing, you must be bouncing off the ceiling.
post #176 of 602
I really like the way the room is looking. Those catalysts are quite impressive.

What do you think about the mounting bolts for the sound treatment panels? I'm trying to decide how I want to mount mine. I would like a secure, non rattling, and removable method. I don't think seeing your mounting bolts looks bad at all.
post #177 of 602
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Originally Posted by whumpf View Post

Great room. The catalysts look huge - can't wait to see the subs in place.

I don't know if I missed it, but you give some details on the acoustic cloud? Thanks.

The catalysts are huge!

They are made with 1" OC 703 and have pegboard under that, followed by the GOM. They are mounted 1" from the ceiling.
post #178 of 602
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Originally Posted by Hughman View Post

Just looking at your front wall on my computer screen has my adrenaline flowing, you must be bouncing off the ceiling.

Thanks, I am, I can't wait to get everything setup.
post #179 of 602
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Originally Posted by AndreasMergner View Post

I really like the way the room is looking. Those catalysts are quite impressive.

What do you think about the mounting bolts for the sound treatment panels? I'm trying to decide how I want to mount mine. I would like a secure, non rattling, and removable method. I don't think seeing your mounting bolts looks bad at all.

Actually, they look quite good. They are bolts with button covers on them. This way they are completely rattle free.
post #180 of 602
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Originally Posted by JapanDave View Post

Actually, they look quite good. They are bolts with button covers on them. This way they are completely rattle free.

Thanks for the info! I'm been wracking my brain trying to figure out how to mount my frames. I found these here: http://www.pro-dec.com With free shipping, I can order a few different colors to see how they look.
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