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bsoko2 NEW HT, June 2012

post #1 of 24
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HT ROOM for Movies only:

Med to Large bedroom that is 12 X 19 viewing area with a 6 X 8 (approx) added floorspace to the left rear going out to the hallway.

Before
400

Before
400

Before
400

Hallway door to HT Room
640

Door
400

Front Stage with JTR Quintuple's, Mitsu 82" dlp, & dual Submersives (I did have 4, went back to 2)- one per front corner.



Room has GIK Acoustics package with corner bass traps, super bass traps in the rear, and the rest of the traps are 244's. Rack with a Integra DHC80.3 & Onkyo 9-channel amp PA-MC5500 (4 ohms @ 300 wpc). XT32 and all speaker crossovers are at 60 hz, Oppo 93, Direct TV satillite box, Darbee vision darblet feeding my Mitsu 82" DLP TV, Monster HTPS 7000, and for older HDDVD movies - Tosh XA2. L & R, C speakers are JTR Quintuples, and all Surrounds are JTR Triple 8's. Dual Submersives HP subs pgm2 applied, and they are placed in the front corners. Feeding the equipment are 2 dedicated 20 amp lines. Seats are Pavillion Red Leather Home Theater Seating with 2 rows of 3. Rear seats are on a 12" riser.

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It's been alot of fun doing all of this and I have about 7 days into it all.


LIVING ROOM SETUP for TV only:


Living room setup is Polk RT5000 with all RT55's with mains and surrounds, fx1000p L&R Surr. Setup is 7.2 with Denon 4311ci and dual MFW-15 subwoofers. Nice for watching regular TV shows and news. No movies watched here as that is what the HT Room is for.

Thanx, Bill
Edited by bsoko2 - 1/8/14 at 5:55pm
post #2 of 24
Looks AWESOME Bill! Congrats. The red chairs are incredible. They look really comfy, but the red leather looks really bold and beautiful. I'm sure the sound is spectacular, with those speakers, driven by the electronics and the Submersives. I wish I lived near Olympia, WA. I'd be spending a lot of time at your house! smile.gif

Craig
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Thanx Craig, it finally came together and the audio is spectacular.
post #4 of 24
Wow, very, very cool. I'll certianly continue to keep up with your contributions,...always a pleasure.

You've got some serious firepower there, and it's nice to see some acoustic treatments,.....and yeah I really dig the seating.



Best of luck, thanks for sharing. Very, very cool system cool.gif
post #5 of 24
Wow your system looks top notch, those speakers look like they can pump out some serious sound. Those chairs look really nice too.
post #6 of 24
Sorry to hear the circumstances of the rooms availability. You have created an awesome space that I'm sure sounds incredible. Enjoy it well!
post #7 of 24
Great speakers! I agree, i bet it sounds great in that room,and yes acoustic panels for the win nice color choice smile.gif
post #8 of 24
A whole lotta Awesome Gear there - in a very cool space!!! eek.gif Nicely done Bill! cool.gif
post #9 of 24
Very nice what you did to your room and most respect to say I am sorry to hear you lost your wife, but I am sure she's happily in a better place and now enjoy watching movies with you.
post #10 of 24
Bosko2, sorry to hear about your wife passing. I hope your room helps conjure up happy memories of your time together. I bet it sounds wonderful.
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post #11 of 24
Link in your profile = hilarious!! Love Sheldon. Maybe I'll try that next time I go to the movies lol. BTW, great setup you have. Do you listen at reference levels?
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Originally Posted by freeyayo50 View Post

Link in your profile = hilarious!! Love Sheldon. Maybe I'll try that next time I go to the movies lol. BTW, great setup you have. Do you listen at reference levels?

Listen from -5 to reference, depends on material.
post #13 of 24
I bet a movie is just incredible in your room!
post #14 of 24
great setup!!
post #15 of 24
You have single-handedly caused me to look at the contents of the JTR website with lust. lol....That theater is excellent.....Now, as someone who is at the threshold of upgrading subs, i must ask--what made you go with the Seaton Submersives v.s. the JTR Captivators?

P.S. That "The Hunger Games" poster - sheer excellence.
post #16 of 24
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Haven't heard the Caps but Seaton has an excellent rep and the Submersive has been around for awhile with no issues. Shootout between the Submersive and Caps are so close some of the people involved had a hard time between the two. I have had 18" subs in the past but prefer the dual 15" model sealed SQ having had Quad Empires a year or so ago.
post #17 of 24
This theatre looks nice the chairs,the treatment, the gear awesome
post #18 of 24
bsoko2 --

What? You didn't keep the reindeers? wink.gif
post #19 of 24
Love the red chairs!!!
post #20 of 24
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Originally Posted by Archaea View Post

bsoko2 --
What? You didn't keep the reindeers? wink.gif

They didn't go with the chairs!
Edited by bsoko2 - 10/6/12 at 2:49pm
post #21 of 24
Oh man! Triple 8's on surround duty...

You sir, are my hero! What an excellent system you have put togther there.

Very well thought out and executed. Enjoy!
post #22 of 24
Bsoko2-

Sorry if I missed it, but, what are you using for a pre-pro?

BTW, I have enjoyed reading your posts since back around 2008 watching how your knowledge and system have progressed. Of the most interest to me is how you handled your Sub-EQ as that is my latest endeavor.

SO sorry to hear about your wife.

David
post #23 of 24
Very nice - was always intrigued by JTR, but could never get a demo...
post #24 of 24
Damn looking good! I could only wish to have a front stage of JTR speakers but you got em all around!
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