Originally Posted by osofast240sx
can i use a curve screen with a AE3000 without a lense temporary?
Yes, many people do it. You will get a bit of a barrel distortion but it is nothing you will See during normal movie watching.
Originally Posted by DaGamePimp
Awesome , still cannot believe that was a garage
, amazing work Ruben
Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn
Once again Ruben,fantastic theater !!! That lens is very cool, zooms down to 10mm ? !
Thanks Art. Your theater was the inspiration for mine. I use to always reference your build threads for ideas. The Lens goes down to 10mm. However I just picked up the new Canon 5D MKII and that lens doesn't work on that camera. So now I need to find another lens for the new camera.
Originally Posted by JDirty
Hey sandman, Im up in boynton and besides the HOA did you need any permits before you started? I figure since we are both in palm beach county you would have some insight. I am going to have an inspector out for the electrical, but just wondering if I needed to pull permits. The project is exactly the same situation as yours, room within the garage.
Thanks in adavance
The city wants their money. You will need to pull permits if you plan on doing it the right way.
Originally Posted by MKtheater
I have never scene this thread before. I spend most of my time on the audio section. I am redoing my theater and started looking over here. I have to say this is one of the best looking theaters I have ever scene. It is beautiful. You have given me some great ideas. I will combine some things from your room and Arts room. Again, awesome work. Are you using the Klipsch THX ultra 2 speakers? That is what I see behind the screen on the first page. I can see my equipment in that room. Just imagine the Klipsch on steroids.
Thanks MK. Yes I am using the Klipsch THX Ultra II's and a Danley DTS-20 sub.
Originally Posted by indygreg
i am glad to see someone installing a 777. i bought one when i built my theater and i have taken so long to finish it that i was starting to think that it was an antique by today's standards. i still think it throws a great image and i love all the lumens. besides i like the way it looks on the ceiling so much that i hate to think about someday replacing it with a pj that is 1/3 it's size and throws a better image.
the new screenwall looks really great ruben!
Thanks Greg. I still enjoy the 777. I just don't like the screen door it has at the first row viewing distance. Since I sit in the back, I don't see much screen door except occasionally in real bright scenes.
Originally Posted by dolby0102
What type of attachment did you end up using to attached the star ceiling panels the the ceiling? z-clips? Thanks.
Furring strips and brad nails and I think some industrial velcro stapled to the panels and furring strips.
Originally Posted by Riblet
There is always some shop in the area that will order exactly what you want, and hold in quarantine for a few weeks for you taking away the risk of internet livestock purchase. The store is willing to do it because they get to display an unusual creature that could generate more sales at little risk to themselves, since you have already paid for it. You get a guaranteed healthy creature of the exact species you want. Plus, there are reef clubs in your area you may want to check out.
Awesome screen shots and work on your theater by the way!
Thanks. I went looking at reef two weeks ago without finding anything interesting. I may have to join those reef clubs.
Originally Posted by Dark Regent
Your theater is a work of art my friend.
Thank you my friend.
Originally Posted by luketo
Wow I'm really at the end of this thread. It was great!!!! Nice job Ruben.