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Our media room was originally planned to be just a large flat screen tv and surround sound. Over the last year, with research, construction of the room and obsessive buying habits this has escalated from what was originally planned and I think I have updated almost everything twice since starting.

Below is a current listing of the equipment in the room as it progresses and below that are pictures of the finished room/

VIDEO
Projector: JVC RS1 1080p
Screen: Stewart FireHawk Deluxe Fixed Frame Screen 110" (54" x 96") HDTV Format

SPEAKERS - MTX In-Wall Speakers - 7.1 Setup
1 MTX ( HT2625W ) Dual 6 1/2" 2-Way In-Wall Video Shielded Center Channel
2 MTX ( HT520BDP ) 5 1/2" 2-Way In-Wall BI-POLE/DI-POLE Surround Speaker
2 MTX ( HT825W ) 8" 2—Way Rectangular Pair
2 MTX ( HT8253W ) 8" 3—Way Video Shielded Rectangular
1 Subwoofer - SVS PB12-Plus/2

Equipment Closet
Component Rack : MIDDLE ATLANTIC Slim 5 Rack 21-Space
Blu-ray : Sony PS3
HD DVD : Toshiba HD-A35 & HDA1 HD-DVD Player
Dvd Recorder : Toshiba D-R410
Cable : Pace HD-DVR TDC779X
Receiver - Pioneer Elite VSX-94TXH

Seating
7 Home Theater Recliners - Berkline Cinema Collection - 090 series (rtheaters.com)

Accessories
Popcorn Machine : Metropolitan - 6 oz w/Pedestal (rtheaters.com)
Universal Remote: Harmony 880 Remote Control
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love to have this ht,great job.
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Looks great Tom. I am taking delivery off my first projector this week in no small part due to the HDA1 and we are getting ready to turn our "media" room into a dedicated FP room and I am not going to lie, I am all giggly about it.
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Very nice set up Tom. What are the dimensions of the room? Just curious. :-)
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Thanks all

EchoBaseGeek, which pj did you order & congrats

pedra12 , 20' long x 14' wide
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Tom

Looks fantastic and seats a lot more than mine! Enjoy!

Ed
post #15 of 133
Very nice. I've got the same Berkline configuration on order. Should be here in the next two weeks. Can't wait!
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Really nice!
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Nice but this belongs in your home theater pics, not in a thread here.
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Nice HT. One thing I noticed was sheen off of walls, did you use flat paint or is that a gloss finish of some sort?
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Which model Berklines are those? My theater is going to be about the same width as yours, so I'm trying to visualize what it looks like with that many chairs.

Thanks,
Guy
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Originally Posted by vurbano View Post

Nice but this belongs in your home theater pics, not in a thread here.

Hi Vurbano and thanks. As per my OP, I know this is the wrong forum and hope you excuse it but I wanted to share with the guys here since this is the forum I spend my time
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Nice HT. One thing I noticed was sheen off of walls, did you use flat paint or is that a gloss finish of some sort?

I used a flat paint only. I know the camera made the walls look reder then what they are, its actually a dark maroon. Flash was on camera and all the lights were on, maybe that influenced the sheen you see
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Which model Berklines are those? My theater is going to be about the same width as yours, so I'm trying to visualize what it looks like with that many chairs.

Thanks,
Guy

Hi Digial Man, I believe it was the 090 model. I got them from Roman (RSH) here on the site during a powerbuy. Also got a popcorn machine from him. He was excellent to deal with!
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Tom,

Terrific room very nice. I was a bit suprized you went with inwalls and didn't do them behind the screen with AT screen for a more theater like experience. Minor point. The room looks great anyways and I'm sure it sounds excellent as well.
Cheers
Calvin
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Tom,

Terrific room very nice. I was a bit suprized you went with inwalls and didn't do them behind the screen with AT screen for a more theater like experience. Minor point. The room looks great anyways and I'm sure it sounds excellent as well.
Cheers
Calvin

I consulted an installer about the perferated screens and he said they lose up to 10-20% light for them so I decided against it. With the front wall & speakers both being black, there hardly noticable with the lights out but just wanted to say it was a prior consideration.
post #25 of 133
Nice HT. Too bad I have a smaller room. 10' x 20'. It is a bit cramp. So, my gears are in living room at the moment.
post #26 of 133
Very nice look. I bet you are enjoying it a ton.

Art
post #27 of 133
Very nice.

Reminds me a lot of my own room (same seating layout, sub, similar room dimensions, and even a couple of the same posters).
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Thanks all. Yes I'm very happy at the moment and enjoying it very much, ya cant get me out of the room each night. On a good note I just got a great promotion at work so of course now I wish to upgrade already but everything I currently have doesnt even have 200 hrs of use on it yet...
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Thanks all. Yes I'm very happy at the moment and enjoying it very much, ya cant get me out of the room each night. On a good note I just got a great promotion at work so of course now I wish to upgrade already but everything I currently have doesnt even have 200 hrs of use on it yet...

Fortunately or unfortunately , your desire to upgrade is a common one among us and will be unlikely to pass ever !Enjoy what you have while researching and considering the next upgrades

Art
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Awesome job! Looks great!
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