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Originally Posted by scottyb View Post

This would work well with two caveats.
You have an RF remote and you have access to the DVD player(obviously).

scott

Thanks for the quick reply. I have a Harmony remote so that is a check. I'll need to modify the cabinet in a way to give me access. Thanks again.
post #542 of 857
Here are a few of mine, 119" Dalite JKP and Revel Performa speakers:









Dean
post #543 of 857
Dean,

Sweet, how bout' pics of the resto of your theater? I like what I see.

Scott
post #544 of 857
My wife and I did the work on this together for around five thousand dollars. I know it is not as elaborate as some on here, but we love it.
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post #545 of 857
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Originally Posted by rockman11 View Post

My wife and I did the work on this together for around five thousand dollars. I know it is not as elaborate as some on here, but we love it.

No offense, but what was done to the room for $5K. Do you have before shots?
post #546 of 857
No offence taken. We started with bare walls and ceilings. I will look and see if I can find some before pictures. The reason we could keep the cost down was we did all the labor and my equipment cost was very low. I am starting to get the upgrade fever.....John
post #547 of 857
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Originally Posted by rockman11 View Post

No offence taken. We started with bare walls and ceilings. I will look and see if I can find some before pictures. The reason we could keep the cost down was we did all the labor and my equipment cost was very low. I am starting to get the upgrade fever.....John

Oh, that total includes equipment? I thought when you said "we did the work" that you meant, the build cost was $5000.
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My version 2 screenwall...
--Manny
post #549 of 857
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Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn View Post

You have to have them hosted on some site like photobucket or imageshack.




132" wide Stewart Microperf







132" screen. How far away is your seating?
post #550 of 857
I know almost everyone uses GOM fabric to cover their screen walls. The question is which type? The 701 appears to be the most accostically transparent, but it is also see through. What is the norm?
post #551 of 857
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Originally Posted by audhunt View Post

I know almost everyone uses GOM fabric to cover their screen walls. The question is which type? The 701 appears to be the most accostically transparent, but it is also see through. What is the norm?

If you have speakers behind the fabric, you probably need to use FR701 because is acoustically transparent.

If not, you have more options. GOM Anchorage looks nice, not as "see-through" than the 701. Some people use velvet or speaker fabric but those are not fire retardant.
post #552 of 857
I used GOM Sensa 9218 color 718 Black, as the standard 701 looks too much line burlap.
post #553 of 857
So basically,the material on the screen walls helps with light reflection off the wall and also sound absorbtion from the speakers? My question here is. How much of a difference would it be with material and without it on the screen wall? This will be my screen wall with a 106'' screen. The screen will take up most of the wall. I have thought of just mounting the screen to the wall or maybe building a false wall for the screen and to hide the speakers.
Shoot me your thoughts and ideas.
post #554 of 857
... and you could even hide Darth in the wall with your speakers, too!

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Originally Posted by forestmoonstudio View Post

I have thought of just mounting the screen to the wall or maybe building a false wall for the screen and to hide the speakers.
Shoot me your thoughts and ideas.
post #555 of 857
I will have klipsch ultra II speaker system behind the wall. Will this make a difference on sound?
post #556 of 857
Here is mine, 125" 16:9 format, some sort of stretchy 1X projector material (whatever that means) Whatever it is, it works pretty good for a guy who know nada about this stuff;

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post #558 of 857
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Originally Posted by captainkidd View Post

Here is mine, 125" 16:9 format, some sort of stretchy 1X projector material (whatever that means) Whatever it is, it works pretty good for a guy who know nada about this stuff;


hey Cap'n, is that in your garage?
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Originally Posted by GoCaboNow View Post

hey Cap'n, is that in your garage?

Used to be, now its the man cave
post #560 of 857
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Originally Posted by ifor View Post

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Crickey!! How many amps you got in that thing?????
post #561 of 857
No kidding man. Somebody sure doesn't care to be able to hear in 5 years. Wow.

That rack is nice though. Very clean.

Here's what I have so far:
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post #562 of 857
The screen is the wall... CIH set up with auto-masking (Stewart Vistascope). 14' wide microperf.


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4:3
post #563 of 857
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Originally Posted by captainkidd View Post

Used to be, now its the man cave

Right on. That's how you use your space.
post #564 of 857
Really hard to see the movie from those chairs, and with the goofy black vase in the lower left corner too!

post #565 of 857
Here's mine- version 2.0

Kilz bright white flat latex using Sharp Z2000 pj replacing Sharp A10x and valspar grey screen. 118" 16:9 with image boosted in brightness to see speakers



Victor
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Love the rack but I must say that the sconces kind of creep me out!
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updated pics of mine





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Thread Starter 
I just remembered this thread and see that its been quiet out there....surely some new builds have completed since March!
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