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post #61 of 857
120" 16:9

Sorry about the dark picture...
post #62 of 857
The screen needs to be redone but I haven't had time to do it yet. My HT is very inexpensive so it's not quite like some of the others but you can only do so much with limited funds.



post #63 of 857
Here's a picture of mine:


(Could someone please PM me and show me how to put images inline?)

Da-Lite acoustically-transparent screen, 16:9 aspect ratio, 152" diagonal.
GoM black matting next to screen, GoM beige in front of speakers.
15" Titan III subwoofer in front left, Triune speakers left/center/right behind screen
2000 lbs of sand under stage and under sub.
Room size: 25' deep, 22' wide.
First row distance to screen: 13' (viewing ratio about 1.2)
Second row distance to screen: 18'

More pictures and info at my gallery: http://gallery.avsforum.com/showgall...ppuser/7463189
post #64 of 857
FiveCar,

Surround the url with the [IMG] and [/IMG] tags.



Bud
post #65 of 857


And a washed out closer image:
post #66 of 857
Well since it does not have to be a dedicated room I will show mine. Screen is a Da-lite Model C 120"x120" Matte White that I got for free so it is the best screen in the world hehe. Here it is before room construction:



and here it is after:





I have an AX-100 and Prismasonic anamorphic H-700M so a true 2.35 screen is in my future (right around tax time I think )

Laters,
Jeff
post #67 of 857
3 Years worth of work. (Yea, I know.. like everybody else, no spare time). Finally, it's mostly done. Waiting for the wife to stitch up the curtains. We still need to take the seats downstairs. Some minor decorating and touch-up, and all done.
Once everything gets settled down, I'll post the chronology, if anyone's interested.
A shot Monday morning:

...and a shot in the afternoon. What a difference carpet makes.

Thanks AVS and everyone here!!
post #68 of 857
Room size 11.5 x 24 x 6.75
DIY 104" Dalite material trimmed in thick black felt
Masked to 38.5x91 2.37 to 1
Sony Pearl projector, PSB Platinum speakers, Sunfire components and Toshiba HD-DVD

Nate
LL
post #69 of 857
LOve looking at the pics. Keep em coming. I am in the middle of constructing my stage and need more ideas. thanks
Chris
post #70 of 857
Okay, I'll play too - ~138" 16x9 DIY drywall screen with Behr SS..... room is 12.5x19, ceiling at 90 inches



stage is 2x6, with roofing felt between 3/4 and 1/2 in ply held together with 86lbs of screws. Sand in the decoupled speaker ends, fibreglass in the middle sections. DIY bass traps in both colums, as well as absorption to deaden the front wall as best I could.
post #71 of 857
I like the arch, dndd!
post #72 of 857
So I'll post a better picture when I have a chance to get a shot in the daylight (it's dark when I leave and dark when I get home so that'll have to wait until Saturday). But here's a couple of photos to give an idea until I get better shots.

Lights off with no flash (the deco fan wasn't installed yet either).



Deco fan installed and using flash.



Mike
post #73 of 857
Thanks Kevin
post #74 of 857
Here is mine....98" DYI 16:9 screen. 1" linacoustic around screen behind burgundy and black cloth. Sand filled stage is about 6.5" high. Front row is 11' from screen. Room is about 18' x 20' with 8' ceiling height (ceiling is black now...this is an older pic).

Steve
LL
post #75 of 857
Nice touch on the side details. I like your center stand as well, haven't figured out what to do for mine, might do a derivation of something like that.

Mike
post #76 of 857
jeeper, I know your room is all done and I don't mean this to be an insult or anything, but having the sub in the front seems to disrupt the look. Makes it look off balance. Have you tried putting it anywhere else? Just curious.
post #77 of 857
Quote:
Originally Posted by SVonhof View Post

jeeper, I know your room is all done and I don't mean this to be an insult or anything, but having the sub in the front seems to disrupt the look. Makes it look off balance. Have you tried putting it anywhere else? Just curious.

I've tried both front corners and it was too boomy. Also tried the back, but always seamed to be in the way. I get the best sound with it next to the center speaker, so that is where I left it. Room is never complete. I'm still making changes and tweaking all the time.

Thanks for input,
Steve
post #78 of 857
I just posted a bunch of pictures of my screen wall, including pics of how I constructed it, in my dedicated-HT thread. There's a link in my signature. Go to page 2 of the thread for construction pics, page 1 for a shot of the finished product -- we're working backwords in my thread.

Lots of pics.
post #79 of 857
I am about to build my room and I really like the screen walls where the sides start out a bit from the wall to enclose the L,R, SW and center speakers around the screen. I am wondering how many of you are building the fabric panels to cover the speakers? Are these made like regular speaker panels, with the normal plastic ball and socket joints for quick removal of the panels if necessary or are people using velcro? If so where are you sourcing the fabric and connectors? Any details on the materials and attachment method will greatly help my construction project.

Thanks,

Dave
post #80 of 857
The speaker grill plastic ball fasteners can be had at Partsexpress.com.
The fabric most often used is Guiliford of Maine (GOM) FR701 -2100 see fabricmate.com and others. Samples available for free at The GOM web site. Or a speaker fabric can be used (do a google)
Velcro, easier to use than the plastic balls is at HD or Lowes.
post #81 of 857
Dave, while Bigmouth is correct in the FR701 and such is commonly used for screen walls, I beleive you were asking about material to make the grilles for the speakers. Most of the time, people will use standard speaker grille cloth, available at most fabric stores or www.madisound.com as well as www.partsexpress.com. It is stretchy, semi transparent and acoustically transparent.

Oh and for attaching the frames or grilles, one of the new things is to use magnets. You can sink them in under the veneer or in the front panels from the back-side and then install them in the grille as well, so that you don't have the ugly post holes that the plastic balls require.
post #82 of 857
Mike, I like Art Deco, too.

Size: 92" 16x9
Type: Goo Systems CRT White
Room Size: 18' x 23'
Seating: 2 sofas at 10'



Here are better shot of the room, but not the screen so much.



I'll post a construction thread soon.
post #83 of 857
Just finished yesterday... Need better pictures...



Screen is 2.35:1 acoustically transparent screen that I made myself. It is 8' wide. Adjustable side masking recesses into columns when in 2.35 mode and can be slid out for narrower content.
post #84 of 857
Based on this thread, I think it's obvious I'm making the right choice to paint my front wall flat black. (just a builder's beige on there right now)

I may start painting as early as tomorrow.

I'm still not sure what color to paint the sidewalls/ceiling. The carpet is a very dark burgundy. Wife and I are thinking a blueish gray/gray.

(My wife has really come around. She was sure this room was going to be a theater/game room. She now realizes this is a dedicated theater/media room and NOTHING more. Hence she's relaxing quite a bit on the color choices. )
post #85 of 857
Quote:
Originally Posted by c-not-k View Post

Mike, I like Art Deco, too.

Size: 92" 16x9
Type: Goo Systems CRT White
Room Size: 18' x 23'
Seating: 2 sofas at 10'



Here are better shot of the room, but not the screen so much.



I'll post a construction thread soon.

Very nice room, but it seems you have room to go bigger? Say, something like 234" screen
post #86 of 857
120" 16x9

post #87 of 857
stealth - "Your client does not have permission to get URL / from this server." ??
post #88 of 857
110" Dazian Celtic Cloth DIY. Upgrading soon to SMX.
Room 13'x26'
Front row Berkline 90 (3) at 11'
Back row Berkline 88 loveseats (2) at 18'
Panasonic 900 projector
AV rack to left of screen, doors covered in speaker cloth, DVD rack to right of screen




post #89 of 857
This is a great thread - there are some really nice theater rooms shown in this thread.....
post #90 of 857
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