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Amazing looking theater...great job!

Thanks so much.
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is that your real bedroom? or a bedroom convert to a mini theater.
Either way it is nice smile.gif

Yup its my bedroom, and then in the living room there is another w1070 and a 92" motorized screen, I live with roommates currently so the better set up is in my room so I can enjoy it more often. ^_^

Once I am able to buy my own home thats when I hope to go full dedicated. smile.gif

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I recently completed my Shawn Byrne (from Erskine group) designed theater. Shawn designed a room that blew away my expectations. He was very helpful during my 18 month DIY build. Several lengthy phone calls during the build helped keep me on track. It gets calibrated by Shawn next week. Even without the calibration, I am truly impressed with the performance of the theater (dialogue is incredibly clear!). Here's the equipment list:

Erskine Group "Select" Design
Runco LS-HB projector with anamorphic lens
Stewart StudioTek G3 Microperf 2.39 Curved Screen (Image width 136.75")
L/C/R Speakers: Procella P6
Side Speakers: Triad InWall Silver/4
Rear Speakers: Triad InCeiling Bronze/8
Main Sub: Triad Cinema Plus Silver
Second Sub: Triad InWall Bronze/6
Denon 4520
Lumagen Radiance Video Processor
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QSC DSP-30
Quest acoustic treatments
5 Fusion Jive chairs (1 w/ Buttkicker)

All the wood you see in the pictures is cherry.

The star ceiling was painted by Jeff from Night Sky Murals. Very impressive! And with the lights on, the ceiling turns into a blue sky with wispy clouds,

I really wanted to do a build blog, but I couldn't juggle a career, family, and construction, AND a blog at the same time. I truly admire the people who put together detailed build blogs. They certainly inspired me.







This is stunning. What are the dimensions of your room?
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Attached is the floor plan:



There are 3 large windows in the back. I get nearly 100% blackout with the shades down.



Shawn performed the calibration a few days ago. He was here Thursday evening, all day Friday, and Saturday morning. Nice to finally meet Shawn after working with him over the phone/email for so long! The calibration was a pretty exhaustive exercise! Net result was a nice improvement in the setup. It's always hard to describe sound with words, but here goes: Sound became more more smooth, more seamless, no fatigue. Dialogue remained crystal clear, but was better located. Picture became more punchy, more vivid. Shawn brought a car load worth of equipment:


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javeryh,

Attached is the floor plan:



There are 3 large windows in the back. I get nearly 100% blackout with the shades down.



Shawn performed the calibration a few days ago. He was here Thursday evening, all day Friday, and Saturday morning. Nice to finally meet Shawn after working with him over the phone/email for so long! The calibration was a pretty exhaustive exercise! Net result was a nice improvement in the setup. It's always hard to describe sound with words, but here goes: Sound became more more smooth, more seamless, no fatigue. Dialogue remained crystal clear, but was better located. Picture became more punchy, more vivid. Shawn brought a car load worth of equipment:



What did he use to eq your audio? Or what did you have for him to eq your audio? A minidsp or some other dsp?

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What did he use to eq your audio? Or what did you have for him to eq your audio? A minidsp or some other dsp?

It looks like he has the QSC DSP 30.


I am sure he can fill in more details if he checks the thread again.

Erskine Group commonly utilizes DSP from QSC. Shawn also packs quite a bit of expensive calibration equipment as you can see in the photos.

Great theater sig3. Now enjoy it!
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It looks like he has the QSC DSP 30.


I am sure he can fill in more details if he checks the thread again.

Erskine Group commonly utilizes DSP from QSC. Shawn also packs quite a bit of expensive calibration equipment as you can see in the photos.

Great theater sig3. Now enjoy it!

jedimastergrant,

You got it: QSC DSP 30 to calibrate the 2 subs and Audyssey Pro for the other 7 speakers.

Yes sir, I will enjoy it! smile.gif
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Give us some details. Screen size, what are those bad boys you got for speakers? They look like B&w and are very cool looking,what are the components in your setup? And what's the screen material how's it work Etc. The room looks good the crown moulding is nice, I like how you incorporated spot lights and what looks like Led lights. What subs and how many? smile.gif




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The screen is just shy of 3 meters wide , the speakers are some old (but i love them ) Kef Q series

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ps3

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The "screen" is a sheet of foamex (sign materiel) cut to size and tapped to the wall smile.gif
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javeryh,

Attached is the floor plan:


Thanks - I'm going to be dealing with a nearly identical sized room! Mine is approximately 23'x16' (unfinished) so I'm going to lose a bit with the studs/drywall and soundproofing. I was worried it was a bit small but now I know I'll be OK - especially since I want a row of 5 seats for the entire family and I wasn't sure I'd have enough room. How much space is behind your screen? I don't think I have enough room for 2 rows plus the back bar so I'm going back and forth on whether I need 2 theater chair rows or 1 row with a back bar and then some additional room for something else in the back... shuffleboard? I don't know.

I also love what you did with the ceiling. Every minute I spend on this site I can see more and more dollars flying out of my pocket. This is going to be expensive...
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All these theaters look great. It is really cool to see how some people make a great room with tough shapes and smaller sizes. I have my work cut out for me, but I will get there and hopeful be putting my pics in here some day.

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Attached is the floor plan:



There are 3 large windows in the back. I get nearly 100% blackout with the shades down.



Shawn performed the calibration a few days ago. He was here Thursday evening, all day Friday, and Saturday morning. Nice to finally meet Shawn after working with him over the phone/email for so long! The calibration was a pretty exhaustive exercise! Net result was a nice improvement in the setup. It's always hard to describe sound with words, but here goes: Sound became more more smooth, more seamless, no fatigue. Dialogue remained crystal clear, but was better located. Picture became more punchy, more vivid. Shawn brought a car load worth of equipment:



Beautiful theater. I like the height. I hope mine turns out 1/2 as nice as yours looks.

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Thanks - I'm going to be dealing with a nearly identical sized room! Mine is approximately 23'x16' (unfinished) so I'm going to lose a bit with the studs/drywall and soundproofing. I was worried it was a bit small but now I know I'll be OK - especially since I want a row of 5 seats for the entire family and I wasn't sure I'd have enough room. How much space is behind your screen? I don't think I have enough room for 2 rows plus the back bar so I'm going back and forth on whether I need 2 theater chair rows or 1 row with a back bar and then some additional room for something else in the back... shuffleboard? I don't know.

I also love what you did with the ceiling. Every minute I spend on this site I can see more and more dollars flying out of my pocket. This is going to be expensive...

I have 24" behind the screen. Note I went with some fairly narrow chairs to fit five seats in one row (Fusion Jive). The armrests are removable for some flexibility in the seating arrangement. I also fretted about going with 1 row, 2 rows, or 1 row and a bar. I felt the configuration we went with suited our family the best. 2 rows would be nice but we would rarely use them. I might put in a bar later - we'll see. I have a ton of movies to watch first - all that construction time got me behind in movie watching!!! Best of luck!
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I have 24" behind the screen. Note I went with some fairly narrow chairs to fit five seats in one row (Fusion Jive). The armrests are removable for some flexibility in the seating arrangement. I also fretted about going with 1 row, 2 rows, or 1 row and a bar. I felt the configuration we went with suited our family the best. 2 rows would be nice but we would rarely use them. I might put in a bar later - we'll see. I have a ton of movies to watch first - all that construction time got me behind in movie watching!!! Best of luck!

Nice looking theater Sig! (I'm in DFW as well) I went with the Jives too. Nice to save some space. Tip on the trays, I found them to get loose easily so I put a washer under it to give it more strength and used some blue lock tight so the threads didn't back out.

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Nice looking theater Sig! (I'm in DFW as well) I went with the Jives too. Nice to save some space. Tip on the trays, I found them to get loose easily so I put a washer under it to give it more strength and used some blue lock tight so the threads didn't back out.

Where did you get those trays?

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I believe those are the optional trays you can order from Roman with his chairs. Maybe he will correct me though. I have a friend with those and I think they are quite nice. I almost went with those chairs and was planning to have that option as well.
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I don't have that brand. Is there a place that sells a universal tray? I have looked before and did not come up with anything.

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This thread is awesome and depressing all at the same time.  Obviously not a theater but first real stereo system I've ever had.

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I believe those are the optional trays you can order from Roman with his chairs. Maybe he will correct me though. I have a friend with those and I think they are quite nice. I almost went with those chairs and was planning to have that option as well.

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I don't have that brand. Is there a place that sells a universal tray? I have looked before and did not come up with anything.

Jedi is right, they came with the chairs...we love them. I don't' know of any universal trays...

I just noticed sig3 went with "love seat" style so he only has trays on the ends.

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Of course a room is never fully complete. I still need to add a second row bar and some rear subs. But for now, I will say the room is complete and post pictures of my remodeled theater.






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I agree. Deewan, you did a great job and I love the rock wall you used. Can you post your equipment?

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Looks great! The brick wall with blue lights is awesome...
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Looks great Deewan! What software are you using for control?
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I agree. Deewan, you did a great job and I love the rock wall you used. Can you post your equipment?

Thanks, the rock wall was the first item on my "must have list" when I decided to remodel my room. All my equipment should be listed in my signature equipment list.
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Looks great! The brick wall with blue lights is awesome...

The best part is the blue light can also be white, green, red, or whatever color matches my mood or viewing content.

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Looks great Deewan! What software are you using for control?
I am using iRule to control the room. I am still working on setting up my remote to act exactly as I want, but it's getting there.

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This is such a great thread for theater-build research!
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This is my brother's theater we just finished building in his new house. We kept it really simple with clean lines since we had limited space e.g. no soffits, columns, panels or moulding. All the equipment is hidden behind a false wall with grill cloth-covered panels attached via velcro and the screen is a 130" acoustically transparent Seymour AV Center Stage XD. There is an IR repeater hidden behind the bottom panel. The sound and picture is incredible. There is a kegerator and mini fridge under the bar.

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Sony VPL-HW55ES projector
Denon AVR-3313CI receiver
Polk Audio PSW505 subs (x2)
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Polk Audio CS2 center channel
Fluance AVBP2 bipole surrounds and rears
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Show your COMPLETED theater thread. Others would love to see the construction, and discuss in great details, in it's own build thread.

Just the completed ones here please.

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This is my brother's theater we just finished building in his new house. We kept it really simple with clean lines since we had limited space e.g. no soffits, columns, panels or moulding. All the equipment is hidden behind a false wall with grill cloth-covered panels attached via velcro and the screen is a 130" acoustically transparent Seymour AV Center Stage XD. There is an IR repeater hidden behind the bottom panel. The sound and picture is incredible. There is a kegerator and mini fridge under the bar.

Looks like a great setup. Nice job!
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This is my brother's theater we just finished building in his new house. We kept it really simple with clean lines since we had limited space e.g. no soffits, columns, panels or moulding. All the equipment is hidden behind a false wall with grill cloth-covered panels attached via velcro and the screen is a 130" acoustically transparent Seymour AV Center Stage XD. There is an IR repeater hidden behind the bottom panel. The sound and picture is incredible. There is a kegerator and mini fridge under the bar.

Equipment:
Sony VPL-HW55ES projector
Denon AVR-3313CI receiver
Polk Audio PSW505 subs (x2)
Polk Audio Monitor 70 fronts
Polk Audio CS2 center channel
Fluance AVBP2 bipole surrounds and rears
Velocity Edge Mini PC for movie trailers and karaoke
Behringer XENYX X1204USB mixer for karaoke
Lutron MIR-600T-BL Maestro IR Dimmer
Logitech Harmony Ultimate Remote
Blackout EZ Window Covers
LG Bluray player
Roku

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You gotta take down that hvac grate and paint that bad boy. Looks great though!
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