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Front end of my Home Theater. Wait, scratch that, more like a man cave.
Looks like a lot of vintage equipment on those shelves. Thanks for sharing.

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Here is the current state of my theater. I'll be adding additional acoustic room treatments from GIK over the next month or two.
Does each screen retract or just one and the other stays fixed in place?
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Does each screen retract or just one and the other stays fixed in place?


They are both electric.


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I painted and installed some GIK Gridfusor ceiling diffusers. It's improved the sound for sure. Dialog is cleaner. Next up - 10 more bass traps ( I have 7 installed so far ) !
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I painted and installed some GIK Gridfusor ceiling diffusers. It's improved the sound for sure. Dialog is cleaner. Next up - 10 more bass traps ( I have 7 installed so far ) !
Nice!!! Thanks for sharing!!

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I've reached the point in my theater where there isn't much to work on other than acoustic treatments and of all things - a new sectional sofa. Not sure what my wife will say regarding replacing the sofa. Time will tell !
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I've reached the point in my theater where there isn't much to work on other than acoustic treatments and of all things - a new sectional sofa. Not sure what my wife will say regarding replacing the sofa. Time will tell !
A great position to be in if your hobby is enjoying the presentation. A great reason to sell the house and start again if your hobby is building theaters.
I get the feeling you fall into the first group.
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A great position to be in if your hobby is enjoying the presentation. A great reason to sell the house and start again if your hobby is building theaters.
I get the feeling you fall into the first group.
I fully hope to never move out of this house, except in a box. It has everything my wife and I want. I've slowly improved the theater over the last 10 years. Really, it's all about watching movies.
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I fully hope to never move out of this house, except in a box.
I've seen some sub-woofer designs that could easily be modified to serve as functional coffins.
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I've seen some sub-woofer designs that could easily be modified to serve as functional coffins.
I heard those subwoofers can really wake the dead.

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I've seen some sub-woofer designs that could easily be modified to serve as functional coffins.
Maybe I should stipulate in my will that my cremated ashes should be placed inside my RS4500 as a coffin ( or a 4K urn I suppose ).
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I've seen some sub-woofer designs that could easily be modified to serve as functional coffins.
Lol yeah my submaximus v3s are bigger than a coffin. It wasnt fun trying to get them up the basement steps into the theater by the time we got them into position I was about dead lol

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Front end of my Home Theater. Wait, scratch that, more like a man cave.
Beautiful. I love this.
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Front end of my Home Theater. Wait, scratch that, more like a man cave.
Gear list for all the goodies in the pic?

I did a similar layout at the front of my dedicated basement HT, ie mix of current HT tech (Denon 4400, UB820, 4K Roku & Fire, etc) and recent & vintage 2ch gear- turntable(s), high end commercial grade HiFi VCR's (to play thrift find HiFi VHS concert/music vids), audiophile grade cassette decks, graphic EQ's (to tame less than optimally recorded tapes, don't like to use Dolby NR for record or playback), refurbed late 70's Pioneer 8 track decks, etc

Gear is all on the front stage, behind 8' wide electric screen when down, PSB T2 cherry finish towers to left & right of screen, PSB center underneath on stage

Screen up for 2ch music listening, using 55" TCL P series for control/feedback and DV viewing/pj backup, audiophile stack to left, vintage stack on right, current HT gear center under TCL
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I've seen some sub-woofer designs that could easily be modified to serve as functional coffins.
Buried DEEEP in bass I assume
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