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post #91 of 130 Old 12-19-2014, 11:53 AM - Thread Starter
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Carpet and chairs are in! (Palliser Hi-Fi)
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Carpet and chairs are in! (Palliser Hi-Fi)
Snazzy lookin' carpet you have there. Looks good. It is always nice to see huge progress like the carpet going in. it brings a feeling of accomplishment of sorts
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Snazzy lookin' carpet you have there. Looks good. It is always nice to see huge progress like the carpet going in. it brings a feeling of accomplishment of sorts
Thanks. My wife found the carpet while looking online for movie related shower curtains. (For the bathroom around the corner from the theater) We did some digging and found a local place that carried it. Turned out great.

As far as progress - we got our lighted poster boxes hung today and of course the projector hung too! Good thing as I was originally planning on a 120" wide screen, but after playing around with different zoom and shift settings (BTW - those are a godsend on the 4910!), we'll probably go with a 110" screen. 120 was TOO big. Going to go back to 16x9 and do a CIW setup. I'll start with magnetic masking panels but will probably do the DIY motorized panels at some point down the road.

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What's the brand/model of the carpet? I like it
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It's Joy brand and the pattern is called Reeling. Joy has a bunch of movie related carpets.


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Happy Holidays everyone!

Made some progress over the past couple days since we stayed home for Christmas this year! Got some final coats of paint on the kneewall for the bar as well as the projector mount and in-ceiling speakers. For our movies and memorabilia, we decided to go with some Ikea bookshelves. Not ideal for acoustics, but since this room is much smaller than what I had to work with before, it's a compromise. I thought the bookshelves came out quite nice and will look even better once we get the glass shelves and doors installed. (Our Ikea was out of doors )

Fabric for the panels and the screen have been ordered so next up is to build the screen wall and start on the frames. I'm doing the staggered pattern similar to the Lemon theater, so that should be an interesting endeavour.
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Maybe I missed it...not sure why you are filling the room/carpeting before paint?

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Maybe I missed it...not sure why you are filling the room/carpeting before paint?
Ceiling paint is done and I'm not painting the walls. Those will get covered with floor-to-ceiling acoustic panels.


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Shelves are full, 3 of 4 doors are on (damn Ikea and their poor packaging), bartop installed and SCREEN IS IN!

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How do you plan on framing/wrapping the acoustic side wall panels? Be careful as too much broadband treatment might deaden the room too much for your liking. At least make it removable if at all possible so if you don't like it, you can work your way back.

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How do you plan on framing/wrapping the acoustic side wall panels? Be careful as too much broadband treatment might deaden the room too much for your liking. At least make it removable if at all possible so if you don't like it, you can work your way back.
Ditto on what he said. I am glad I did not cover my treatments until after Jeff calibrated things. My room was too dead in the front and ended up removing some of the UltraTouch and OC703.
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How do you plan on framing/wrapping the acoustic side wall panels? Be careful as too much broadband treatment might deaden the room too much for your liking. At least make it removable if at all possible so if you don't like it, you can work your way back.
Funny enough I'm pretty happy with the sound as it is now with the bare walls (after a couple runs of Audyssey that is) so I'll probably just use treatments sparingly and the rest plain ole' cotton batting to fill out the panel. I'll probably put some temp pieces up to see how I like it before committing.

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looks nice are the masks held on with velcro or magnets?
Magnets. I splurged and bought the masks right from Seymour. They are top notch! The frames are made from aluminum with the top (or bottom) of the mask wrapped in their mirabell AT material and the edge portion is wrapped in velvet. I didn't know if I needed the mirabell, but with the lights off, you can't tell the difference.

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Where did you get the screen wall acoustic material? Did you get it locally or did you have to order it? BTW, I'm in south Charlotte near the new outlet mall.
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Where did you get the screen wall acoustic material? Did you get it locally or did you have to order it? BTW, I'm in south Charlotte near the new outlet mall.
I wound up with an OC product called QuietR Rotary Liner. (Not to be confused with their Textile liner) It has nearly the same acoustical properties as Linacoustic, but about $50 cheaper per roll. The place I purchased it is called East Coast Metal Distributors. I think they have a southern location off of Westinghouse.

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Thanks, I will give them a call this week. What projector did you go with? I'm undecided on which projector to get.
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Thanks, I will give them a call this week. What projector did you go with? I'm undecided on which projector to get.
I went with the JVC 4910, but if I had to do it again, would probably save some $$ and stick with the Sony HW55. I had a HW50 in my old theater and thought it looked fantastic and really don't see a huge improvement with the 4910. I chose the 4910 thinking I was going to do a Scope setup again, where motorized lens would be important, but decided to do a CIW setup and don't need the lens control. I'm happy so far with the 4910, but haven't done any gaming on it yet. It's louder and slower when changing resolutions, but other than that, seems to be a nice pj.

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Despite having the screen and projector installed back in January, I've still been busy working to wrap things up with fabric panels and other finishing touches. Due to a lot of travel and other work taking precedence, I've really only had a few weekends to get things done.

Taking inspiration from @vachief 's LEMON theater, I went with a "paver" pattern on the walls and really love how it's turned out. The biggest challenge has been getting pieces around the poster boxes to look like they were cut away for the poster to fit. These are just iPhone pics, but thought I'd share some progress since I'm getting close.

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So you have mounted each individual panel to the sheetrock below? Looks pretty killer man

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Thanks. I'm building separate panels for each color/size and then brad nailing them to the walls. (I have 2 panels covering up in-wall speakers, so velcro was used for those) The challenge has been the custom sized panels needed to go around the posters and along the back wall (not in pictures). Since each one is different, I have to measure 2-3 panels at a time, cut and build, then wrap in fabric. Rinse and repeat!

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99.999% done! (the unfinished part is behind the bar!)

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Awesome theater room! I'd be curious on how you did those panels.
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Thank you.

I have to thank @vachief and his LEMON theater for the panel idea. I think we ended up using the same paver pattern. Basically I printed out a paver pattern with different shape "stones" and mathematically figured out how tall/wide each one would be after subtracting out the top and bottom borders. (12" on the bottom, 6" on the top). I had a bunch of extra 2x4s and 2x6s so I ripped those down to 1" strips, cut to the sizes I needed and then tacked 'em into the shapes you see. I chose 5 different colors of GOM and assigned each color to a shape. The hardest ones were the ones around the poster frames. I should've gone the easy route and just terminated each shape into the poster, but the perfectionist in me made the frames around the border "fit" as if the poster box had interrupted the pattern.

As for treatments, I left most of the upper frames empty or filled with cotton batting. Reflection points and bright areas have 1" duct liner in the frame. Came out great as you can see and guests love the color scheme.
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Looks killer. Do you have pics of where you integrated the panels and surrounds?
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The black panel is Sensa GOM and is just friction fit so I can remove it for maintenance. (or pictures )

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