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Mairs Home Theater Build!

After countless systems in multiple houses, im finally getting a dedicated movie theater We just purchased a new build home with a 3 story setup, so the bottom floor will be the HT.
With having the option to build fresh i am opting for a 7.2.4 setup. Later on i may go to 11.2.6 but we will see. Id like to get it looking really nice after the initial 7.2.4.

For now i am going with this equipment

Audio;
Front :PSB Imagine T
Center: PSB Imagine C
Rear and Side Surround: System Audio Saxo 1

Components;
Blu Ray Player: Marantz UD7007
Music Player: Bluesound Vault 2
Gaming: Playstation 4
Streaming: Roku 4

Ill be purchasing in the next 4 weeks;

Audio;
Atmos Speakers: Klipsch CDT-5650-C II x4
Subwoofers: SVS SB13 Ultra 13-inch x2

Amplifier;
Either the...
Anthem MRX1120
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Marantz SR7010 (I already have the SR7007 so that could run the extra speakers for 7.2.4)

Projector
Epson Home Cinema 5030UB
Ill upgrade later to 4K, dont have the extra $6000 at this minute!

Screen;
STR-169120 Silver Ticket 120" Diagonal 16:9 4K Ultra HD Ready HDTV

Here are some pics so far

20160710_165035 by Anthony Mair, on Flickr

20160710_164410 by Anthony Mair, on Flickr

Here is roughly how big the screen will be against the viewing wall

20160718_181339 by Anthony Mair, on Flickr

Here is something id like to do in phase 2....not this pattern but i really like the look of the lighting etc

20160712_145926 by Anthony Mair, on Flickr

The atmos speaker placements and surrounds abd raised theater seating

20160718_183054-picsay by Anthony Mair, on Flickr

Ill be posting more pics as it gets installed. Cant wait to watch the first movie in it!
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What are your room dimensions?


Roughly 26ft deep and 14ft wide

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Look into the Epson 5040 for the projector.
thanks for this because i would have definitely ordered the older one soon!
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Room looks promising - will definitely be following along!

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Room looks promising - will definitely be following along!
Thank you, itll definitely be a wip. I want to enclose the room too in phase 2 of the theater
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Finally got things moving with my build. Reclining sofas came in and I'm really happy with them. Ordered 4 Klipsch CDT-5650-C II for the Atmos speakers.

Was going to go with a 120" 16:9 screen originally but after mapping it out decided to go with a 135" 16:9, placed the PSB there to see for size. Ordered the AV Tower also.

Next step is to get the lighting installed.

Here are a couple pics from today.
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Finally got things moving with my build. Reclining sofas came in and I'm really happy with them. Ordered 4 Klipsch CDT-5650-C II for the Atmos speakers.

Was going to go with a 120" 16:9 screen originally but after mapping it out decided to go with a 135" 16:9, placed the PSB there to see for size. Ordered the AV Tower also.

Next step is to get the lighting installed.

Here are a couple pics from today.
If you haven't already ordered a Screen, and you did in fact get a 5040UB, I strongly suggest you consider painting the entire Screen wall with an appropriate Screen Paint, and going with a Frame-less 2.39:1 / 16:9 set-up. You'd get the maximum width for 2.39:1, and maximum height for 16:9, but no unused screen area inside the Mfg's Trim.

It will cost less too.

Also, a greater degree of ambient light resistance can be factored into the painted solution. It would be a far better screen than you'd get from Silver Ticket...especially the Matte Gay if you were to consider the AL aspect.

Lastly, I do see your taped off area seems to transition into / across / over existing 110 ac receptacles. Believe me when I say that should present no real issues....relocating / covering those items is not a big effort, but does clean up the area adjacent to / within the Screen and make for my user-bility. Your so close to having something decidedly special, don't hedge on doing the bit more it would take to push in into *OMG* status

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If you haven't already ordered a Screen, and you did in fact get a 5040UB, I strongly suggest you consider painting the entire Screen wall with an appropriate Screen Paint, and going with a Frame-less 2.39:1 / 16:9 set-up. You'd get the maximum width for 2.39:1, and maximum height for 16:9, but no unused screen area inside the Mfg's Trim.

It will cost less too.

Also, a greater degree of ambient light resistance can be factored into the painted solution. It would be a far better screen than you'd get from Silver Ticket...especially the Matte Gay if you were to consider the AL aspect.

Lastly, I do see your taped off area seems to transition into / across / over existing 110 ac receptacles. Believe me when I say that should present no real issues....relocating / covering those items is not a big effort, but does clean up the area adjacent to / within the Screen and make for my user-bility. Your so close to having something decidedly special, don't hedge on doing the bit more it would take to push in into *OMG* status
I do like the idea of having a painted screen, my issue is that our walls are textured unfortunately. Im assuming with the paint you would have to flatten the wall first correct?
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Any reason you didn't go with a darker color for the walls, floor and ceiling right off the bat? Reflected light is a contrast and movie immersion killer.

Also, go with a larger scope screen since your room is 26' deep, movies will look at little small from the back row.
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Any reason you didn't go with a darker color for the walls, floor and ceiling right off the bat? Reflected light is a contrast and movie immersion killer.

Also, go with a larger scope screen since your room is 26' deep, movies will look at little small from the back row.
I originally was going to get it decorated a bit different but that will be phase 2. Right now installing the lighting is my next step and then ill be getting it all painted, ceiling walls the lot. Going with a deep charcoal grey.
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I do like the idea of having a painted screen, my issue is that our walls are textured unfortunately. Im assuming with the paint you would have to flatten the wall first correct?
Yes...but that is not a overly difficult do. I myself have smoothed everything from Texas Splatter Wall to almost "Pebbly Rough" surfaces with nothing more than a light scraping, a light sanding, the application of Lightweight Drywall compound (2 coats) and a couple coats of Primer.

To the Noob, all that sounds almost "too too", but it's really not, and the flexibility it affords, and the degree of performance / cost ratio obtained can make a project into something exceedingly special.


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I originally was going to get it decorated a bit different but that will be phase 2. Right now installing the lighting is my next step and then ill be getting it all painted, ceiling walls the lot. Going with a deep charcoal grey.
The Walls need not be so very dark. Consider a paint scheme where the Ceiling is a "Dark" Neutral Gray in a Flat Interior Enamel...the Trim is the same shade/color only in a Eggshell Oil Based Enamel, and the Walls are a shade of Neutral Gray Flat Interior Enamel about 1/3rd to no more than 1/2 as dark as the Ceiling.

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Awesome, great info. Thank you.

Update 7/11/2017

Just ordered 6 wall sconces. They should be in next week. I have decided to put them along the side of the walls and also get someone out to frame up a wall so the room is not open.
Wondering now whether to order two more sconces for the back wall and whether to sound proof the new wall that is being built.
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Awesome, great info. Thank you.

Update 7/11/2017

Just ordered 6 wall sconces. They should be in next week. (On Dimmer, of course?)

Wondering now whether to order two more sconces for the back wall

(no....Sides are appropriate. The rear Wall can / should have Spot Cans located within 2' of Wall (...pehaps with Wall Wash Lenses...) and be on a separate Dimmer...)


....and whether to sound proof the new wall that is being built.
When you build that wall, put down / up 2 x 6 Top / Bottom plates and stagger the Studs 16" O.C....use R-30 Craft Face Batts - Paper side to Theater. Glie & Scew Dywall.
(...for a super sound proof Wall, 2 sheets 5/8" w/GG on Theater side...)



There are lots of ways to decouple / soundproof a wall...almost all are overly expensive. But vey few do as good a job at suggested above, and none for less effort and cash.
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When you build that wall, put down / up 2 x 6 Top / Bottom plates and stagger the Studs 16" O.C....use R-30 Craft Face Batts - Paper side to Theater. Glie & Scew Dywall.
(...for a super sound proof Wall, 2 sheets 5/8" w/GG on Theater side...)



There are lots of ways to decouple / soundproof a wall...almost all are overly expensive. But vey few do as good a job at suggested above, and none for less effort and cash.

Awesome, I will leave it with the 6 sconces then, Saved me some money there.

Just printed this diagram and I'll show it to the framing guy on Thursday. Thank you sir.
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General contractor came round. He quoted me $2000 to build that wall. That includes the door, dry wall, the painting etc.
Then to install the 6 sconces and 10 spotlights and painting the room would be another $4000.
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General contractor came round. He quoted me $2000 to build that wall. That includes the door, dry wall, the painting etc.
Then to install the 6 sconces and 10 spotlights and painting the room would be another $4000.
$6000...about what I spent on my entire room, equipment included.
A different caliber of build I suppose.
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$6000...about what I spent on my entire room, equipment included.
A different caliber of build I suppose.
Spoke to a few friends of mine and he said the wall build seemed reasonable but the electrician part he said was a rip off. It broke down to $250 per spotlight, install, wire and the actual light. I think he said that the light costs around $75 the remaining $175 is install cost.
I dont know if it's caliber of build its just a high estimate from someone.
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Spoke to a few friends of mine and he said the wall build seemed reasonable but the electrician part he said was a rip off. It broke down to $250 per spotlight, install, wire and the actual light. I think he said that the light costs around $75 the remaining $175 is install cost.
I dont know if it's caliber of build its just a high estimate from someone.
What kind of spotlights are you getting for $75 each?

I imagine they'll have to cut and then patch a lot of holes in to run the wires for the lights, that might be part of the issue - but wow that's a lot of money!

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What kind of spotlights are you getting for $75 each?

I imagine they'll have to cut and then patch a lot of holes in to run the wires for the lights, that might be part of the issue - but wow that's a lot of money!
So here is what I found myself;

http://www.northernlightslv.net/sear...current=673872

http://www.northernlightslv.net/sear...current=673861

Going to have a look around this weekend before purchasing.

My 6 wall sconces came in from Cali, wanted something a bit different. Theyre dimmable led fixtures with a light inside and at the base.

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Those sconces are awesome
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Those sconces are awesome
Thank you!

Also managed to get the AV tower assemble today. Marantz's are there as stand ins.

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Well made my first big fail. Assembled the AV tower only to figure out that its too big for its home. Will be returning and opting for the Salamander A5/B Archetype 5.0. Thats the only tower that will fit.
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So literally the only AV tower that I could find that fit in the space intended was the Salamander A5/B Archetype 5.0. Setup was a bit tedious and it looks no where near as good as the previous one, but the important thing is that its sturdy and it fits!
I purchased the spikes for it also.

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The wall sconces are very interesting. Do you have any picture s of what they look like when lit up? Do you have a link to where you purchased them?
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The wall sconces are very interesting. Do you have any picture s of what they look like when lit up? Do you have a link to where you purchased them?
Thank you, im really happy with them. Searched a ton of places to get something modern and different.

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Feels like forever since I started this.

Was supposed to finish it all last year but wifey was asking for a backyard! so this got placed on hold.

However, this was just completed today, the electrical for the six sconces and cove LED lighting was all installed, also had an outlet installed behind the front row for the front sofa. The framing for the wall was installed also, unfortunately that didnt go as planned but that guy got fired anyway.

Next step is the dry wall repair and to hang the door.
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Do you have a make and model for your sconces? The links you've posted are now dead.

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Do you have a make and model for your sconces? The links you've posted are now dead.

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No problem

https://www.bellacor.com/productdeta...waAjRdEALw_wcB

So they were sitting in the to be theater for a while so I decided to install them on the exterior of my home, just so happened I had six sconce locations on the exterior also. Subsequently I had to find some new ones and went with a bit of a different design, as you can see attached also.
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