Originally Posted by freudie1
Speechless. The amount of time involved in this room is enormous (and I wasn't part of it, I KNOW it was from experience).
When you are bored, drop a list of equipment used.
Once again, outstanding. Your house must be equally impressive.
freudie1, at the beginning of this thread (1st message) I posted a link to a thread that Art Sonnenborn started, telling his experiences when he visited me last weekend. In post #16 of that thread, I showed an equipment list, but it is more appropriate to repeat it here:
(Here is a more complete list of equipment - much of this I didn't mention before):
Mark Levinson 533H (1 of these)
Mark Levinson 531H (3 of these)
KYD (Keith Yates Design) UA-12K (SpeakerPower SP2-12000)
JBL Synthesis SDA-8300 8 channel (3)
JBL Synthesis SDA-4100 4 channel (1)
Lake LM-44 (11 of these)
Trinnov Altitude 32
Behind the screen - 12 24
" UberSubs (custom designed). There are also 2
" UberSubs, one below each center seat in row 2 & 3 (there are 3 rows of 5 seats each).
More subs - 8
JL SHOC-24 subs behind the side & rear walls. (So 22
JBL Pro M2s (3
of them) behind the screen.
JBL Pro SCS 8 speakers in the ceiling (10
JBL Pro AC28/26 (4
of these, 2 front left, 2 front right)
JBL Pro 8340A (6
of these, 2 side left, 2 side right, 2 rear)
Total # of speakers: 45
It is an Atmos system.
Lumagen Radiance Pro
Kaleidescape DV700 disc vault (9 of these)
Kaleidescape 3U server (2 of these)
Samsung 8500 4K player
Stewart SnoMatte 100 LS, Microperf, Director's Choice, 4-way masking
Screen size is 19' wide, 9' high
(The full frame is 22.3' wide and 12.2' high)
13' high (but it's really 16' high - see below)
It's a floating room so there's room outside the theater proper. Above the ceiling height there's another 3' (for speakers acoustic treatment). So above the 16' height, there's a full attic above for all the HVAC stuff, sound dampening, duct silencers, etc. We have huge supplies & returns in the theater to move a lot of air slowly.
There's also another 2 1/2' on either side of the theater for speakers, acoustic materials and sound deadening.
We have 2 airlocks in the back of the theater, a little under 4' feet deep. Each airlock has 400lb. 3" doors
15 1/2' long
9 1/2' wide with an extra 3' for the projection stand & port
There's full rack room in the basement that houses all the Kaleidescape servers and vaults and Crestron control. The wiring alone in the house is insane but we were able to do it cause we gutted the entire place.