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post #481 of 726 Old 02-11-2019, 12:34 PM
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Im digging the Madagascar "Alex the Lion" theater chair, thats just epic! ^_^
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Thanks, I'm going for a kinda jungle beach theme

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I just received notice that my screen has shipped. I decided to drop the hammer and really invest in a quality screen after going back and forth for months on AT vs none AT I decided to go with the latter. So I have a 123" 16:9 Stewart Cima Neve fixed frame on the way. Woo hoo!!!

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Another purchase today, thanks to the killer deals area of the forum I picked up two Polk LSiM705 Towers and a LSiM706c Center new, shipped to my door inc taxes for $1,495, MSRP on those three speakers is just shy of $4,200 before tax n shipping. This is a total no-brainer for me as it gets me into some 'big-boy' speakers for a very very affordable price. If I decide I want to upgrade them in a year then I don't think I'll have any problem getting my money back.



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Im assuming you meant $1,495.00 and is this deal still going on??? thats incredible!!! so jealous!!!
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Another purchase today, thanks to the killer deals area of the forum I picked up two Polk LSiM705 Towers and a LSiM706c Center new, shipped to my door inc taxes for $1,4995, MSRP on those three speakers is just shy of $4,200 before tax n shipping. This is a total no-brainer for me as it gets me into some 'big-boy' speakers for a very very affordable price. If I decide I want to upgrade them in a year then I don't think I'll have any problem getting my money back.



Looks like a great addition. Now it's time to uprade the bass to go along with them. As handy as you are, you really should be looking into a pair of DIY subs. The added weight that a solid pair of 18"ers brings will definitely heighten your viewing experience.

Just a suggestion, as I know that you have put A LOT of time & effort into this build...and it is a FANTASTIC build! I can honestly say that I am envious. You have done a remarkable job with that room.
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Im assuming you meant $1,495.00 and is this deal still going on??? thats incredible!!! so jealous!!!
Yep take a look in the deals forum, it was an offer I simply couldnt refuse.

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Made a floating frame for the new screen complete with bias lights using the same RGB strips I've used everywhere else. Still need to blank out all around the edges but this should give a nice 3D effect to the screen mounting making it look like it is hovering off the back wall.



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I'm going with a 120" 16:9 AT screen.

Took a few hrs this weekend to build the first part of the rear riser.



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Great Build. What are you using under the risers? The little black spacers. I am getting close to getting all the walls up and am starting to look at how to build my riser and stage.
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Great Build. What are you using under the risers? The little black spacers. I am getting close to getting all the walls up and am starting to look at how to build my riser and stage.
They are called u boats, acoustic sound isolation feet.

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Made a floating frame for the new screen complete with bias lights using the same RGB strips I've used everywhere else. Still need to blank out all around the edges but this should give a nice 3D effect to the screen mounting making it look like it is hovering off the back wall.

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Did I read correctly, that you chose a non-acoustic screen?
Yep, my throw distance vs desired screen size meant I couldnt afford to lose those 16" behind the screen. Add that to the lumen loss of an AT screen and the potential to see weave from my 9.5ft viewing distance mean that AT was going to cost me too much all around.

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Building out the framing for the speaker housings. I'm squeezing out quarters of an inch all around here to fit the 705s and the 706c while trying not to clip the view of the 123" screen.

Hopefully my shoe horning will make it all work.

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With a little help from my best girl all the framing is painted flat black now ready for the Stewart screen which us supposed to arrive tomorrow



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This beastly box just arrived. Time to get to work.



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Putting the screen together was very easy, the build quality really is excellent. The aluminum frame is a good 2x2 inches, rigid as hell and fully coated in black velvet. The screen material is smoother than silk, an amazing piece of engineering.

The screen fits with about half an inch either side, its absolutely the biggest I could possibly do at 123" viewing area, but I'm sitting just under 10ft away so the ratio is just right.

Hard to photograph of course and I will have to recalibrate to this new screen but you can see already how amazingly neutral and smooth this screen is. I can only imagine what a native 4k PJ will look like on this.



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Thanks for the info. This looks like a cheaper option then the acoustic mats.
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Thanks for the info. This looks like a cheaper option then the acoustic mats.
Yep better as well as it massively reduces your physical contact area.

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Tonight I took my first pass at calibrating with this screen and was pretty blown away with the performance.
On my old 109" DIY screen I struggled to hit 68 nits (19.8 Ft L) with my contrast pushed to 90%, with this new 123" screen I'm easily getting 100 nits (29 ft L) at 84% contrast, so basically over a 50% lift in FL brightness.

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The 705s arrived already, and at 86lbs each they are some.solid beautiful things to behold. I cant believe these things go down to 22hz but man they sure do.



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What amp are you planning to drive them ?
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I have a Denon 6300h

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Nice speakers, but my 20+ year old Klipsch KPS-400's beat that. They are 115 pounds, but have a 15" 300 watt sub built in as well.
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Not that it's a contest... but I've got you both beat, I had to haul my sub boxes down the stairs, about 225lbs each (without the speaker in it, lol), 25.5" wide, 16" deep, 60" tall (think of a coffin), AND I have a turn in my stairs part way down with only a 3'x3' landing... And I had to do this 4 times, then once more with one of my rear subs that weighed the same but was like 16" deep, 48" wide, and 42" tall .. No room to turn on the landing, so we had to dead lift the whole thing (with dolly) straight up to turn it. I finally got smart and built the last one down in the basement, lol. I should have done that with all of them...

There's something about big ass speakers that just makes you feel good...
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Not that it's a contest... but I've got you both beat, I had to haul my sub boxes down the stairs, about 225lbs each (without the speaker in it, lol), 25.5" wide, 16" deep, 60" tall (think of a coffin), AND I have a turn in my stairs part way down with only a 3'x3' landing... And I had to do this 4 times, then once more with one of my rear subs that weighed the same but was like 16" deep, 48" wide, and 42" tall .. No room to turn on the landing, so we had to dead lift the whole thing (with dolly) straight up to turn it. I finally got smart and built the last one down in the basement, lol. I should have done that with all of them...

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Jeez. And I thought it was rough putting my 18s into the attic. They're "just" "tiny" sealed boxes (tiny compared to many sub builds I see around here) a little over 4 cu-ft each, net. 16x22x28", 3/4 MDF, double baffle, lots of internal bracing.With the drivers loaded (+42 lbs), they're more than I'd prefer to lift solo. Couldn't imagine moving some of these subs I see on here, like yours and @TMcG .

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Jeez. And I thought it was rough putting my 18s into the attic. They're "just" "tiny" sealed boxes (tiny compared to many sub builds I see around here) a little over 4 cu-ft each, net. 16x22x28", 3/4 MDF, double baffle, lots of internal bracing.With the drivers loaded (+42 lbs), they're more than I'd prefer to lift solo. Couldn't imagine moving some of these subs I see on here, like yours and @TMcG .
If you do it right, you only have to move them once, lol!
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