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Awesome stuff glad I came across this thread. Nicely done!
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A few pictures of my atmos speakers... And what appears to be a fully operational Death Star has mysteriously appeared...
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Love your theater Very cool vibe and i am guessing very nice to watch movies

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A few pictures of my atmos speakers... And what appears to be a fully operational Death Star has mysteriously appeared...
The darker things get, the harder it is to photograph them ! Nice.
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Love your theater Very cool vibe and i am guessing very nice to watch movies

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Thanks Nalleh! Yes, it is a great environment for watching movies! I wasn't sure how it was going to turn out, but each stage has been an improvement from the last, and now it's at the point where I am very happy with both the sound and picture quality. Always something to improve, but it's definitely to the point where you can become fully engrossed in the movie and really drawn into it, which has been the goal all along.
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The darker things get, the harder it is to photograph them ! Nice.
That's very true Craig!
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That's very true Craig!
I have to over-expose the photos of my theater, and crank the lights, just to be able to show details. Then people think my walls and ceiling are white-ish ( they are dark gray ) and my sectional is Liberace Gold ( it's not ).
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Awesome set up man! I really like all the changes you’ve implemented.
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Awesome set up man! I really like all the changes you’ve implemented.

Thanks! It's coming along pretty well considering I have very little in the way of handy man skills, but I am making it work! Just watched Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle last night with my new NX3000 amp hooked up to my BOSS mini riser, Buttkickers attached to seats and tubes added to BOSS to make it hovercraft enabled, and I was getting thrown around like a rag doll in my HT seats! It was the most fun I've had in some time! Really enjoyable when something you work on comes together and just exceeds anything you had ever hoped for. And the picture was phenonemal as well, which really adds to the realism of the experience.
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Can you give the particulars for the inner tubes under the BOSS? Did it help with ULF or more of a floaty feel? NVM the first part, I see the markings on the inner tube LOL.
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Can you give the particulars for the inner tubes under the BOSS? Did it help with ULF or more of a floaty feel? NVM the first part, I see the markings on the inner tube LOL.
It brings more TR feel, allows you to push more power to the BOSS for even more devastating TR punch, brings a bit more wobble and some negative pressure on occasion, and just overall takes the BOSS to the next level.
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Great, thank you 😎.
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Added some more black velvet to the room. This time, to the right side. It really made a big difference and improved contrast even further when watching movies!
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Looks good! What kind of paint is the velvet covering over? I have an area on the right side as well. Left side is completely velveted.
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Looks good! What kind of paint is the velvet covering over? I have an area on the right side as well. Left side is completely velveted.
The paint is tricorn black. I had a black curtain in this area as well but it did reflect some light, so putting the triple black velvet over it has solved that issue and it’s just a black hole now!
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Is this still holding with just the 2 hex bolts (how long are they) mounted into the wood? Also, where the rubber feet normally go, did you drill those out? I bought a few mounting plates and it seems like the mounting for those feet is on there good.
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Is this still holding with just the 2 hex bolts (how long are they) mounted into the wood? Also, where the rubber feet normally go, did you drill those out? I bought a few mounting plates and it seems like the mounting for those feet is on there good.

Yes, still holding strong! I think the bolts were something like 1 1/4 or 1 1/2 inch long (I don't recall but think I posted that info somewhere), and were too short for the wood I was using so I had to bore out a hole on the back side so I could get the nut onto the bolts. I would recommend getting an appropriate length hex bolt for your own setup (I was just tired of going to the hardware store that day). And as far as the rubber feet, yes, I drilled those out.
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^^^ I still can’t believe that mount is holding up, LOL!
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FINALLY received my order from GIK Acoustics for some bass traps. I got three full size tri traps with limiters plus one demi tri trap for the corners, two 244 bass traps with limiters in front of the subs, and one 244 bass trap in the rear of the room for first/second reflection points. I've got them all in place now and ready for testing tonight!
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^^^ Awesome on the GIK Bass traps!!!

Ive said earlier that I love your room, but man, that back wall just looks SO INSANELY COOL!!!
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^^^ Awesome on the GIK Bass traps!!!

Ive said earlier that I love your room, but man, that back wall just looks SO INSANELY COOL!!!

Thanks Shelby!
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I haven't re-run Audyssey or anything yet, but just wanted to give a quick test with the addition of the bass traps. I watched Mad Max Fury Road as it has a lot of heavy bass and has traditionally been a little more challenging for me to watch at decent volume in my HT (one of those movies that I have to turn way down). With the traps in place, I have to say, I was damn impressed! I had it cranked up and the system played clean and there was no boominess or overbearing sounds being exhibited. in fact, I bumped up the trim another 2dB on my subs and it still sounded clean! Also, because of the trap behind me, I felt like the system as a whole was way more 3 dimensional, and I could hear objects and sounds moving all around the room, which hasn't always been the case in my setup, and dialog was very clear throughout. I also enjoyed the big drums a bit more as I felt like I was able to distinguish their sounds better and more accurately than before. Overall, I think I can say that I am quite happy with the audio improvement with the addition of the bass traps, definitely worth the investment!
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It should be better still after you run Audyssey again !


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Indeed it is! I ran a proper Audyssey calibration last night and then watched Ready Player One. Everything sounded exactly as I hoped it would! I know this movie very well and was able to listen critically to several demo scenes and everything sounded awesome! The dialog was the best I've ever heard it, clear and powerful with proper tone throughout. The bass was powerful and impactful but not boomy and really shined! Best I've heard it since I used to have VNF's behind me (which I can no longer run due to my tinnitus), and this is with my dual 15's in the front of the room! One scene I really like is when the zombie lady brings down the big axe right in front of Aech! It hit with tremendous authority, and is one of my key tests when I am setting up my subs! It aced that test! And again, I was very pleased with the 3d aspect of the sound, as it moved all around the room and was very distinct and accurate. I was even able to turn my atmos speakers down a bit (I used to run them about +5db hot, and now it sounds great at +2.5), and that all stems from the addition of the room treatments.
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Indeed it is! I ran a proper Audyssey calibration last night and then watched Ready Player One. Everything sounded exactly as I hoped it would! I know this movie very well and was able to listen critically to several demo scenes and everything sounded awesome! The dialog was the best I've ever heard it, clear and powerful with proper tone throughout. The bass was powerful and impactful but not boomy and really shined! Best I've heard it since I used to have VNF's behind me (which I can no longer run due to my tinnitus), and this is with my dual 15's in the front of the room! One scene I really like is when the zombie lady brings down the big axe right in front of Aech! It hit with tremendous authority, and is one of my key tests when I am setting up my subs! It aced that test! And again, I was very pleased with the 3d aspect of the sound, as it moved all around the room and was very distinct and accurate. I was even able to turn my atmos speakers down a bit (I used to run them about +5db hot, and now it sounds great at +2.5), and that all stems from the addition of the room treatments.


That is one of my go to “ test “ movies too. I bet it sounds great.


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Looks awesome m0j0. Every time I look at your theater, the improvements made are impressive. You've done a lot in the last 6 months to bring out the best of magic in the movies. I love the totally blacked out look and using black material over your front speakers to make the screen appear to hover in the air. I bet the projector hush box made a big difference in immersion also. All those little details add up quickly to bring us one step closer to being there in the movie.

I have to echo what Shelby said also....your back wall with Darth and the red lights....SWEET!
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Looks awesome m0j0. Every time I look at your theater, the improvements made are impressive. You've done a lot in the last 6 months to bring out the best of magic in the movies. I love the totally blacked out look and using black material over your front speakers to make the screen appear to hover in the air. I bet the projector hush box made a big difference in immersion also. All those little details add up quickly to bring us one step closer to being there in the movie.

I have to echo what Shelby said also....your back wall with Darth and the red lights....SWEET!

Thanks Tim! I am really digging the setup these days, as both picture and sound are just so enveloping! I try to flip back and forth and work on things to help improve the picture aspect for awhile, then flip back to audio and work on that for awhile. The hush box definitely made a big difference, and now with the acoustic treatments, I am really starting to experience 3d audio the way it's meant to be experienced, so I am pretty psyched about it! And of course, the TR with my HoverBOSS is 2nd to none and I just love being able to really experience the impact of the ULF of a movie (with BEQ in effect to really make the track dynamic and powerful on the ULF side)! It's been a learning curve but you guys here on the forum are a wealth of knowledge and I truly appreciate everyone's feedback and insight in helping me to finally achieve a life long dream of mine to have a true Home Theater that rivals any commercial theater experience out there!
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Thanks Tim! I am really digging the setup these days, as both picture and sound are just so enveloping! I try to flip back and forth and work on things to help improve the picture aspect for awhile, then flip back to audio and work on that for awhile. The hush box definitely made a big difference, and now with the acoustic treatments, I am really starting to experience 3d audio the way it's meant to be experienced, so I am pretty psyched about it! And of course, the TR with my HoverBOSS is 2nd to none and I just love being able to really experience the impact of the ULF of a movie (with BEQ in effect to really make the track dynamic and powerful on the ULF side)! It's been a learning curve but you guys here on the forum are a wealth of knowledge and I truly appreciate everyone's feedback and insight in helping me to finally achieve a life long dream of mine to have a true Home Theater that rivals any commercial theater experience out there!
That's awesome! You're soaking it up like a sponge and gettin' er done! It's a rewarding hobby. And best of all, we can share our passion with friends and family. After all, who doesn't like to watch movies
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