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With lots of help from Roman along the way, I finally have my 8 Fusion Jive Midnight Blue Reclining seats with Buttkickers and trays, wine glass holders, iPad Tablet holder, set up and fully functional.

We are now enjoying 4K movies and other video sources in both Blue-ray and streaming video from Xfinity, Apple TV, Netflix, Prime, etc., in our new Dolby Atmos theater.
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I was wondering what the Jive dual love seats looked like in a narrow theater. Mine will be 14' so this would work or nicely. I really like the blue theme as well.
After going with the narrow seats, it turned out that I probably could have gone with standard width, but we are happy with them. We have the removable armrests in between the standalone seats and can remove them is a couple wants extra space.
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Here are some more examples:

The last one shows Jive-1013is in IOOIIOOI configuration, but it can easily be rearranged into IOIOOIOI configuration.
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Hi Roman @rsh

My carpets are going in on May 21st, after that I will finally be able to go ahead and get my seats. I'm almost sold on the Jives. I want 6 seats in curve with a outside edge measurement of 185" (going to measure again tonight to make sure I have the exact size).

I'd like to go with a IOVOVOOVOVOI configuration, just wondering if any other styles will also fit in that curved space.

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This particular configuration will only allow to fit Jive-1013s in the 185" space.

In order to give you this configuration, I will have to break some sets I have, and if any of those sets are sold, I may not have enough inventory to give you what you need.

I strongly suggest purchasing your set ASAP. If you do I would reserve the pieces you need, and we can ship them right away or we can ship upon receiving your request (we will warehouse them for free). Also, remember that shipping from NJ to CA may take 7-8 business days.

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This particular configuration will only allow to fit Jive-1013s in the 185" space.

In order to give you this configuration, I will have to break some sets I have, and if any of those sets are sold, I may not have enough inventory to give you what you need.

I strongly suggest purchasing your set ASAP. If you do I would reserve the pieces you need, and we can ship them right away or we can ship upon receiving your request (we will warehouse them for free). Also, remember that shipping from NJ to CA may take 7-8 business days.
Thanks for the response. I'm waiting on payment for an item I sold (to pay for the seats) which is supposed to be happening this weekend, once that completes I can submit the order, I'll hit you up on email to discuss price and configuration.

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Joe,

I just wanted to thank you for your order, and let you know that your chairs have been picked up from our warehouse today.

They are on the way to you.

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36 pages so I didnt go through all of them but does your entire product line offer build in buttkicker plates? so even if we choose not to add buttkickers the ability to add our own is there? I already own several which is why I am asking. Thanks.

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Yes, all our chairs come BUTTKICKER ready, and what that means is that we factory pre-install kinetic rubber isolators to decouple the chairs from the floor and damp all vibrations that come from the buttkicker. We also factory pre-install the buttkicker plate that will accept the BK4-4 advanced buttkicker.

If you have the BK-LFE (a bigger one) that will not fit under the chair. It is too big, and will cause the chair mech. to hit the buttkicker while reclining.
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ah okay, yeah right now I have two Buttkicker LFE directly mounted to the back of my queen size sleeper sofa couch lol... so those can continue to live there if I get around to being able to order these chairs but that wont be until I move. ^^;;

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ah okay, yeah right now I have two Buttkicker LFE directly mounted to the back of my queen size sleeper sofa couch lol... so those can continue to live there if I get around to being able to order these chairs but that wont be until I move. ^^;;
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Quick question, only because I'm not home so I can't check.... Are the fusion tribute's feet removeable? And if so, how much do they contribute to seat height? An inch? 2?

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Quick question, only because I'm not home so I can't check.... Are the fusion tribute's feet removeable? And if so, how much do they contribute to seat height? An inch? 2?

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Hopefully roman can confirm or correct me if I am wrong.... from memory, the feet are essentially rubber pads that are removable by removing a screw/bolt. I would say on a hard surface they may add up to an inch clearance to the bottom of the chairs.

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We do not use feet under the chairs Instead we use kinetic rubber isolators, which are part of the BUTTKICKER-READY feature. The isolators are 3/4" high, and can be taken off by removing the screw that is recessed into the isolator. While I have not tested this, I would probably not recommend doing so, because it may interfere with proper opening and closing of the chair footrest.

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Huge thanks to Roman! My Jive seats arrived quickly and in perfect condition, everything was exactly as discussed and we are super happy with the quality and comfort.

A great buying experience and a really nice product.



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Joel,

I love your room - really cool looking...

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This particular configuration will only allow to fit Jive-1013s in the 185" space.

In order to give you this configuration, I will have to break some sets I have, and if any of those sets are sold, I may not have enough inventory to give you what you need.

I strongly suggest purchasing your set ASAP. If you do I would reserve the pieces you need, and we can ship them right away or we can ship upon receiving your request (we will warehouse them for free). Also, remember that shipping from NJ to CA may take 7-8 business days.
Roman, what is the width of 6 Jives in IOVOVOOVOVOI configuration? I am now going to make me room 248" from 168". I was trying to figure out how wide my isles will be if I went with the Jive's.

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Roman, what is the width of 6 Jives in IOVOVOOVOVOI configuration? I am now going to make me room 248" from 168". I was trying to figure out how wide my isles will be if I went with the Jive's.
I do not have exact measurements for this configuration, but it should be around 175" wide leaving you with about 3 foot isles in each side of that row.

Joel,

Is that possible for you to measure this configuration, so we have exact size?

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I do not have exact measurements for this configuration, but it should be around 175" wide leaving you with about 3 foot isles in each side of that row.

Joel,

Is that possible for you to measure this configuration, so we have exact size?
Thank you. That's about what I calculated from from your website measurements. I am a big guy working on getting smaller, but my current recliner is 21" wide and I have no problems seating in it, so most of my friends and family shouldn't either. Maybe with some luck I could be ready for new chairs by Christmas or sooner I hope. Now I think have room plan I like. The funny thing this is what I had set up, but brother in law who has a theater thought I ought to make the room not as wide.

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Ladeback,

You may want to look into bigger chairs like Tribute-1015s for example. They will give 24" wide seat and a taller back. IN addition to all the features the Jives have, the Tribute will also have a manually adjustable headrest. It is very comfortable chair and it looks great as well. You can still fit the confirmation you are looking for with about 2 foot isles on each side of that row.

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You may want to look into bigger chairs like Tribute-1015s for example. They will give 24" wide seat and a taller back. IN addition to all the features the Jives have, the Tribute will also have a manually adjustable headrest. It is very comfortable chair and it looks great as well. You can still fit the confirmation you are looking for with about 2 foot isles on each side of that row.
I do like those as well. If I did I would probably go with three love seats in a row so IOOVOOVOOI. I think that would be about 177" wide and give me about 3' isle's. I would like 30" to 36" isle's. I would also probably get at least 2 of the armrest dividers as well.

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You can do that as well, but this configuration would require one of the chairs to be armless, and that one would not have a USB port, nor it will come with the tray table. You will also have only 4 stationary armrests with the storage compartments instead of 6.

FYI: 2 foot isles are usually enough for home theaters/meadia rooms because this is not a high traffic area.

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Folks,

Just FYI: All new shipments will have a price increase due to the new 25% tariff on the furniture.

Whatever we have in stock now will still carry old pricing, so it makes sense to order your seats while our stock allows.

We can warehouse the chairs for free and ship at future point in time, but you would need to purchase your chairs if you want the set(s) you need to be reserved and held for you.

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Folks,

Just FYI: All new shipments will have a price increase due to the new 25% tariff on the furniture.

Whatever we have in stock now will still carry old pricing, so it makes sense to order your seats while our stock allows.

We can warehouse the chairs for free and ship at future point in time, but you would need to purchase your chairs if you want the set(s) you need to be reserved and held for you.
Just sent you an email for quote.
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AnnapolisSony,

I have replied to your email, and just wanted to make sure you got it.

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Just FYI: All new shipments will have a price increase due to the new 25% tariff on the furniture.



Whatever we have in stock now will still carry old pricing, so it makes sense to order your seats while our stock allows.



We can warehouse the chairs for free and ship at future point in time, but you would need to purchase your chairs if you want the set(s) you need to be reserved and held for you.

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You may want to look into bigger chairs like Tribute-1015s for example. They will give 24" wide seat and a taller back. IN addition to all the features the Jives have, the Tribute will also have a manually adjustable headrest. It is very comfortable chair and it looks great as well. You can still fit the confirmation you are looking for with about 2 foot isles on each side of that row.

@Ladeback I was about to grab the jives, and got the Tributes at the last moment—literally changed the day of order. So glad I did. They’re larger (I’m also a big guy working on getting smaller) and I love the adjustable headrest feature. And they are super, super comfortable. I’m sure I would have been happy with the Jives as well, but I’m glad I went with the Tributes.


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@Ladeback I was about to grab the jives, and got the Tributes at the last moment—literally changed the day of order. So glad I did. They’re larger (I’m also a big guy working on getting smaller) and I love the adjustable headrest feature. And they are super, super comfortable. I’m sure I would have been happy with the Jives as well, but I’m glad I went with the Tributes.


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Thanks Matt.

I am 6' used to be 430 lbs last year on 3/11/19 had bariatric sleeve surgery. Preop I was 407, currently 330. Working to get to 220, maybe 200 if I keep at it. My current chair I sit in is 21" wide so not an issue, but the adjustable headrest would be nice. I'm now probably going to make my room 20'-8"x25'-7" so would go with 1 row of 6 and a back bar.

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Has anyone received their freight damaged either visibly from the outside or concealed? If so, what recourse did you take? I heard if you refuse delivery you might be on the hook for additional shipping charges.
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Heard from whom?

Whoever you decide to purchase from you may want to ask how they handle delivery and damages (if any).

In our specific case, you want to make sure that someone is there to accept a delivery, so all the boxes are inspected to ensure that there are no damages. If you find a problem, let's say a box was penetrated with the forklift, you should ask the driver to open this box and inspect the furniture. Any damages need to be recorded, and noted on the paperwork you are signing at the delivery. If the damage is minor, we suggest accepting the delivery, and we would help to resolve any issues, and do minor repairs if necessary. If the damage is not minor, you can refuse that particular piece. Again, the customer would need to make sure that all the damages are recorded, and pictures are taken. That piece would come back to our warehouse, where we inspect the furniture, and will file a claim with the tracking company. Meanwhile we will send a replacement piece.

Bottom line - if the proper procedure is followed you would have zero out of pocket expense, and will get taken care of.

If there are damages, and none of the notes, pictures, etc.. are made at time of delivery, we would have no recourse, and cannot file a claim with the trucking company. In this case it would be customer's responsibility to do so.

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