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they usually mount using zip ties on the base of the recline mech rail, some also have sticky tape on back to tape first.

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Thanks Alan, I was thinking zip ties but wanted to be sure not to miss something.
What about the cradle for the power supply, is that only on the stand alone models ?
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Thanks Alan, I was thinking zip ties but wanted to be sure not to miss something.
What about the cradle for the power supply, is that only on the stand alone models ?
it's not necessary to cradle the power supply, just put it under the chair on the floor. We started adding that later in the seats, so you might have a seat that has it but earlier
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it's not necessary to cradle the power supply, just put it under the chair on the floor. We started adding that later in the seats, so you might have a seat that has it but earlier
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I'm very interested in either the Southampton or Hamilton, row of 4. I live too far from Chicago where you are but there is a dealer where I live who sells Palliser. Do Palliser have any chairs similar to the Southampton and Hamilton so I can at least somewhat compare what they feel like to sit in. I would really like to order one of your chairs but can't really decide without at least get a sense of how each feel to sit in.
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I'm very interested in either the Southampton or Hamilton, row of 4. I live too far from Chicago where you are but there is a dealer where I live who sells Palliser. Do Palliser have any chairs similar to the Southampton and Hamilton so I can at least somewhat compare what they feel like to sit in. I would really like to order one of your chairs but can't really decide without at least get a sense of how each feel to sit in.
I would say southampton is most like the Palliser playback and our hamilton is like the media or channel style they offer. I would try and sit in those to compare. Our line does sit similar to pallser and we use the similar parts like rafel led cupholders with inserts, okin motors and pocketed seat coil seating.


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Thanks that is very helpful!

I will check those out and let you know. Our new room will be completed late January/early February so I have a few weeks to decide which direction to go and decide on chairs.
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I'm interested in getting the HT Design Paget row of 6 chairs. My wife and I are building a house and we have a loft upstairs, I have limited space. These chairs shouldn't make people feel cramped though, should they?

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I'm interested in getting the HT Design Paget row of 6 chairs. My wife and I are building a house and we have a loft upstairs, I have limited space. These chairs shouldn't make people feel cramped though, should they?

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No the seat itself is very wide, the savings of space is in the arm, however the arms are still comfortable and they still have arm storage for the tray tables.


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Thanks that is very helpful!

I will check those out and let you know. Our new room will be completed late January/early February so I have a few weeks to decide which direction to go and decide on chairs.
Take your time, we are here to help.

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Merry Christmas and happy holidays from all of us at HTmarket.com to all the guys on avs forum. Thanks for the support.

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Hi all,

I'm currently finishing out my basement and have plans to build a dedicated home theater room that will measure approximately 21ft long by 15 feet wide. I've been looking around trying to figure out what type of seating I should put in the room and I came across the seating from HT Design.

I'd like to fit at least 5, if not 6, seats in my front row. The Paget looks to be the narrowst chair that HT Design offers. I still haven't decided if I should go with manual or power recline. I understand that having the power recline lets you set the chair exactly where you want it to be, but I'm really concerned about the motor burning out or failing. Then my HT chair would be basically useless! Going with the manual seems like it might be the more reliable long-term option.

Also, is there a huge difference in the comfort levels of the chairs? My HT room will also double as a music listening room and I spend quite a bit of time listening to music. I'm wondering if I should consider putting one of the more expensive model chairs in my "sweet spot" so that if I'm listening to music or watching a movie I can be in an awesome chair. If the comfort levels of the chairs are vastly different, I may want to put a better chair in my main listening position.

I don't know much about furniture build quality. Are these seats well made? Will they hold up for a long time?
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Hi all,

I'm currently finishing out my basement and have plans to build a dedicated home theater room that will measure approximately 21ft long by 15 feet wide. I've been looking around trying to figure out what type of seating I should put in the room and I came across the seating from HT Design.

I'd like to fit at least 5, if not 6, seats in my front row. The Paget looks to be the narrowst chair that HT Design offers. I still haven't decided if I should go with manual or power recline. I understand that having the power recline lets you set the chair exactly where you want it to be, but I'm really concerned about the motor burning out or failing. Then my HT chair would be basically useless! Going with the manual seems like it might be the more reliable long-term option.

Also, is there a huge difference in the comfort levels of the chairs? My HT room will also double as a music listening room and I spend quite a bit of time listening to music. I'm wondering if I should consider putting one of the more expensive model chairs in my "sweet spot" so that if I'm listening to music or watching a movie I can be in an awesome chair. If the comfort levels of the chairs are vastly different, I may want to put a better chair in my main listening position.

I don't know much about furniture build quality. Are these seats well made? Will they hold up for a long time?
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Hi all,

I'm currently finishing out my basement and have plans to build a dedicated home theater room that will measure approximately 21ft long by 15 feet wide. I've been looking around trying to figure out what type of seating I should put in the room and I came across the seating from HT Design.

I'd like to fit at least 5, if not 6, seats in my front row. The Paget looks to be the narrowst chair that HT Design offers. I still haven't decided if I should go with manual or power recline. I understand that having the power recline lets you set the chair exactly where you want it to be, but I'm really concerned about the motor burning out or failing. Then my HT chair would be basically useless! Going with the manual seems like it might be the more reliable long-term option.

Also, is there a huge difference in the comfort levels of the chairs? My HT room will also double as a music listening room and I spend quite a bit of time listening to music. I'm wondering if I should consider putting one of the more expensive model chairs in my "sweet spot" so that if I'm listening to music or watching a movie I can be in an awesome chair. If the comfort levels of the chairs are vastly different, I may want to put a better chair in my main listening position.

I don't know much about furniture build quality. Are these seats well made? Will they hold up for a long time?
thanks for posting, as for motors burning out that does not happen, we have been selling theater chairs for 16 years and motors don't burn out, so your fear of that happening is common but the actuality of happening is close to nil. As far as manual goes, I would say manual is fine but power is way better that's why we don't stock many manual chairs as power is preffered option as you can put the chair in the most comfortable recline position.


As far as build quailty, it's very good you don't have to buy some more expensive chair for the middle as these will last a long time.


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Thanks for the reply Alan!

I guess I wasn't so much thinking of getting a different chair for the main position from a build quality standpoint, more of a level of comfort standpoint. Are the more expensive chairs more comfortable? Or is the Padget a perfectly comfortable chair to sit in for a few hours at a time?
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Hey Alan, do you guys sell Palliser Reward chairs?
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Thanks for the reply Alan!

I guess I wasn't so much thinking of getting a different chair for the main position from a build quality standpoint, more of a level of comfort standpoint. Are the more expensive chairs more comfortable? Or is the Padget a perfectly comfortable chair to sit in for a few hours at a time?
I have jaymar chairs in my house from years ago I got them in 2006 and they are about 1500 a seat and I actually prefer our imported chairs ht design comfort over the jaymar chairs.

the paget is real comfortable and we use pocketed coil springs in the seating area so it will last along time and provide a level seating area for comfort. You could sit in it all day and still feel comfortable.

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we have them but they since rename the chair Palliser record, just go on our site and check them out, if you need a price email me.

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we don't have that yet, but if you do it post it up here, that would be a nice to have for other members. We may do one at some point but it's real busy now at the office with shipping seats and other things.


We have one more style coming mid Jan called Easthampton, same style as southampton but in bonded leather in both power recline and manual. The power recline one will have led cupholders with usb and base lights, black tables and storage. The manual recline one will just have stainless cupholders black tables and storage.


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Finally had a chance to put together my comparison worksheet. Interesting to see the little nuances in each option. Please use at your own risk since I got distracted several times while putting it together.

My room should be done in the next month or so and this will be very useful in evaluating options at both htmarket.com and other places when I make my purchase so hopefully it helps out others on the forum.

If anyone wants anything else added let me know and I'll try to drop in.

Alan - if there are glaring pieces of misinformation, please let me know and I'll update and repost.

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Finally had a chance to put together my comparison worksheet. Interesting to see the little nuances in each option. Please use at your own risk since I got distracted several times while putting it together.

My room should be done in the next month or so and this will be very useful in evaluating options at both htmarket.com and other places when I make my purchase so hopefully it helps out others on the forum.

If anyone wants anything else added let me know and I'll try to drop in.

Alan - if there are glaring pieces of misinformation, please let me know and I'll update and repost.
Looks good, couple changes though, hamilton and devonshire only come in black top grain. Paget also has a manual version at a lower price point on our site. We also have a new style arriving Jan 3 Easthampton which is southampton twin in black bonded leather both manual and power recline. The power recline has usb and led. We now have that on our site, you can put that in another column if you like. Oh, I just saw one other issue, you need to change photo under hamilton column to hamilton photo, as you still show southampton photo under hamilton.

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Looks good, couple changes though, hamilton and devonshire only come in black top grain. Paget also has a manual version at a lower price point on our site. We also have a new style arriving Jan 3 Easthampton which is southampton twin in black bonded leather both manual and power recline. The power recline has usb and led. We now have that on our site, you can put that in another column if you like. Oh, I just saw one other issue, you need to change photo under hamilton column to hamilton photo, as you still show southampton photo under hamilton.

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Mistakes corrected and Easthampton added. Really wish my room was ready to go as you've got a very nice sale going.
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Mistakes corrected and Easthampton added. Really wish my room was ready to go as you've got a very nice sale going.
yes sale is sitewide all items, 3 days only, thanks for the comparison chart.


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we have them but they since rename the chair Palliser record, just go on our site and check them out, if you need a price email me.

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Do you know if they made changes to the chairs or just updated the name?
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Do you know if they made changes to the chairs or just updated the name?
It's the same chair as before just changed the name, they changed the name about 5 years ago along with changing all the style names.


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What are the main differences between the Bonded Leather and the Top Grain Leather? Is there a different feel to them? Is durability vastly different?
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What are the main differences between the Bonded Leather and the Top Grain Leather? Is there a different feel to them? Is durability vastly different?
top grain is real leather a natural product that is dyed for uniformity of color, the bonded leather is parts of leather glued together hence the term bonded, they feel similar and look similar. Overall real leather will last longer depending on use, it's hard to say exact years etc as it also depends on tempature in room, humidity and sunlight etc. I would say real leather is worth the premium if your going to use the chairs all the time. If it's an occasitonal use room then bonded might work.


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I just ordered a Southampton four-seater with loveseat. Does anyone know what the seat makeup is for that configuration? Is it two righthanders and two lefthanders, or two two-arms and two with no arms, or something else? Curious to know which of my seats will have cupholder controls and which will be inside the seat. Thanks!
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I just ordered a Southampton four-seater with loveseat. Does anyone know what the seat makeup is for that configuration? Is it two righthanders and two lefthanders, or two two-arms and two with no arms, or something else? Curious to know which of my seats will have cupholder controls and which will be inside the seat. Thanks!
I answered my own question watching their video. Looks like there are two two-arm seats and two armless. That's a bit of a bummer as I was hoping the middle seats would get cupholder controls too. Has anyone inquired about getting that other configuration? Is there a difference in cost?
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I answered my own question watching their video. Looks like there are two two-arm seats and two armless. That's a bit of a bummer as I was hoping the middle seats would get cupholder controls too. Has anyone inquired about getting that other configuration? Is there a difference in cost?
there are 2 ways to do it, 2 5201 and 2 5301's this way has all controls on arms for straight row or 1 3901 and 1 5401 and 2 5201's, this has one armless chair which has controls on 1 chair on seat cushion below, it all depends on stock levels which I can check tomorrow on the order. I think we are out of 5301's the lf chair on brown. I also have to check armless 5401.


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there are 2 ways to do it, 2 5201 and 2 5301's this way has all controls on arms for straight row or 1 3901 and 1 5401 and 2 5201's, this has one armless chair which has controls on 1 chair on seat cushion below, it all depends on stock levels which I can check tomorrow on the order. I think we are out of 5301's the lf chair on brown. I also have to check amrless 5401.


Hope that helps but I'll check and email tomorrow.


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That's great to hear, thanks Alan. I strongly prefer two 5201s and two 5301s, and would probably be willing to delay delivery depending on what you think the timing would be to get them in. Let's continue this discussion over email. Thanks again.
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Alan (or anyone who has tested out both)...

Can you share any opinion on qualitative differences between the Southampton and Hamilton seats? I see that the Hamilton are a bit deeper, wider, and taller. My fiance thinks they *look* more cushioned and that they *look* like you sink into them more as compared to the Southampton. Would either of those statements be accurate in your opinion?

We are trying to finalize which seats we would like and I'm sure we would be happy with either, but anything that could help make our decision slightly more informed would be great.
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