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Anyone using this stay at home order to do some home theater projects or enjoying their theater?

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My wife and I last night ordered from a local restaurant we love called Targo in the Northland that is kind of like La bodega. The food was great, I ordered it, went and picked it up and they brought the food to my truck. You can even order alcohol to go. We watched The Spi In Disguise in our living room on our 75" 4K TV, because she didn't feel like going to our basement. It is 5.1 surround, so I didn't mind. This morning we watched Running With The Divil. It was interesting, but not sure I would watch it again.

I am currently down in my theater just watching done YouTube videos, may watch a movie later.

I did get some brackets to mount small bookshelf speakers from my unfinished ceiling, but can't bring myself to put screws in the back of my Klipsch speakers. I think I am going to try out some old Phase Tech PC40's first to see if I like the set up. Also I could have 7.1.2 then. Not sure what else I may do during the quarantine.

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You guys get to stay at home?


I did watch The Cloverfield Paradox on Netflix. It's worth a viewing. I also watched the Austin Powers Trilogy while I did some honey-do tasks this weekend. Such a classic.
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Tried to watch Dark Phoenix the other night and made it to the shuttle launch scene (like 5 minutes in) and got told to shut it down....haha. I have done some gaming tho lately so that's nice.
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Subcended today! Went from the 2x REL 212SE that I had, they are being returned, to 2x JTR Captivator 4000 ULF - 200 lbs of total subs to 600 lbs.

It was a serious pain just getting them into my house. With the Rona going around and social distancing I was in my on and my arms and legs ache from manhandling these things. I had to literally roll them end over end into my house. Pushed them up to a set of stairs, put foam on the stairs and then rolled them up end over end up and in. Then I came to the carpet. These things are so heavy they won’t even slide. I had to breakout the carpet sliders. Even then it was stupid hard to move them, but they’re in.

First thing my wife did to me when she walked in the door from work and saw them was look me square in the face, shake her head and say, “Why? Just why? Your other subs were big. You didn’t tel me these were bigger. What is wrong with you?” Oops... She’ll get over it.

Initially listening impressions is that these things are amazing. The sound quality is exponentially better than the REL. People say the REL are smooth and they were, but these things just sound effortless and there is headroom. I’m my god there is headroom. There is headroom for the headroom that already has headroom. I have not cranked them because even at low volume you can hear them from the street outside my house...

JTR, you are a master craftsmen my friend. These should be endgame subs for anyone looking to upgrade. I know they are for me.

P.S. JTR confirmed for me that these have the new drivers in them. I never did hear the JTR subs with the old drivers, but I assume these are just a smidge better?

Before with the REL subs.


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Nice! Yea that's a serious upgrade. Larger drivers just hit everything so effortlessly it's crazy. Barely move at normal levels. Once you get those all tuned, it'll be crazy how much more low end you'll have!

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[quote=M0ltar;59411612]Subcended today! Went from the 2x REL 212SE that I had, they are being returned, to 2x JTR Captivator 4000 ULF - 200 lbs of total subs to 600 lbs.

It was a serious pain just getting them into my house. With the Rona going around and social distancing I was in my on and my arms and legs ache from manhandling these things. I had to literally roll them end over end into my house. Pushed them up to a set of stairs, put foam on the stairs and then rolled them up end over end up and in. Then I came to the carpet. These things are so heavy they won’t even slide. I had to breakout the carpet sliders. Even then it was stupid hard to move them, but they’re in.

First thing my wife did to me when she walked in the door from work and saw them was look me square in the face, shake her head and say, “Why? Just why? Your other subs were big. You didn’t tel me these were bigger. What is wrong with you?” Oops... She’ll get over it.

Initially listening impressions is that these things are amazing. The sound quality is exponentially better than the REL. People say the REL are smooth and they were, but these things just sound effortless and there is headroom. I’m my god there is headroom. There is headroom for the headroom that already has headroom. I have not cranked them because even at low volume you can hear them from the street outside my house...

JTR, you are a master craftsmen my friend. These should be endgame subs for anyone looking to upgrade. I know they are for me.

P.S. JTR confirmed for me that these have the new drivers in them. I never did hear the JTR subs with the old drivers, but I assume these are just a smidge better?


2 Captivator 4000 ULF? I experiences one of the first ones of these in 2017 during the crawl at d_c's and thought that would be more base then I ever need in my room I am slowly building. Guess I am getting old. My wife would have said no way to the 4000's. I would just be happy with a coupe RS2's if I could afford them.

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Subcended today! Went from the 2x REL 212SE that I had, they are being returned, to 2x JTR Captivator 4000 ULF - 200 lbs of total subs to 600 lbs.



It was a serious pain just getting them into my house. With the Rona going around and social distancing I was in my on and my arms and legs ache from manhandling these things. I had to literally roll them end over end into my house. Pushed them up to a set of stairs, put foam on the stairs and then rolled them up end over end up and in. Then I came to the carpet. These things are so heavy they won’t even slide. I had to breakout the carpet sliders. Even then it was stupid hard to move them, but they’re in.



First thing my wife did to me when she walked in the door from work and saw them was look me square in the face, shake her head and say, “Why? Just why? Your other subs were big. You didn’t tel me these were bigger. What is wrong with you?” Oops... She’ll get over it.



Initially listening impressions is that these things are amazing. The sound quality is exponentially better than the REL. People say the REL are smooth and they were, but these things just sound effortless and there is headroom. I’m my god there is headroom. There is headroom for the headroom that already has headroom. I have not cranked them because even at low volume you can hear them from the street outside my house...



JTR, you are a master craftsmen my friend. These should be endgame subs for anyone looking to upgrade. I know they are for me.



P.S. JTR confirmed for me that these have the new drivers in them. I never did hear the JTR subs with the old drivers, but I assume these are just a smidge better?





2 Captivator 4000 ULF? I experiences one of the first ones of these in 2017 during the crawl at d_c's and thought that would be more base then I ever need in my room I am slowly building. Guess I am getting old. My wife would have said no way to the 4000's. I would just be happy with a coupe RS2's if I could afford them.



Enjoy them and don't be surprised when your neighbors come knocking on the door asking what is going on.


I’m more worried about drywall detaching. These things are crazy! I can’t turn them up too loud because of the room they’re in and me being worried about a giant mirror coming off the wall.
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I’m more worried about drywall detaching. These things are crazy! I can’t turn them up too loud because of the room they’re in and me being worried about a giant mirror coming off the wall.
When Jeff brought the one 4000 and I believe a pair of Noesis 212HT's to the Home theater craw in 2017, d_c had just put up drywall in his basement theater and it was backing the screws out of the wall. He went around with a cordless drill screwing them back in. It also made the his chafing dish burners got out in the kitchen above and was vibrating the whole house.

I could have brought the 4000 ULF in for a demo in my basement theater, but the wife said no and I didn't want to deal with getting it to my basement and back up.

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Subcended today! Went from the 2x REL 212SE that I had, they are being returned, to 2x JTR Captivator 4000 ULF - 200 lbs of total subs to 600 lbs.

It was a serious pain just getting them into my house. With the Rona going around and social distancing I was in my on and my arms and legs ache from manhandling these things. I had to literally roll them end over end into my house. Pushed them up to a set of stairs, put foam on the stairs and then rolled them up end over end up and in. Then I came to the carpet. These things are so heavy they won’t even slide. I had to breakout the carpet sliders. Even then it was stupid hard to move them, but they’re in.

First thing my wife did to me when she walked in the door from work and saw them was look me square in the face, shake her head and say, “Why? Just why? Your other subs were big. You didn’t tel me these were bigger. What is wrong with you?” Oops... She’ll get over it.

Initially listening impressions is that these things are amazing. The sound quality is exponentially better than the REL. People say the REL are smooth and they were, but these things just sound effortless and there is headroom. I’m my god there is headroom. There is headroom for the headroom that already has headroom. I have not cranked them because even at low volume you can hear them from the street outside my house...

JTR, you are a master craftsmen my friend. These should be endgame subs for anyone looking to upgrade. I know they are for me.

P.S. JTR confirmed for me that these have the new drivers in them. I never did hear the JTR subs with the old drivers, but I assume these are just a smidge better?

Before with the REL subs.


After with the JTR subs.

The bass already sounded great in that room with the old subs, has to be crazy now... also I really liked those ML's for music. I didn't hear them for movies but I bet they are great for that too.
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Who is up for seeing Top Gun Maverick in June.

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The new, long trailer looks pretty good. I'm open to a GTG at my new theater, hopefully this year. Archaea & carp have been by for a brief pre-isolation demo.

Topgun 1 might be a good one. I see it's coming out in UHD May 19 (what a coincidence). I've already bought it three times (DVD, Blu-ray, 3-D). Not sure I can stomach a fourth purchase, but we'll see. I was a F-14 RIO, (see, Goose). I left shortly before filming began. We were in the same hanger as Topgun. Some of my former colleagues did the flying as well as cameo appearances as extras. We could also discuss the movie vs real life Navy fighters, etc.

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The new, long trailer looks pretty good. I'm open to a GTG at my new theater, hopefully this year. Archaea & carp have been by for a brief pre-isolation demo.



Topgun 1 might be a good one. I see it's coming out in UHD May 19 (what a coincidence). I've already bought it three times (DVD, Blu-ray, 3-D). Not sure I can stomach a fourth purchase, but we'll see. I was a F-14 RIO, (see, Goose). I left shortly before filming began. We were in the same hanger as Topgun. Some of my former colleagues did the flying as well as cameo appearances as extras. We could also discuss the movie vs real life Navy fighters, etc.


I’d be down for that. Not until this COVID19 stuff passes though unfortunately.
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The new, long trailer looks pretty good. I'm open to a GTG at my new theater, hopefully this year. Archaea & carp have been by for a brief pre-isolation demo.

Topgun 1 might be a good one. I see it's coming out in UHD May 19 (what a coincidence). I've already bought it three times (DVD, Blu-ray, 3-D). Not sure I can stomach a fourth purchase, but we'll see. I was a F-14 RIO, (see, Goose). I left shortly before filming began. We were in the same hanger as Topgun. Some of my former colleagues did the flying as well as cameo appearances as extras. We could also discuss the movie vs real life Navy fighters, etc.

I would be up for it as well. I have it on laser disk and through Prime. I did see it is coming out in UHD soon.

Now the COVID19 may be a while from what I am hearing. There is talk of not have a college football season. It comes down to when people stop testing positive before people can go back to work. AMC is closed for 3 months, they must think it is going to be a while.

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What we could do to get our interactions in with other people is do something like weekly or biweekly video conferences on Zoom, Discord, or similar. Could be a good way to just chat about AVS or other things until this whole things blows over.
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One's down, one's up. Maybe we need a poll.
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I might give Top Gun on UHD a shot. I have the 3D set already, so I don't need it. I'll see how the reviews come out. I imagine that one could sound pretty awesome if they do a good job on the Atmos (or DTS:X?) mix.
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Subcended today! Went from the 2x REL 212SE that I had, they are being returned, to 2x JTR Captivator 4000 ULF - 200 lbs of total subs to 600 lbs.

It was a serious pain just getting them into my house. With the Rona going around and social distancing I was in my on and my arms and legs ache from manhandling these things. I had to literally roll them end over end into my house. Pushed them up to a set of stairs, put foam on the stairs and then rolled them up end over end up and in. Then I came to the carpet. These things are so heavy they won’t even slide. I had to breakout the carpet sliders. Even then it was stupid hard to move them, but they’re in.

First thing my wife did to me when she walked in the door from work and saw them was look me square in the face, shake her head and say, “Why? Just why? Your other subs were big. You didn’t tel me these were bigger. What is wrong with you?” Oops... She’ll get over it.

Initially listening impressions is that these things are amazing. The sound quality is exponentially better than the REL. People say the REL are smooth and they were, but these things just sound effortless and there is headroom. I’m my god there is headroom. There is headroom for the headroom that already has headroom. I have not cranked them because even at low volume you can hear them from the street outside my house...

JTR, you are a master craftsmen my friend. These should be endgame subs for anyone looking to upgrade. I know they are for me.

P.S. JTR confirmed for me that these have the new drivers in them. I never did hear the JTR subs with the old drivers, but I assume these are just a smidge better?

Before with the REL subs.


After with the JTR subs.

Congrats! I’ll need a demo when this crap blows over. Acoustic music on Martin Logans is about as good it gets I think
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My room isn’t hugely conducive to awesomeness at the money as this setup is in my living room. Building a new house with a dedicated theater space, but have to make due with what I have for now.
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Bought Midway through Vudu the other night. Man, that was a bass monster! Really some great sound in that movie (surround effects, not just bass). Movie itself was pretty interesting. Wife actually stayed awake to watch it as well, she enjoyed it. Some of the special effects were kinda.... off. Idk, the fires in the opening Pearl Harbor scene just didn't look right to me at times. But liked it overall. Subs hadn't had a workout like that in a while...

Anyone else love the bass in that movie?

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Bought Midway through Vudu the other night. Man, that was a bass monster! Really some great sound in that movie (surround effects, not just bass). Movie itself was pretty interesting. Wife actually stayed awake to watch it as well, she enjoyed it. Some of the special effects were kinda.... off. Idk, the fires in the opening Pearl Harbor scene just didn't look right to me at times. But liked it overall. Subs hadn't had a workout like that in a while...

Anyone else love the bass in that movie?
I want to see it and 1917. I may hit up Redbox soon to try them both out. Wish I had some kind of 4K in the basement. I like the brightness and contrast of my new 4K TV, but like the large screen in my basement theater. Maybe some day.
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My room isn’t hugely conducive to awesomeness at the money as this setup is in my living room. Building a new house with a dedicated theater space, but have to make due with what I have for now.
What part of KC are you building in and do you have a plan of your theater you could share on here?

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