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Two are wrapped.

Going to try to do the other two tonight.
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Two are wrapped.

Going to try to do the other two tonight.
Nice!

Tony what are you using to secure the velvet to the stand?

Thanks to you and Nick I now have 9 yards of velvet in the basement ready to be mounted to some boards. These will cover my screen wall with Black Triple Velvet.

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Nice!

Tony what are you using to secure the velvet to the stand?

Thanks to you and Nick I now have 9 yards of velvet in the basement ready to be mounted to some boards. These will cover my screen wall with Black Triple Velvet.

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Yeah, that's what I used to attach it to my masking panels, air conditioner cover, and patio blinds cover box thing. For my walls and ceiling obviously I couldn't glue it so I used thumbtacks.
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Do you guys like the small updates here? Or should I just keep them in my build thread?
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Do you guys like the small updates here? Or should I just keep them in my build thread?
I like seeing updates in this thread. It's nice to get ideas from everyone in one place. I know things are covered elsewhere on AVS, but you actually have to go digging for them. Although I'm a hypocrite right now.... I will post some updates after my GTG.
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Wow, Dark Black velvet is dark.
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Never underestimate the power of the dark side! Looks good

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Has anyone ever opened up a projector? Am I in a world of hurt if I open up a Sony VPL-HW45ES? I've posted in my projector's thread, but no response (it's only been a day). The tilt/shift adjustments are not working and I'm wondering if the worm screws (if that's what they are) got stripped. I know this is a very specific problem, but I figured I should ask before playing around.
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Has anyone ever opened up a projector? Am I in a world of hurt if I open up a Sony VPL-HW45ES? I've posted in my projector's thread, but no response (it's only been a day). The tilt/shift adjustments are not working and I'm wondering if the worm screws (if that's what they are) got stripped. I know this is a very specific problem, but I figured I should ask before playing around.
If not, and you wanted some emotional group support I’m sure we can be there with you as you attempt it.

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I don't think you will break it.

You are pretty DIY so I think you might be able to figure out why it isn't working.

Just try to keep the area free of dust I guess.

I have not opened projectors before but I have seen others do it just fine. People have painted the insides black, replaced polarizers, replaced color wheels, etc and come out fine.
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Then maybe even have Nick and I calibrate it.
Haha, you guys already tweaked it during the GTG, which was amazing watching you two do your thing. The picture still looks phenomenal. The only reason I'm worried about fixing the shift adjustment is because I ordered a larger screen. If it needs an adjustment I'll poke around and gauge it from there. Perhaps then the old screen will become an outdoor setup.
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Haha, you guys already tweaked it during the GTG, which was amazing watching you two do your thing. The picture still looks phenomenal. The only reason I'm worried about fixing the shift adjustment is because I ordered a larger screen. If it needs an adjustment I'll poke around and gauge it from there. Perhaps then the old screen will become an outdoor setup.
We have more ability to tweak now too.

But outdoor setup is an awesome idea.
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While this is true, I highly doubt my caliber of screen would justify anything more than what you two have already done. I've been seriously tossing around the idea of creating a dedicated room in the basement, in which case I would pony up for a proper screen, but that would be a ways out.
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Here is a “rough” look at the new surround and rear speaker stands and layout...

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I owe a huge thanks to Tony and Nick. Yesterday they stopped out to calibrate my projector for the GTG. Their knowledge and abilities are truly incredible. It looks like I have a new projector! We also ran a couple demos and found out that I am experiencing a strange null in my room and weird behavior with ARC Genesis. It became really apparent that I need to invest some time learning REW, if anything, to double check my room calibration results after I run ARC. Once we got to the bottom of my issues, we were able to play a couple demo clips with the RS1s. Yeah..... they are awesome! To be honest, I wasn't sure what to expect for output in my room, but they are more than enough for my listening habits. My wife told me that she could feel vibrations two floors above the theater and my 4 year old shamed me because I scared her. She was on the second floor with mom.... The GTG should be a lot of fun!
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You are welcome Rad. Nick and I both enjoy doing this for our fellow theater enthusiasts.

I still cant believe how fast Nick learned all of this as well. He will likely be an acoustics expert soon enough too.

But it was entertaining to see you get shamed by your daughter.

Job well done I guess!
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I know for my first GTG last year we had some members in the Madison area express interest in joining the fun. Anyone new interested in attending?
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The Menards run was a bust for handi panels. Long story short a buddy is getting laid off of work for a week and I asked if he would like getting paid for building a few sub cabinets. He sounds interested! I took some time and made an assembly guide for the Mini, looks pretty easy but I know how that goes... https://www.avsforum.com/forum/155-d...l#post58712994
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He sure is! :P GTG material? heh
Hey now, I resemble that remark 🤓

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Yes the stormbreaker or should I say “ back breaker” has a new home. And yes the room is small 13x18 at the widest end. Received the other 2 laVoce 21” drivers today. 2 NX3000DSP amps ordered. Boxes being built by eng-399
And all will kept in check with Minidsp DDRC-88A 8 channel Dirac live and Minidsp 2x4 HD for time alignment of the 3 21” subs.
I like your new theater chairs.

Not sure that’s what they mean by near field though. :P

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Nice!

Tony what are you using to secure the velvet to the stand?

Thanks to you and Nick I now have 9 yards of velvet in the basement ready to be mounted to some boards. These will cover my screen wall with Black Triple Velvet.

Bryan
Again thanks to SOWK and SirMaster my room blackening project has started. Phase one is mostly complete. Next will be side curtains and the ceiling.
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I just want to give Tony a public shout out for helping me out recently.

SOWK's dark theater has inspired me to tweak my theater a bit further. Even though my ceiling is painted flat black, I have always been bothered by light reflection off the ceiling. I think I may add a few panels wrapped in black velvet. Any thoughts on whether I should use plywood or insulation panels for extra sound deadening properties?
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I just want to give Tony a public shout out for helping me out recently.

SOWK's dark theater has inspired me to tweak my theater a bit further. Even though my ceiling is painted flat black, I have always been bothered by light reflection off the ceiling. I think I may add a few panels wrapped in black velvet. Any thoughts on whether I should use plywood or insulation panels for extra sound deadening properties?
I agree. Tony hated my off white carpet.
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Not everyone can have a dedicated HT space, but room color and absorption can do a lot to improve a HT experience.
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I just want to give Tony a public shout out for helping me out recently.

SOWK's dark theater has inspired me to tweak my theater a bit further. Even though my ceiling is painted flat black, I have always been bothered by light reflection off the ceiling. I think I may add a few panels wrapped in black velvet. Any thoughts on whether I should use plywood or insulation panels for extra sound deadening properties?
Insulation panels are very easy and lite. So that would get my recommendation. But in terms of acoustic benefits? Unknown. I think it might absorb a little of the high end.
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OK I might try something stupid...

Installing the RMC-1 into my main system... LOL

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Installing the RMC-1 into my main system... LOL

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I read a long time ago the Owens Corning 704 panels were the ones to get. I didn't want to give up much ceiling height, and was hoping there was something thinner. But I think I will try that and see how it goes.
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Installing the RMC-1 into my main system... LOL

Wish me luck...
Some of the guys are reporting overall stability with their RMC-1s, so maybe those updates have ironed things out?

I really hope it works for you; otherwise it's turning into a very pricey paperweight.

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