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post #7231 of 9670 Old 10-02-2015, 09:24 AM
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Jorge, the rest of your crew still coming to the movie?

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Jorge, the rest of your crew still coming to the movie?
yup! just couldn't make breakfast.

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I may have an extra ticket for the "The Martian" at 10 AM AMC Burbank tomorrow where the AVSForum members are sitting. I was going to bring my nephew but he got called in to work Sunday morning.

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hmm it seems like my crew is able to make it to breakfast after all. me + 5 ! i hope it doesn't add too much to the breakfast time!

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Sorry guys, Just got back from being in the emergency room all night. My grandma got really sick and we had to take her to the hospital last night. I hope you guys have fun.
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Ivan,

Hope your grandma is doing well now.
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We missed you Ivan! Totally understand though and I really hope your grandma is doing well.


Just got home a little bit ago. Had fun seeing The Martian with everybody. Great to see everyone. Big AVS crowd this time!

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Just read through your build thread, looks amazing, cant wait for the results....and possibly a demo !

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We missed you Ivan! Totally understand though and I really hope your grandma is doing well.


Just got home a little bit ago. Had fun seeing The Martian with everybody. Great to see everyone. Big AVS crowd this time!
Missed a good turnout. I missed you guys also. My grandma is doing better. Thanks
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My grandma is doing better. Thanks
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First off, to Ivan, you have my total empathy wrt your grandma, , ask me how i know . . .

and also for that first GTG for me, last year at your place,
if it weren't for that I'd have never known how much discretionary financial wiggle room I'd find for this never ending hobby . . . .
slightly more fun than stamp collecting, don't ask . . .

and if it weren't for the GTG I'd have never met the incredible interesting and knowledgeable group of guys in the LAHTG.

The Martian was a AV experience I'd repeat in a heartbeat.
Just say "when"
Iris enjoyed herself tremendously and told me she understood a bit more about how stuff comes together like she never even imagined,
this from a woman born before "talkies", for the sake of perspective . . .

Thanks to Scott for his efforts and to his DAD for "entertaining " Iris with his conversation, not much of which had to do with "speakers"

Meeting and listening to almost familiar faces made for a good adventure and , for me, quite a learning experience.

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Never heard an IB setup before and after reading all about it for the last year or so, @RobertR was gracious enough to have me over to experience his build. He's got 8x 15in Sound Splitter RLP15 in an array of 4 on each side supported by steel braces.

Safe to say I now know what clean bass is Very powerful and effortless. I was also shocked that he had no center, those mains are about 6ft tall and weigh ~300lbs and did a great job of fooling me.

I forgot to write down the exact equipment but he might reply here and fill in the blanks for me. Thank you Robert!

** Please excuse the poor cell phone pictures as they do not do justice to how well built his HT is. **
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Never heard an IB setup before and after reading all about it for the last year or so, @RobertR was gracious enough to have me over to experience his build. He's got 8x 15in Sound Splitter RLP15 in an array of 4 on each side supported by steel braces.

Safe to say I now know what clean bass is Very powerful and effortless. I was also shocked that he had no center, those mains are about 6ft tall and weigh ~300lbs and did a great job of fooling me.

I forgot to write down the exact equipment but he might reply here and fill in the blanks for me. Thank you Robert!

** Please excuse the poor cell phone pictures as they do not do justice to how well built his HT is. **
Yes Robert has a very nice build. I have also had the pleasure of experiencing his HT a couple of times.
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So, do any of you guys have rooms with double drywall, green glue, and decoupled walls (clips or double wall framing)? I'm trying to understand how much soundproofing I should expect. Ideally I'd like to hear a demo.

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So, do any of you guys have rooms with double drywall, green glue, and decoupled walls (clips or double wall framing)? I'm trying to understand how much soundproofing I should expect. Ideally I'd like to hear a demo.
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Never heard an IB setup before and after reading all about it for the last year or so, @RobertR was gracious enough to have me over to experience his build. He's got 8x 15in Sound Splitter RLP15 in an array of 4 on each side supported by steel braces.

Safe to say I now know what clean bass is Very powerful and effortless. I was also shocked that he had no center, those mains are about 6ft tall and weigh ~300lbs and did a great job of fooling me.

I forgot to write down the exact equipment but he might reply here and fill in the blanks for me. Thank you Robert!

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Thanks so much for the kind comments. The sub and surrounds are driven by Behringer amps, and the mains are driven by a Sunfire Cinema Grand Signature. The mains are VMPS FF1 Ribbons. 350 lbs. each. Prepro is Anthem. Glad I was able to show it to you. A couple of days ago, I was part of a group that was in the Technicolor mixing room at Fox Studios. Simply the best sound I've ever heard, with Atmos demos.
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Rob, Did you go back to the Marriott for Mark Seaton's Demo Plus Q & A?

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I wasn't able to stay for that, Carl. I had to drive home to get some sleep. I did get an advance look at the new My Fair Lady BR.
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I wanted to attend, but found out too late. (I had scheduled work on my car that should have
taken only hours, instead it took three days & still I had to correct problems [burning plastic])

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I wanted to attend, but found out too late. (I had scheduled work on my car that should have
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The most amazing technical presentation was at Sony. We were in an empty soundstage with a 9 ft. cable on the concrete floor. All we had to do was walk to the end of the cable and back. Sounds simple, except we were wearing a virtual reality headset that had us walking a wire strung between the towers of the World Trade Center. It was incredibly REAL. Look up, you're looking at the sky. Look down, you see 1200 ft. down. Your mind and feet tell you one thing, but your eyes tell you something else. I got vertigo.
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Thanks to Ray for coming by yesterday and calibrating the EeColor box that he recommended and I picked up. That thing is sweet and I really appreciate Ray taking the time to come and set it up. 3500 reads of the image from his signal generator is 45 mins, insane!

I am very happy with the outcome, the only issue I had with my Sony hw30-es was some blotchy macroblocking on the dark parts of the image. That is basically gone (95% elimated); the projector looks great and I will watch more content but so far so good. The eeColor box dialed in the projector better than I could without it.

Also thanks to Sanjay for coming and helping me run audyssey Pro again on my integra 80.2 preamp. Ray and Sanjay made some suggestions for a few tweaks after audyssey ran and it sounds fantastic.

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Last thing, I have a DVDO Duo I am looking to sell, $325 or $350 shipped of you are not close enough to burbank to swing by. It works perfect and I was using it for CMS adjustments but no longer need that since the eecolor box does it also.

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AMC Burbank 16: Dolby Cinema

It is hard to believe that there was so much effort put into the entrance way into the Dolby Cinema. It was delayed and delayed, probably due to the difficulty in putting it up. As one enters, on the left is a very long curved screen with a moving forest of trees. OK, but it is nothing like one would expect from the 4K dual laser projection inside. It is blurry and washed out. Looks like someone's thought experiment, until it showed up in AMC Burbank 16 and became a reality. Certainly does not give any hint of the WOW factor that one experiences in watching a movie in that venue.
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OK, but it is nothing like one would expect from the 4K dual laser projection inside.
You want the entrance hallway projection display to look like the dual 4K laser projectors inside? Do you also want full Atmos audio in the entrance hallway?
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You want the entrance hallway projection display to look like the dual 4K laser projectors inside? Do you also want full Atmos audio in the entrance hallway?
The point of the display should be to attract customers who would then be willing to cough up $5 more to experience Dolby Cinema. As it is, many won't go in because it doesn't make sense for them to pay $5 more. Too bad. Or: ignorance is bliss. Or perhaps, it just isn't worth it to them and that front display isn't what it could be and that doesn't' help.
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The point of the display should be to attract customers who would then be willing to cough up $5 more to experience Dolby Cinema.
But customers aren't deciding to pay extra based on the entrance hallway projection system. That decision is made before they ever get to the hallway, based on what's inside the auditorium (Atmos and HDR), not what they experience on the way to the auditorium (entrance hallway projection system). With that in mind, I don't understand lamenting the fact that the entrance hallway projection system doesn't look like the dual 4K laser projectors inside.
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Heads up.

I am selling my Marants 8802a. PM if interested, or see the classifieds.

I also have a nice 5 shelf equipment rack the we are looking to get rid of.

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But customers aren't deciding to pay extra based on the entrance hallway projection system. That decision is made before they ever get to the hallway, based on what's inside the auditorium (Atmos and HDR), not what they experience on the way to the auditorium (entrance hallway projection system). With that in mind, I don't understand lamenting the fact that the entrance hallway projection system doesn't look like the dual 4K laser projectors inside.
What was the point of erecting the new hallway entrance? When the ETX theater became the Prime, there was nothing of significance there, except the reclining seats. However, at the box office there was talk by the ticket seller upgrading would be theater goers into the Prime theater and some movie goers bought into that. As it is now, more people know about Dolby Cinema, but there is a vast majority of people who don't have a clue. Entrances are suppose to entice would be buyers, not leave the idea that what is inside may look like what they see in that hallway. Recall the fancy facades of theaters of the past with their movie posters that wanted one's attention. Or perhaps you have a different idea what the new enhanced entrance is suppose to accomplish. It certainly will not leave the feeling that one is walking by anything, but a moving forest of blurry, washed out trees. That is my observation that anyone can disagree with. Given that the Dolby Cinema space was actually closed for a week or two, the results are not eye candy, as of yet.
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What was the point of erecting the new hallway entrance?
It wasn't to watch a movie in HDR using dual 4K laser projectors in the hallway. The idea is to give customers more than a dark tunnel to walk through. And, since there is a captive audience in the hallway, there is also potential for trailers/advertising.
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Entrances are suppose to entice would be buyers, not leave the idea that what is inside may look like what they see in that hallway.
If you're walking down the hallway entrance of a Dolby Cinema, then you're not a would-be buyer, because you've already bought a ticket.
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It wasn't to watch a movie in HDR using dual 4K laser projectors in the hallway. The idea is to give customers more than a dark tunnel to walk through. And, since there is a captive audience in the hallway, there is also potential for trailers/advertising. If you're walking down the hallway entrance of a Dolby Cinema, then you're not a would-be buyer, because you've already bought a ticket.
The dark tunnel was already there, so that is a fallacious argument. The display is there to call attention to itself as it is readily visible to anyone who looks in the direction of the Dolby Cinema theater. And there is no necessity to buy a ticket to look at it and view it in its entirety for the curious.
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