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The challenges that I see are:

-The slanted ceiling; it’s also popcorn 😞
-The slanted ceiling also limits my screen size to 100”
-Have to figure out a way to control light bounce from the walls and ceiling to help the projector
-Not sure about how to get Atmos sound in that shape of a room

Plus more to come I’m sure 😄
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Chad you weren't kidding about the rooms being similar. Mine is 17'x14' but I just bought the house so the room is getting a full make over
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how is that IB build coming?
Haven't started. Stopped with the custom ported "Marty" type sub for now.
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Chad you weren't kidding about the rooms being similar. Mine is 17'x14' but I just bought the house so the room is getting a full make over
You definitely have better dimensions than me and your walls go higher on the sides before they slant, which also gives you more real-estate on your screen wall. (I'm jealous!)
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You definitely have better dimensions than me and your walls go higher on the sides before they slant, which also gives you more real-estate on your screen wall. (I'm jealous!)
Yeah I am in planning mode now and will probably end up around 130" 2.39:1 scope screen which will be equivalent to 104" 16:9. I would suggest you try to do the same because if you already said you could do 100" and I assume that was at 16:9. This way if you wanted to watch Endgame and show off to your friends when you changed the aspect ratio the screen would look to get so much larger. You could sit about 8' away and it would be very immersive, maybe a bit much for your taste but you could always move back a little. I move in Friday and will start building my false wall for the speakers to go behind and for the AT screen probably on the weekend of the 4th. I'll post some pictures on here to give you some ideas.

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I was thinking about that AT screen idea as well, but I run into the problem of having the opening door that takes up 3ft of space into the room for my projector mount and for my seating distance to the screen. The most I could push the screen out from the back wall is 14-16” so that is severely limiting! Remember, this is a rental so I have to get creative with how I proceed... lol

Also, I’m looking at getting a BenQ DLP (either an HT5550 HT9050) because I love the sharp, crisp DLP picture.
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I was thinking about that AT screen idea as well, but I run into the problem of having the opening door that takes up 3ft of space into the room for my projector mount and for my seating distance to the screen. The most I could push the screen out from the back wall is 14-16” so that is severely limiting! Remember, this is a rental so I have to get creative with how I proceed... lol

Also, I’m looking at getting a BenQ DLP (either an HT5550 HT9050) because I love the sharp, crisp DLP picture.
Yeah I fully get having to be creative after recently doing the same in my livingroom in our rental that we lived in for the past year and a half before buying this new house and yes that bonus room was one of my must haves so it worked out that we also liked the rest of the house. you really don't have to do anything permanent for the false wall, just a frame of 2x4s to get your speakers behind and use it to mount the screen. Even going with a BenQ you could still build a scope screen that would also produce a 100" 16:9 screen and just build some masking bars to block out the side bars when not watching a wide format movie. You can cover the false wall in black spandex, which is not expensive, and will give you a very movie theater feel without dumping money into black velvet. The false wall doesn't even have to be actually attached to the wall, it could be free standing and you just staple the spandex to the walls and ceiling which is easy enough to patch after you move and be able to take down if you needed to move the wall.

There are a lot of things you can do like some drop down atmos speakers that would mount like a ceiling fan on a slanted ceiling to up the experience. I think atmos was the best addition I made, not as noticeable as more subs at first but up the experience more.

Also would you consider flipping the door to open into the hallway? Pretty simple thing to do and you will never really have that door open either when the room is in use or not. This would allow you to mount the projector is a better place and not effect your seating.

Best part of being in this group is everybody looks at a situation and set up differently and so many ideas come up that you may not have thought of, just keep posting thoughts, pictures or ideas and we will help.

There is always the Thunderdome if you are brave enough to enter, but be warned, the things you see and hear will haunt your dreams forever. Ask Chad for the details, may God have mercy on your soul if you dare
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There is always the Thunderdome if you are brave enough to enter, but be warned, the things you see and hear will haunt your dreams forever. Ask Chad for the details, may God have mercy on your soul if dare
its not that bad....................

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its not that bad....................
that place is scary

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Yeah I fully get having to be creative after recently doing the same in my livingroom in our rental that we lived in for the past year and a half before buying this new house and yes that bonus room was one of my must haves so it worked out that we also liked the rest of the house. you really don't have to do anything permanent for the false wall, just a frame of 2x4s to get your speakers behind and use it to mount the screen. Even going with a BenQ you could still build a scope screen that would also produce a 100" 16:9 screen and just build some masking bars to block out the side bars when not watching a wide format movie. You can cover the false wall in black spandex, which is not expensive, and will give you a very movie theater feel without dumping money into black velvet. The false wall doesn't even have to be actually attached to the wall, it could be free standing and you just staple the spandex to the walls and ceiling which is easy enough to patch after you move and be able to take down if you needed to move the wall.

There are a lot of things you can do like some drop down atmos speakers that would mount like a ceiling fan on a slanted ceiling to up the experience. I think atmos was the best addition I made, not as noticeable as more subs at first but up the experience more.

Also would you consider flipping the door to open into the hallway? Pretty simple thing to do and you will never really have that door open either when the room is in use or not. This would allow you to mount the projector is a better place and not effect your seating.

Best part of being in this group is everybody looks at a situation and set up differently and so many ideas come up that you may not have thought of, just keep posting thoughts, pictures or ideas and we will help.

There is always the Thunderdome if you are brave enough to enter, but be warned, the things you see and hear will haunt your dreams forever. Ask Chad for the details, may God have mercy on your soul if you dare

You know.... i was thinking.... (this is never a good thing, btw)

If I went with an AT screen, I could drop it a little lower and probably go to 110" or 120" lol I haven't even moved into the place yet and I'm already causing myself anxiety
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You know.... i was thinking.... (this is never a good thing, btw)

If I went with an AT screen, I could drop it a little lower and probably go to 110" or 120" lol I haven't even moved into the place yet and I'm already causing myself anxiety
what kind of bass are you thinking about?? this group loves bass..
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Probably between 2-4 15” subs in the front and back. Don’t want to go much crazier than that. I also have my buttkicker kit for same added tactical feel - which I like once it’s dialed in right
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I’m also wondering about going with HTM-12’s vs the 1099’s. I feel the placement of them would be a little easier, but I’m not sure what I would lose or gain by going that route. Also, what do I use for the rest of my surrounds? Volt 8? 10? HTM-8? 10?

All things I’m looking for opinions on
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I’m also wondering about going with HTM-12’s vs the 1099’s. I feel the placement of them would be a little easier, but I’m not sure what I would lose or gain by going that route. Also, what do I use for the rest of my surrounds? Volt 8? 10? HTM-8? 10?

All things I’m looking for opinions on
i think soundwive rider is trying to figure out that exact same thing...HTM or volts for surrounds...I have the volt 10s and i am very happy with them.

and 15s only? thats so 2010 LOL
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Chad, what are your thoughts on the HTM-12’s vs the 1099’s for the LCR?
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Chad, what are your thoughts on the HTM-12’s vs the 1099’s for the LCR?
ive heard both and i think they are both amazing speakers...cant go wrong with either...but if you are space limited..i would go with the HTM's.. the HTM's are pretty slim and have a much smaller footprint...the 1099's are a tad larger... if space is an issue..i would go HTM..if not..I would go 1099..but both are fantastic

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Chad, what are your thoughts on the HTM-12’s vs the 1099’s for the LCR?
also the HT line is a little cheaper but supposed to be on par with the HTM.

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also the HT line is a little cheaper but supposed to be on par with the HTM.
Do you know what the difference is between the two?
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[QUOTE=Jrunr;58229544]Do you know what the difference is between the two? [/QUOTE

i sure do not. you or i might do some searching here on avs to see what people say.
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Pushing the price to performance ratio to a new high the HT line of speaker kits was conceived to be a more budget friendly alternative to the HTM series while retaining many of the design principals.

Providing excellent coverage, clear sound, and effortless dynamics in nearly any size room at a value that can't be beat.

All models in this series are timbre matched to allow seamless integration of your left, right, and center channels along with your surround speakers.

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I just want to give a public thanks to Chad @chadsmith013 and Charles @tarponater . They made me a deal I could not walk away from for Chad's Subs and Charles' NX6000. Yesterday was full of rain and Charles fabricated some platforms out of MDF to keep the pair of Cyclops high and dry. Great pair of guys!

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I just want to give a public thanks to Chad @chadsmith013 and Charles @tarponater . They made me a deal I could not walk away from for Chad's Subs and Charles' NX6000. Yesterday was full of rain and Charles fabricated some platforms out of MDF to keep the pair of Cyclops high and dry. Great pair of guys!

Everything is safely up on my second story awaiting hook up.
awesome...u may be ready for a GTG soon!!! and was a pleasure doign business with you..hope they bring you plenty of enjoyment.

now im just like @Mattcc22 i got no bass.
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awesome...u may be ready for a GTG soon!!! and was a pleasure doign business with you..hope they bring you plenty of enjoyment.

now im just like @Mattcc22 i got no bass.
Hey, I know I'm not part of the 18, 21, 24" sub club, but I at least have dual 15's in my tiny room ya jerk!
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Good to hear everything made it home in good order. It was nice seeing you again. Sorry I wasn't any help with the lifting, but my shoulder is really bad.
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Good to hear everything made it home in good order. It was nice seeing you again. Sorry I wasn't any help with the lifting, but my shoulder is really bad.
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I’m looking to start piecing together my theater and was wondering if anyone of you knows where I can get some new speakers (DIYSG designs preferred) and if you can recommend an AT screen that’s not terribly expensive but looks good with 4K content.
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@biliam1982 for the screen stuff..

what DIYSG designs are you looking at? the HT's I believe are back in stock..

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got me some new 21 subs....love them
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if you love them so much you would have changed your signature...................

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