Our project in New Jersey just achieved certification as a THX Sceening room. (See thread "Fun Ceiling").
I know you've built a lot of great theaters, and I can't imagine you put them all through the trials of THX certification. I also have to believe there are some quantifiable differences between a THX and a non-THX room, but I am sure those differences come at a price. Practically speaking, how much better is a room you prepare for THX certification as opposed to the high (personal?) standards you meet for your own non-THX rooms? Or am I naive to think there are differences in the specifications you would use for a THX versus a non-THX room, and the only difference is the testing?
Originally Posted by Elill /forum/post/18316927
It is a truly amazing theatre - the best I've seen to date in my opinion (well my favourite that Dennis has completed....which means the best) I'm a total sucker for timber coffers, let alone ones of that magnitude
When do we get to see some more pics Dennis? you're killing us here
Originally Posted by Dennis Erskine /forum/post/18421634
The sound experience (by measurement) from all the seats is very similar (not an audible difference). That remote is wireless and the docking station could have been put anywhere. In use, it is undocked and available to any seat in the house.