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Below is a bit about my Home Theater.


Although it is a "dedicated theater", it is somewhat unconventional in that it is an "open concept" theater. The only way I could get this theater built without causing a war in my house was to build using this approach. HATS OFF TO BIGmouthinDC for helping consult on the project and even stopping out while on route to another of his famed theaters.


Drawn is the whole space and the dedicated "theater room"












Here is the initial readings of REW - EDIT - this graph is not accurate, as I was sending the LFE signal twice (I think) - I will try to update soon!

 

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Equipment Listing:(to be continued)

Denon AVR 6200W
  • 7.2.4 Channels
Epson Powerlite Pro Cinema 6010 3d 1080p Projector
  • Native Brightness - 2400
  • Contrast - 200,000:1
  • Lens Shift - Up/Down/Left/Right
Panasonic DMP-BDT220 Blu-ray Player
  • 3D
  • Integrated WiFi
  • Dolby Tru HD
Da-Lite Tensioned 120" Screen 16:9
  • Recessed Electronic Drop Down Screen
  • Tab Tensioned
  • Da-Mat White Material Gain 1.0 (although research shows it might be closer to 1.3)
  • 160 degree viewing angle
New Speakers Almost Ready

Main Left/Right - PSA MT-110
  • 2 way, audiophile loudspeaker
  • 1" titanium compression driver
  • Cast aluminum exponential horn
  • 10" high efficiency woofer
  • Audiophile grade crossover - completely designed in house
  • frequency response 70JHz-18,000 Hz (±3dB)
  • 8-ohm impedance
  • sensitivity 95 dB 1W/1M
  • Power Handling 175 watts

Center - PSA MT-110c
  • 2 way, audiophile loudspeaker
  • 1" titanium compression driver
  • Cast aluminum exponential horn
  • 10" high efficiency woofer
  • Audiophile grade crossover - completely designed in house
  • frequency response 70JHz-18,000 Hz (±3dB)
  • 8-ohm impedance
  • sensitivity 95 dB 1W/1M
  • Power Handling 175 watts
Front Wides - Infinity Primus P152
  • frequency response 58-20,000 Hz (±3dB)
  • 8-ohm impedance
  • sensitivity 88 dB
  • handles up to 100 watts
  • 3/4" MMD™ tweeter
  • 5-1/4" MMD woofer
Surrounds - Mirage Omnisat Omnipolar
  • frequency response 110-20,000 Hz (±3dB)
  • Omnipolar® technology for 360° sound dispersion
  • 3/4" PTH™ tweeter
  • 2-3/4" Titanium Deposit Hybrid polypropylene woofer
  • 8-ohm impedance
  • sensitivity 87 dB
  • handles up to 100 watts
ATMOS Speakers 4 (TL/TR/RL/RR) - Mirage Nanosat Omnipolar
  • frequency response 110-20,000 Hz (±3dB)
  • Omnipolar® technology for 360° sound dispersion
  • 3/4" PTH™ tweeter
  • 2-3/4" Titanium Deposit Hybrid polypropylene woofer
  • 8-ohm impedance
  • sensitivity 87 dB
  • handles up to 100 watts
Sub Woofer;s - 4 Klipsch RW-12d - 2 front / 2 rear
  • frequency response 24-120Hz +/-3dB
  • 12" Woofer
  • AMP BASH digital hybrid
  • MAXIMUM ACOUSTIC OUTPUT - 116dB @ 30Hz 1/8 space, 1m
  • Watts -FTC Rated Power: 350 watts continuous @
 

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Acoustical Treatments




Main Theater Wall
  • 100% Treated
  • Linocoustic 1/2" over 3 1/2" Rockwool
  • Covered by GOM Black 408
Front Bass Traps
  • Full Length Corner Traps, floor to ceiling
  • "Pink Fluffy" material
  • Covered by GOM Black 408
Rear Wall Traps
  • 3.5" Roxul with 2.5" Air Gap x 3



Ceiling Cloud for 1st Row 1st Reflection


10' x 2.4' x 3.5" thick, hanging 6 inches off ceiling. Simply Amazing.


Center Pre Ceiling Cloud




Center Post Cloud - Nearly a 15dB reduction in 1st Reflection.



What is next ?
Better Rear Corner Bass Traps
 

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Originally Posted by SeanKosmann  /t/1508846/toofasts-room-setup#post_24149161


Looks like a great concept... what program did you use for the diagrams?
 

Thanks...I used www.floorplanner.com

 

it is not the most flexible, but when I started it was all that I found.

 

We changed the plan about 10 times, so in the end it all worked out.
 

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Haha nice, I was actually just reading another forum that mentioned... SweetHome3d.com might be worth checking out to give you a different look on the dimensions. Looks like you have a pretty great layout to work with. If you every wanted to get crazy, you could ditch the billiards and close off the wall by the bar, turn the HT 90 degrees and have enough seats for a soccer team
 

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Originally Posted by SeanKosmann  /t/1508846/toofasts-room-setup#post_24149190


Haha nice, I was actually just reading another forum that mentioned... SweetHome3d.com might be worth checking out to give you a different look on the dimensions. Looks like you have a pretty great layout to work with. If you every wanted to get crazy, you could ditch the billiards and close off the wall by the bar, turn the HT 90 degrees and have enough seats for a soccer team
Funny, I actually wanted to do that...but in all reality our "main living space" in our house is relatively small, and we really needed the "family room" living space.  In fact, we have NOT installed the pool table and we've optioned for additional LOUNGE type seating, etc. for pre-movie hanging out.
 
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