Completed theater

jeremiejeremie Posts: 246
edited November 2017 in The Clubhouse
So my theater is now complete minus some fine tuning. I wanted to thank all those that encouraged me to spend more money. Originally started out with a question about getting more sound out of my center channel to all new speakers, amps and receiver. ye36n6hncx7y.jpeg
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Receiver Yamaha 3070 *Emotiva xpa5 * Behringer iNuke 6000dsp *Monster Cable HTS 3500 -- line conditioner * Panamax 5300 * Apple 4K * Panasonic UB820 * JVC NX5 * Silver Ticket thin bezel 120”
LSIM - Fronts 707 * Center 706c * Sides 702 * Rear 703 *FP RC85i * RP RC65i * Sub (2) SI HT18
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  • shawn474shawn474 Posts: 2,961
    That is beautiful!!!!! :o
    Shawn
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  • EndersShadowEndersShadow Posts: 16,706
    Looks awesome. I'd love to know what you changed and the progression honestly.

    I'm jealous for sure!
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  • oldrockeroldrocker Posts: 2,173
    Wow!!!

    Yeah, safe to say the basement thing I'm working on at the daughters house ain't gonna look that nice....
  • BlueMDPickerBlueMDPicker Old Polk Posts: 6,983
    Gorgeous space! Congrats, that's world class!


  • polrbehrpolrbehr Posts: 2,342
    The problem with that space, as I see it, is not getting people in the door. It's getting them out once the movie is over! :) :)

    +1000, great job!
    So, are you willing to put forth a little effort or are you happy sitting in your skeptical poo pile?


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  • jeremiejeremie Posts: 246
    Here is the old setup
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    Receiver Yamaha 3070 *Emotiva xpa5 * Behringer iNuke 6000dsp *Monster Cable HTS 3500 -- line conditioner * Panamax 5300 * Apple 4K * Panasonic UB820 * JVC NX5 * Silver Ticket thin bezel 120”
    LSIM - Fronts 707 * Center 706c * Sides 702 * Rear 703 *FP RC85i * RP RC65i * Sub (2) SI HT18
  • cfrizzcfrizz Posts: 13,397
    WOW! Outstanding setup, better than any movie theater. Enjoy!
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  • Very nice. You gae me an idea for laying out the furniture in my room. Thanks!
  • WillowWillow Posts: 9,539
    Very nice, I'm no pro but are your mains too close to the side walls?
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  • jeremiejeremie Posts: 246
    Willow wrote: »
    Very nice, I'm no pro but are your mains too close to the side walls?

    Possibly, getting professionally calibrated in a few weeks and will let guy decide on where to move things. everything is temp right now till then.
    Receiver Yamaha 3070 *Emotiva xpa5 * Behringer iNuke 6000dsp *Monster Cable HTS 3500 -- line conditioner * Panamax 5300 * Apple 4K * Panasonic UB820 * JVC NX5 * Silver Ticket thin bezel 120”
    LSIM - Fronts 707 * Center 706c * Sides 702 * Rear 703 *FP RC85i * RP RC65i * Sub (2) SI HT18
  • scubalabscubalab Posts: 2,693
    That's a fantastic HT jeremie! Jealous for sure! Enjoy man!
  • adabroadabro Posts: 204
    Beautiful setup!
  • ZLTFULZLTFUL Posts: 5,023
    Overall, a nice space. My only concern would be for the second and third rows and their sight-lines to the bottom of the screen.

    Most theaters I have been in have the second and subsequent rows 12-18 inches above the first row to be able to see the entire screen.

    Anyway, great job and enjoy!
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  • jeremiejeremie Posts: 246
    edited November 2017
    3rd row can see about an 1” below the screen
    Receiver Yamaha 3070 *Emotiva xpa5 * Behringer iNuke 6000dsp *Monster Cable HTS 3500 -- line conditioner * Panamax 5300 * Apple 4K * Panasonic UB820 * JVC NX5 * Silver Ticket thin bezel 120”
    LSIM - Fronts 707 * Center 706c * Sides 702 * Rear 703 *FP RC85i * RP RC65i * Sub (2) SI HT18
  • txcoastal1txcoastal1 Posts: 10,506
    ZLTFUL wrote: »
    Overall, a nice space. My only concern would be for the second and third rows and their sight-lines to the bottom of the screen.

    Most theaters I have been in have the second and subsequent rows 12-18 inches above the first row to be able to see the entire screen.

    Anyway, great job and enjoy!

    You put Russ in the back row....and tell him...

    Shut up Russ :)
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  • warrenwarren Posts: 663
    Great job, beautiful to look at and I’ll bet it sound like it should!
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  • daboyzdaboyz Posts: 4,910
    That is amazing! When's the party? :)
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  • lightman1lightman1 Posts: 10,397
    txcoastal1 wrote: »
    ZLTFUL wrote: »
    Overall, a nice space. My only concern would be for the second and third rows and their sight-lines to the bottom of the screen.

    Most theaters I have been in have the second and subsequent rows 12-18 inches above the first row to be able to see the entire screen.

    Anyway, great job and enjoy!

    You put Russ in the back row....and tell him...

    Shut up Russ :)

    Thank you, Ron....Great looking room!
  • ConradiclesConradicles Posts: 5,832
    Wow, just a super cool room. Good times.
  • gudnoyezgudnoyez Posts: 6,900
    Wow, just a super cool room. Good times.

    Couldn't of said it better impresive.
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  • westmassguywestmassguy Posts: 6,377
    Beautiful! Enjoy.
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  • monepolkmonepolk Posts: 989
    Great looking room. Enjoy :)
  • mrlorenmrloren Posts: 2,006
    Awesome, just totally awesome,

    Don't have a party, it will be hard getting people out of there. Now if you're talking toga, toga, toga, toga, toga, toga, toga, toga, toga, toga, I'm in :)
    When I was a kid my parents told me to turn it down. Now I'm an adult and my kids tell me to turn it down.

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  • I couldn't care any less about HT, but gotta admit your set up makes me want one. Hiring a tweak pro is such a good idea in my opinion. I think Dskip is missing the boat for that service. A lot of well off buyers would gladly pay to have their systems set up so they don't have to spend weeks or months of trial and error searching for the sweet spots.

    Get it sounding as good as it looks and you'll be set. Good luck with it.
  • DSkipDSkip Posts: 15,973
    I try to get all local clients to a starting point with their new gear but fine tuning takes more than a few hours with 2 channel - this is why so many rooms sound so bad the first day of a show. It can change too as gear starts to break in.

    HT is a bit different as its more of a calibration much like a video source.


    Thanks for the thought though.
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