Show us your Home Theater room *** (photos) ***

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AvsFan

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Re: Show us your Home Theater room *** (photos) ***
« Reply #280 on: 19 Jun 2019, 07:39 pm »
Avsfan - love that you used some actual color in your HT instead of just black.  Looks brilliant!

Thank you very much. I LOVE my electric blue ZU's. And I painted the outside of the tray ceiling to match them. I am getting a gloss white center and trying to see if RSL will do some gloss white subs. But yeah, wanted some color and finishes to make the room pop but not be distracting while watching movies. It really popped when I had a big Ferarri gloss red ZU Definition center channel. It looked great!

AvsFan

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Re: Show us your Home Theater room *** (photos) ***
« Reply #281 on: 19 Jun 2019, 08:16 pm »
Very nice room !!
Screen size ? Projector?
And a pic or two of the screen showing a movie if u can .

Thank you.

120 inches.

BenQ HT2150 ST.

And sure, I could do that.  :D

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Re: Show us your Home Theater room *** (photos) ***
« Reply #282 on: 19 Jun 2019, 08:29 pm »
Very nice room !!
Screen size ? Projector?
And a pic or two of the screen showing a movie if u can .













Here is with the red center.








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Re: Show us your Home Theater room *** (photos) ***
« Reply #283 on: 19 Jun 2019, 11:06 pm »
That is VERY cool, thank you for posting!

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Re: Show us your Home Theater room *** (photos) ***
« Reply #284 on: 27 Aug 2019, 02:39 am »
Two channel is still very important to me, so I prefer a pure two channel system that's fed by my HT, rather than just using the HT Front L+R for my 2-channel listening.
Maybe I'm crazy, but that's how I roll...


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Audio Sources are a Linn LP12 that feeds an Audio Alchemy VITB, and a Sony CDP-xa20es.
Those feed an Audio Alchemy DLC with the PS Three power supply upgrade.
The DLC feeds an Audio Alchemy Overture OM-150 with the PS 150-M Upgrade.
And that feeds Anthony Gallo Reference 3.5 speakers.

Video sources are Oppo BDP-83 and a Roku Streaming Stick +.
Those feed an Emotiva UMC-200.
The front out of the UMC-200 feed the DLC, the side and rear surround outs each feed an Audio Alchemy Overture OM-150.
For side and back surrounds I have Sapphire Audio Sat 1000s.
Rear surrounds are Anthony Gallo Strada Signatures.
The Sub-woofer out of the UMC-200 feeds a Dayton Audio SA-1000, which I have feeding the second VC in the Gallo Reference woofers.

Video is projected onto a 110" gray canvas screen by a BenQ HT2050A.

Power for everything but the PJ goes through a Belkin Pure AV-60, connected to a dedicated 20amp circuit.



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Re: Show us your Home Theater room *** (photos) ***
« Reply #285 on: 27 Aug 2019, 02:37 pm »
I'm confused. You said Video is projected onto a 110" gray canvas screen by a BenQ HT2050A.

But that screen appears to block the L/R speakers in the picture. Did you mean "transparent" screen?

Barry_NJ

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Re: Show us your Home Theater room *** (photos) ***
« Reply #286 on: 1 Sep 2019, 11:44 am »
The screen is canvas, and only in front of the speakers for movies, for 2-channel listening the screen is up against the ceiling.
Also, the high frequencies get a bump from the EQ in the pre-pro for movies, and I don't feel it impacts the sound greatly.

These were from a few months ago, when the room was still more of a work in progress...


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