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Old 12-06-2012, 04:06 AM   #61
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Sorry for the long delay since my last update... It's been crazy.

The week the carpet was installed I got pretty sick and wasn't able to do much besides loaf on the couch.

Then I got better.... and lacked the motivation to work on stuff since the space is usable. I have spent some serious time with my new TV and setup. I'm VERY pleased I needed a break.

Today I got off my butt and started doing trim work. Also borrowed a table saw and chop saw so I can work on framing out the door and window.

I got most of my trim done, the few remaining pieces can't be done until I get the doors trimmed out.

The basement is a mess right now, so I'll get it cleaned up and snap a few pics. I'll post them as soon as possible.
HT Setup
Speakers - R/L Polk RTi A7, C RTi C6, SR FXi A4
Sub - 2x Def Tech ProSUB 1000 sealed enclosure subs.
AVR - Aventage A1010
Drobo FS with 15 TB Network Storage and custom HTPC
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Speakers - R/L Def Tech SM55
Amp - Denon AVR 4800
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Old 12-06-2012, 04:15 AM   #62
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:17 PM   #63
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Ok so I got the basement cleaned up enough to take some pictures.

Another project over the last few days has been building my computer desk. I decided I didn't want to pay a few hundred for the size of desk I was wanting, so I built my own.

Please ignore the untrimmed areas as well as the doors and window. They are slow going.

From stairs looking toward Office and HT area (unfinished door between)



Desk I built (ignore the temporary computer chair)



Better view into the HT area



Another angle towards the office



View towards the utility area and the worlds comfiest couch.



My setup



Best seat in the house



Current hodge-podge of remotes MX-1200, MX700, and a wireless keyboard/mouse. Fortunately my vendor login to URC still works so I was able to get the software to program these.



These are the endcaps I painted black in my previous post (to hide the ugly yellow insulation between joists.





I'll post back more once I get things polished.

I also need to post pics of my AV closet where all the gear is located... will do that next week.
HT Setup
Speakers - R/L Polk RTi A7, C RTi C6, SR FXi A4
Sub - 2x Def Tech ProSUB 1000 sealed enclosure subs.
AVR - Aventage A1010
Drobo FS with 15 TB Network Storage and custom HTPC
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Amp - Denon AVR 4800
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:21 PM   #64
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Ok so I got the basement cleaned up enough to take some pictures.

Another project over the last few days has been building my computer desk. I decided I didn't want to pay a few hundred for the size of desk I was wanting, so I built my own.

Please ignore the untrimmed areas as well as the doors and window. They are slow going.

[Show spoiler]From stairs looking toward Office and HT area (unfinished door between)



Desk I built (ignore the temporary computer chair)



Better view into the HT area



Another angle towards the office



View towards the utility area and the worlds comfiest couch.



My setup



Best seat in the house



Current hodge-podge of remotes MX-1200, MX700, and a wireless keyboard/mouse. Fortunately my vendor login to URC still works so I was able to get the software to program these.



These are the endcaps I painted black in my previous post (to hide the ugly yellow insulation between joists.




I'll post back more once I get things polished.

I also need to post pics of my AV closet where all the gear is located... will do that next week.
Great pics, & I was wondering where your Gear was (figured it was in a closet somewhere ).

How big is your TV, 65" ? It looks HUGE!! Great room & with it carpeted & the huge couch, I bet it Sounds incredible.
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Old 12-08-2012, 03:55 AM   #65
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Great pics, & I was wondering where your Gear was (figured it was in a closet somewhere ).

How big is your TV, 65" ? It looks HUGE!! Great room & with it carpeted & the huge couch, I bet it Sounds incredible.
Thanks! The sound is pretty incredible. I expected the ceiling to be bad for dynamics, but it really doesn't seem to have much of a baffling effect. The plush carpet, pillows and couch help to deaden the reflections.

The TV is a 64 plasma... LOVE the picture.

Behind the wall I built (under the stairs) is all the gear. Right now its all being powered by a Yamaha A1010... but my Emotiva XPA-3 will be here in a few days I am stoked!

Wish I had a camera to take pics with... this whole time I've just been using my iPad
HT Setup
Speakers - R/L Polk RTi A7, C RTi C6, SR FXi A4
Sub - 2x Def Tech ProSUB 1000 sealed enclosure subs.
AVR - Aventage A1010
Drobo FS with 15 TB Network Storage and custom HTPC
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Speakers - R/L Def Tech SM55
Amp - Denon AVR 4800
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:04 AM   #66
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Thanks! The sound is pretty incredible. I expected the ceiling to be bad for dynamics, but it really doesn't seem to have much of a baffling effect. The plush carpet, pillows and couch help to deaden the reflections.

The TV is a 64 plasma... LOVE the picture.

Behind the wall I built (under the stairs) is all the gear. Right now its all being powered by a Yamaha A1010... but my Emotiva XPA-3 will be here in a few days I am stoked!

Wish I had a camera to take pics with... this whole time I've just been using my iPad
That's cool (the sound, as I expected it to be ). Is the TV a Samsung or diff brand? WHEN I upgrade from my 50" DLP
[Show spoiler](no HUGE Rush, as I just installed a New Bulb a month or so ago; picture looks fantastic really )
, I want to get a 60-65" Plasma
[Show spoiler](preferably PANASONIC, but IF the price is right on a well-reviewed LG or SAMMY, I'll get one of those)
. I'm about 8.5' away now, so when I upgrade the TV, it'll go back at least 10-12" so I'm pretty sure a 60-65" Plasma shouldn't be Too Large from 9.5-10'.

Damn, a New EMOTIVA XPA-3 too?! Sweet! I'll prob get something similar for my 4 Surrounds, hopefully next year sometime. I'm not sure if I should just let my Onkoy 706 power the Front Soundstage alone, or get an amp for those (?) as well. Thoughts?

Looking forward to more photos & progress of your HT
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Old 12-08-2012, 05:03 AM   #67
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Sorry for the long delay since my last update... It's been crazy.

The week the carpet was installed I got pretty sick and wasn't able to do much besides loaf on the couch.

Then I got better.... and lacked the motivation to work on stuff since the space is usable. I have spent some serious time with my new TV and setup. I'm VERY pleased I needed a break.

Today I got off my butt and started doing trim work. Also borrowed a table saw and chop saw so I can work on framing out the door and window.

I got most of my trim done, the few remaining pieces can't be done until I get the doors trimmed out.

The basement is a mess right now, so I'll get it cleaned up and snap a few pics. I'll post them as soon as possible.
I respect your setup but you need a bigger tv or a projector.
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Old 12-08-2012, 12:56 PM   #68
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I respect your setup but you need a bigger tv or a projector.
Sending a link for this thread to my wife right now.
HT Setup
Speakers - R/L Polk RTi A7, C RTi C6, SR FXi A4
Sub - 2x Def Tech ProSUB 1000 sealed enclosure subs.
AVR - Aventage A1010
Drobo FS with 15 TB Network Storage and custom HTPC
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Speakers - R/L Def Tech SM55
Amp - Denon AVR 4800
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Old 12-08-2012, 01:32 PM   #69
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Sending a link for this thread to my wife right now.
Send her a link to my thread as well Duel setups for the win
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Old 12-08-2012, 07:41 PM   #70
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Hey qrf_uproar,

I think both the office & HT look OUTSTANDING!!! . . . ������

Couple questions:

1) Where's your second sub located?
2) Where's your left-surround speaker mounted?
3) Do you intend to put french doors (or s/t of the sort) between the two rooms -or- leave it opened? Just curious?

In these pics, those end-caps look great (& creative solution) . . . do you intend to put up crown molding?

Keep the pics coming . . . looks excellent . . . really am envious dude ��. What's the first official movie you've watched in your new HT room?

p.s., did you use a door for your desktop? Looks great . . .

Later . . .

Last edited by Shek5150; 12-08-2012 at 07:43 PM. Reason: additional question . . .
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Old 12-09-2012, 11:49 AM   #71
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Very well done. I think your design choice of leaving an open ceiling is quite stylish and really works well with your room. Are you going to list your gear?

That room is only lacking one thing: A kick-XXX projector!
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Old 12-10-2012, 05:59 PM   #72
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Send her a link to my thread as well Duel setups for the win
She has seen your thread... I don't think I'm gaining any ground on the projo soon

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1) Where's your second sub located?
2) Where's your left-surround speaker mounted?
3) Do you intend to put french doors (or s/t of the sort) between the two rooms -or- leave it opened? Just curious?

In these pics, those end-caps look great (& creative solution) . . . do you intend to put up crown molding?

Keep the pics coming . . . looks excellent . . . really am envious dude ��. What's the first official movie you've watched in your new HT room?

p.s., did you use a door for your desktop? Looks great . . .

Later . . .
Thanks!

1) Second sub is upstairs for now, I'll bring it down soon. I wanna see how much bass I gain from my Emotiva first
2) Left surround is on the wall that separates the 2 rooms, you just can't see it in the pictures
3)For now I plan to leave it open. The opening is 11 ft, so It would take some massive doors/framing to do... but I would like to have the option of closing doors between the areas.

and yes, I did use a door as my desk top. A few coats of stain and poly... sanded it down and its a perfect size desk top.

First movies were Avengers and the new Total Recall (which wasn't as bad as the reviews led me to believe) Then we had a "Homeland" marathon to get caught up on that addictive show.

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Very well done. I think your design choice of leaving an open ceiling is quite stylish and really works well with your room. Are you going to list your gear?

That room is only lacking one thing: A kick-XXX projector!
I'm happy with the feel of the room, so far it's been great.

Quick list of my gear:

Samsung PN64E7000
Yamaha Aventage A1010
Emotiva XPA-3 (arriving tomorrow)
FR/FL Polk RTi A7
C Polk RTi C6
SR/SL Polk FXi A4
Sony BD-S590
Xbox 360
Core i7 media center running XBMC
URC MX1200/MX700 remotes

My Emotiva arrives tomorrow and go figure, I'll be in Detroit for business till Wednesday... It's gonna be torture knowing that it's waiting for me at home!
HT Setup
Speakers - R/L Polk RTi A7, C RTi C6, SR FXi A4
Sub - 2x Def Tech ProSUB 1000 sealed enclosure subs.
AVR - Aventage A1010
Drobo FS with 15 TB Network Storage and custom HTPC
2 Channel Setup
Speakers - R/L Def Tech SM55
Amp - Denon AVR 4800
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Old 12-19-2012, 05:40 AM   #73
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OK Guys,

I am pretty much done. Today I finished all the trim, got the window framed and finished as well as the insulation covered. The space is pretty much DONE!!!!

Here is a crappy panoramic from my phone, not the best quality, but gives you an idea of the layout. Most of the pics are taken from my iPad, so sorry for poor quality.



Here are some before/after pics.

Stairs coming down



From stairs looking into office and HT



Main HT wall



From HT looking towards utility area



Window I finally got framed out and finished



Another View of HT



Office Setup (including the awesome Ninja Turtle cross-stitch my wife made me)



Here is all my gear behind the new wall (under the stairs)



From Top: Xbox 360, Networking Gear, AP Express (For airplay), Sony BDP-S590, Monster 1650, Yamaha Aventage A1010



DirecTV DVR, Core i7 Media center PC, Emotiva XPA-3



Not pictured is my network rack containing all my storage arrays and server gear... but that's not very exciting

Alright, I know that was a lot of info, but I hope somebody enjoys reading through my build. I know I sure liked watching others. Maybe I'll post back after christmas with better pics if I get my new SLR like I'm hoping
HT Setup
Speakers - R/L Polk RTi A7, C RTi C6, SR FXi A4
Sub - 2x Def Tech ProSUB 1000 sealed enclosure subs.
AVR - Aventage A1010
Drobo FS with 15 TB Network Storage and custom HTPC
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Speakers - R/L Def Tech SM55
Amp - Denon AVR 4800
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:16 AM   #74
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Congratulations, very nice. Looks like really comfortable place to hang out. Those are some heavy duty looking shelves.
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Old 12-19-2012, 12:58 PM   #75
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Very nice, looks awesome!
Sharp 745 70" TV
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Old 12-20-2012, 01:50 AM   #76
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Yor room looks great. Only one thing i see missing that could really work in your room. Acoustic treatments. Ill be using Primacoustic products for my room.
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Old 12-20-2012, 03:13 AM   #77
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Congratulations, very nice. Looks like really comfortable place to hang out. Those are some heavy duty looking shelves.
Yeah, I overdid it a bit... 300 lb shelving brackets. But I didn't want to skimp since I'll have about 150 lbs of amps on there.

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Very nice, looks awesome!
Thanks.

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Yor room looks great. Only one thing i see missing that could really work in your room. Acoustic treatments. Ill be using Primacoustic products for my room.
Yeah, I know I'll be doing some acoustic treatments soon. A few bass traps will be in the works. I haven't decided on subwoofer(s) yet, so I'll wait until I get that figured out. For now, the towers and the basic sub give me ample low-end.

Surprisingly the couch, carpet and all the pillows (the couch came with 15 plush throw pillows) really suck up the sound. There is no audible echo when you snap your fingers.
HT Setup
Speakers - R/L Polk RTi A7, C RTi C6, SR FXi A4
Sub - 2x Def Tech ProSUB 1000 sealed enclosure subs.
AVR - Aventage A1010
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Old 01-18-2013, 05:04 PM   #78
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Awesome space! I like the way you did the inset images of the before and afters. Great idea.

As for the wife, mine didn't resist much (after I waited years to start the project.) The first time she was watching something in the theater with me she told me she was blown away. She said she never knew what I had in mind but was very happy I had done it. I know the projector costs a lot, but if the screen is a consideration, look into DIY spandex. I LOVE my screen and I only have about $200 in it!
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Hey everyone! It's been a while since I've posted, but I have been silently stalking behind the scenes on this forum for a while. I still see several familiar names and quite a few new build threads (which of course I've been following diligently)

I have put a few final touches on my HT in the last month. Finally got my dual subs going as well as some new remotes.

One of my big passions is the technical side of the Home Theater. Audio/Video distribution through the home as well as centralized video streaming servers.

I recently posted an overview video of my HT, AV gear, Server/Network, HTPC, and my control scheme.



"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lmx6PMLUP70"

I hope everyone is doing well and I'll try to stop being a silent troll in the forums.
HT Setup
Speakers - R/L Polk RTi A7, C RTi C6, SR FXi A4
Sub - 2x Def Tech ProSUB 1000 sealed enclosure subs.
AVR - Aventage A1010
Drobo FS with 15 TB Network Storage and custom HTPC
2 Channel Setup
Speakers - R/L Def Tech SM55
Amp - Denon AVR 4800

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Hey everyone! It's been a while since I've posted, but I have been silently stalking behind the scenes on this forum for a while. I still see several familiar names and quite a few new build threads (which of course I've been following diligently)

I have put a few final touches on my HT in the last month. Finally got my dual subs going as well as some new remotes.

One of my big passions is the technical side of the Home Theater. Audio/Video distribution through the home as well as centralized video streaming servers.

I recently posted an overview video of my HT, AV gear, Server/Network, HTPC, and my control scheme.

Here is the video

I hope everyone is doing well and I'll try to stop being a silent troll in the forums.
Great HT, Great Video - excellent job (even if 1/2 the stuff you were talking about [technically] sailed right Over my head)

You mention that you have your dual subs up & running, & I thought you mention that they're DefTech Pro Sub 1000's, but your sig lists 2 Polk Audio Subs:

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Sub - 2x Polk PSW110 Black
So you're currently running a 5.1 setup right? Any thoughts of making it into a 7.1 HT? Also, are all your bluray movies accessed via that iPad remote, & are they stored in your AV closet (physical discs) as well?


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* Boston, MA. - 8 Sports Titles/11 Yrs!! (02-13) *

POLK AUDIO: "LIVE IT, BREATHE IT, LOVE IT, BELIEVE IT!"
* TV: 70" SHARP 3D/LC-70UQ17U - POLK AUDIO - "7.2" - Center: CS2 - Front: T90e's
Surrounds: FXi A6's (Side), A3's (Rear) - Subs: 2 PA-120's *
ONKYO TX-NR838 DOLBY ATMOS (Ready) - OPPO BDP-83 - DirecTV: HR-44 HD-DVR - Harmony ONE
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