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Does anyone show off  their Home Theaters in the forum? (Locked)
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moviemaster
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moviemaster
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moviemaster
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think I finally have it,,,,
RHo
Registered: April 26, 2003
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Quoting moviemaster:
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[...] think I finally have it,,,,

Not yet.
Do you know that you can correct your post using the edit button ?

And BTW, I do not like posts with a lot of big inline images. I'd rather have a clickable link to the images.
wtmac
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Looks Good. It will be great when it's finished. I like the wall units for the DVD's. Did you make them yourself? I am making a case to hold 1200 DVD's based upon the one built in the previous post in the theater with the knotty pine.

Also on your screen... Does the screen have any bend or wave to it being that it is pulled down. For this reason I am looking at a screen to mount directly to the wall. I would like your input.

Keep the pictures coming...
Keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up.
Dan W
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It takes about the same amount of time to fix your links as it does to copy and paste them just to view the pix. So, I fixed your links.


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think I finally have it,,,,
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moviemaster
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many thanks, anyway for me to repay the favor let me know,,,,
Dan W
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many thanks, anyway for me to repay the favor let me know,,,,


Just learn to use the icon and that will be thanks enough.
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moviemaster
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wtmac:
shelves are just lengths of wood attached to some brackets and rails, there is no bends or waves when the screen is pulled down,
wavemaster2
Registered: February 26, 2006
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I have been working on mine for a while now. It's kind of a hybred office/HT/football-bar


2 toshiba 27" monitors on top of a new
mitsu 57" 1080p
mitsu 3000u DLP projector
Yamaha HTR5890
JVC studio series speakers all around 7ch w/2 15" subs
1 DTV HD-Tivo
1 DTV HD-DVR (mpeg4 unit)
1 400 disc sony juke w/up-convert and the HDMI interface
1 Single disc upconvert samsung
Gefen 4x2 HDMI switcher
JS-X777 JVC multiswitcher
Philips TSU7500 remote to control it all


During the day, it's used as my office. The screens on top are used for the CC cameras. The screen on the bottom for news, programming etc.

At night I have a da-lite 92" 16x9 cinema grey screen that covers the others.

For football on Sundays we have 3 or 4 games going at once with SundayTicket unless there are two really good games on we will watch those in HD on the 92" screen and time-shift between the two.

Honestly if I didn't work from home I couldn't begin to justify the time and expense I have put into it all. I'm almost ashamed to say I have at least 80 hours into the remote control alone getting the entire DVD collection in there was quite a project.

It's hard to get any good room pictures because it's like dungeon dark but I will give it another go after we finish the painting again.

I will say I made a killer mount for the projector with 1-1/2" black pipe that is stronger, more flexible and way less expensive than any mount I could find. I started with a flange mounted to the ceiling above. A nipple (down) into a 90 (over). A nipple (over) into another 90 (down) A nipple (down) into another flange that is attached to the plate that the projector mounts to. You can do chin-ups on it it's so strong, you can turn it 360deg l/r u/d.
wtmac
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I look forward to seeing what you built. My project is slated to begin this March when the weather warms.
Keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up.
widescreenforever
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Terry
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widescreenforever
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Quoting moviemaster:
Quote:
[IMG]http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o219/themoviemaster/anneanddave413.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o219/themoviemaster/anneanddave412.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o219/themoviemaster/anneanddave410.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o219/themoviemaster/anneanddave409.jpg[/IMG]
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[IMG]http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o219/themoviemaster/anneanddave411.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o219/themoviemaster/anneanddave405.jpg[/IMG]
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think I finally have it,,,,


to get it to show on the boards, copy  'top box only' ..  i.e.

http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f104/youraccountname/1getopenresource.jpg

then hit the insert an image icon /  paste ..

that should work for you.
Terry
wtmac
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I just purchased the first piece of my custom home theater. It's an OPTOMA 610H Front Projector I picked up on ebay. I can't wait to watch movies with it. WOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
Keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up.
bonifaxancheyta
Registered: January 22, 2007
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Hi guys here's a first glance at my home theater, hope you like it...

wtmac
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Looks great bonifax similiar to the 46 wide screen sony i currently am watching.
Keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up.
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