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post #381 of 855 Old 09-01-14, 04:14 PM
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Looks like a cool build I will be subscribing. I wish I had the space for a 150 plus inch screen but maybe that can be a feature of my next house.
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Looks like a cool build I will be subscribing. I wish I had the space for a 150 plus inch screen but maybe that can be a feature of my next house.
We went pretty much wall to wall... This enabled us to hide all our front channel speakers and one sub behind (or under) the screen.

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Yeah we went wall to wall also as we have our front sound stage behind the screen and even still I could only eek out a 110 inch wide 2.35 screen. Our room is only 12 ft wide though. What do you plan on using to light up a screen that monsterous?
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Yeah we went wall to wall also as we have our front sound stage behind the screen and even still I could only eek out a 110 inch wide 2.35 screen. Our room is only 12 ft wide though. What do you plan on using to light up a screen that monsterous?
I am using the Panasonic AE8000.... I am only able to make it to 180" (diagonal) 2.35 as we ran out of depth in the room to hit 195" (diagonal) Our room is 19 feet wide..

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Re: Ellis Family Retirement HT: Go big or go home

Ok, I am all caught up - looking great Ron! Looking forward to seeing the final result!


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Ok, I am all caught up - looking great Ron! Looking forward to seeing the final result!
Hopefully it won't be much longer before it is completed.

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Re: Ellis Family Retirement HT: Go big or go home

I only need to get some rca to XLR connectors , and 1 Speakon connector and I can start on the bi-amp setup!.

I was going to do it today, but we are having a Movie night tomorrow, and I don't want any problems. I have learned from past experiences don't do any tinkering when you are planning on using the setup as Murphy s Law will rear its ugly head!

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Re: Ellis Family Retirement HT: Go big or go home

K.I.S.S. principle until after movie night.

"Music is the space between the notes"
“[T]o talk well and eloquently is a very great art, but that an equally great one is to know the right moment to stop.”
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K.I.S.S. principle until after movie night.
YUP!

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Re: Ellis Family Retirement HT: Go big or go home

Today I started on the layout for the minidsps, T chip amps, and i3 NUCs.

I have a little dilemma... I have a board that i am going to hang on the wall, and I would like to attach my T chip amps, MiniDSPs, and i3 NUCs to it. Any ideas of what would be a nice neat way to attach them to the wood panel?


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