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post #241 of 345 Old 11-10-16, 09:47 PM
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Is that an on wall subwoofer to the left of the left speaker, or some sort of heater?
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I'm thinking heater...


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How about this room?

The one seat home theater.

Would you, could you?


Not sure I could get my head around a single seat at this level, but at three seats I could.
(I personally love the room.)
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Re: The Epic Home Theater Photo Critique Thread

I love the detail taken for sound, but there's nothing visually appealing about that room to me until the lights are out and the movie rolls. I despise all these "blue light" theaters. What is it about blue light that people think it's required for that "high tech" look and feel.

Like I said, I wish I could take that care in the acoustic treatment of the room, but give me a cozy room when the lights are on over this any day.


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How about this room?
"sterile" is the first thought that jumped into my head - seems rather lonely and lifeless. It's probably an audio and video treat for the senses, but too barren and uninspired for my tastes.

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I love this futurist look. The room has no compromises in quality with a very exciting look. A few more chairs is not a problem.
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Re: The Epic Home Theater Photo Critique Thread

I hear you... But after being in a few very hard core type viewing rooms, I found I actually prefer a lack of detailing
with very dark finishes, over stages, fancy trim/woodwork, and exposed speakers.

I also find some fancy lighting and a lighting controller to offset the "plainness", in rooms such as this. My next room will
feature a small lobby to bring in some more wow factor, to what will be a simply finished out room. Hopefully something
like a feature wall, and some standoff off lettering, marble floor, fancy lights, a built in av rack, and a digital movie poster
light box project will give me just enough wow factor, to keep me happy.
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Wow. That's quite a room. Would need to have more seats for my liking, but I could handle it. ;-))
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Kind of close to a single seating row version of Josk1's room...

One thing I really like about these angled fabric framed rooms is
by building into the room, those fabric framed walls could hide the
side surrounds, and wiring could be surface run, in conduit.
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Re: The Epic Home Theater Photo Critique Thread

This looks like the theater by the gentleman from France that posted his build thread with us a while back. I would love to hear it!
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