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Chamber of Dreams => Finished room

This is my dream come true, hence the name ;)

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Equipment:
A/V receiver: Marantz SR9600
Stereo amplifier: Marantz PM-15S2 Limited Edition
UD player: Oppo BDP-83SE TUC (modified by The Upgrade Company)
Speakers: ALR/Jordan Note 7 (front), Center and 5 (rear)
Subwoofer: Velodyne DD18
Projector: JVC DLA-HD950/RS-25
Screen: Stewart Screen Luxus Deluxe Screenwall 110" with Studiotek 130G3
Power: PS Audio Power Plant Premier
Remote: Marantz RC9001
Head phones: Sennheiser HD600
Audio Rack: Creaktiv Trend 1-5 Aktiv Plus
Cables (speaker): inakustik Referenz LS-1202 with LS-1002 bi-wire birdges, LS-1002 for center and surrounds
Cables (audio): inakustik Referenz NF-1302 60cm, inakustik Referenz HDMI, Nordost Bassline SW
Cables (power): Furutech G320Ag-18 1,8m, PS Audio Perfect Wave AC-3, inakustik AC-2502
Cables (video): inakustik Referenz HDMI
Tweaks: Nanotec Systems Nespa #1, Soundcare SuperSpikes, Ceraballs
 

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Very nice. I am jealous! :cunning:
What days are you not at home? :innocent:

Seriously, Very nice....
Cheers,
Bill.
Thanks Bill! Days that I'm at work for instance :laugh:
 

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Agreed. Very nice.

Question: Are they diffusers or bass traps at the sides?
Thanks Mark. It took me almost 3,5 years to complete :eek:

They are diffusers. A man from Holland makes them half the depth of the QRDs. I also have bass traps. The white plate in the back is a RPG Modex Broadband and the whole front wall is made of absorbers, including 2 bass traps based on the Helmholz resonator

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Thanks Mark. It took me almost 3,5 years to complete :eek:

They are diffusers. A man from Holland makes them half the depth of the QRDs. I also have bass traps. The white plate in the back is a RPG Modex Broadband and the whole front wall is made of absorbers, including 2 bass traps based on the Helmholz resonator

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Very cool :) Thank you for that.
 

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Ya' thats a really nice room. I bet it sounds fantastic as well :)
 

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Thanks you all for the compliments. I am (I should say we are ;)) very proud to have achieved this. Sometimes we still can't believe we have our own cinema.

I like to play racegames and that is simply awesome on the big screen.

If you have a spare room, some skill and a lot of free time everyone can do this...
 

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Ya' thats a really nice room. I bet it sounds fantastic as well :)
It sounds great! Most of the work we had to do was to optimize the acoustics. The sound was terrible in the bare room. Everything was concrete and my RT60-measurement showed an average echo time of 3 seconds! The target in our room was between 0.2 and 0.4 seconds.

And we achieved that pretty much with an acoustic ceiling, DIY-absorbers, an RPG bass trap and diffusers. Apart from the carpet and curtains which also contribute, but were not near enough on their own.
 

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