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Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Todd_Brown, Jan 20, 2004.

  1. Todd_Brown

    Todd_Brown Second Unit

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    Only thing missing is my rope lighting-coming soon.
    Equipment list:
    RUNCO CL710 DLP Projector
    Stewart Firehawk 92" Screen
    Integra DTR 7.4 THX Certified Receiver
    Integra DPS 8.3 THX Ultra Certified DVD player
    2 ea. M&K K10 subs
    4 ea. M&K K4 Tripoles (in columns)
    Boston Acoustic VR940 Towers
    Boston Acoustic CR2 center channel
    Pioneer CLV990 Laser Disc
    RCA Satelite receiver
    Monster Power HTS 3600
    Crestron MC2W Processor
    Crestron wireless touch panel
    Remote powered shades for windows
    Bunches of Monster cable

    http://members.aol.com/todd66ovi/Theater/

    Let me know what you think.
    Todd
     
  2. Erik.Ha

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    Theater is very nice, but I WANT THE STORMTROOPER!!!
     
  3. Colin-H

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    I like it a lot. I think you did a good job of incorporating the Star Wars stuff while maintaining the elegent look of the theater. What is the paneling made out of?
     
  4. Todd_Brown

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    They are a special acoustic panel made of a type of hardened foam and covered. They were made by Acoustic Innovations.
    Todd
     
  5. Brian Harnish

    Brian Harnish Screenwriter

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that a Go'auld/Jaffa Staff Weapon from Stargate SG-1 underneath the screen?

    Very nice theater! I want those lightsabers!! Gimme gimme! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  6. Clay M

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    Sweet. Another SW nut. Can't wait to get mine done.
     
  7. douglas-b

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    Nice saber collection...I have a few myself. [​IMG] You ever visit the "RPF" (replica prop forum)?

    You theater is also VERY nice.
     
  8. Todd_Brown

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    I'm a card carrying member (and have the crippled wallet to prove it)! Seriously,between that forum and this forum mine are expensive hobbies[​IMG]
    Todd
     
  9. douglas-b

    douglas-b Stunt Coordinator

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    Yea, I know what you mean[​IMG]

    AKA "Jedi Berdo Bumar"
     
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    Very nice. I especially like the light columns and the workmanship on the riser.
     
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    how do you like the runco? is it bright and sharp enough?

    And of course, great job!!
     
  12. JohnnyN

    JohnnyN Stunt Coordinator

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    great looking theater... where'd u get the carpet? What kind of fabric is covering the panels? The wood trim around the risers is really grrrrreat!!! how'd you do the pillars? Is the rest of the room just drywalled and painted?
     
  13. Todd_Brown

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    The carpet is from a regular carpet store, the fabric for the panels is from Acoustic Innovations. The pillars I had made. They all are hollow with a shelf, the back 4 contain my M&K Tripoles, with custom fabric panels as insets and accent. The rest of the room is just painted drywall.

    Todd
     
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    Very nice. Your layout looks very close to the one I'm designing/building. (3 seats in front with a split 2x2 rear with rear center entrance)

    Can you tell me, what are your room dimensions and seating distances?

    Thanks.
     
  16. Todd_B

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    I love the riser [​IMG] Great work [​IMG]

    Todd B
     
  17. richard_v

    richard_v Stunt Coordinator

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    Very, very nice workmanship with classic clean lines! Is this in your basement? How long did the build take?

    Any hopes the SW III will be any good?
     
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    Ron-P Producer

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    Extremely impressive Todd. Very nice theater. Love the theme and the color scheme.


    Peace Out~[​IMG]
     
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    Awesome man! I love the color scheme and the risers for the rear seats. The lighting brings a very theateresque(sp?) mood to it. ...and awesome light saber collection! What are the dimensions of the room?
     
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    Very professional looking. All you are missing is the starlight fiber-optic ceiling!
     

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