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Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Darren Mortensen, Jul 15, 2003.

  1. Darren Mortensen

    Darren Mortensen Stunt Coordinator

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    Paul_C Stunt Coordinator

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    Very nice additions.

    Love the floating seats.

    You have a very cool theater. [​IMG]


    Paul
     
  3. Neil Joseph

    Neil Joseph Lead Actor

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    Fantastic. I can see you have a love for movies.
     
  4. David Preston

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    In just one word Unbelievable.
     
  5. LaMarcus

    LaMarcus Screenwriter

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    My goodness. I don't think I've another theater with that much attention to detail. It's scares me to think how much you have invested into that room. Not to mention the time and preparation. I don't think I have it in me to try to create a room like that. I'd just have to pay someone else to do it.

    You theater is the definition of jealousy, mainly the Berkline's I want those seats soooooo bad. They are on sale here $3000 for a row of 3 seats [​IMG] Too bad I already spent that on my seating for 6. I think it goes without saying your theater is awesome.

    Just a question, do you get a lot of light reflections because of the metal theme you have going in there?
     
  6. Darren Mortensen

    Darren Mortensen Stunt Coordinator

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    Thank you all!

    I just added more pics to show variations of colors to the Berkline Seating Lights. These can be easily changed from Red to Blue to Yellow to Green.

    As for reflections, I get very little. There is no metal past the front row and most light is blocked by that row before hitting the rear riser area. The screen is 159" so all attention is drawn into the movie and not minor reflections. I am VERY sensitive to ANY distractions during movie time...so if it doesn't bother me....no one else even has a clue!
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