My new theater web site....

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  1. Scott_Vonhof

    Scott_Vonhof Agent

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    After finally getting everything to what I consider a good stopping point, I have completely re-done my theater web page.
    I have all the old info available including links to others theaters, but on the timeline page.

    Check it out and let me know what you think.
    www.vonhofs.com/theater.html
     
  2. MikeWh

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    HT looks nice (as before). New site looks good... Good content. I give it [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
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  3. LaMarcus

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    Much improve ment over your last site, very nice dude.
     
  4. Shane_M

    Shane_M Stunt Coordinator

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    Sweet home theater room. I'm just starting mine, literally.

    I'm off for two weeks in a few weeks and I'll be tackling as much of it as I can. The only problem I have it I don't know I'm going to run the speaker wire for easy upgrading.

    Ah, but this isn't about me. Nice theater.
     
  5. Shane Martin

    Shane Martin Producer

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    Couple of broken links but a good looking theater.

    http://www.vonhofs.com/speakers.html

    Click on Maverick 2's and Maverick 2c and you get nothing. Probably just a bad hyperlink.
     
  6. Scott_Vonhof

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    Thanks Shane, I corrected the problem.
     
  7. Neil Joseph

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    Woah! A custom designed exhaust vent for your 10HT?? Please give us more details on that.

    Love the rack. That's exactly what I need. Is it DIY? The room looks great.
     
  8. Scott_Vonhof

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    Yes it is a DIY rack. It is basically a Flexi rack. You can do searches on Flexi and find out all about it. I will someday rebuild the rack, as I don't care for the look anymore in the room.
     
  9. Neil Joseph

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    This will be my next project. I will either build a double-wide rack or a 5 shelf one.

    Thanks,
     
  10. Spiro A

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    excellant site. excellant theater Scott[​IMG]
     
  11. Drew Bethel

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    Very, very impressive! I love the way you spread out the components at the front. Where did you get those AV racks?
     
  12. Scott_Vonhof

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    I built 'em. You know, I looked into buying a rack that would go under the screen, but nobody makes a rack that is 94" wide....
     
  13. Geno

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    scott, if you are tired of the flexi rack look, would you consider fixing brackets or supports to the wall and buying 94" boards? it would make everything even instead of the breken up look you have now [which aint bad nor is the theater, BEAUTIFUL!]

    just a suggestion
     
  14. Scott_Vonhof

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    I have thought about making more of a cabinet style rack, with adjustable shelves that I can add doors to (if I decide to do that later) with a metal mesh so the components can breathe. I have been considering this for a while, but I have other projects that will/are taking priority. Also, I am trying to figure out how to make this to allow for easy access to the wiring, since it probably won't be able to be moved easilly. I was thinking of side panels that can slide out and allow access to an open frame... Everything is in my head right now.
    I also want to employ some of the wood finishing techniques that others found and really liked in one of the threads over at the AVS Forum about DIY speakers. Using a black aniline dye with clear dead flat laquer. Here is how J. L.'s speakers came out:
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