Pictures finally online.

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Mark McGill, Oct 22, 2003.

  1. Mark McGill

    Mark McGill Stunt Coordinator

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    Well I finally have our theatre hosted online. The inwall audio rack works great. I have easy rear access via a panel to get to everything. I tell you with a 7.2 system this thing does rock. The two SVS's are the most fun. With those things I don't even need bass shakers. The problem we have to figure out is how to keep the pictures from moving around.

    I would just like to thank everyone for the ideas and ispiration to pursue this hobby. Now I just have to finish paying for it.Our theatre.
     
  2. Robert McLay

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    Mark,

    Love your setup. I am building a home right now and can't wait to be able to start my own theater in the basement. Now enjoy.

    Rob
     
  3. Jack Ferry

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    Nice workmanship - especially the ottoman!
     
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    That's nice, but looking at all the remotes, you may want to just train one to work all, or buy a nice universal, there's alot of them to chose from. Otherwise, very nice, good luck.
    my theater
     
  5. Mark McGill

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    Yeah about those remotes. I have a brand new Pronto TSU3000 that I am intimitated by. However I don't have a highspeed connection at home and the computer is an old laptop. I would love someone to program it for me.
     
  6. BrianKR

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    Excellent setup Mark! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  7. JawhnM

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    Nice setup Mark!

    A suggestion about the pictures moving. Put a "straight pin" in the wall (protruding out about 1/2") on both sides of the bottom of the frame (right next to the frame). You can either use the standard silver head, T head or the round plastic head colored to match your wall (needle nose pliers make pushing the pins in without bending much easier). I do this with every picture in my house and NEVER have to straighten pictures. Works great! [​IMG]

    BTW.. Pronto programing can be fun. I've had one for almost 3 years now and couldn't live without it. Feel free to Email me with questions or for some tips.
     
  8. Mark McGill

    Mark McGill Stunt Coordinator

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    Be careful I might just ask you for some help. I do really need to get it going. I've had it since august and haven't done much with it. I'll order a docking station first since the Pronto goes through batteries fast.

    And yes thanks for all the kind comments.
     
  9. Neil Joseph

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    Very very nice job.
     

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