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HT2008 (19 photos)(4.6) (17 ratings)
I apologize for the
Uploaded Aug 19, 2009 23:02:24
Front Projection Cinema - Front Row of Seating (10' from screen). View from back row of seating (12-13' from screen)
* 16x20 room, 9' ceilings, fireplace.
* Mitsubishi HC1600 720p Projector, shelf mounted, 14' throw.
* Pioneer VSXD412
* Kenwood speaker system: two centers, Right+ Sattelite, Left + Sattelite, RR+ Sattelite, RL+Sattelite, Sub 1 and Sub 2. (Subs located on either side of the seating area).
*Draper 100" 16:9 masking panels for 92" 2.35:1 scope ratio.
*Seating for 5 - Front row 10' from screen, back row 12-13 feet from screen.
* Oppo BDP-83
* Crystal Acoustics SmArt 4 THX Certified Speaker System
* DVDO EDGE VP
The Draper Screen
Uploaded Aug 19, 2009 23:02:31
Draper 100" 16:9 with masking down to 92" 2.35:1 cinemascope ratio. Panels are adjustable from 2.20:1 to as wide as 2.4:1. Currently displaying 2.35:1.
The panels were purchased from Home Depot and assembled and covered with fabric to match the draping system that surrounds the screen.
The panels are removable for 16:9 material.
Screen in 16x9 ratio
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 21:14:57
Masking Panels off for 1.85:1 material
DVD screen shot - MASKING PANELS ON
Uploaded Sep 04, 2009 18:24:32
"King Kong" is the first DVD I popped in after building the panels to test the scope ratio. As you can see, I had to toggle the Keystone Correction a bit. If you look on the sides, the image is spilling (just slightly) onto the edges of the screen.
Blu-Ray Screen Shot - MASKING PANELS ON
Uploaded Sep 04, 2009 18:24:29
"The Day After Tomorrow" on BD. The camera is old an inexpensive, but you get the idea. I toggled the Keystone correction and it's projecting MUCH cleaner.
From the Back - MASKING PANELS OFF
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 20:23:53
Sorry about the poor quality. My camera seems to have difficulty in low light scenarios, and the flash washes it out. This is the theatre overview.
MASKING PANELS OFF - Bram Stoker's Dracula, Blu-Ray, 1.85:1
1.85:1 - MASKING PANELS OFF
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 21:08:38
Bram Stoker's Dracula, Blu-Ray
HC-1600 Throwing 14 feet to the screen
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 20:47:44
The projector in action
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 21:01:43
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 21:09:13
Casino, 2.35:1, DVD - MASKING PANELS ON
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 21:06:01
Again, sorry for the poor quality. My camera seems to have a hard time focusing in low light. The flash washed out the picture.
Close up zoom, Bram Stoker's Dracula
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 21:11:32
Would be good for a desktop image if it weren't so grainy!
Beautiful Shot! - MASKING PANELS ON
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 21:12:30
Back row view, Casino (DVD, 2.35:1) playing in front
Bram Stoker's Dracula - MASKING PANELS OFF
Uploaded Sep 07, 2009 21:14:18
Back row view, 1.85:1
Another screen shot - MASKING PANELS ON
Uploaded Aug 19, 2009 23:02:26
View from right chair w/ ottoman. (Next to an unphotographed fireplace) (10' from screen)
Some art and Decor
Uploaded Aug 19, 2009 23:02:28
Poseidon - statuette on large coffee table
Uploaded Aug 19, 2009 23:02:33
Disorganized stacks of Blu-Rays
Uploaded Aug 19, 2009 23:02:35
Uploaded Aug 19, 2009 23:02:38
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