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Fors* LOTR Home Theater (45 photos)(5.0) (70 ratings)
Picture of the room with the screen pulled down.....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:06:22
Showing off the personalized home theater intro disc I had done by another member.....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:06:28
THX intro, this just sounds awesome on my set-up.....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:06:35
I know I'm listening.....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:06:42
Picture from "The Return of the King"....I think this is a great pic, especially for a 720p projector.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:06:52
Another shot from the movie.....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:37:12
View before heading down into the home theater....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:37:05
Picture of the wall at the bottom of the steps......
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:07:04
This is a shot with the screen no longer pulled down.....showing off my gear, which consists of a Samsung 46A650 46" LCD TV, a pair of AV-123 Rocket Signature 850 fronts, the RSC-200 "bigfoot" center (which by the way, the fronts each weigh over 90 lbs and the center weighs 46 lbs ), along with my 2 SVS PC-12 NSD subs, 3 Emotiva UPA-1 monoblocks amplifiers, a Pioneer Elite SC-05 AVR, an Oppo 83 and Panny BD-30 (for the intro disc) blu-ray players and my DirecTv HR24-500 DVR.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:07:13
Picture of the speakers naked...
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:07:22
I love the rosewood veneer on these speakers, they look even better in real life. By the way, this is the first 3-way design center speaker I have ever had, and I will no longer have anything but a 3-way design center speaker in the future. I can sense improved off axis imaging in conjunction with the fronts, a sound that is richly layered and clear and clean at low volumes.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:07:30
Naked shot of one of the Rocket Signature 850 fronts (these have the signature crossovers for anyone wondering....) and one of two acoustic panels I made for each front speaker. These speakers can really kick out the low frequencies, especially for home theater use, by getting down to 35Hz. The crossover design allows introduction of additional woofers when the frequencies dip to a certain threshold, until all 4 may be working to provide the necessary bass response.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:14:19
Off angle shot of the gear....(the "fuzzy" looking thing on the right of the pic is one of the DIY sub risers I built.)
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:14:28
Close up picture of the equipment and the 2 stands that supports the center speaker. They are made of cast iron and are also filled with sand for added stability.
Uploaded Jan 02, 2012 15:41:52
Picture looking back at my HT seating....my seat is on the left and is directly center to the TV and screen.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:14:46
These seats are actually individual seats, but can be "linked" up to form a couch or love seat as you see here. The same goes with the other furniture with the middle console piece. I love the flexibility this adds for future changes and they also rock and recline. Last but not least, they are extremely comfortable......I love these seats!
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:14:54
Picture of the bench that came with the HT seating. It is used for media storage.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:15:03
View of the amp for my buttkicker. It is on a computer hardrive "dolly" if you will, that allows it to roll out from behind the seat when needed. During some heavy LFE scenes, having the amp right next to me allows me to adjust the gain on the fly without bottoming out the transducer under the seat. When I no longer need it, it just rolls back behind my seat, as you'll see in the next pic......
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:15:12
Amp's home when not in use and transducer.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:15:37
My Sanyo PLV-Z60 projector.....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:15:29
View of the Cyron lighting I have positioned underneath my seating. 4 lightbars, or one for each seat. They add just the right amount of light to see where you are going without any distraction when watching a movie.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:28:15
Here is my LOTR wall with various collectibles on display.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:15:20
View of my LOTR Sting sword that lights up (it also makes "clanging" noises when struck).
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:28:24
Replica of Aragorn's sword with scabbard and Gimli's axe (the axe weighs almost 36 lbs!)
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:28:32
A Ringwraith sword with scabbard and Frodo's sword, Sting, which lights up.....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:28:41
Gandalf's sword Glamdring, along with a poster of Legloas.....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:28:49
View of the opposite wall....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:29:13
Due to light reflections from the curio, I installed a curtain that is hung from a track that pulls around the curio when watching movies to eliminate any light reflections or distracting glare. It gets tucked behind the curio when not in use.
Uploaded Jan 02, 2012 15:42:00
A view of the curio for my LOTR collectible busts ....
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:36:22
Bust of Gandalf...
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:29:22
Awesome bust of Sauron, this is my favorite one!
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:29:30
Bust of Elrond...
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:36:31
...and a bust of Saruman.
Uploaded Jan 02, 2012 15:42:18
...and a bust of Gollum
Uploaded Jan 02, 2012 15:42:10
These are 20" full figures of both Aragorn and Gandalf. The arms, legs and head all move so you can reposition them as you like. It has really amazing detail if you look closely.
Uploaded Jan 02, 2012 15:52:27
The One Ring!
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:36:39
This is The Siebold Home Cinema blu-ray catalog I put together. It provides easy access for company to review what blu-rays I have. Included in the book are reviews from our experts at Blu-ray.com.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:36:48
This is the table of contents. Next to each blu-ray title are the picture quality and audio quality ratings given by our expert reviewers.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:36:57
This page should be a familar sight for those who read the reviews.
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:37:21
Picture of inside the middle console of my HT seating. You'll see my Harmony One, along with my Pioneer SC-05 remote (I find it easier to change some listening modes with this remote, as it has a single button to do so, instead of using the Harmony One which can take 2 or 3 button pushes.)
Uploaded Apr 27, 2011 10:37:29
My blu-ray collection located within the drawer of the bench...
Uploaded Jan 02, 2012 16:03:45
Here is the reason I do all that I do in my HT...to see my son's eyes light up when his favorite shows appears on the TV.....
Uploaded Jan 02, 2012 16:03:54
....or to see my daughters smile grow when she watches her favorite movies on the big screen!
Uploaded Oct 15, 2012 13:44:44
Thought I would provide an updated pic of my son taken almost a year after the picture above......
Uploaded Oct 15, 2012 13:44:52
...and not to be forgotten is an updated pic of my daughter as well, taken a year after her picture above.....they truly are my motivation to give them the best theater experience I can provide, and they love it!
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