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  • lcajiga
    Member
    • Aug 2003
    • 83

    Some Pics of my Home Theater

    Hi guys, just wanted to share with you some pics of my Movie Theater setup (this is my first attempt to post pics):






    If you have any question, do not hesitate to ask.

    Regards,
    Luis




    Regards,
    Luis



    "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"
    Regards,
    Luis

    http://www.luiscajiga.com/HT.htm

    "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"
  • I'mListening
    Member
    • Jul 2003
    • 63

    #2
    Looks great! Can you explain the lighting effects?




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    Enter The Cyberdyne Cinema

    Darren
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    • Danbry39
      Moderator Emeritus
      • Sep 2002
      • 1584

      #3
      Simply amazing!!!

      And, yes, the different colored lights do make the room look sculpted. Really, really nice. If I had a room like that, I'd NEVER leave it. NEVER!!!

      If ever I'm in Puerto Rico, I know whose door I'll be knocking on. How about I bring the beer and popcorn?




      Keith
      Keith

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      • lcajiga
        Member
        • Aug 2003
        • 83

        #4
        yes, I have a Lutron system with different scenarios. I have lights for my posters, DVD racks, system, seats, etc. plus some recorded scenes for music listening or movie viewing...and everything is controlled by my Pronto Remote. The blu light effect that you see on the ceiling and in the front, are fluorecent blue lights that I can dim with the lutron control. All of those are on when I listen to music but the ones at the ceiling turns off when watching TV. There is a hidden screen that comes down just above the equipment racks to watch my projector TV. The blue lighting remains on in the back of the screen to give a 3-D effect (I dim them of course but still remains on). Nice setup...people love it.

        Regards,
        Luis




        Regards,
        Luis



        "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"
        Regards,
        Luis

        http://www.luiscajiga.com/HT.htm

        "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"

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        • lcajiga
          Member
          • Aug 2003
          • 83

          #5
          Danbry, you will be my guest. You bring the beers, I'll brign the wine. Deal? :-)




          Regards,
          Luis



          "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"
          Regards,
          Luis

          http://www.luiscajiga.com/HT.htm

          "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"

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          • SpOoNmAn
            Senior Member
            • Sep 2003
            • 518

            #6
            Beautiful room, and good choice of speakers 8) WE have the same taste I see. That's IF my eyes don't deceive me and they are Def techs.

            Your center looks like the 3000..looks bigger then my 2500 from the pics anyways. Is that the new golden cherry finish? Regardless, looks excellent!

            I just got my SuperCube I in with the new finish, it kills the old one




            Life is short, Play it LOUD!

            Theatre Photo Album (A work in Progress)
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            • lcajiga
              Member
              • Aug 2003
              • 83

              #7
              You are correct SpOoNmAn. The center is the 3000 in the new Golden Cherry. I also purchased four BPVX/P in Golden Cherry for the surround (you know, the ones that comes with an integrated sub-woofer) and I also installed the new Reference sub-woofer (mind blowing). Finally, the front speakers are the new 7001, they are smaller than the previos 3000 flagship and sound way better since they have a 14" SuperCube sub driven by a 1800 watts power amp. They sound amazing.

              Regards,
              Luis




              Regards,
              Luis



              "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"
              Regards,
              Luis

              http://www.luiscajiga.com/HT.htm

              "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"

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              • SpOoNmAn
                Senior Member
                • Sep 2003
                • 518

                #8
                lcajiga..check your email Please 8)




                Life is short, Play it LOUD!

                Theatre Photo Album (A work in Progress)
                GameTracker -My List-
                Life is short, Play it LOUD!

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                • doodleboytoy
                  Member
                  • Jun 2003
                  • 30

                  #9
                  WOW! nice nice nice... Care to list down your equipment? I had difficluty identifying them except for the rotels lol.

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                  • Aeromos
                    Senior Member
                    • Jun 2003
                    • 192

                    #10
                    Hey Icajiga,

                    Beautiful set-up!! I especially love the blue ambient lights. Your site's pretty cool too. You should have your home theatre set up in there too!!




                    Aeromos
                    Enjoy life, it's too short to waste!!
                    My Collection
                    Aeromos
                    Enjoy life, it's too short to waste!!
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                    • Andrew Pratt
                      Moderator Emeritus
                      • Aug 2000
                      • 16507

                      #11
                      Very nice:T




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                      • lcajiga
                        Member
                        • Aug 2003
                        • 83

                        #12
                        Hi Doodleboytoy, my equipment is:

                        Rotel RSP-1098 HT Processor,
                        Rotel RMB-1095 5 channel amplifier (Center, Surrounds, Back),
                        Rotel RB-1080 2 channels amplifier (L&R),
                        Yamaha S2300 DVD, DVD-A, SACD player,
                        Pioneer DVL-700 Laser Disc/DVD player,
                        Sony CDP-CX250 CD carrousel (200 CD),
                        Sony MDS-JE500 Mini Disc Player/Recorder,
                        JVC HR-S3901 VHS,
                        Rotel RB-930AX 2 channel amp. for Zone 2,
                        Sanyo PLV-Z1 HD Projector,
                        Definitive Technologies Speakers:
                        BP7001SC (Left/Right) with internal subs (1800 watts amp.),
                        C/L/R 3000 (Center) with internal sub (150 watts amp.),
                        SuperCube Reference (Sub-Woofer with 1500 watts amp.) and
                        BPVX/P Surround Speakers (4) with internal subs (125 watts amp.).

                        Regards,
                        Luis




                        Regards,
                        Luis



                        "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"
                        Regards,
                        Luis

                        http://www.luiscajiga.com/HT.htm

                        "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"

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                        • will1066
                          Senior Member
                          • Aug 2003
                          • 660

                          #13
                          That's a heck of a setup, Icajiga. If I didn't know any better, I'd mistake it for a hi-fi shop showroom.

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                          • Energeezer
                            Senior Member
                            • Sep 2002
                            • 147

                            #14
                            2 Thumbs up
                            Can you send a pic with the screen down? What type screen




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                            • MuShu007
                              Member
                              • Jun 2002
                              • 61

                              #15
                              NICE.....VERY NICE INDEED! How do you like your RSP-1098? I bet your buddies are droolin' over it eh? That's a beautiful piece.

                              MIKE

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                              • simonb68
                                Senior Member
                                • Jan 2003
                                • 101

                                #16
                                Very impressive, I like the way the ceiling lights match the Rotel power lights and other LEDs.

                                Simon

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                                • aud19
                                  Twin Moderator Emeritus
                                  • Aug 2003
                                  • 16706

                                  #17
                                  If you can send me some money I'd love to make my theatre room as close to that as I can. Imititation is the sincerest form of flattery

                                  (I'm this close to going downtown with a hat and a sign that says:
                                  Need money for home theatre, please help)




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                                  Jason

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                                  • Azeke
                                    Super Senior Member
                                    • Mar 2003
                                    • 2123

                                    #18
                                    lcajiga,

                                    Simply beautiful.

                                    Regards,

                                    Azeke

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                                    • lcajiga
                                      Member
                                      • Aug 2003
                                      • 83

                                      #19
                                      Dear energeezer, my screen is a Vutec 110"D 16:9 format screen (matte white) with dual mounting electric motor and remote controlled. Since my TV projector is native 16:9, the image is PERFECT and with very good definition. It is incredible how an unexpensive TV may reproduce an image like this one. Two thumbs up to Sanyo.

                                      Here is the pic with the screen down:



                                      Regards,
                                      Luis




                                      Regards,
                                      Luis



                                      "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"
                                      Regards,
                                      Luis

                                      http://www.luiscajiga.com/HT.htm

                                      "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"

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                                      • Aeromos
                                        Senior Member
                                        • Jun 2003
                                        • 192

                                        #20
                                        Icajiga,

                                        Nice shot of the screen down. Do you ever turn the blue back lighting off completely while watching or at least turn it down more? Does it not somehow detract your attention from the screen? I can imagine some people just get mesmerized by those beautiful blue lights.

                                        Is that Joe Cocker on the screen I see?




                                        Aeromos
                                        Enjoy life, it's too short to waste!!
                                        My Collection
                                        Aeromos
                                        Enjoy life, it's too short to waste!!
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                                        • dali
                                          Member
                                          • Jul 2002
                                          • 48

                                          #21
                                          Looks more like David Gilmour from Pink Floyd.

                                          Nice looking theatre, if only I had the same space I'd do something similar.

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                                          • Whistler
                                            Member
                                            • Aug 2003
                                            • 74

                                            #22
                                            Looks amazing, time that I move out and buy an own house .




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                                            • lcajiga
                                              Member
                                              • Aug 2003
                                              • 83

                                              #23
                                              Hi Aeromos, the DVD I was playing when took the picture was David Gilmour (form Pink Floyd) in his acoustic concert. Very nice piece.

                                              Regarding the lights, those are fluorecent lights that I may dim at will with the remote control. I put them in the lowest broghtness while watching movies. In this case, I bright them a little just for the picture. I may also turn them off, but the feedback from my family, visitors and friends is that the dim blue light in the back gives the screen a 3-D look and allow you to rest your eyes. Watching the movie in complete darkness tires your eyes a little, not with the lights on. I also turn off the screen of the 1098 because it is distracting when watching the movie or concert. You will need to see it in person since the pics don't do justice.

                                              Regards,
                                              Luis




                                              Regards,
                                              Luis



                                              "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"
                                              Regards,
                                              Luis

                                              http://www.luiscajiga.com/HT.htm

                                              "It is not what you see and hear...it is how!"

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                                              • Aeromos
                                                Senior Member
                                                • Jun 2003
                                                • 192

                                                #24
                                                I could just imagine if I saw it in person. I love it now!! Imagine if I came to see it in person. After welcoming me into your home, you'd run the risk of me never leaving that room. LOL!! Send the ticket already will you!!




                                                Aeromos
                                                Enjoy life, it's too short to waste!!
                                                My Collection
                                                Aeromos
                                                Enjoy life, it's too short to waste!!
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