The Data-Bass Member Equipment List
Posted 14 November 2015 - 03:04 PM
THTs are efficient, you'll like a second. Terrific spl down to high teens.
Your review was one of the deciding factors for me to build one in the first place. Yeah, would have had #2 this spring, but house stuff got in the way. I originally wanted 4, but my wife would kill me and I'd almost never get to have fun with them
Posted 15 November 2015 - 11:08 PM
Well I guess I'll list my humble system here. I don't have any pics, but I can take some if anyone cares.
L/R: Klipsch KLF20
CC: Klipsch KLF7
SL/SR: Klipsch KLF10
SSR/SSL: Klipsch KG1.2
Sub: 24" THT, second one coming this spring
BASH300 for the sub
Panasonic 55VT60 - should have bought the 60" in hindsight.
Plan on upgrading my sub amp and hopefully adding my Adcom 555 back into the mix once it's fixed. My HT is our basement, something close to 4500 cu ft. I don't have any acoustic panels yet, but that will change thanks to Luke!
Also want to build 3 1099s for the LCR. We'll see when that gets done. lol
Lots of great systems here.
This system sounds awesome. The 4520 brought it to a whole new level and it was kind of shocking.
I'm impressed with the THT and it's amazing what it can do with only 300w!
Posted 26 November 2015 - 07:42 AM
Scott's Wall of Bass Immersive Audio HT Room
Oppo BDP-103d Universal Blu-ray Player
Yamaha CX-A5100 preamplifier processor
Harman Kardon AVR-525 A/V Receiver (Atmos-EX overhead center extraction)
Harman Kardon AVR-520 A/V Receiver (Atmos-EX overhead center extraction)
(3x) Behringer Pro DCX2496 Ultradrive Pro
(3x) Samson SX1200 amplifier (mid/hf)
(3x) Behringer EP4000 amplifier (midbass)
Behringer NU4-6000 iNuke amplifier (side and rear surrounds)
Behringer NU4-6000 iNuke amplifier (bridged - rear subwoofers)
Behringer EP2500 amplifier (subwoofer riser)
Cerwin Vega CV-5000 amplifier (front subwoofers)
Sony HW-40ES 1080p 3D Projector
Seymour AV Center Stage UF material (DIY frame - 126" diagonal 16:9 acoustically transparent)
(3x) Custom 3-way cinema LCR speakers
- (JBL Pro 2226j 15" midbass, 10" midrange hornloaded, SEOS12 hf horn Denovo DNA-360 compression driver) - full active
(4x) JBL Pro 8330 surround speakers
(6x) Emotiva ERD-1 bipole/dipole surround speakers (front, mid and rear overhead)
(4x) Dual Opposed sealed 18" subwoofer (DIY - Stereo Integrity HT18d4)
(2x) Dual Opposed sealed 18" subwoofer (DIY - Sound Splinter RLp18d4)
Subwoofer Riser (DIY - 2x Sound Splinter RLp18d4)
Owens Corning OC703 4" rigid fiberglass
Knauf ECOSE 2" eco-friendly "fiberglass"
GIK Acoustics Gridfusor diffusion panel
and various foam products of many thicknesses
Sonax ML-1220 Component Rack
Google Nexus 7 tablet
(2x) Furman PS-8R Power Conditioner/Sequencer
An uncomfortable futon
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Posted 28 November 2015 - 02:20 AM
Bet it sounds great. Nice work!
Posted 28 November 2015 - 03:56 AM
Haha! I seriously, no joke, get a huge headache when I look at the back of the equipment rack...or consider how I would have to rewire something. It's pretty complex. Unnecessarily so but it's mine and I love it.
And it does sound great.
Posted 28 November 2015 - 09:10 PM
Haha! Thanks guys.
Only reason I said 'not enough speakers' is that if anyone on this earth is going to have true 64-channel cinema ATMOS in their room, it'll be Scott...
As we discussed at Brandon's... there is no more room to expand for current home Atmos. There is only one option, a $30,000 option at that. Buy a Trinnov Altitude32 which would support up to 32 outputs and handle it in full with Dolby Atmos.
No thanks. I bought a car instead.
But in actuality I am pushing the envelope with current Atmos. It can only go "up to" 7.1 + four overhead speakers right now. I'm using external processing to get another two "channels" and it works but further complicated the whole setup. Really it is set-and-forget so it's just an additional thing to do.
Using this I run a 7.x.6 speaker system.
Um, yeah Scott, think there's room for a few more speakers in there, I can see a couple blank spots on ceiling and side walls.
You happy with the Yamaha? I'm looking at picking one up.
I know, right. I need MOAR!!!
I love it. I has a couple things that bug me but otherwise it is fantastic and does pretty much everything I want and needed. Would recommend, for sure.
Posted 29 November 2015 - 06:09 AM
Page 14 and 15 will blow your mind. Looks like there is enough theoretical room to do 24.1.10?
Time to sell that car.
Yup. I'm familiar with all the consumer and cinema level Atmos documentation.
Up to 24 ear level speaker locations and 10 overheads for the home version.
Nope. The SRT stays.
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