Residing Place Dwelling Theater Tour

Residing Place Dwelling Theater Tour

It truly is been practically 10 a long time given that I produced the video How to Set Up and Address a Listening Place, which features a tour of my dwelling space dwelling theater. All of the facts in that video is continue to valid, but a lot has modified in my space given that then, so it truly is time for an update. This more recent video reveals how you can delight in condition of the art audio (and video) without getting to invest a large total of income.

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  1. unies  gulsher
    unies gulsher 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    I admire this guys enthusiasm well knowledgeable and a brilliant home theatre setup ☺

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  2. Marian Sloup
    Marian Sloup 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    would love to meet with this guy .. his enthusiasm is just as high as mine

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  3. Ricky Hobbs
    Ricky Hobbs 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    That's very impressive! Good too see you don't need massive speakers for good sound.

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  4. DarthHater100
    DarthHater100 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    I wonder why he doesn't use stands for his speakers. You can get a set of basic speaker stands for $40, and it looks a lot better than a plastic step stool and some old boxes as your stands. Plus it will put them at ear level. . . maybe he has some acoustic reason or something . I'm glad to see he is happy with his setup, that is what matters.

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  5. 3A Productions
    3A Productions 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Do you need an inverter for home theater setup? Or power conditioner is enough?

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  6. Dave Parfitt
    Dave Parfitt 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Nice setup. Can you recommend a ceiling tile that is economical and better then drywall? I'll be putting in a drop ceiling and without breaking the bank, I want to consider an acoustical ceiling tile. thanks.

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  7. EscapeMCP
    EscapeMCP 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Thx, my outlook on audio is similar (and that's down to you and Bill Fitzmaurice). Spend money in the places where it makes the best audio improvement, not on what looks the best! I don''t get why you need kWs of power on each channel unless you have speakers with awful sensitivity (or you're already deaf from said kWs).
    Oh… another pick 3 from 2 – Small, loud or low ;)

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  8. Dynamite Kid
    Dynamite Kid 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Awesome setup! I love it! keep up the good work Sir! :-)

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  9. hometheatertv
    hometheatertv 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Very nice set up with acoustic treatments

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  10. .
    . 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    I seriously need a set of those freaky dolls that look like myself !

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  11. Jörgen Olofsson
    Jörgen Olofsson 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Really good, informative video. Thank you!

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  12. William Cameron
    William Cameron 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Confused. You refer to your $150 Pioneer from Costco and start to zoom in on it but it then switches to a much higher end Yamaha! Did I miss something?

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  13. Scott Norris
    Scott Norris 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Beautiful theater room. But common now be real and don't pretend like that's any kind of a "budget minded" setup. The SVS alone is worth as much as some peoples whole setup. And acoustic acoustic treatment is $$$!! Bet you have over 20k of panels in there! Your smart in that you realize you can get awesome sound with middle of the road sound equipment (minus the sub) if you have awesome room treatment. But again, call it what it is. That's a professional setup, and not a cheap one!

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  14. swsteven
    swsteven 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Beautiful useful information! Thanks so much!??

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  15. utubecomment21
    utubecomment21 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    One thing I've noticed is that 'Acoustical Engineers' often have some … humble equipment (for want of a better phrase) whilst 'Audio Reviewers' or so-called 'Audiophiles' seem to get more enthusiastic as the price tag get larger or as the speaker finishes get shinier.
    I wonder why that is?

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  16. Jay Walton
    Jay Walton 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Could you please share the Model # of your Yamaha Receiver?

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  17. Dave30867
    Dave30867 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    At least you turn the lights on in the room so we can see everything .
    Other people stumble around in the dark with the TV on in the background
    Expecting people to see dark video with dimmed light makes me laugh .

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  18. i raul
    i raul 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    use 2 subwoofers for bass management & u will need less acoustic treatment

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  19. Mason S
    Mason S 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    4:10 what computer keyboard are you using?

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  20. bighands69
    bighands69 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Absolutely amazing.

    I have an acoustically designed home theatre with a 7.1 set up. But this is just amazing and it is not about product fetish either.

    Quality room acoustics is the future.

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  21. Andrew Jackson
    Andrew Jackson 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    For power conditioning forget home theater and go pro audio. Fuhrman Rack Rider is what I use. Active surge protection for a fraction of what a Monster Cable surge protector costs.

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  22. Antonio Brown
    Antonio Brown 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    very nice

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  23. sage11x
    sage11x 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Just some honest advice: I'm sure the system sounds amazing but the aesthetics are rough. I don't know if you could realistically call that a 'living' room anymore. I'd stop pretending and just slap some dark flat paint on those walls.

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  24. Tom Betz
    Tom Betz 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Love your videos, likely because I'm of a similar mindset. To each their own, as you state, but it's great to see a grounded approach presented that just works and for valid reasons.

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  25. Woodworking with Edward Short
    Woodworking with Edward Short 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Very useful information.

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  26. Plato Fitness
    Plato Fitness 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Ethan Winer thought I would see if you were still on here, I remembered your name from 6 six years ago, when I was building my home recording studio at my old house, when I lived with my ex wife. ha ha ex wife!! When I built the false roof I think she thought i was nuts, Ha Ha. the sound in there was unbelievable – roof was done, mondo boards placed just right. I Still have the boards I made form your specs – priceless investment. Keep up the good work man!! Just wanted to say thanks man you taught me a lot!!

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  27. Mark Hudson
    Mark Hudson 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    I'm surprise he's running single sub in that large space. Overall great setup

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  28. LanceCampeau
    LanceCampeau 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    A level headed presentation on listener expectation VS expended cost. I've always taken this same type of approach. Great stuff…

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  29. Surround Sound Freak 13
    Surround Sound Freak 13 25 February, 2016, 07:09

    Thank you for sharing your set up. I completely understand about what you said, we all have a budget. Mine main issue is space. I would love to set up a theater room but I have to use my living room because my third bedroom is a studio.

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