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Posted · Original PosterOP

We upgrade the LMG Lounge with a 120" EluneVision screen, and a Klipsch 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos setup.

 

 

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Linus is gone and you already broke it all :P

 

Edit:

It's up now


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Posted (edited)

For some reason this is what I kept thinking the whole video...

 

 

Edited by LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo

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The time Linus replied to me on one of my threads: 

 

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This is not how you install a hanging projector.  That thing is going to fall down.  Mainly the base is not that secure on the wooden bracket.  Even in the video you can see how unstable it is as it wobbles.  To this point, the bottom the wooden base is screwed into the two vertical beams in the same direction as the weight is pulling on it. 

 

Ideally you'd want a single pipe dropping from the ceiling to the proper height.  If you want/need the adjustable portion, you can simply get a pipe extension to combine a fixed length with the adjustable portion.  The fixed length of pipe can have a hole cut into the top so that cabling can be feed through it, maintaining that clean external look. (Generally using the hole in the mounting base for cabling is practical when using ceiling tiles since the projector mount itself is suspended by wiring about the ceiling tile, not on an actual support.)  The base of the pipe would be secured to board by drilling all the way through the board with long bolts that'd run through the entire assembly and a metal plate to act as a glorified washer to help distributed the weight across this board.  This board assembly would then be secured into multiple beams to distribute that weight.  Probably a bit overkill given the relatively light weight of the projector being used but it would be stable and I wouldn't worry about it falling down on some one.  This would also look far better than the solution used in the video.

 

Another sneaky thing would be to hang the screen from pipes connected to the ceiling.  This would provide room for the display and other items behind the screen.  The cabling for the drop trigger can run through them as well, hiding that. 

 

For a home theater setup, I would have gone with a screen that has ambient light rejection to help deal with other light sources in the room.  Some make ALR screens that drop but other manufacturers only do ALR in a fixed frame.

 

Given that Linus did a recent video leveraging HDbaseT, I would have presumed that that is what used to bring video to the projector.  The cable distances involved is what HDbaseT was designed to handle.

 

Though given eagerness for more power and this channel's ability to get demo/evaluation gear for no cost to them, I suspect that this home theater setup will be released by a micoLED wall in roughly a year.  That's be a 130 in or so display with an 8K resolution and depending on the LED controller and how many logical displays it actually is, it could do 240 Hz and be fine for gaming too.

 

I would also predict some sound damping material starting to be added to the room.

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:D i fucking knew it :D 

here i was talking abnout going with klipsch on the last video and there we are.

awesome guys. love it. nothing else. just love it.


"I know its stupidly overdone and unreasonably unneccesary but wouldnt it be awesome if ..."

 

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That is close to my setup but I actually downgraded from the 15" to the 10". It was just so over powering, especially with the towers and now I get a tighter bass. I want that projector though

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57 minutes ago, Tomsta said:

That sub though, holy hell that's as big as my guitar amp and cabinet

I thought my 10" JBL sub was huge until I saw that behemoth. 😱


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42 minutes ago, danwat1234 said:

Which editor played around with the screw driver/drill sound effects to come up with those scenes? Well done.

Looks like we can thank the man, the myth, the legend:

@Aprime

Fabulous work my good sir.


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Who makes the speaker stands for the rear speakers? I couldn't find them in the video description.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 3/17/2019 at 8:00 PM, CPF said:

Who makes the speaker stands for the rear speakers? I couldn't find them in the video description.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/MS9045bk--ultimate-support-ms-90-45b-45-inch-studio-monitor-stands-black-finish

 

They're pretty easy to knock over, but if they're up against a wall, or on carpet it's fine.

 

Otherwise, we're gonna make a custom base for them that's a little more sturdy.


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