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These 2 room correction ‘services’ have started up within the last year or so. You measure, & they supply correction files for use in software like HQPlayer etc. Anyone had any experience of them, or maybe other similar offerings? http://www.homeaudiofidelity.com/ https://accuratesound.ca
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Can I preface this by saying I've never owned a television in my life...so please excuse my ignorance :) I'm building my own home as an owner builder in Brisbane. I have allowed for a dedicated home theatre / listening room. The steel frames are about to go up so I figured now was a good time to start planning. It will be approx 6m x 4.3m. I'm hoping for a row of 5 seats at the back on a raised platform and then two x two seats as per the attached image. I'm hoping for a 140" projector screen that I will make. I got a bit excited, and have been buying speakers and an AV receiver over the xmas break. So far, I've bought Denon AVC-X8500H receiver 2 x PMC twenty.25 floorstanders 2 x PMC twenty.23 floorstanders 2 x ELAC BS244 bookshelf speakers 1 x SVS PB3000 subwoofer I'm hoping for both a high quality music listening experience as well as full Dolby Atmos. I've been offered a good price on a pair of PMC twenty5.21 bookshelf speakers as well as a PMC Twenty5.C centre speaker. The floor of the cinema is 200mm thick concrete suspended about 2m in the air. The wall frames will be bluescope steel frames. I'm hoping for great accoustics in the room as well as great soundproofing so that very little noise escapes the room. I have a few general questions 1. Soundproofing - Once the steel frames go in, I was going to green glue a layer of plasterboard onto them. I was then going to construct a new set of timber frames internally and green glue two layers of plasterboard onto this. This will give separation between the two walls. There is a floor to ceiling window, but it is triple glazed and thermally broken. I will then make some heavy curtains to hang floor to ceiling around the room. I will then have a drop ceiling with stary night lighting. Does this sound like it will be sufficient to keep the noise from escaping ? Any suggested improvements. 2. Room size and shape - As I am building internal walls, I have great flexibilty over the shape and size of the room. It there a suggested size that I should make the room to minimise standing waves and improve the accoustics ? 3. Speaker placement and dolby atmos choice - I've looked into the Dolby Atmos setup guides. I suspect the room is too small for 6 ceilings, so was going to go with Atmos 7.2.4. Is this the best choice for the room size ? I'm guessing the twenty.25 should be front left and right and the twenty.23 should be back left and right ? If I get a second subwoofer, will the PB1000 or 2000 suffice or should I get another 3000? Will mixing the ELAC speakers with the PMC be ok or should I buy the PMC bookshelves ? How important is it to get high quality ceiling speakers ? I'm assuming that the dont have to be PMC as they are really only used for limited sections of the movie sound ? 4. Accoustic treatment - I have a company that produces stretched canvas prints for artists and photographers. I was thinking of printing movie style posters and then stretching them over 50mm deep frames and filling the back with accoustic foam. Is this likely to work ? The canvas is cotton. My post is long and there are a lots of questions. I would appreciate any input about anything that you have to offer. Thank you in advance.
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