Here are more construction
pictures and details for the theater.
A view of the chairs with the entrance in the background and a little
bit of the neon around the bar on the left. You can see the subwoofer
platform the rear row of seats is mounted on. By the way, the seats are
manufactured by Irwin
Seating Company and they can be reached in Canada at
(905)820-6577. There you can reach Rosemary Pefhany who will refer you to
a local dealer.
Looking toward the bar, you can see the projector on the left at the
top of the picture. This is the original Runco IDP-800 projector that was
replaced by the 900.
Here the screen has been retracted and you can see the cabinet doors
left and right of center. The left held equipment that sent audio to
other rooms in the house. The right one held the room amplifiers and
equalizer. In the middle are a few movie collectibles.
This is the left side of the front cabinet with the rear access door
open. Directly behind it you can see my laser disc storage area.
This stack of equipment includes the six NAD THX amplifiers and a RANE
This rack has the house audio system which distributed sound to rooms
around the house. It included two Philips Tuners, a JVC S-VHS Recorder
for audio, two Pioneer 100 CD players and had a control for an NSM 100 CD
This was the entrance to the theater. We updated the marquee with the
names of laser discs we were expecting to arrive. The black lacquer and brass
door is on the left.
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