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« on: February 27, 2008, 11:23:49 pm »

I have been meaning to post my setup but I have been swamped with my real job and this Crazy Hobby/side-business.  So instead of posting it in one sitting I will just do it in parts. 

To start off let me set this up.

I technically don't have backyard theater since I orginally did not have much of a yard.  I now have a little yard but I have even less time to put a system.  I am too busy taking theaters to other people's yard.

All this equipment has been purchased over the past 4 years.  Mostly new, some ebay, some just being at the right place at the right time

As for screens I have:
96" pull down screen (personal home use)
7x10ft Vision Experience Screen
7x10ft Fast Fold Deluxe with Curtain Kit
9x12ft da-lite fast fold (dual vision screen)
16x9ft Airups Screen
20x15ft Vision Experience Screen

For sound I am currently using:
Beringer pmp1280s (1200Watts) powered amp
JBL JRX 115

I also use:
Alesis 8 channel
Yamaha 12 channel
DB Tecnologies Opera Series 15" powered speaker

Projection:
Eiki lc-x1100 (4100 lumens)
(2) Proxima (3000 Lumnes)
Cinego built-in dvd, speakers and w/sub   (1000 lumens-personal home use)

Video Source:
sony dvd/vcr combo
Toshiba Portable DVD player
Samsung dvd recorder
Viewsat (FTA-for local channels)
Toshiba Laptop
Videonics MX-4

Misc.
Furman power conditioner
Monster Power conditioner
5x8 Trailer to carry it all
6k Quiet Generator (china built)
SKB rack (mixer/wireless mic)
Custom built av box (Pictures attached)


Here is a link to my 15x20 and the 7x10. 
http://picasaweb.google.com/fatscreens/FatScreens/photo#4996864403891027986
Once you get there you can look around and see all my public albums.

Here is a review on my Airups:
http://backyardtheater.com/forums/index.php?topic=2823.msg23732;topicseen#new






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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2008, 09:48:47 pm »

Equipment Cart in Use


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« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2008, 06:21:52 pm »

This is going to take me a while because I don't always set up everything.  Tomorrow I will be using the CB with a full sound system.  SO I will be able to post pis of my sub


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« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2008, 09:16:45 pm »

Wow, that EuroPower looks a lot like my Yamaha EMX88S powered mixer that I love!  What's in the rack above the mixer?  Looks to be some kind of wireless setup?

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« Reply #4 on: April 05, 2008, 02:39:36 pm »

I missed this post somehow.

Wow, that EuroPower looks a lot like my Yamaha EMX88S powered mixer that I love!  What's in the rack above the mixer?  Looks to be some kind of wireless setup?

-Sparge-

Yes they do look very much a like but they have different specs.

Since I had that  1 space available I put my wireless audio technica mic.  I bought the sennhiser antenna extender and brought the antennas to the front with a little drilling.

Back to the mixer...I really like the mixer/amp combo my only complaint is design flaw.  Berringer made this rack mount but they made the mixer sit 3 inches forward so it really does not fit in many boxes.  I ended use a SKG that has some flex
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