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 on: Today at 12:40:16 am 
Started by TheAstronaut - Last post by Chaz
http://backyardtheater.com/forums/index.php/topic,8406.0.html

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 on: Today at 12:34:27 am 
Started by tronn4 - Last post by tronn4
right away OA!  Grin
the trickiest of all these "to do's" would be the underground pipe(s) with power, video cables, and audio cables. i have to plan ahead a bit and think of what i could possible use in the future that i dont use now.


ive looked at my tarp (also from billboard tarps) and i do notice some "hard" creases. havent unrolled it yet but i'll try to get the best area for the screen.  meant to finally replace that torn patio cover today then unroll and cut my tarp but the water heater decided today was the best day to spring a leak!
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i wonder how difficult it would be for me to first do the glueing of the seam and then have it sewn by some industrial strength sewing machines... some AMERICAN MADE (in temecula) sewing machines! Cheesy

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 on: Today at 12:15:16 am 
Started by tronn4 - Last post by ranman101
I was having a problem with a hot spot on seam. Turned frame around and tried it out, no hot spot, but part of my seam is not glued down 100% . I'm gonna glue and move tension bar to other side. I'm not 100% happy with the tarp from billboardtarps.com. They are easy to cut, but seams are not well done and there are tiny holes here and there. They don't affect the image, but makes me wonder how long it will hold up.

I'm running a test tomorrow with a scrap. Gonna paint a Behr silver screen paint on it and see how it reacts to everything.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:31:42 pm 
Started by Blacks Devil Dogs - Last post by Sparge
I haven't used Bluetooth for audio myself.  So, I'm a bit out of my element.  However, my understanding is that although a Bluetooth transmitter can "pair" with multiple devices it can only actively be streaming audio to a single device at a time.  That appears to be a limitation of the Bluetooth audio specification.  In other words, multiple headphones would require multiple transmitters -or- theoretically a single device containing multiple transmitters.  Then you would need to pair each Bluetooth headphone with its own unique transmitter.

It might be easier to use standard RF headphones.  One RF transmitter could support as many RF headphones as you could gather around it.

-Sparge-

 15 
 on: Yesterday at 10:11:30 pm 
Started by Blacks Devil Dogs - Last post by Blacks Devil Dogs
I need some advice on a decent Bluetooth transmitter that will broadcast on multiple headsets at the same time. Not wanting to spend over $ 100.00.  I have found some that broadcast on a single headset but haven't found one that will  broadcast on multiple (4)headsets at the same time .  Thank you

 16 
 on: Yesterday at 03:12:35 pm 
Started by tronn4 - Last post by Oldalgebra
Hurry and get all that done, cuz I have a list that I want you to start working on as soon as you're free.

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 on: Yesterday at 02:38:12 pm 
Started by tronn4 - Last post by tronn4
me too. i've bought a new receiver a month back but havent updated this thread. i'll update tonight.

the current hooks i have that are holding the entire frame structure are these kind frosty:


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 on: Yesterday at 11:50:47 am 
Started by tronn4 - Last post by bdwalker1
Tronn, That sounds like a lot of work, but also fun.  I love BYT upgrade projects.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:40:39 am 
Started by tronn4 - Last post by tronn4
sat down this morning and had to write out a list of to do things for my theater.

today: replace patio cover (have on hand)

frame upgrades:
1. new frame hooks (x2). will be adding more weight to the frame and need some beefier hooks.
2. add leg extensions to frame at the left, center, and right. this is to further add more support to the frame. new "T" pipe section in the bottom center of frame needed.
3. look into possibly making some "HyltoPlex" style frame extensions from the frame to the wall.
5. measure and cut billboard tarp (new screen). 16'2"x9'2". will fold over edges 1" and glue together leaving a 1" edge for tarp clamps
6. dig "tech" trench. add power, speaker cables, sub, hdmi, component underground from frame area to tree. flexible tubes along tree.
7. add "house lights" to tree with switch.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:34:29 am 
Started by TheAstronaut - Last post by TheAstronaut
I guess I should have prefaced my post by saying I tried a few searches though I didn't try the "topic only" option in advanced search.

A lot of the mosquito threads I read through seem to trail off with a line similar to, "I'm going to try [X Product] out this weekend and will report back with my results," but the thread never gets updated with a result.

What I'm hoping to do with this thread is to create a mega-thread of various options that are available for mosquito control, maybe with approximate prices of each option (if forum rules allow), and links to relevant threads about each option. I'll update the initial post for this thread to include links that other posters provide about various solutions.

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