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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« on: Fri May 02, 2014, 10:25:47 AM »
This Atmos room uses the incredibly sweet and transparent sounding Quested system, which we proof-of-concepted  in our system Albiorix (now behind the Iron Curtain 2.0) as the best possible atmos solution by a factor of 10. This moon takes our massive R&D during the last 7 years involving over 5 million dollars of customer and internal resources in perfecting theDCI  home cinema and attempts to bring it at a fraction of the cost...

[...Moons for the people: Turn key cinemas: Saturn moon named, Laser based IMAX KILLERS: Jupiter moon named, significant use of moon derivative technologies in retrofit (ie partial system implementation like atmos/quested only) : gets Neptune Moon name!]

Aegir's client a high tech executive at the most respected aerospace co: he builds Q rank tech, say no more. We are friends since cedia 2005 and he had been following our efforts, scrutinizing our cedia demos etc.I think he will agree that it has become self evident we are intuitively in-synch in the  latest concept thinking and thus is not making the mistakes 90% of you guys in this forum have made in your collective theater's visuals architecture. Don;t get me wrong Helene and Phoebe had cinemascope screens and in my lab the screen was up high but this solution is so organic when you see it and works so well that that is why I am making the point.

This system is designed for envelopment and maximum MTF resolvability in HFR-4K-3D either DCI or hdmi. It has a supersqueezed Barco B-32 powered 3-phase from a single phase source , there are 4 light doubling systems on the market, only one works in this short throw,and don't tell me you are not into 3D anymore (stop reading my threads then) because when you see the Hobbit HFR 3D done right or 4k 3D you will wish you had read my threads :D, the screen is as big as possible as close to wall to wall and floor to ceiling (point made above )


More to come....;)

Linkback: http://dci-forum.com/hi-end-cinema-home/11/aegir-1st-audiophile-atmos-dci-room/80/
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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #1 on: Fri May 02, 2014, 12:20:19 PM »
Mytholgy and the saturn moon name selection. In the past I had selected the name of the moon to harmonize with the iconic number of the sports figure client etc. Telesto for NFL Jersey 13, Hyperion for CART car 17, Kiiviuk for NBA Jersey 23. There is a blurb bellow explaining who Aegir was, quite frankly none of it fits with the project (unless I am to be sacrificed at some point :p:p), I picked the name because it has aerospace written all over it. It could be a future launch vehicle not unlike the fruit of my client's toils.

Aegir is the god of the sea in Norse mythology. He was both worshipped and feared by sailors, for they believed that Aegir would occasionally appear on the surface to take ships, men and cargo alike, with him to his hall at the bottom of the ocean. Sacrifices were made to appease him, particularly prisoners before setting sail.
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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #2 on: Mon May 26, 2014, 02:35:26 AM »
Here we have the latest Speaker and Amplifier setup that shall deliver Atmos from the CP-850 at it's maximum possible clarity and impact.

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #3 on: Thu June 12, 2014, 01:13:27 PM »
Holly Crap the ARS system proposal came in very very high. We might need to look at an alternative, this is more than the projector fully tweaked. That's a red flag.

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #4 on: Sat June 14, 2014, 05:50:04 PM »
So we got a comparative analysis from a company that does no interior design millwork but that perhaps may yield better performance on a plain track look room.

They did a lot of work they normally charge for plenty due to the atmos exposure... the documents are in reverse order...

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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #6 on: Sat June 14, 2014, 05:56:56 PM »
I had to explain the atmos surrounds and ceilings (16 speakers) are flush mounted. I convinced the owner to use independent framing around the speakers with a neutral color offering subdued 2 tone markings that there are really that many speakers in the room.

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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #8 on: Tue June 17, 2014, 04:32:35 AM »
It really is evident in moments like this in the cinema design that without a competent BIM architect you cannot undertake such endeavor.

The client selected the seating layout with a front sofa but we are pending the autocads for the rear incliners so we have collisions with what the pdf of said chairs says (we have the old style chairs from Cineak and not Cinematech on the back row but show the family sofa correctly), we accommodated the rack and laid out the doorways. Which reminds me to discuss acoustical doors with client. However In latest conversation with custom 4 way mask screen builder due to seismic req. he said he needs a door to insert the screen into the cinema, so now I have to go back to him and see if he needs a full height or just the length, because if so our rack closet doors would suffice. 2 sconces have been drawn (client owns 8) of which the left one immediately appear to collide with the swinging action mega-screen.It will be interesting to sort out the rest of the sconces as we have to solidify the surround speakers as we may use less speakers (24-28 channels instead of 30) due to Roger Quested's new secret Weaponized Atmos Surround on steroids design :cool:  and so it goes but here are some sexy Atmos layout 3D's. 15 years from now remember where you first saw them!;)
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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #9 on: Wed June 18, 2014, 01:30:16 PM »
I LEAKED Quested's next plateau for 140+ decibel all around Atmos, here is a draft without the amps. The Game is afoot.

You are literally seeing the first droplets of the impending Home Atmos Douwnpour, before you get your feet wet remember where it came from. And how generous we have been showing you the right path....

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #10 on: Wed June 18, 2014, 03:00:38 PM »
We Got screens, since the large format fixed lens did not fall in our actual throw distance range we have decided to forego tru 8k resolution fixed lens for custom museum grade ground optics no bonded elements Superkontrast zoom lens from obscure but SOTA optics company that just gulped AMF optics.

This has paved the way for the exploration of maximum screen size. With the thought that 4 way frames are thicker than 2 ways we are starting we 2 wy designs, between you and I I want 4 way if it don't cost 4 inches in diagonal, I shiver with anticipation.

Good news that the rack closet doors now permit getting the screen into the room. Great design just flows sometimes, after months of pounding the pavement with your forehead. that is.

But I digress, voila:

The Flat dimension is 14 1/2 feet wide [ Nothing to write home about id rather go 2.0 and crop all the times but why go hillbilly? 4 way it must]

These are our new seismic rated wall to ceiling mega-screens on a Hinge.

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #11 on: Wed June 18, 2014, 03:07:02 PM »
Now the cinemascope screen is certainly respectable 18.8 it actually gives me enough slack to predict this is going to be a native 2.0 4 way, watch.... Im glad because that is what's in the3 budget.

Of course to save 50 grand on acoustics we are increasing side walls to 2 inches from 1. My Bim man is going to kill me tonight.

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« Reply #12 on: Fri June 20, 2014, 01:01:49 AM »
nice

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #13 on: Fri June 20, 2014, 09:16:00 PM »
TAKER!!! You broke the curse of silence in my corner!

Thank you very much; we look forward to you contributing to this thread with actual job in progress pics .:D This latest design from Roger gives you 135 db over surround channels lt10s and 125db over the new little bi-amped AMT lti8as,  Adss a little bit but not much to the existing budget.

The combined output is going to be a clean unrestrained easy on the ears 143db.

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #14 on: Fri June 27, 2014, 01:03:35 PM »
So I ordered fabrics for the Quest AI acoustics company, expecting 4 inch swatches and they sent a bunch of rolls next day. These guys are getting on my good side. Cinematech would have asked for a credit card.

And look at the sizes of the swatches that's a 4k 65 for reference.

With the exception of the ugly brown and the grey and the bright red I like the texture and colors of the lot.

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #15 on: Thu August 28, 2014, 08:21:16 PM »
Achieving perfection on a budget is a PITA.

We have a hushbox in which we need to add this special short throw <35 feet 33% light efficient polarizer/light doubler, but as you know we are sticklers with lens optics and the barco 4k lens on short throw is sooo heavy that it wobbles with the projector's own vibration, so its' not 4k, nor 3k it's 1 k if left vibrating. This has been my central preoccupation for the least 48 hours...Aegir: 1st Audiophile Atmos DCI Room

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #16 on: Thu August 28, 2014, 09:52:14 PM »
Here is the sketch of the lighting zones for the grafik eye. Note these information sketches for the shop drawings.

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And here is the idea of the seating with a sofa in front...
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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #17 on: Thu August 28, 2014, 10:09:45 PM »
While Aegir is the first Audiophile DCI AURO-Atmos Room, just last week Jeff the Bland fired up his theater using our Auro Atmos Processor with Seaton woofers and what is the maiden installation IN THE USA of the Quested LT series Loudspeakers that I have been evangelizing all along are the ideal loudspeakers for Multichannel 3D audio.

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Here are some comments from Jeff, which he was too kind to give me credit for. The Concept though has been finally proven outside of Moscow.;) This gents and ladies is a true milestone in My Career, Aegir though will be the finest performing DCI Screening Room for quite a bit during the 21st century and along with Jeff's the beginning of the end of horn based system for Motion Picture playback.


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Field Report from Jeff's calibrations yesterday. Congrats Jeff!

"Success!

I really like AURO-3D. We started working right after lunch and didn't wrap until late, late night early morning. However it was very much worth the effort. We had 6 active subwoofers in that room arranged as 2 x mono with BM. I convinced Mark Seaton to turn off the DSP correction that he usually applies to his subs and he gracefully complied. Dirac did a great job. We measured the results using a TEF measurement system that Mark had brought. We were pleased to discover that the subs were flat to 5Hz in front and flat to 10Hz in back at reference levels. You just don't get better than that!

Those Quested loudspeakers melded well with Mark's subwoofers. The dynamics and detail of the end product was truly outstanding. We listened to several samples from live concert recordings to U571 and War of the Worlds. It was all good. Did I mention that I really like AURO?? Ha, ha ...

Best Regards,
Carl Huff"
Peter,

These were your recommendations. You are a savant! I am so pleased. Worth all the effort! I know why you service the tip top! My system is truly cutting edge now. You really nailed it with the Questeds. We listened well past reference and no fatigue and incredible dynamics and dialog.

Well, Auro is the real deal. I'll have more to say later but the Quested/DATASAT combo is a winner and DTS MA 7.1 / TRUE HD 7.1 simply doesn't it anymore.

We had a very good install last night with Mark Seaton and Carl Huff working 12 hours to dial in the system.

As good as the equipment is, the before and after listening with the two calibrators is what clearly made the difference.

I am so pleased, I'm actually still in disbelief as to to the sound in the room. I can't imagine better - anywhere. What a job those two did. Marks' subwoofers are a true benchmark. Pounding tight, punch. I am disconnecting my Buttkickers and bass shakers. "

"Peter,
Thanks for your advice and recommendation on the Questeds. Super loud, but clear and non fatiguing. Incredible impact. You were absolutely right on all accounts!!

DIRAC really did a super nice job. A slow process as it requires a lot of computing power I learned. I think Carl did 6 or 9 sweeps of all 13 channels."

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Thanks to Jeff, we had been toying with this idea since November 13 calling quested from the icy rooftop of the St Pete Tower in Moscow and what hard work since then, to see these incredible end results is truly satisfying.


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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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More Quested Pictures from Albiorix
« Reply #18 on: Thu August 28, 2014, 10:30:42 PM »
ALBIORIX:
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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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More Quested Pictures from Jeff's
« Reply #19 on: Thu August 28, 2014, 10:39:49 PM »
Jeff's LT-10 with AMT driver for Far field behind the screen positions, and LT-8 for mid field surrounds, the LT24 is the long horizontal used for height channels on a 45 degree.

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For Aegir the top lt-8's will be weaponized with a new smaller wide dispersion AMT, and fed 2 way instead of 1. there will be 10 of these 3 per room side surrounds, 2 in ceiling Atmos/Auro and 2 on back wall surround.

In addition the Lt-10's (bottom) will be modified for time alignment of the drivers centered as the main lcr's. one way still.

a pair of the lt-24's will be on the projector fascia as the rear height Atmos channel. Exactly as Jeff used above back. there will be 4 (2 horizontal-2 vertically oriented) of a similar speaker than the Lt-10 output-wise  but with a more comfortable form factor like the lt-24: The Lt-28.


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These will be deployed as ATMOS AURO height channels behind the screen (or if structurally possible attached to the upper frame of the screen masked.

And they will also be used for ATMOS behind the screen on corners tilted in, in lieu of the just in front of the screen Atmos width channels that are toed in in 45 degrees in atmos cinemas (just in front of screen in cinemas, just behind the screen Aegir).
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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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Finally construction begins, Aegir should be Installed in11 months....
« Reply #20 on: Tue September 02, 2014, 10:44:37 AM »
Look at that view. Maybe we should add a remote camera on roof to see the boats on the big screen...

 :)

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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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revised quested layout-lets count them channels....
« Reply #21 on: Tue September 02, 2014, 07:25:30 PM »
This is the back of napkin drawing....

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3 lt-10's modified for centered driver alignment (they say it wont make difference)
5 lt-2-8's (widths in atmos), 3 heights (2 for atmos 3 for auro)
10 LT-8 2 way with AMT (3 per side surround, 2 back surrounds and 2 ceiling atmos/auro VOG.
6 18 inch "volt "high power subs. left and right , 3 for lfe, and 1 for rear time delayed adjusted.
2 lt-24 mounted on front of projection box for atmos height rears.

Quested amps:
4 x 9502- behind the screen channels
6x 3004- surround and in room height channels
1x 28004 4 subwoofer channels

total channels: 32 Holly Guacamole...
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« Reply #22 on: Tue September 02, 2014, 07:28:03 PM »


Jeff is going to have an HT meet in autumn after CEDIA and guess who's going to be there?

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Roger Quested himself, he reminds me of winston churchil a bit.:D
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First Glimpse of Cinema
« Reply #23 on: Sun October 12, 2014, 06:46:27 AM »
first glimpse of cinema

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« Reply #24 on: Mon December 08, 2014, 10:40:15 PM »
During Cedia we met with Brett Crocket Atmos Capo who gave green light to a minimal frame bottom up masking fom 2.0ar all the way to Ben Hur-UltraCinemascope (The biggest screen possible to fit the room).

He explained that both the forward height ceiling channel pair AND the first Or only front sidewall Width channel would work perfectly behind such a wall to ceiling mega-screen.

WE ARE AWAITING SKETCH FROM SCREEN MAKER (ex SMX engineering/production /and installation engineer who quit smx 3 months it went under.
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« Reply #25 on: Tue December 09, 2014, 12:45:48 AM »
One thing that the Atmos engineers stressed would be better for height channels instead of horizontal D'appolitos array (Sidemounted MTM) designs is the preference of coaxial drivers speakers, I presented Roger Quested with this dilemma yesterday and suggested this type or array, to be produced with a 12 inch woofer and a large AMT. He did comment that this East German speaker when playing very loud the dustcap hits the mid hi assembly, but he agreed to do the concentric AMT for Europa, which we might as well implement herein for the 5 mains (lcr and widths).The LT-112?CC?

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So never before seen Atmos Screen, Never before seen Atmos Main Far field monitors, and the list shall continue.... 8) 8)
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« Reply #26 on: Tue December 30, 2014, 05:43:53 PM »
revisions, side front speakers removed, extra pair in ceiling lined up with surrounds.

before/after (platform slid forward to accommodate stretched hushbox housing advanced polarizers.

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« Reply #27 on: Tue December 30, 2014, 05:44:24 PM »
before here

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

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« Reply #28 on: Wed January 21, 2015, 11:46:37 AM »
We need to calculate the electrical load for the Quested amps. First we will determine which speaks go where.

5 front BEHIND THE SCREEN (including widths as per meeting with Dolby) Z16's (not equidistantly spaced but according to formula given to us by senior Atmos Lab Rats under the direction of Brett Crockett. Each Z16 uses up an entire single  AP300-4 power amp (one channel bridged to 950) and two at 300.(5 times 3 amps power at 120 volt)

BLURB ON AP-300-4 AMP which consumes at 120 volt 3 ampere (applies also to AP-750 which needs 120 volt 3.8 amperes)
Conventional analogue level controls help deliver the cleanest sound available coupled with ultra-high standards of reliability. The AP Series’ proprietary control and protection circuitry continuously checks for fault conditions including shorted outputs, DC on outputs, excessive temperature, and component failure. If such an event occurs the outputs are disconnected, saving expensive driver repair bills.

Sophisticated 'side chain' limiters prevent distortion and speaker damage but are out-of-circuit until the onset of clipping. The control circuitry provides full protection against inrush current limiting with delayed 'turn on'. Low noise vari-speed fans are utilized to minimize mechanical noise, making the AP Series an ideal choice for live theatre. lt series and z series crossover cards available.

2 z8 as heights BEHIND THE SCREEN also according to clearance from above named technical brass. (1 times 3 amps power at 120 volt)

6 Zeilings single channel coaxial uses 1.5 of AP-300-4. (2 times 3 amps power at 120 volt)

10 z8 surround speakers x times AP-300-5 is 10 speakers.  (5 times 3 amps power at 120 volt) TOTAL 39 amps at 120 volt on ap-300-4

front subs  One ap-2800. 14 amps at 120 volts

rear subs Two bridged ap-750. 3.8 amps each total 7.6

TOTAL power circuits 60.6 ampere

HEADLINES:

as I wrote this I heard from MC2 audio the oem manufacturers engineer:

Hi Peter,

I have made some enquiries , The amplifier performance would be improved slightly buy using a higher input voltage (220/240v) due to the lower currents involved and better VA rating. I hope this helps answer the question for you.

So I shall power at 240 volts 60 hz then which halves the amperage. 33 amps 220 volt USA



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« Reply #29 on: Thu January 22, 2015, 12:13:28 PM »
To have enough juice just in case...
We will calculate loads with an expanded lt version of the system:

5 lt-10's modified for centered driver alignment (they say it wont make difference) including LR heights Atmos/auro/dtsx BEHIND SCREEN-as per ATMOS PREMIER concept
3 lt-2-8's (2widths in atmos), 1 center height (1 for auro dtsx)-BEHIND SCREEN as per ATMOS PREMIER concept

10 LT-8 passive (3 per side surround, 4 back surrounds)
9 zeiling (ceiling 8-atmos 1 dtsx/auro VOG)

6 18 inch QSC-118 high power subs. left and right , 4 for lfe,
2 zub's for underplatform (2 rear sub zones)



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« Reply #30 on: Thu January 22, 2015, 12:53:25 PM »
SAY 40 AMPS OF BALANCED POWER, Going to talk to equitech now.....

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« Reply #31 on: Fri January 23, 2015, 12:11:56 AM »
corrections

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HERE IS THE PREWIRING GUIDE FOR AEGIR 1500 FEET OF 4 CONDUCTOR 12
« Reply #32 on: Thu January 29, 2015, 03:35:22 PM »
STRAIGHTWIRE 12-4 PLENUM

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« Reply #33 on: Sun February 01, 2015, 11:44:55 AM »
Updated to reflect 2 x 12-4 cables per z16, woofers appear bi-wired.

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« Reply #34 on: Sun February 01, 2015, 01:52:21 PM »
Peter, are those Z16s available in a vertically squashed form, with the bass drivers moved out and the mid/tweet down somewhat? I recall Quested did this for some LT20s you showed either here or on AVS (I can look for the link when I have a moment if needed).