3 of them Dimensions: 25" W x 8-5/16" H x 16" D. Response: 19 30 kHz. Nominal Imp.: 4 8 ohms. Rec. amp: 20 400 watts. Built-in sub amp: 150 watts RMS. Drivers: 10" sub, two cast-basket 6-1/2" bass/midranges 1" pure aluminum dome tweeter. Auto On/Off: Signal sensing. Finish: Piano-Gloss Black. Tri-wireablelack 3 of them
Definitive Technology BPVX/P
4 or them Dimensions: 11-3/8" W x 7-3/4" D x 22-1/8" H. Response: 23 30 kHz. Imp.: 4 8 ohms. Rec. amp: 20 400 watts. Built-in sub amp: 125 watts RMS. Drivers: Two cast-basket 6-1/2" bass/mid, two cast-basket 6-1/2" subs Two 1" pure aluminum domes. Auto On/Off: Signal sensing. Finish: Piano-Gloss Black
2 of them Dimensions:18" W x 18" D x 31-3/4" H Frequency Response: 10 Hz 200Hz Driver Complement: Two 14" long-throw SuperCube Technology subwoofers coupled to four 14" infrasonic radiators Built-in Amplifier: 2000 watts Digitally-Coupled Class D Amplifier Low Pass Crossover: 24 dB/octave continuously adjustable variable (40 150 Hz) plus Unfiltered LFE direct coupled input High Pass Crossover: 12dB/octave continuously variable (40 150hz) Speaker level: 6 dB octave (80 Hz) Finish: Piano gloss black Weight: 175 lbs.
Definitive Technology Powerfield-1800
Aura Sound AST2B-4
BLACK 9 of them
nice 8 channel amp to power aura bass shakers 2 OF THEM
I have a room similar to yours but I built and entire building for my theater. I am on my 3rd projector/scaler combo and I would highly recommend it. It is the new Meridian/Faroudja setup and is an incredible value for the money. I also think you will have a blast with the buttkickers as well. I saw somebody listed the JL Aduio Fathom 113 subs as a replacement for them which is not truly the answer. The JL subs are the best I have ever heard without a doubt and I just sold my 113's and have a pair of the JL Audio Gotham subs set to be deliverd in 3 weeks but the Buttkickers still add a real "kick in the butt" so to speak that the subs can make you feel in your stomach but dont give you that "Disneyland" magic that the buttkickers can give you.
got a nec pg9100 wont work with beam and other mounting issues. proably be listing it to sell in the near future. I do have screen already it's a draper onxy 133" acousticly transparent 16x9 with a gain of 1.0 so trying to find something bright enough to light it don't think the little sony will do it. keep the ideas and sugestions comin thanks
With a name like "the Black Pearl", I don't see any other choice besides the Sony VPL-VW50 "Pearl" projector. 3-ship SXRD, 1080p for under $5K....hard to beat that. I've got about 40 hours on mine, and I'm lovin' it!