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Testimonials and Case Studies : Sletten Family

Sletten Family

 
Rating: Sletten Family: "Working with Visual Apex was a true pleasure."
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Projector: Epson Home-Cinema-6500-UB Projector
Case Study:

You can see the Epson Home Cinema 6500 UB projector hanging from the Peerless mount above the seating area. The projector is connected to power through a miniature surge protector. The video signal gets to the Epson via a 25' HDMI cable. The projector, mount, cable and surge protector all came from Visual Apex. (Note the exercise equipment in the background -- that's our home gym which is "invisible" during movie screenings).

The 80" X 45" Elite screen hangs from the wall surrounded by the Left, Right and Center channel Phase Tech in-wall speakers. The Phase Tech subwoofer sits next to the electronics room door to the left of the screen. The projector sits directly above the first row of seating, both of which are ten feet from the screen. I programmed a Universal Remote model RF 20 (sitting on the half-wall in the foreground) paired to a Power Blaster repeater in the electronics room to control entire system.

In the photos you can see the ceiling-mounted Left and Right surround speakers as well as the rear surrounds in the beam casing behind the seating area. By installing the beam casing on a 45 degree angle instead of vertical, the rear surrounds are much more easily aimed at the listening area. The Left and Right surround speaker housings are oversized allowing a 15 degree tilt toward the seating area for the speakers.

The heart of the AV system is the Onkyo TX-SR876 receiver and the Samsung BD-P2500 Blu-Ray disc player. Both the Onkyo and the Samsung are highly-rated components in the mid-priced bracket (much like the Epson projector). The Onkyo puts out an honest 140 watts per channel, and the Samsung's picture quality for both DVD and Blu-Ray is fantastic. Note the Power Blaster IR remote repeater sitting on the top shelf. It transmits a powerful enough IR signal to bounce off the opposite wall and back to the components on the lower shelf.

Testimonial:

Working with Visual Apex was a true pleasure. I received great advice from the sales staff on the right model projector for our theater, along with no-charge installation tips. We have watched both DVD and Blu-Ray discs. The Epson projector works exactly as advertised -- we couldn't more thrilled! Thanks Visual Apex!