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  • Keramiskas and Seas Loki Home Theater

    Hi All - just wanted to share my (almost complete) 7.2.4 HT build, using for the mains (by Craig Salin - I see that he's active on this forum), and a for the center channel. I'm still working on putting up various room treatments, so not yet ready to show everything off Using an Epson 5040UB projector on a 125" painted wall screen (flattened wall, projection paint).

    Building the speakers was a very fun and satisfying experience, these were the first I've ever built. I used Baltic birch for the construction, and for the Keramiskas, put constrained layer damping with caulk/ceramic tiles (as per the design), making a very dead cabinet. These have an F3 of below 35 Hz which blew me away for a bookshelf, and they sound excellent. For the Loki, I went with a coaxial design so I can get good off-axis performance, and lends itself to a design that isn't too tall. I have two subwoofers (HSU ULS-15) placed at the wall mid point (front/back wall) for optimizing bass uniformity across two rows of seating, as recommended by a Harman study, so this needed a center channel that wouldn't be too tall, without making the screen too high (not enough space for an AT screen in my room).
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    Lovely, nice work. Two AVRs?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by djg View Post
      Lovely, nice work. Two AVRs?
      Thanks! Yes two, using a Denon X3600H which has 11ch processing but 9ch amplification. My old receiver is being used for the last 2 height channels.

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      • #4
        I'm happy you like the Keramiskas! It is one of my favorite designs. Those little SB15CAC woofers are really nice.

        Craig
        Craig

        I drive way too fast to worry about cholesterol.

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        • #5
          The OP did a short build thread of his Keramiskas at ASR.

          https://www.audiosciencereview.com/f...speaker.18201/

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