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Old 10-09-2007   #7
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Here's something special I hope everyone will enjoy - my new design and the new cutting edge in picture and sound: The Kipnis Studio Standard Screening Experience:
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I want to watch Star Wars in there!!
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WOW!

Even I couldn't convince the wife to let me do that in the living room!
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For people that don't know - 4k projector isn't a home theater projector for all but a HANDFUL of people in the world. The light output is INSANE and can light up a truly huge screen with resolutions that make 1080p look silly.

I have seen this projector on the Sony lot comparing DVD resolution to Blu-ray and you NEVER want to watch a DVD again. I also saw "click" on that system which was shot native to digital cinema. It looks better than a football game in 1080i or 720p in native HD. Its SO bright and crisp you can't belive you are watching video. NOTHING in consumer video can compete with 4k.
This is beyond belief. And, they use my favorite amplifiers, McIntosh!! And would this be a great experience for me to finally here tubes. There should be a tour scheduled to there, and we all at avrev.com should go an experience this. This must be the 11th wonder of the world!!
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This is the Center Channel Array - composed of (3) Snell LCR 2800, (2) Snell Sub 1800, and (2) Murata Super Tweeters - powered currently by (10) McIntosh MC-2102 Vacuum Tube Amplifiers (Bridged - Balanced Mode), and (2) Mark Levinson No. 33H.

Of the hundreds of times I have seen Star Wars, even the great 70mm 6-track Magnetic roadshows of the late 70's and early 80's, I have never experienced being in the that universe the way that it looks, sounds, and FEELs inside The Kipnis Studio Standard.

A recent demonstration reduced a 45 year old adult to tears, saying "I'm 15 again! I feel 15, again!!!"

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Here is the Left Channel Array - (2) Snell Sub-1800, (1) Snell THX Music & Cinema Reference Tower, (1) Murata Super Tweeter.

Each of the 8.8 channels is amplified in six separate frequency ranges (in descending order of frequency):

Coloratura (20,000 - 102,500 Hz)
Soprano (15,000 - 25,0000 Hz)
Alto (8,000 - 18,500 Hz)
Tenor (250 - 12,000 Hz)
Baritone(62.5 Hz - 440 Hz)
Bass (DC - 80 Hz)

Distortion has been reduced to an absolute minimum!

It's like being there, and frequently - better than!!!

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Did somebody say, "Star Wars"?

This was taken last year before I redid the lighting and acoustic treatments for the room.

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Dude!
I want to watch Star Wars in there!!
Here's another familiar view!

I would be delighted to offer anyone who is seriously interested a complete hand tailored demonstration featuring your favorite film, television, photography, games, internet, music . . . you name The Source.

By Appointment Only, Please.

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This is beyond belief. And, they use my favorite amplifiers, McIntosh!! And would this be a great experience for me to finally here tubes. There should be a tour scheduled to there, and we all at avrev.com should go an experience this. This must be the 11th wonder of the world!!
As was recently noted by a good marketing friend of mine:

"It's a 12!"


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Exclamation The Sony SRX-R110 in action inside The Kipnis Studios

For those not familiar, below is Sony's Flagship Projector which features 8.89 megapixels, over four times that of 1080P.

It has 10,000 ANSI Lumens, Ultra-Wide DCM Color Space, 240 Hz internal refresh (in the processors), and can make HD sources look better than just about anything else under the sun.

Watch for it at a theater near you, soon.


Or see it right now, in The Kipnis Studio Standard!


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