This Dedicated Home Theatre in Osbee’s Entertainment Marvel features a 6,000-lumen 3D reference projector with anamorphic lens; a 180-inch curved acoustically transparent screen with motorized masking to adjust the image area to the format of the video source; and a 4,000-watt surround-sound system with twelve speakers and 4 15-inch subwoofers. LED RGB lighting in the ceiling soffits can be changed to any color at the touch of a button, and the ceiling is adorned with fiber optic stars. Custom presets adjust the motorized blackout shades and lighting when the show is about to begin. A Kinetics Noise Control system in the walls and ceilings contains sound and vibration within the theatre so as not to disturb people in other areas of the residence.
The casual Family Room at Osbee’s Art Collector’s Townhouse transforms into a home theatre with the touch of a button. The motorized draperies automatically close, the 2,000-Lumen high-contrast projector drops down from the hidden Electrokinetics ceiling lift, and the 92-inch tensioned, motorized projection screen lowers from its flush-mounted ceiling enclosure. In-wall and ceiling speakers deliver robust audio from the 5.1 surround-sound system.
The two media rooms at Osbee’s Classicist with a Twist feature projection systems, one of which stars a 130-inch screen — something unheard of in a NYC apartment. Both rooms also feature surround-sound audio, and lighting and shades presets that automatically lower the shades and dim the lights with one touch.
The Dedicated Home Theater at Osbee’s Tailored Palisades Home features a Digital Projection Insight 4K laser projector and a Stewart Filmscreens 133-inch Cinemascope screen with motorized vertical masking that automatically adjusts the screen to the aspect ratio of the content format being viewed. Enclosures behind acoustically transparent panels house the speakers in the 7.1 surround-sound system.
With seating for 12, everyone in the Theater gets the best seat in the house. The fully motorized incliners custom-upholstered in top-grain from Cineak allow the seat backs, footrests, and headrests to be adjusted to each viewer’s preferences at the touch of the keypad control inside the armrest of each seat.
The Dedicated Home Theater at Osbee’s Mod Manor has a dual design: For casual viewing and after-school cartoons, the wall-mounted 65-inch TV is perfect. On movie nights, a 104-inch motorized screen drops down from the ceiling to display the picture from the movie-theater-quality 1,200-lumen high-definition projector. The room is filled with robust sound from the 5.1 surround-sound speakers. Handheld remotes and an iPad make it all easy to control from any seat in the house.