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DP70s in Wyoming (WY)

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Written by: Thomas Hauerslev Date: 04.07.2009

 

Wyoming WY

Casper America Theatre (P)
  One DP70 (2421) and base #1084. Machine came from Mann Theatres warehouse LA. Theatre opened 1920. DP70 Installed October 1989 for "Lawrence of Arabia".  Played the 70mm blow-ups from 1989 until there were no more. Played "Titanic" in DTS-70mm May 1998. 5 bi-amplified screen channels, JBL speakers, all QSC amplifiers, currently equipped with DTS, SDDS 8 channel, plus DTS-ES extended surround.  Subwoofers are two of the Cerwin Vega monsters for Sennsurround.
Casper Bijou, Inc
Aaron Sisemore/Cinema West Theatres
Five DP70 (2172 [6433], 2173 [6434], 2356 [6602], 2361 [6606]) and Plate removed (Base 59-161) from Aaron Sisemore in April 2004
Casper Fox Triplex Theatres #1 (P)
 

One DP70. Projector plate number removed, base 6499, came from Cinevision screening room, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.  QSC amps, 3 Electro Voice stage speakers. Theatres #1 and #2 played "Titanic" in DTS-70mm in July 1998. Complex has one each DTS, SDDS and Dolby Digital.  Processors are rotated among all three screens. Theatre opened May 1998.

Casper Fox Triplex Theatres #2 (P)
  One DP70. Projector plate number removed, base 6410, came from Cinevision screening room.  QSC amps, 3 bi-amped EAW 3-way speakers, two smaller Sennsurround subwoofers. 
Casper Fox Triplex Theatres #3 (P)
  One DP70 (2420), base 1086, same sound as #1).
Casper Iris Stadium #1
  One DP70 (2228) with base 6636. SDDS 8 track, DTS, DTS 70mm, DTS-ES, 6 track mag with SR. Set for 70mm. Theatre opened May 25, 2001. Jaxlight conversion in each optical soundhead, along with new light pipes and the new Todd-AO narrow slit mask. Optical sound is very impressive, but rarely used. Theatres 1-4 are biamplified.  Theatre one has five stage channels. Only house one is set up for mag.  Any of the DTS houses can play DTS-70, as we have 70mm platter conversion kits and a DTS-70 reader.  However, only house one has a lensfor 70mm.  The bottom masking in house one lowers for 70mm product, image width is the same as 35mm scope.
Casper Iris Stadium #2
  One DP70 (2491) with base 59-216. SDDS 6 track, DTS 
Casper Iris Stadium #3
  One DP70 (2179) with base 6397. Dolby Digital DA-20 with Cat 700 reader
Casper Iris Stadium #4
  One DP70 (2145) with base 6431. DTS
Casper Iris Stadium #5
  One DP70 (2460) with base 6637. SDDS 6-track
Casper Iris Stadium #6
  One DP70 (2227) with base 6652. DTS
Casper Iris Stadium #7
  One DP70 (1944) with base 59-xxx (numbers defaced). Dolby Digital DA-20 with Cat 700 reader
Casper Iris Stadium #8
  One DP70 (2459) with base 6432. Dolby Digital DA-20 with Cat 700 reader
Casper Rialto Theatre (P)
  One DP70 (2396) and base #6621 installed October 1998.  Projector came from Cedar Falls, Iowa. Has only played 35mm. 3 bi-amplified screen channels, JBL speakers, all QSC amplifiers, currently equipped with DTS, SDDS 6 channel. One Senssurround subwoofer.  (Theatre opened 1922)
Cheyenne Lincoln Theatre
 

One DP70 (2410) base 6622 came from Cedar Falls, Iowa, installed October 1998 (downstairs auditorium).  Has only played 35mm.  3 bi-amplified screen channels Electro Voice speakers, all QSC amplifiers, equipped with SDDS 6 channel.  Two Sennsurround subwoofers.  (Theatre opened 1926, balcony theatre added February 1999.)

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