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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by Soylent Joe, May 19, 2010.

  1. yogurt_21

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    I love the tpu priorities, 5$ desk, 10$ goodwill dresser, 5000$ rig + entertainment center setup. lol

    got a yamaha setup with the 32" oleivia TV, then a 1000w panasonic setup with the 22" aoc in the bedroom. I'll take pics when I get home.
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    I'll add a couple of pics of my "suite" in my study, where my PC is, ohhh i have a 28 inch monitor and surround system in there too but nothing as elaborate as kef's ;)
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    Samsung S6 37", crappy samsung home theater, awesome Sony separates, Creative Gigaworks S750's, VM V+ HD box, PS3, Xbox360 & keyboard and mouse is for my server.

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    As I keep telling my Wife, the electronics are all that matters....
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    grrr my Definitive Technology system is almost done, pictures soon!
    Its the Mythos line (which are beautiful)
    two Mythos ones up front, mythos gems as side surround, and mythos pro monitors in the back.
    Mythos Nine in the center and a Mirage PRX 12 600watt peak sub ::drools::
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    Samsung HL61A750
    Harmon Kardon AVR - 247
    PS3 - for blu-ray and streaming
    JBL L830 fronts and surrounds
    JBL LC2 center
    SVS PB-10 sub
    DVD collection has been ripped to my file server and is streamed to the ps3 using ps3m. Thinking about doing the same with the blu-ray collection....
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    7.1 channel 2 ways

    From this picture you can see 3 sets of subs under my desk. Ozaki 2.1's, Yamaha 2.1's and Logitech 5.1 x540. I use the Yamaha's on my desk for fronts when using my monitor. The
    Ozaki 2.1's are side speakers in both my set-ups.

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    In this pic, you can see my projector, screen and the fronts/centre for the X540's. I use the fronts as my rears when using my monitor.
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    In this pic, I am standing where my boys toy car was in the other one^^^. In the ceiling, are the rears for the X540's and the front of my projector.
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    I'd tried to fit everything in.
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    When my buddies come over I bring rig 2 down and plug it into the projector for some on-line action...:toast:
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    Got a new (used) entertainment center today. I think it looks a lot better than my old one. Pro's are that it is slimmer, looks better, and has more storage space. The con is that I can't fit my Denon receiver in any of the compartments and there's no space for the box speakers, so I'm stuck with the TV speakers for a while.

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    I think it looks pretty good -I hope you can find a way to use your receiver and speakers with your setup.

    Here's what I use now while living here in Japan:

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    A 32" flat panel is also hooked up to my computer but I don't use it much.

    The headphone bug has really got me lately. I think I'll sell off most of my speakers and get some more cans and amps to listen to with the money I get.
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    Cant really see the entire HTS, but heres mine:

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    40" Samsung 650(120Hz/1080p)
    Sony 7.1 770W surround
    Pioneer front floor speakers
    Infinity surround
    Infinity 250W 10" sub

    Actually trying to sell it at the moment for $1100 on craigslist.
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    here is my theatre

    T.V.- 58" Samsung PN58B650
    Reciver- Yamaha 5930
    console of gluttony the thing siting in front for my mouse and keyboard
    the pos cpu there in the bottom right corner of the enertainmen center is soon to be replaces with this new computer im working on here is the worklog

    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=123896


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    Klipsch and Alot of it!

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    NIN fan eh?

    Ever heard of The Lost Highway? You'll like it, produced by Trent.
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    Nice, I will check them out! Thanks
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    Here's the living room setup. 46" Vizio Gallevia, 5.1 Samsung, upconverting Samsung DVD player, HTPC.

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    Still a work in progress :p

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    Holy crap, that's a tiny projector. What kind is it?
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    LOL yea its a aaxa M1 projector, I love it!
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    Samsung UN55C6300 55inch LED TV 4 million to 1 contrast
    PS3, 360, Wii, Comcast Cable box, Ion Netop
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    I've got a question. When hooking up a PC to a receiver via the coaxial RCA (orange), can you use a single regular RCA (red, white, yellow) in place of an orange one? Or, does it have to be an actual single coax. RCA with orange on both ends?
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    i can be regular rca, techies will argue that you lose sound quality, but you would have to be an extreme audiophile or a dog to notice any difference
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    The only difference is the color of the plastic on the connector.

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