Post your hifi

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Killyp, Jun 20, 2006.

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    Killyp

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    Those of you who are like me and like to show off hifis, post pictures here!

    I'll do so after lunch, and I've taken pictures of it.

    Don't forget to say what all your gear is... :cool:
     
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    Killyp

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    nobody has a hifi?
     
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    quicksilver77

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    Canadian Hifi

    Ummm r u talking about home theater systems? I thought there was already a thread...but her is mine...more to come later. Here thats the current setup...still no clayj's
     

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    garybUK

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    My Hifi:

    Rotel RMB-1066 5 Channel Power Amplifier
    Rotel RSP-1075 Multichannel Receiver
    NAD C541i CD Player
    Denon 2900 DVD Player
    SKY+ Box
    Sony 16:9 Projector
    110" Luma Draper Screen
    Bush T10 Turntable
    B&W DM602 S3 Front Speakers + Atacama Stands
    B&W DM601 S3 Rear Speakers + Atacama Stands
    B&W LCR600 Centre Speaker
    B&W ASW650 Subwooder

    I have my Powermac plugged into the receiver to watch ripped dvd's off it.
     
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    Killyp

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    What make of speaker is that?


    @garybUK, good taste!
     
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    quicksilver77

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    Opps sorry should have listed some components I have

    Yamaha RX-V1500 Receiver
    Paradigm Monitor Fronts
    Paradigm Titans Rears
    Paradigm CC-370 Center
    Paradigm PDR-10 Sub

    Sony KFE42A10 RPLCD
    Xbox 360
    PS2
    Xbox

    Yamaha 5 Disc CD Changer
    Panasonic 5 Disc DVD Changer
    Panasonic DMR - 55E DVD Recorder

    Bell Dual Tuner HDPVR
    Prismiq Media Receiver

    I will update tonight with a more upto date picture of the room
     
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    clayj

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    Here's mine... from top to bottom:

    Sony 400 DVD changer + Sony LocationFree TV base station
    B&K AVR-307 AV receiver
    Sony DVP-S9000ES reference DVD player
    Runco controller box
    Scientific Atlanta Explorer 8300HD HD DVR cable box
    Mitsubishi S-video VCR (kept only for emergencies... I have no VHS tapes)
    Roku PhotoBridge
    Monster power controller

    And here's the TV and speakers... Runco PL-50c plasma TV and M&K 750-THX 6.1 speakers:

    [​IMG]
     

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    ravenvii

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    DAMN. That's an awesome-looking TV room you got there. Where'd you find those chairs? I love the look.
     
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    Yes, clayj, VERY nice looking room/setup. :)

    Haha, I thought this thread was about iPod Hi-Fi's. In which case, no, nobody has one cause they're too damn expensive for a speaker system that is kind of ugly anyway! :p
     
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    quicksilver77

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    I feel sad now after posting mine and seeing Clay's...time to burn my living room.

    I will take the dog out of it first though.:rolleyes:
     
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    clayj

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    The chairs are Le Corbusier... you can get them from DWR (dwr.com) or from local furniture stores (the good ones are made by Cassina of Italy). They're a classic design, almost cliché, but I love how they look.
     
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    Geez, don't let a child in that room, I see death happening in about five different ways.
     
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    [​IMG]

    My Cyrus C7 amp, which connects to my media PC and currently some AWFUL speakers :(
     
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    Killyp

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    mine

    At last I managed to get some pics of my AV/HiFi system...

    Rega Planer 3 with P3 motor upgrade
    Project PhonoBox
    Rotel RSX-1055
    DigiFusion something or other hard disk recorder...

    B&W DM7
    B&W DM303
    B&W LCR3

    Philips 17PF4310 (can't fit any bigger + tightish budget)

    We won't mention the DVD player ;)

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    At least I bought it all myself, if my parents had paid I would still be on Matsui...

    I'm thinking of selling the surround sound system and getting a B&O with the money. BeoLab 3s and a BeoSound 4. Lovelly Jubbly....
     
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    garybUK

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    Nice system!!!! Don't bother with the BeoLabs they are nice but your system will have beter sound! if you do get rid of the speakers give me a shout! :p hehehe
     
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    Killyp

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    Other BeoLabs maybe (except the top of the range ones), but the BeoLab 3s are amazing speakers! I'll have to wait until I get a sofabed though... at the moment my ears point upwards when listening which isn't much use when the speakers are in front of me.

    Not bad for a 15 year old though eh? :p
     
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    quicksilver77

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    Here are a couple more...
     

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    Killyp

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    Vinyl is definitely better than CD, but I'm not sure if wax is...
     
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    mariahlullaby

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    May I please live with you? :eek:
     
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    I'll play along.... again :p

    Video
    Samsung HL-P4663W display
    Pioneer DV-563A dvd player
    Sharp VC-H952 4 head hi-fi VCR
    Samsung SIR-TS360 HD receiver

    Audio
    Yamaha RXV2095 reciever
    Kenwood CD 206 5 disc cd player
    Sony MDS-JE520 mini disc player
    JVC TD-W245 dual cassette player
    Polk Audio RT600 towers
    Polk Audio RT/FX dipole/bipole rears
    Polk Audio CS245 center
    Definitive Technology PF15TL sub
    KLH cube speakers front effects channel

    Accessories
    Philips Pronto (LCD learning remote)
    Sony Playstation2
    XBOX360 (not pictured)
    Nintendo Gamecube
    Sega Dreamcast (modded)
    Bell'Oggetti AVS800 entertainment center
    AVT-5842 powered component video switcher
    Monster & Kimber cables all around
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    Basically some old Sony gear from 1998. All still going strong so I see no reason to replace any of it. There's a minidisc recorder there which is gathering dust, and a Pure Digital 702 ES DAB tuner which I use a fair bit. Speakers are AE Aegis Ones. Toothbrush is Braun ;)
     
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    Killyp

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    I hope it's damn well connected to a regulated power supply, otherwise you may find you are lacking in depth and weight when brushing your teeth... :p
     
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    dops7107

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    I find the frequency response most satisfying.
     
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    Killyp

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    Mine's great! It really gives a kick in the teeth when needed...

    excuse the bad joke...
     

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