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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by i0Nic, Nov 15, 2006.
Here you go:
How things used to be. Just running plain old stereo now with what were the rear speakers, my DM303s.
Not like that any more, most of that gear's in the studio. The front speakers are now rear speakers...
Ok I'll Play
I thought we had a thread before about this but....oh well.
And where all my media is served up from....
That is so cool. How did you hook the mini up to your TV?
Let the wiener measuring begin.
Most HD TV's have at least one DVI, VGA (or HDMI) port, and, if not, there are adapters for S-video or even, God forbid, composite video.
Well, we did have that "Post Your Penis Next To a Yardstick" thread, but it was deleted for some reason, so we're stuck with this sort of stuff.
hahaha.. "yardstick".. yeah.. try kindergarten ruler that only measures 6 inches..
Atleast set the Mini up to output a widescreen resolution.
I am tempted to post pictures of my setup again, but I fear giving some people an inferiority complex.
If I post mine you'll all get jealous and hate me lol.
How about I just post specs instead?
Dedicated theater room with oak double doors.
Yamaha 2700 7.1 AV receiver
Sony Ruby 1080P projector
Upconverting yamaha DVD player
I am currently camera-less, so these are the only old, small, crappy pictures of my setup. I'm just using an unfinished room in the basement with a projector and surround sound. The screen is 8 feet wide.
OK, here's mine... posted it before, but not all in one place. Bear in mind that much of this equipment is SIX years old... it was state-of-the-art when bought and still kicks ass.
Runco PL-50c 50" plasma TV
M&K 750THX 6.1 speakers (6 speakers + subwoofer)
Sony 400 DVD changer + Sony LocationFree TV base station
B&K AVR-307 AV receiver
Sony DVP-S9000ES reference DVD player
Runco controller box (recently replaced with a Zektor HDS 4.1 component switching box)
Scientific Atlanta Explorer 8300HD HD DVR cable box
Mitsubishi S-video VCR (kept only for emergencies... I have no VHS tapes)
Monster power controller
Panja Viewpoint remote control system
wow I wouldn't look for a house like yours to be in North Carolina.
so i want to know your secret of how you keep your bass up and not knocking over all your Chihulys
i assume u didn't install this all yourself.. you had a professional do it...right... cause i could never be able to assembe all of those wires
Well, the tall Chihuly is glued down, as are the Blomdahls on stands and the Littleton. The other works are pretty stable... but I don't crank up my bass too high to begin with. Living in a condo means you have to respect your neighbors and you can't make their ceilings vibrate too much.
The wiring was installed professionally, as was the rack for the AV equipment. All the rest of that is me.
ahh the power of glue...
good job with the rest... i would have done it all professionally cause me and tools don't mix
20" Viewsonic VX2025wm Widscreen LCD
20" Insignia HDTV LCD (Cheapo but its good!)
KRK Rokit-RP8 Reference Speakers
Logitech X-530 Speakers
JBL Eon10 G2 Monitoring Speaker
Playstation 2 slim
Mac Mini 1.42ghz G4
Powerbook 1.5ghz G4
Three Technics 1200 MK2 Turntables
Pioneer DJM500 Mixer
and an ugly floor!
Nice setup, but it's not exactly a home theatre is it...
ClayJ will you adopt me please? I know i'm 34 and married but still.....you have such purdy things
I would post pics of the surround sound set up in my studio, but I cba
There are pictures in my Picasaweb (see below)...
In fact, there's no chance at all (just to prevent you from pulling a Lloyd from Dumb and Dumber on me...).
Here is my contribution to this thread:
Stuff of note:
Media Center PC
5.1 Dolby Surround
Comcast HD Box
Back to the Future Poster
Ancient standing Philco AM Radio
I suppose... *shrug*