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MysticKiller May 20, 2005 06:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ATI FURY-OUS
my little home cinema setup in me bedroom.



TV - Philips 32PW9509
1st DVD player- Panasonic S27
2nd DVD player- Philips 720sa
Surround- Logitech Z-5500 THX®
also under the TV is a pioneer CLD 295 Laserdisc player
Remote- Kameleon 6 in 1 2nd Generation


I like your fridge :D

NissanNazi May 30, 2005 06:17 PM

Just starting out.



angry chair May 31, 2005 12:17 AM

heres mine
main system : just a 5.1 surround setup still
Mitsubishi ws55413 hd tv
samsung hd931 hd dvd player

Sunfire theater grand 3 receiver
sony cdpcx355 cd player

legacy audio signature 3 5.1 speaker system
custom sub system is a carver zrx3200 amp powers 2 18inch kicker solox 2 ohm subs, amp is pushing 1600 watts x2 at 2ohm. custum built in a 20+ cubic foot enclosure in a stair well its a huge db pusher... i only use subs during movies main speakers put out enough bass for music

my multipurpose system as i call it
for gaming, parties and what not.....
kenwood vr 6070 receiver
panasonic 1oo disk cd changer
speakers composed of mismatched components
main speakers are cerwin vega dx9
cerwin vega center
surrounds are klipsch bookshelfs
sub is from audiosource

MysticKiller Jul 1, 2005 10:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by angry chair
heres mine
main system : just a 5.1 surround setup still
Mitsubishi ws55413 hd tv
samsung hd931 hd dvd player

Sunfire theater grand 3 receiver
sony cdpcx355 cd player

legacy audio signature 3 5.1 speaker system
custom sub system is a carver zrx3200 amp powers 2 18inch kicker solox 2 ohm subs, amp is pushing 1600 watts x2 at 2ohm. custum built in a 20+ cubic foot enclosure in a stair well its a huge db pusher... i only use subs during movies main speakers put out enough bass for music

my multipurpose system as i call it
for gaming, parties and what not.....
kenwood vr 6070 receiver
panasonic 1oo disk cd changer
speakers composed of mismatched components
main speakers are cerwin vega dx9
cerwin vega center
surrounds are klipsch bookshelfs
sub is from audiosource


Got any pics? Specially of the subs :D

CaliforniaRaisin Jul 2, 2005 07:38 AM

i dont have a digicam yet so ill make do w/ what's at the sony site





my whole new home theater lol

no surround sound, no frills (except the stand)

27" FD Trinitron® WEGA® TVKV-27FS120
FD Trinitron® WEGA Flat Screen
ClearEdge VM™ Wideband Velocity Modulation
16:9 Enhanced Mode
SRS® 3D Audio Effect
Component Video Input

sure i'd love a pioneer elite HDTV Plasma, but i love keeping my money more :p

remarkably enough though the simulated surround sound on this tv does a pretty good job as long as you arent too far from it, and the color reproduction is great. :)

bsc_zAp! Jul 21, 2005 03:42 PM

My setup
 
Pictured:
  • Trusty Sony 27" Tube
  • Yamaha NS-7390 Floor speakers
  • Yamaha YST-SW105 Sub
  • Sony STR-DE595 A/V Receiver
  • Sony DVP-NS315 DVD player
  • Linksys Wireless Media Center Extender
Not Pictured:
HTPC (Antec SLK3700, P4 2.8, Intel PBZ875, 512mb, AIW 9600 Pro, EVGA NVTV, 2x SATA Raptor, Santa Cruz, Sony SDM-HS73 17" LCD) It's about 1.5 years old.

Photo:
Casio EX-S100

I already know:
A center channel speaker and a new WS tube. It's pretty though, ain't it?


YOGIx213 Jul 21, 2005 05:06 PM

I have my HTPC setup as follows:

37" Panasonic EDTV Plasma (PANASONIC TH-37PWD7UY )
LG LST 3510-A HDTV Tuner/DVD Player
Logitech Z-5500 5.1 Surround Speakers (Hooked up via optical to EDTV and analog setup with computer)
PC: Specs in sig.

I game on occasion on the plasma and it's awesome but not enough games are widescreen friendly. I found some tweaks online but not for all the games I love playing (like most of the PC Sports games). So more often than not, I game with my 17" Samsung LCD.

The Logitech Speakers are awesome IMO. They really add that theatre experience for me at a fraction of the cost of other HT speakers.

Sorry about not having pics, I'll try to get some when I get home (at work right now).

el barto Jul 22, 2005 01:04 AM

Here is my set-up. I really need to get a tripod. :nuts:



VIZIO LG30 720P HDTV LCD
YAMAHA HT RECEIVER
SONY PROGRESSIVE SCAN DVD PLAYER
COCKS DIGITAL CABLE

Rockshocker Jul 30, 2005 06:23 AM

I'm getting a new 32" Sony WEGA TV and a Sony DVD 5.1 Home Theater in a box on Monday, I'm so excited to have surround sound on something other than my computer. I'm sure it will not sound as good as my computer, but I could be wrong.

Maybe someone can answer this question because I never asked, the tv does 480i with the DVD Player if I plug it in with the 3 different coloured plugs, component or composite I think it's called, is that considered High Definition?

I'll post a pic if I even get my digital camera back :)

Trunks0 Jul 30, 2005 06:54 AM

The 3 color one is called "component". And No, it just means you will have a nicer connection for the video :)

Can't wait to see some picture of it though :)

Yosh70 Jul 31, 2005 06:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Rockshocker
I'm sure it will not sound as good as my computer, but I could be wrong.

I'm pretty sure it wont sound as good as the Logitech's either.

Rockshocker Aug 2, 2005 05:32 AM

Ok, I got my HT setup yesterday, and wouldn't you know it, the remote for the amplifier was missing, but the remote for the tv controlled the basic functions of the amp so I did get to set it up and play with it for a bit before getting the remote for the amp, I don't know how it's possible for there not to be one.

Anyhow, the tv is so much bigger in my living room than it looked in the store and the picture in 16:9 Enchanced Mode is so nice. Not HDTV but still awesome, best I've ever had so far :)

The speakers are weak looking and the sub feels cheap but after hooking it all up and playing around with it I'm actually quite impressed with the sound. I'm not sure what number the volume goes up to but at 30 it's pretty loud and very clear, lots of bass as well. I'm gonna do a sound comparison later on today between my computer and my HT setup, they are in the same room so it will be easy to judge.

The only gripe I have is that the remote control for the amp has so many buttons and the layout is not very well thought out and when watching a movie at night it's hard to find some of the buttons because they are pretty much the same size and shape.

I have to pics, if I find my webcam I can take a couple shots of it, oh ya my poor birds have never been so scared before, watching Gothica freaked them out so I had to remove them from the living room until the end of the movie, and of course they had to sit on my shoulder all scared lol.

acrobaron Aug 5, 2005 02:26 PM

http://www.imagestation.com/album/pi...il-AlbumInvite

from start to almost finished

Alpha Aug 5, 2005 03:18 PM

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Originally Posted by acrobaron


nice

btw you can admit that Johnny Depp poster was your contribution and not your daughters....

Rockshocker Aug 5, 2005 03:52 PM

That was cool! I wouldn't feel comfy leaving the kids around that screen :evil:


Quote:

Originally Posted by acrobaron


gmontem Aug 5, 2005 04:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rockshocker
That was cool! I wouldn't feel comfy leaving the kids around that screen :evil:

And the speakers, too. Last month my relatives brought kids over to our house party and I had to leave my floorstanders' grill covers on (I usually leave mine off) to prevent them from becoming too curious and poke the drivers.

gts007 Aug 10, 2005 02:34 AM

my HT/HD rig

Himself Aug 25, 2005 09:41 AM



And there's a couple alpha psb's for surround.

faraday Sep 11, 2005 06:48 AM




TV: Lg RZ26LZ50 (European model)
Speakers: Altec Lansing CS21 (Hidden behind TV)
Rig: SilverStone LC13 , AMD XP TBred 1800+ , 512 Ram, Sapphire 9800XT (for HD and gaming) Audigy2 etc etc...

MrSpock2002 Sep 17, 2005 11:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gts007
my HT/HD rig


Up until this very minute I was happy with my samsung syncmaster 930b

DeathKnight Sep 17, 2005 11:44 PM

Never posted an update when I got a pair of bigger speakers and a new DVD player (fairly recently).

See first page for my previous pic and list.

The front two JBL N24II's are now a pair of JBL E30's. My Panasonic S35S DVD player is now replaced by the Panasonic S77 (DCDi :drool: ) (new TV stand in this pic I got last Christmas)




infin|ty Sep 27, 2005 11:16 PM

That is a nice Pioneer setup. They make the best plasmas around, hands down, no competition.

drusi3r Oct 14, 2005 06:06 PM


TimothyB Oct 14, 2005 09:36 PM

Here's how my home my theater is stacking up. I'm still in the speaker purchasing phase, but the Rockets (ones in redish color) are staying.

You see in the picture:
Sony RP LCD 55" 55XS955 tv
Harman Kardon 435
Yamaha DVD/DA/SCD C750 player
Rocket Signature 750 speakers (redish ones) from av123.com
Aperion 533-Power Towers, Aperion center and rears.


gmontem Oct 14, 2005 10:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TimothyB
Here's how my home my theater is stacking up. I'm still in the speaker purchasing phase, but the Rockets (ones in redish color) are staying.

Too bad there isn't room for the bigfoot (RSC200). :(

_leech_ Oct 14, 2005 11:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by drusi3r

What model TV is that?

TimothyB Oct 15, 2005 12:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gmontem
Too bad there isn't room for the bigfoot (RSC200). :(

Well, I'm planning to have one of these solve that problem:
http://www.standsandmounts.com/index...OD&ProdID=2411
http://www.standsandmounts.com/index...OD&ProdID=3721
http://www.standsandmounts.com/index...OD&ProdID=3800

Now if I ever got the RSC500 when that comes out, then I'd have big problem.

Check out it's specs, what a center channel:

RSC500

QUAD 5.25" mid-bass couplers...

1 X 4" midrange...

1 X Vifa XT Ring Radiator Tweeter

2 X 8" (very custom) woofers (isobarik loaded, down firing on a "shaped platform base")... with a 350 watt beast driving them...

One VERY interesting XO for the system above 80Hz...

Roughly... $1195... with trades allowed...

Not going to see the light of day until 2006.

drusi3r Oct 15, 2005 07:09 AM

its a 30" samsung "slim-fit" sry dont know the model off the top of my head but i love it (for the price it cant be beat imo)

satch919 Oct 17, 2005 10:36 PM

Here's mine:



I just bought the LCD HDTV a couple of weeks ago. I love it to death. It's my baby. :heart: :lol:

Warangel Nov 30, 2005 07:23 AM

That's a damn nice setup. I envy.


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