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Old Jan 6, 2005, 12:26 PM   #61
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A/V on the cheap:

(Clockwise from the TV, a Toshiba 34HD82 widescreen CRT: a Samsung SIR-T351 HDTV receiver (DVI); the Gamecube and Xbox; entirely too many paperback books hiding the Philips subwoofer; a silver Zenith DVB318 1080i DVD player ; one of the five ancient Aiwa home-theater-in-a-box speakers; a Sony STR-DE845 A/V receiver; a Sony SCD-CE775 CD/SACD player; a dead Sony MDS-JE630 minidisc player; a Toshiba six-head VCR; a Dish Network PVR501 receiver/DVR.)
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Old Jan 6, 2005, 02:53 PM   #62
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Are those books HDTV/DTS?


By the way you need to do something with all those wires!
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Old Jan 6, 2005, 03:33 PM   #63
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It's a one-bedroom upstairs apartment. Unfortunately, I don't have room to do anything with the wires. (Damn, I need a house of my own...and a room to stash all the boxes and books in.)
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My buddy has those speakers. Nice HT speakers. A bit on the bright side for music. Its those horns. But they really kick it out on HT movies. Nice!


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RF-5 the full set for a 6.1 setup
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a mistubishi diamond 65" hdtv
a denon 3802 amp
gateway connected dvd player (kinda ok but it lets me get all moveis and pics and music from my pc)
and of course hdtv =P

o i am prob gonna be upgrading to the Aragon seperate proc and amplifier soon
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Old Jan 6, 2005, 08:12 PM   #65
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System specs in sig. Picture is dark as hell, but that's just the camera, looks perfect in reality.
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Old Jan 6, 2005, 10:46 PM   #66
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I don't have any pics of my setup yet.. here is the equipment though

Receiver:
Pioneer VSX-D411 Receiver

Front Channel L & R:

Infinity Primus 250 Floorstanding Speakers

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Polk Audio CSI3 Center Channel Speaker

Subwoofer:

KLH 10" Powered Subwoofer (soon to be replace by either Velodyne or Polk)

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Old Jan 7, 2005, 04:05 PM   #67
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Same here, no pictures, but heres the setup.

Receiver: POS Sony STRDE935 (soon to be replaced by an Outlaw 1070 whenever they release it)
CD Player: Sony 300 disc changer
DVD: Panasonic DVD-RA60

Front Speakers: Klipsch KLF20
Center: Klipsch KLFC7
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TV: Some old Toshiba 27" (without S-Video)

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Plus using a Shuttle SN41G2 and using the Nvidia Soundstorm DD-encoding to play audio files over the system.
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Old Jan 7, 2005, 04:59 PM   #68
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Hi:

No pix. HT sysem and computer are in the same (living) room.
Thats right. I'm not married

Receiver: Denon AVR-3802 7x110W DD/DTS ES/ DPL II [connections]
TV: Sony 36" Wega XBR KV-36XBR400 NTSC 1080i/480p/480i [Component, S-video, analog audio]
Speaker Fronts -Cerwin-Vega DX-9(4-8 ohm);1x15";2x6”;1x1";
Sens102dB(1W @1m)

Speaker Centre -Paradigm CC-200(6 ohm);2x5 1/2";1x3/4"; Sens 92dB (1W @1m)

Speakers Sides –C.Vega E-Series2 E-712;1 x12”;1x5 Ľ”;dome twtr;
Sens98dB (2.83V/ 1m)

Speaker Rears - Cerwin-Vega R-26(4-8 ohm);1x12";1x2.5";
Sensitivity: 96dB (1W @1m)
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Old Jan 9, 2005, 12:42 PM   #69
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Heres mine......


Marantz SR8200
Pana RP82 DVD
Paradigm Studio 60's, CC and 20's
Paradigm PW2200
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Nice.

I have that same DD sign, though all gold lettering. I still need to pick up a DTS sign.
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Old Jan 10, 2005, 08:11 PM   #71
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where did you guys get those signs? i always wanted the gold DD sign that they have at the theater above the door to the rooms that have DD, it looks sweet and i would love one.
DD, DTS, THX, those would be sweet.
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In my bedroom. My setup is a little messy right now, just got the TV in the other day and I'm using a temporary crappy stand for it right now.
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Old Jan 11, 2005, 02:36 AM   #73
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Cool big speakers dudes, but isn't the Left and Right channels too close to each other (from most of the pics I have seen posted)? Having them farther apart alows you to hear stereo seperation better, in other word it's like having mono when they are too close.

I only got a 100 watt durabrand 5.1 HT (more like room theatre) system from Walmart for only 76 dollars.

Unfortunately I hav no pics availble for this. But it's not much to look at. but for 76 dollard this thing sounds increadible. It sounds better and cheaper than most computer 5.1 systems. It supports dobly digital 5.1, 2.0, and Dolbly Prologic. The subwoofer is amazing, dispite it's small size it delivers some mean window rattleing bass. I would highly recomend this reciver for a small room such as mine and those who don't wish to spend too much (although it does not seem that walmart carries it anymore. I have had mine for year or even longer.)

I totaly love my 100 wat HT system.

Did i mention it has both optical, and coax inputs. I have a NF7 mobo, which means I can use the optical out of my sound storm to encode dolbly digital 5.1 in real time to be passed through my HT system. Result is 5.1 audio for PC games with out having to buy a seperate system for my PC .

I also have all my video game consoles hooked to a swich box which the audio go to the reciver and the video goes to the TV. As well as a DVD-player which is hooked via coaxil for audio, and video goes to the switch box.

I love it's prologic capability, since I can turn ordinary 2 channel audio from games and dolbly 2.0 DVDs (Most anime DVDs are 2.0, except movies). While the surround sound produced by prologic is no where near as dynamic as 5.1, it's still prety cool.
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where did you guys get those signs? i always wanted the gold DD sign that they have at the theater above the door to the rooms that have DD, it looks sweet and i would love one.
DD, DTS, THX, those would be sweet.
My sign is the gold DD sign you see in theaters, it says 'Dolby Digital System Installed in the Theater', or something like that. I did a favor for an engineer for Dolby Labs, so he sent me the sign. I haven't seen this particular one for sale anywhere, but I've seen other DD, DTS, and THX signs for sale on the internet.

I have mine installed on the outside of the door coming into the room.
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My sign is the gold DD sign you see in theaters, it says 'Dolby Digital System Installed in the Theater', or something like that. I did a favor for an engineer for Dolby Labs, so he sent me the sign. I haven't seen this particular one for sale anywhere, but I've seen other DD, DTS, and THX signs for sale on the internet.

I have mine installed on the outside of the door coming into the room.
what kind of favor did you do? just kidding.

looks like the dolby store on there website sells a plastic DD sign (gold colored) for $20. i saw some posters on ebay for DTS and THX. if i could just find some hi res jpegs i can print my own on some glossy 8x11's and frame them, that would be good enough for me.
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I found a couple nice jpegs last year and printed this DTS-ES one....bought a cheap black frame from Walmart and voila!

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I found a couple nice jpegs last year and printed this DTS-ES one....bought a cheap black frame from Walmart and voila!

still have the jpegs? or know where you found them? that looks awesome and is exactly what i was thinking about doing.
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what kind of favor did you do? just kidding.

looks like the dolby store on there website sells a plastic DD sign (gold colored) for $20. i saw some posters on ebay for DTS and THX. if i could just find some hi res jpegs i can print my own on some glossy 8x11's and frame them, that would be good enough for me.
heh heh. Nah, the guy worked on the Grammys last year and wanted a screenshot of the credits with his name listed.

And yes, the sign he sent me is plastic.
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still have the jpegs? or know where you found them? that looks awesome and is exactly what i was thinking about doing.
Didnt think I did but I found a folder on my E:drive labeled "HT sh*t" and I found a few... I have the one pictured above and the THX one in similar print but I also found these ones that some guy made up...pretty kewl I must say.





I can email any of these if somebody wants one or two....the ones pictured here are ok in size (130kb's or so) but the other two are 1.38mb each.
Just PM me.
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This site here has allot of the logos in fairly large sizes

*edit* also this is a pretty big DolbyDigital logo in colorhere
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Enough with the logos. Stay on topic please.

Go start a logo thread...
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a lot of yall make me feel better. things tend to be cramped setting all this up.
its starting to get tight in here.

i just got my tables in today and im finishing up my screen. should have some pics of my own soon.
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Just wired the network to my system. Now playing games over the home network is fantastic!

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Mitsubishi WS-55413 RPTV - some tweaking and worked over with DVE
Motorola 5100 HD Cable Box (Comcast)
Sony STR-DA555 ES Series Receiver
KEF Q55 Fronts, Q15 Rears, and Reference 100c Center
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I'd snap a picture but the living room is a bit messy right now with our 1 year old so my wife would kill me.

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no one here gives a sh*t about a mess

just show off the tech
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Here is my setup:

Mits 52525 DLP, Denon 3801, B&W series 3's (603's, LCR600, 601's), SVS PB12-ISD/2, X-Box (waiting for better upconverting dvd players).




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Hey MGator, your cc seems kinda high.....prolly not best when there are scenes that pan across the front three.
You may wanna try it below the screen, a lot better results could be in store.
Just my 2 cents.
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You guys all have some very very nice equipment... Up until about 3 weeks ago, I would use my computer system as my HT System. After I graduated from college (transfering to another) I figured I would get my self a nice system.

First off the TV I got is a SONY FD WEGA 27" its a 700 dollar TV, but I got a steal at Sears and paid 300 bucks. I love it.

Next I decided I wanted a Panasonic HT system. I was in Sears and saw a model that I wanted, and bought it... It was last years model, and was on a clearance for $249 from $399. Well I went to the pickup spot and they didnt have any! LOL, since that happened they did a swap for this years Model which is by fare MUCH nicer, it plays any Codec that is possable. Best of all I got it for $249!

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