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post #151 of 162 Old 04-24-2014, 06:04 PM
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Mine is fairly simple and straightforward:




Equipment list:

Samsung PN60F5300AF
Denon AVR-X4000
Denon DBT1713UD
Rotel RMB 1075
Monster Power HTPS7000
Klipsch RF-82II x 2
Klipsch RC35
Klipsch RB-61II x 2
SVS PB1000 x 2
Sony Playstation 4
Microsoft Xbox One
Uverse DVR

My living room gaming computer is in need of an upgrade and it's not really used very much right now so I'll spare listing specs for it. Also I have a Klipsch RC-64II on order that should come tomorrow so these pics will probably be updated. Last, I don't have current rear pics, need to clean a bit.
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I used to have klipsch all around too. Not the most articulate speakers but nothing can compare if you like things loud.

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Well I think its a trade off between precision and efficiency/power. Klipsch are plenty articulate enough with clean power from a good amp. They're not B&W articulate but then again not much is. I'd say they're the perfect compromise. Your mileage may vary of course. I've heard the palladium series and they are very precise. They're also very expensive so you get what you pay for.
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He is my setup. I turned the second bedroom of a two bedroom apartment into a theater/game room.






Equipment List:
LG PB60G 500 lumen LED projector
DIY 120" BOC screen
Circa 2002 6.1 Yamaha receiver
PS4
Comcast Motorola HD cable box
Polk CS1 Center
Polk bookshelf (fronts)
Polk RM670 surrounds
2 Aura Bass Shakers (installed under couch)
Dayton Audio 70 watt plate amp
Raido Shack 2x1 HDMI splitter

Miscellaneous Items:
Ikea Expedite shlelves 3x3 and 1x2
Ikea Karlstad Sofa w/ 2 matching ottomans
Ikea Poang Chair w/ matching ottoman
4 DIY Roxul Safe'n"Sound Panels
RediShade blackout blind (installed behind existing blinds)


Alright, let me in on the secret. Where the hell is the projector?

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Alright, let me in on the secret. Where the hell is the projector?

The tiny white box to the right of the Gonzaga sign. wink.gif

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It's the size of three Blu-ray cases stacked on top of each other. I couldn't believe how small it was when I originally opened the box. There is a separate power brick, which is hiding under the hat on the far right.
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The tiny white box to the right of the Gonzaga sign. wink.gif

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Seriously? My Projector is atleast 10x that size.

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Mine is fairly simple and straightforward:

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Equipment list:

Samsung PN60F5300AF
Denon AVR-X4000
Denon DBT1713UD
Rotel RMB 1075
Monster Power HTPS7000
Klipsch RF-82II x 2
Klipsch RC35
Klipsch RB-61II x 2
SVS PB1000 x 2
Sony Playstation 4
Microsoft Xbox One
Uverse DVR

My living room gaming computer is in need of an upgrade and it's not really used very much right now so I'll spare listing specs for it. Also I have a Klipsch RC-64II on order that should come tomorrow so these pics will probably be updated. Last, I don't have current rear pics, need to clean a bit.

Nice! Any reason you are jumping right up to the RC-64II, instead of the matching RC-62II?

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Nice! Any reason you are jumping right up to the RC-64II, instead of the matching RC-62II?

Good question. It was mostly because I've heard the 64ii with my speakers and feel its a better fit. My older rc35 is essentially the same speaker as the newer rc62 so it'd be a lateral move for the most part going that route. Plus I might be upgrading to the rf7s soonish so I want the matching center there in case. Either way I feel the upgrade is justified. The rc64ii is an awesome speaker and I couldn't pass up the deal I received.
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Finally able to post some pics of my setup that are halfway decent.




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Great looking set-up. I bet you'd get better sound though if you moved your speakers out from the walls a little more.
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