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post #1 of 5 Old 05-07-2012, 04:11 PM - Thread Starter
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Finally got my room finished and am very pleased with how it turned out, especially considering the amount of money it cost. Here's what it consists of.
1. Samsung 59" plasma (PN59D530) $800
2. Yamaha 5.1 receiver (RX-V371) $150
3. Energy tower speakers (EF-500 -rebranded Jamo) $100
4. Bic V-1220 12" subwoofer $135
5. Pioneer center channel (Sp-C21) $50
6. Pyle 6 1/2" in wall/ceiling speakers $40
7. PS3 (already had this)
8. XBox 360 w/Kinect (already had this)
9. Toshiba HD DVD player (already had this)

Did also get the PowerBridge TSPBIW-6-WH Total Solution Flat Panel In-Wall Power and Cable Management Kit for $45 bucks. Did all the installation myself and really like the in-wall speaker look. Feel free to ask any questions about any of the components or what I did.


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post #2 of 5 Old 05-07-2012, 06:29 PM
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Very nice! Clean and simple.

Are those stairs next to the left channel? If not I'd move the left channel out some more for better separation.
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personally id swap your right ch and sub for aestethics (sp?)
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personally id swap your right ch and sub for aestethics (sp?)

Yep. Or use a wall sconce , put sub in corner and space out the mains a little.

Kaboom.
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You can spray paint the inwalls... Makes them disappear into the wall. I did mine black. (you can see them in my thread linked in my sig).
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