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post #1051 of 1186 Old 03-02-2008, 12:03 PM
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Philips 42" 1080P Ambilight
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X360 Elite w/ HD DVD, PS3 80GB w/ BC
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Nice SetUp
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Here's mine.

Top:
Panasonic TC-32LX50 LCD
Channel Master antenna rotator control

Middle left:
Samsung DTB-H260F OTA digital TV receiver
Oppo HM-31 HDMI switch
Toshiba HD-A2
Sony SCD-CE595 CD/SACD player

Middle right:
Oppo 981 DVD player
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Panasonic DMR-EH75V DVD recorder

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NAD C-352 integrated amplifier

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Philips DVP-642 DVD player
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Sony DHG-HDD250 HD DVR

A couple of ancient Boston Acoustics bookshelf speakers are on top of bookcases, one of which is visible behind the TV.
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Updated pic of my setup...
Added Components:

Toshiba A30
Replaced front Onkyo speakers with Athena WS60's
Sharp 52SE94U replaced my 52" D92



Took this on my HTC phone which explains the crappy PQ
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Here is my small HD setup.
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Current setup. Anxiously awaiting the SP3 next year to have HDMI Audio capability in my preamp.







Can't wait to build a dedicated room.
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Current setup. Anxiously awaiting the SP3 next year to have HDMI Audio capability in my preamp.







Can't wait to build a dedicated room.

Where did you get the terminator arm that is very cool. Also very nice setup.
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Nice setup winstone! Great demo material as well. Do you have any pictures with the lights on?
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Unless I missed anouth setup I think you and I are the only ones with a Richard Grey Piece.
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Where did you get the terminator arm that is very cool. Also very nice setup.

Sideshow Collectibles is the company that manufacturered the piece. It's cast from the molds used for the actual arm in T2. Unfortunately they only made 750 worldwide and it's really hard to get one. They did make a 1:2 scale version later but there's nothing like having a full 1:1 piece. Check out their website for some really cool collectibles. Thanks.
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Unless I missed anouth setup I think you and I are the only ones with a Richard Grey Piece.

I used to have a RGPC600 but moved up to the 1200 for the extra recepticles. Hands down one of the most important components in my system. Tried a large number of other brands (Exactpower, Isotech, cough cough Monster) and none delivered noticeable improvements over the Richard Grey. The only other brand I would consider otherwise is Furman. What are you using?
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I love these pictures, I'm going to have to add mine, it's nothing great but I'm feeling left out.
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Just wanted to post pics of my setup. While it is not as fancy and high end as some, it does a fantastic job in my opinion. Someday I'll get around to picking up a new 1080p TV. For now this is working very nice. Here is my equipment:Hitachi Ultravision 65S500 rear projection CRT TV, Denon AVR-3808CI receiver, Toshiba HD-XA2 HD DVD player, Panasonic DMP-BD30 Blu ray player, Sony 5 disc DVD changer, Sony VCR, Sony cassette tape deck, Comcast HD DVR, 2-Polk Audio Monitor 70's (fronts), Polk Audio CS2 center channel, 4-Polk Audio Monitor 30's (Side and Rear surrounds), 2-Sony 12" 200 watt front firing sub-woofers, and Monster Cable HTS 3600 MKII Power conditioner. All equipment connected with Monster Cable.
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Just wanted to post pics of my setup. While it is not as fancy and high end as some, it does a fantastic job in my opinion. Someday I'll get around to picking up a new 1080p TV. For now this is working very nice. Here is my equipment:Hitachi Ultravision 65S500 rear projection CRT TV, Denon AVR-3808CI receiver, Toshiba HD-XA2 HD DVD player, Panasonic DMP-BD30 Blu ray player, Sony 5 disc DVD changer, Sony VCR, Sony cassette tape deck, Comcast HD DVR, 2-Polk Audio Monitor 70's (fronts), Polk Audio CS2 center channel, 4-Polk Audio Monitor 30's (Side and Rear surrounds), 2-Sony 12" 200 watt front firing sub-woofers, and Monster Cable HTS 3600 MKII Power conditioner. All equipment connected with Monster Cable.

Very nice setup!
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Just wanted to post pics of my setup. While it is not as fancy and high end as some, it does a fantastic job in my opinion. Someday I'll get around to picking up a new 1080p TV. For now this is working very nice. Here is my equipment:Hitachi Ultravision 65S500 rear projection CRT TV, Denon AVR-3808CI receiver, Toshiba HD-XA2 HD DVD player, Panasonic DMP-BD30 Blu ray player, Sony 5 disc DVD changer, Sony VCR, Sony cassette tape deck, Comcast HD DVR, 2-Polk Audio Monitor 70's (fronts), Polk Audio CS2 center channel, 4-Polk Audio Monitor 30's (Side and Rear surrounds), 2-Sony 12" 200 watt front firing sub-woofers, and Monster Cable HTS 3600 MKII Power conditioner. All equipment connected with Monster Cable.

Very nice. Where did you get those signs??? I want them.

Making the most out of what I got.
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Thank you for the compliments!!! My theater is my main hobby and my pride-and-joy.

I made the signs myself. Let me know what equipment you have and I can see what I can do. I have lots of different manufacturers available.

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Very nice. Where did you get those signs??? I want them.

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Thank you for the compliments!!! My theater is my main hobby and my pride-and-joy.

I made the signs myself. Let me know what equipment you have and I can see what I can do. I have lots of different manufacturers available.

+1

I'd like a little info myself, they look absolutely stunning, very slick. I've seen alot of plaques and those look pretty good. I have some standard DTS, THX, etc. jpegs and gifs, but not like those.

pm me if i can get in on some too.

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Thank you for the compliments!!! My theater is my main hobby and my pride-and-joy.

I made the signs myself. Let me know what equipment you have and I can see what I can do. I have lots of different manufacturers available.

Thanks. PM sent.

Making the most out of what I got.
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Thanks for the compliments!! If you or anyone else likes these signs PM me and tell me what equipment you are interested in and I will see what I can do.

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+1

I'd like a little info myself, they look absolutely stunning, very slick. I've seen alot of plaques and those look pretty good. I have some standard DTS, THX, etc. jpegs and gifs, but not like those.

pm me if i can get in on some too.

Thanks

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Nothing too extravagant but here is my "savings" HD setup:





Oh and heres is my other hobby

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I pimped my system on cnet a while ago. Added a Toshiba hd-xa2. Will post some updated pix...

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foghorn2, I did not know Olevia made a plasma.
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foghorn2, I did not know Olevia made a plasma.

Its probably the best LCD they ever made! It has a LG LCD screen with a thick piece of glass in front of it. Looks like a plasma, has the benefits of a LCD.

If you think the XA2 is a well built heavy machine, you should try to handle and mount this on the wall!
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This might be a dumb question, but what does one of them there NF racks run for?

Seggers

I got it at http://www.racksandstands.com for $300.
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This is one of my favorite threads on AVS.

Keep them coming guys & gals!

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I want my pics to just be seen without everyone having to click the link. how do I do this?
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