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post #1141 of 1186 Old 03-23-2008, 01:56 PM
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John, Not trying to pry, but why Iceland? Were you born there and that is your home, or does work bring you there? Looks like some sort of Government outpost or reserach center from the pics. Dennis

P.S., The red headed 3 or 4 year old in the pics looks like my three year old Grandson. Is he into Sponge Bob Squarepants like my GS ?

I am Icelandic born and raised, my house in the outskirts of Reykjavik, the neigberhood is still being built so it will look a bit more suburban in a couple of years, but I will still have the view out from my balcany wich is great on a cleer day. The huge hanger you see is a giant indoor soccer field and sportscenter and the small buildings on the side of the hangar are stables, but they will be removed soon. About Spongebob he hasn´t seen that much of him but he loves a show called Dora the explorer if you know that one.

Thanks for all your kind compliments guys, it makes it all worth the effort

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Yeah. Nice, clean setup djos. Very contemporary.

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My humble arrangement. Samsung 50in 720p DLP. Several year old Onkyo HT-R500: 5.1 100w per channel; 120w powered sub (i think). Old Panny SD DVD RV-31; XBox 360 Elite with HD-DVD drive.

Don't mind all the cables around the Xbox, it's leaving tonight I believe. Just got the HD DVD drive for Christmas, tried to return it but it was purchased to far in advance. Found a buyer for the Elite, HD, 6 HD movies and several games on Craigslist. Putting that, and the $50 gift card BB is sending out towards a Blu Ray (well, i'll some extra probably) whenever the new ones come out. Might buy a discounted 1.1, not sure I care about the extra features on the 2.0...have more reading to do though.
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Hi All, the Lovely GF and I have just moved into our newly purchased house and the HT came with us. imo the setup is much better than before cause I could actually wall mount the surround speakers in the new house and the floor is no longer a SubWoofer-unfriendly concrete slab. We are also about 1 meter closer to the Plasma making it feel even bigger than before!

Equipment:

Display:
Pioneer 50MXE20 50" High Defintion Plasma Monitor

Audio:
Marantz SR-8001 THX Select2 7.1ch AV Receiver
Krix Neuphonics Mains, Epicentrix Center, Equinox Rears and Seismix 5 SubWoofer

Sources:
Media Centre PC with 3x HDTV FTA Tuners, Vista MC, ICE Guide w/ WebGuide
Toshiba HD-XE1 HD-DVD & HD Scaling Multi-Region DVD Player
Sony BDP-S300 BluRay & HD Scaling R1 DVD Player

IR Control:
URC Complete Control MX-810 IR/RF Universal Remote Control
URC Complete Control MRF-250 RF BaseSation

Interconnects:
KORDZ Evolution HDMI Cables
KORDZ Velocity 216 Speaker Cables w/ Kordz GBP-241 Banana Plugs











I have the krix Neuphonics also and a centrix center speakers one down from your one im thinking of getting a Epicentrix how does your one sound. also great setup
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Here are pictures of my HD-DVD Setup.
www.socalht.com/ray
I have to say that it is also my Blu-ray setup

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my movie watching area with movie watching doodads and sound makers.





sharp 52" aquos
sony str dg 800
toshi hd-a30
ps3
xbox 360
Axiom M22 and VP150. pioneer surround, aiwa sub
Motorola digital cable box
harmony 360 remote
i also just got done building the 8' tv stand.
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Modular stands are from IKEA. New suede sectional sofa is from Big Lots furniture. I store HD's/BD's and all my games in the bottom drawers. LCD lights are hard to see but mounted behind the frosted glass doors and in the bottom section where the cases for whatever movie is playing is being displayed.


The equipment:

55" BRAVIA A series SXRD Rear Projection HDTV
Onkyo 605 receiver
2x JBL Venue Series Stadium 8-Inch 3-Way Speaker for fronts
2x JBL Venue Series Balcony 4-Inch 2-Way Wall Speakers for rears
JBL Venue Series Voice Center Channel 5-Inch 2-Way Dual Speaker
JBL Venue Series SUB10 10-Inch Subwoofer
Dish Network 770 PVR
Toshiba HD XA2 HD DVD player
Sony BD-PS3 BluRay player
XBOX 360 Elite
Wii
Dreamcast

I am VERY damn happy with the picture, sound quality and asthetics! The old ass carpeting and wood paneling has to be forgiven. I am in a rental!lol
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Gear :
Mitsubishi HC3000u PJ (ISF'd)
DaLite HiPower constant area screen @ 120"
Marantz 7001 AVR
Boston Acoustics VR series speakers (7 channel)
Cerwin Vega 15" powered sub (.1)
PS3
Yamaha S5860 SACD/DVD-A player
Toshiba HD DVD player (A3)
Xbox 360
Belkin Pure AV power center PF31

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Modular stands are from IKEA. New suede sectional sofa is from Big Lots furniture. I store HD's/BD's and all my games in the bottom drawers. LCD lights are hard to see but mounted behind the frosted glass doors and in the bottom section where the cases for whatever movie is playing is being displayed.


The equipment:

55" BRAVIA A series SXRD Rear Projection HDTV
Onkyo 605 receiver
2x JBL Venue Series Stadium 8-Inch 3-Way Speaker for fronts
2x JBL Venue Series Balcony 4-Inch 2-Way Wall Speakers for rears
JBL Venue Series Voice Center Channel 5-Inch 2-Way Dual Speaker
JBL Venue Series SUB10 10-Inch Subwoofer
Dish Network 770 PVR
Toshiba HD XA2 HD DVD player
Sony BD-PS3 BluRay player
XBOX 360 Elite
Wii
Dreamcast

I am VERY damn happy with the picture, sound quality and asthetics! The old ass carpeting and wood paneling has to be forgiven. I am in a rental!lol

Is your IKEA stuff from the Besta series? If it is I think you bought the exact setup from them that I'm going to get next month. If I have the room I might get the double bookcases for a little extra storage/display area. Great looking setup either way.
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I just bought and prewired this 12' x 36' room for....
- Optoma HD Projector
- 100" Projector Screen
- Onkyo TXSR605 Reciever
- Bose 6.1 Speakers
- HD DVD Player
- Nintendo Wii



How should I organize a 4' stereo closet? It's just off the the left of the picture
How should I seat this room for 8 people? I have a large sectional which might take up too much room.
What would be a cool setup to house 350 DVD's?

Any input would be greatly appreciated
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I just bought and prewired this 12' x 36' room for....
- Optoma HD Projector
- 100" Projector Screen
- Onkyo TXSR605 Reciever
- Bose 6.1 Speakers
- HD DVD Player
- Nintendo Wii



How should I organize a 4' stereo closet? It's just off the the left of the picture
How should I seat this room for 8 people? I have a large sectional which might take up too much room.
What would be a cool setup to house 350 DVD's?

Any input would be greatly appreciated

This post should be in the home theater building thread.
Oh and bose will not have enough power for a room that size ,
Get a better sound solution.
Look here:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/forumdisplay.php?f=19

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I was just checking your set-up and saw you have the Axiom M22's & the VP150. I was looking at those same speakers. How do you like them??? Nice set-up by the way. Thanks

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my movie watching area with movie watching doodads and sound makers.



sharp 52" aquos
sony str dg 800
toshi hd-a30
ps3
xbox 360
Axiom M22 and VP150. pioneer surround, aiwa sub
Motorola digital cable box
harmony 360 remote
i also just got done building the 8' tv stand.

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I see you have Scene-it for your Xbox. I'm not a gamer but I do have that game and LOVE it. Hope to see some content add-ons soon on Xbox Live.
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I have Scene-it and we all love it. Every time people come over they are like "Can we play Scene-it??"
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I was just checking your set-up and saw you have the Axiom M22's & the VP150. I was looking at those same speakers. How do you like them??? Nice set-up by the way. Thanks

thanks pooh. to me the Axiom M22's are awesome! i'm saving up now for the QS8's. you should see if there is anyone that can audition them for you where you live.
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We've remodeled since this picture, new paint curtains and furniture, I'll try to update soon.


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Here's my modest setup.

Sammy HLT5675S
A-30
Onkyo HTR500
Polk R50's
Polk CSi3
Crappy Dell PC for the Internet :P



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^^^^whats the thing on th bottom left?
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^^^^whats the thing on th bottom left?

Its a dell PC that i assume he is using as a HTPC, but in his original post he only stated for "the internet"


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Its a dell PC that i assume he is using as a HTPC, but in his original post he only stated for "the internet"

ah..

Why dont they make more HTPCs to be the exact size of a DVD player?
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Why dont they make more HTPCs to be the exact size of a DVD player?

small cases tend to have bad performance (not enough air flow, or everything thrown in together), and good small HTPC's are expensive just because smaller parts are always more money..gr


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Its a dell PC that i assume he is using as a HTPC, but in his original post he only stated for "the internet"

Yeah I use it mostly to check out websites from my couch. Sometimes I use it to watch episodes of TV shows online. I can also stream music and pictures from my other PC's in the house and listen to my Sirius online through my Polks which is cool. It's not a very beefy machine, but does the job I need it to do. Most people that come over think it's pretty slick, but it wouldn't impress the average AVS member :P
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small cases tend to have bad performance (not enough air flow, or everything thrown in together), and good small HTPC's are expensive just because smaller parts are always more money..gr

I find that "big" HTPC cases are better looking. Those about the size of a receiver or an amp just looks like another nice piece of equipment. Some have a small display, a DVD tray and a volume knob. Needs to be simple.

Sorry guys... I'm not into modding my pc case with neons. Sleek look is still the winner.

You guys got pics of your HTPC case only?
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Ok I hesitate posting pics as all yours look so great, neat and organized. I am always changing things, adding equpment, changing speakers etc. My cable management is non existent My next project is to change the rack and clean things up.But here it is.

MAIN SYSTEM:

HITACHI 50VS69 TV
OPTIMA 710 PJ
PANAVIEW 92 SCREEN
EXPRESSVU 9200 HD PVR SAT RECIEVER
SAMSUNG HD841 DVD PLAYER (PLAYS SACD, DVD AUDIO)
TOSHIBA HD-A3 DVD PLAYER
SONY VHS (can't bring myself to remove from rack)
SLINGBOX

AUDIO:
DENON 1804 RECIEVER
PARADIGM CC350
SINCLAIR SA265 MAINS
SINCLAIR SA3D BIPOLE/DIPOLE BACKS
MIRAGE OM-R2 OMNIPOLAR REARS
12 200w SUB

GAMING:
WII
XBOX 360

SETUP:
MONOPRICE 4X2 HDMI SWITCH
CELABS SW104HD 4X2 AUDIO/VIDEO SWITCH
HARMONY 880 REMOTE
MONSTER, AR , BELKIN, MONOPRICE HDMI & COMPONENT CABLES RUNNING lengths of
3'- 45'.
VARIOUS SPEAKER CABLES, PARADIGM, AR ETC.

A3, SAMSUNG AND PVR RUNNING TO BOTH DISPLAYS VIA HDMI AND COMPONENT(BECAUSE I CAN).WII AND XBOX VIA COMPONENT TO BOTH DISPLAYS.
A PUSH OF ONE HARMONY REMOTE BUTTON TURNS ON OR OFF ANY CONFIGURATION (EXCEPT POWER TO HDMI SWITCH and the WII.).
SAMSUNG DVD COAXAL TO RECIEVER.
PVR ,A3, WII ,XBOX OPTICAL TO RECIEVER









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Here are a few more update pics of my set up. I am still using the HD805 unit in my main set up.
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any chance we could change the title of this topic to just have pictures of home theater setups? (I am afraid with HD-DVD in the title....no one will post anything anymore..
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My current setup is

Panamax-M5300-PM
Xbox 360 Arcade w/120GB HDD
HDDVD Drive
PS3 60GB
GameCube

TV-Samsung TXT2793H 1080i CRT HDTV....no surround sound yet.

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any chance we could change the title of this topic to just have pictures of home theater setups? (I am afraid with HD-DVD in the title....no one will post anything anymore..


haha looks like your prophecy was correct


here is a pic of my current setup to get things rollin...and yes i have an HD-DVD player



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