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Old 05-17-2007, 11:45 AM
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Hardware:
Silverstone LC-13 case (looking to replace)
MSI K8NGM2-FID Motherboard
Athlon 3800 X2
2 GB ddr 400 RAM (4x512)
Antec 430w PSU
2x200 GB Seagate HD's (1 pata, 1 sata) I need more space...
Gigabyte GV-NX85T256H Video card
Sondigo Inferno sound card
LiteOn DVD drive
No tv tuner card since I switched to Dish. Was using a Nvidia dual tuner card.

Software:
Vista Home Premium
Vista Media Center for the front end
My Movies
Theatertek 2.5
Combined Community Codec Pack (CCCP)

Samsung 5054 plasma connected to htpc via DVI-->HDMI
Harmon Kardon 430 connected to sound card via analog cables and set to direct mode.
Harmony 680 remote control

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Old 05-17-2007, 12:19 PM
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Silverstone LC17 case
ASUS A8N-E motherboard
AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Venice processor
Zalman 7000 CPU fan
2gb memory
Panaflo case fans
Gigabyte 7600GT silent pipe graphics card
Seasonic 380 power supply
Samsung Spinpoint 200gb internal SATA hard drive
Plextor 716a DVD drive
Hauppauge MCE150 analog TV tuner (cable)
Dvico Fusion 5 HDTV PCI-E tuner (OTA ATSC)
HD Homerun dual digital tuner (QAM)
2) AMS 4bay USB drive enclosure - 8 500gb IDE drives (4tb total DVD / CD storage)
Logitech diNovo Media Desktop
Window Media Center Edition 2005
mControl lighting / automation control
X10 universal remote
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Vista Ultimate
Server Case (dont remember the model exactly but one of those cube ones)
AMD 64 X2 4200+
1 gig ram
ASUS motherboard
1x80 gig sata2 drive (OS)
1x200 gig pata (HD content)
1x320 gig sata2 (mp3,photo, older recorded tv... stuff i want to keep)
1x500 gig sata2 (recordedtv drive)
Hauppauge WinTV-500MCE (dual SD tuner)
HDHomeRun (dual HD tuner)

And xbox360's at the TV's.

planning on adding mcontrol to it but im going to wait for the final version for vista.
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Antec PlusView 1080AMG tower + TruePower 430
AMD X2 4400
2gb OCZ El Platinum
ASUS A8N-E NForce 4
GF7800GT that needs an upgrade but is still decent for gaming
200gb WD Caviar SE16 HD
37" Westy 1080p LCD
FFDSHOW+Zoomplayer DVD viewing
X-Fi SPDIF out to H/K AVR140 to AV123 X-LS's & HSU STF-2

XP Corporate Ed., no thank you Vista
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HTPC:
Silverstone LC-17B
Intel E6600 Core2Duo 2.4GHz
CoolerMaster Hyper TX Cooler
2GB Kingston DDR2-800 4-4-4-12
ASUS P5B-Plus
Gigabyte 8500GT w/HDCP
6 x 500GB WD5000AAKS HD
Plextor 740A DVD-RW
Hauppauge HVR-1600 Tuner
BTC 9029URF Keyboard
Seasonic S12-380W Power Supply
Vista x64 Ultimate

Rest:
Panasonic 42" Plasma
Sony 400 DVD Changer
Sony 400 CD Changer
Tag Mclaren AV32 Pre-amp
Parasound 2205 Amp
6.1 Diva Swan Speakers
SVS Subwoofer
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Old 05-18-2007, 09:13 AM
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My old system was not enough for me..

Old:

ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe Wifi Mobo
AMD X2 64 3800+ Athlon
1 GB Kingston Mem
500W PSU
EVGA 8800 GTS w/320MB
Hauppauge HVR-1600
AVerTV m780 PCIE Combo card
X-Meridian card with LM4562 OpAmps
Zalman CNPS9500
80GB SATAII Drive
320GB SATAII Drive
Xbox 360 HD-DVD player for playback on PowerDVD
Vista Ultimate
I am selling some of this on ebay item number 110128463986 if you want to buy or trade a blu-ray drive for.

New System:
Antec Sonata II case
EVGA 680i A1 model Motherboard
Intel e6600 Conroe
OCZ Gold 2x1GB
500W PSU
EVGA 8800 GTS w/320MB
Hauppauge HVR-1600
AVerTV m780 PCIE Combo card
X-Meridian card with LM4562 OpAmps
Zalman CNPS9500
80GB SATAII Drive
3 x 320GB SATAII Drive
Xbox 360 HD-DVD player for playback on PowerDVD
Vista Ultimate

I hope this is the last motherboard lasts me for a while and better yet I hope the chip does too. I am kinda sick of upgrading all the time, I guess I shoulda started out right and know what I was gonna do with this system. The converged devices thing didn't hit me till about a month in. I love this system and can't get enough of it.. Probably why you see my posts here all the time

It's a Home theatre geeks dream.. I like computers and their capability and the home theater, I have always had the newest in technology first in my home and this makes it fun because I am a computer whiz too.

BTW, although a rocky road with video drivers and PowerDVD, Vista Ultimate can't be beaten for the Media Center experience.
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Old 05-18-2007, 01:29 PM
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Dell E310 2.8 GHz P4, 1 GB RAM
Xbox 360
Windows Vista Ultimate
Samsung HD501LJ SATA 500GB HD ($135)
Divico FusionHDTV5 RT Gold tuner PCI ($149)
Winegard SS-2000 antenna ($99)
50' RG6 Coax ($20)
Xbox 360 Universal Remote ($25)

After purchasing a JVC 56FC97 D-ILA, I discovered I received all the local HD channels OTA. I am currently doing SDTV from D* connected to a ReplayTV DVR, but the extra cost for the D* HD setup with half the locals, meant I needed a different HD DVR solution. I looked at some of the configurations listed here and while nice, all carried a heavy price tag. I was looking to put something together for around $400. Starting with what I already owned, the little Dell, the Xbox 360, Vista Ultimate, and a house I pre-wired with Cat-5. I installed the hard drive and tuner card, did a clean install of Vista and the tuner drivers, configured Media Center and the Xbox extender software. The most difficult part was installing the outdoor antenna and running the coax under the house to the PC. My original idea was to use the Xbox to prove the concept to my wife, and then build a system for the Living Room. However, she liked using the Xbox, and did not want a PC next to the TV. So the PC is staying as is, in the Office.
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hi, guys my frist time here,, great site

SONYSAT Linux Media Center 1

As fallow a Develope Test HDTV Linux box .

EX 15000 Serie board
1 gb DDR2 ram
80 gb HD
Genpix module 8psk
HDTV Tunner DVBS2 from Dish N* Model 6000

Linux OS Imedia , MythTV + sasc
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Old 06-04-2007, 11:45 AM
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- Nmedia HTPC-200BA (Black)
- AMD X2 4200+
- Biostar Tforce TA690GAM2 with HDMI
- Seasonic S12-430HB PS
- 2 x Crucial 1 Gb RAM
- WD SATA 2 500Gb HD
- MS keyboard, MCE remote and receiver
- Pioneer DVD-ROM drive
- Cheapo wireless G USB adaptor

Software: MCE 2005, TheaterTek DVD, Zoom Player







Custom made stainless steel/glass A/V unit.

Sony KFE42A10 - Rogers SA 8300 HD PVR - Pioneer DV-656A - Denon 1507 Receiver - SMC EZ-Stream Wireless Audio Adaptor

Optomo HD131xe on 106" Accuscreens 16:9 pull-down screen
Denon 1713 AVR
Sony PS3 Fat / Sony BDP-5200 / NAD T-514 DVD player (used as CD player)
Polk Monitor 30 Series ii LR fronts / Polk CS1 centre / Monoprice in-wall 5-1/4 Inch rear surrounds / SVS SB12-NSD sub
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Old 06-04-2007, 01:22 PM
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I just assembled my system this weekend:

Case: Antec 900 (don't worry - it's in the office so nobody can see the blue leds) keeps stuff incredibly cool though
CPU: Core 2 Duo 4300 overclocked to 3GHz
Heatsink: Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme with Antec 120mm case fan
MB: Asus P5B-E
Memory: 2 x 1GB Super Talent DDR2 800 (overclocked to 833)
Video: Evga nVidia 8800GTS (320MB)
Storage: 1 250GB Seagate SATA drive (OS) and 1 750GB SATA drive
700 watt power supply
Vista Home Premium

I plan on using this to eventually stream HD content throughout the house using a XBOX or PS3 with WMP 11 or WME (I'm open to suggestions though). I've got my old computer with an overclocked AMD Barton 2500 acting as a file server with another 700GBs or so of ATA drives. This holds about 320GBs of MP3s and 200GBs of VOB files I backed up of my DVD collection. I want to stream this stuff through the new computers extender capabilities (can that stream vobs?).

My plan is to stream this stuff to my HT through an XBOX 360 or PS3. I haven't gotten any software yet so I don't know which one I'll use, but I'm leaning towards the PS3 because of the HDMI out (I have a 360 premium). I think I either need to move my computer into the other room (which I don't want to do) or buy a wireless n router.
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Old 06-04-2007, 01:55 PM
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I just assembled my system a couple weeks ago.

Audio/Video:
Samsung HL-S5087W 50" 1080 DLP
Onkyo HT-S790 7.1 @ 110 Watts/Channel

HTPC:
Windows Vista Home Premium w/ MyMovies Media Center extension
Kingwin Supernova HTPC Aluminum mATX Case Black
Biostar TF7050-M2 GF7050PC mATX AM2 w/ HDMI
AMD Socket AM2 5600+ 2.8Ghz CPU
G.SKILL 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit (4-4-4-12)
2xSAMSUNG SpinPoint T Series HD501LJ 500GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive
Vidabox S/PDIF Bracket w/ Optical Audio Out.
Hauppauge WinTV-PVR 500
Rosewill RP550-2 ATX 2.01 550W Power Supply
HP DVD 804 Lightscribe DVD Burner
Xbox 360 HD-DVD Player

soon to add: ATI HD X2600 + Blu-Ray Drive.
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slightly updated...............

Hardware:

SilverStone LC18 Case
Seasonic M12-600 Power Supply
Asus NForce 590 motherboard
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 (I was such an AMD Fan before too)
Zalman CPU Cooler CNPS9500AT
2GB RAM/Memory (Corsair)
Western Digital (SE) SATA Hard Drive (ultra quiet)
HP 840i DVD+-RW
XFX GeForce 7950GT Silent Passive Cooled 0db no noise
Auzentech X-Maridian sound card
HD Home Run (supports QAM!)


Other hardware:
Panasonic PT-AX100U 720p projector (hooked up via DVI-HDMI adapter from GeForce<->AVR)
Stewart Firehawk G3 screen
Yamaha RX-V2700 (HDMI/component switching works great for HTPC, Xbox 360, PS3, etc)
KEF speakers
Velodne Subwoofer
50' HDMI Cable from monoprice.

My usual Software...........
Windows Vista Ultimate (Media Center)
Vista Codec pack

Mac Mini (Late 2012, Ivy i7-3615QM/Intel HD 4000) Win 8 Pro x64 Media Center, 2 USB Ceton InfiniTV tuners + Companion iPhone App, XBox extender, MyMovies.dk WHS 2011 StableBit DrivePool, TIP: (DISABLE Intel Graphics Control Panel's Dynamic Contrast to prevent 29/59 flicker)
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Old 06-14-2007, 07:34 PM
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My HTPC is about as low-end as it gets. It was originally a Compaq SR1210NX from way back when, but has since been given majestic HTPCing powers. Since purchase, both the DVD-ROM and Hard Drive have been upgraded, but I haven't gotten around to memory yet, lazy me. Anyways, here's my setup at the moment:

Graphics: ATi Radeon 9250
Audio: Creative Sound Blaster Audigy SE
Tuner: Hauppauge HVR-1600 (non-QAM model )
DVD: HP 840i, Lite-On SHW-160P6S
HDD: x2 Western Digital 160gb
Mobo: Nothing special, just the original one that came with the pc. Not even 1 single AGP or PCI-E slot!
Memory: Same as above. Nothing special, 256mb. Gets the job done.
Processor: 2.66ghz Celeron D
Speakers: Logitech X5-30
Monitor: Ancient Compaq V410e. I. Need. To. Upgrade. Now.

Overall, bare bones setup that does what it's supposed to. TV-Out / DVI, plays OTA HD nicely in GBPVR, lots of space for Auto Gordian Knotted recordings. It could be better, but whatcha gonna do?

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Old 06-15-2007, 06:10 AM
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My setup

Hardware
Silverstone Case
Abit IC7
Intel P4 HT 3.0
2048 Kingston DDR
160 SATA
250 SATA
ATi X1600 Pro
SPDIF OUT
NEC DVDRW
FireDTV Floppy-DTV DVB-C
LG Plasma 42" running @ 1280x720P 60
DVI - HDMI
Yamaha DD/DTS Reciever, via SPDIF
4 x Jamo Speakers, 1 x Paradigm center speaker and Yamaha 12" Subwoofer.

Software
Vista Ultimate
PowerDVD 7.3
MS Mpeg2 Decoder (in use)
MyMovies 2.30
AC3Filter
Joost Plugin
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Old 06-15-2007, 08:41 AM
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Hardware:
Silverstone LC14M w/ VFD & IR
Asus P5B Deluxe
Intel E6600 C2D 2.44ghz
2GB Gskill DDR2 800
2 x 320GB WD Cavier SATA2 (Raid 1)
Gigabyte 8600GTS w/ Silent Pipe 3
SPDIF passthrough
Lite-On SATA DVD-RW
Corsair 520w PSU
Philips Plasma 42" running @ 1920x1080i 60
DVI - HDMI
Pioneer DD/DTS Reciever, via SPDIF
Lutron Maestro IR lighting
Harmony 880 Advanced

Software
XP SP2
Meedio Front End
PowerDVD 7.3
Nvidia decoder Pure Video 2
AC3 Filter
EventGhost
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My "budget" HTPC, first time build/buy. I say budget since I was able to buy several core parts used. I'm listing every last little purchase:

- Intel E6300, stock cooling
- Buffalo Firestix DDR2-800 RAM, 512 x 2 (kit)
- Abit AW9D-MAX motherboard
- 7.1 Audio card w/SPDIF (included PCI-e card w/motherboard)
- Western Digital SATA 250gb
- Rosewill RP-550-2 ATX 2.01
- Powerspec (Cooler Master) mid-height case
- Samsung DVD RW
- Gigabyte 8500GT
- Abit Airpace Wi-Fi card
- Vbox Cat's Eye DTA-150 ATSC tuner

Additional Hardware/Software
- Vista Premium Operating System
- PowerDVD 7.3
- Microsoft Media Center IR Remote control/receiver
- Microsoft Media Center Wireless keyboard
- HDMI Cable
- DVI/HDMI Adapter
- 6-ft coaxial cable x2
- 2-way coax splitter
- TosLink Cable

Connected to a Panasonic plasma TH-50PX60U, older HK 5.1 receiver, and Boston Acoustics speakers
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Old 09-22-2007, 04:32 AM
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My current system started as a Dell 4550 I purchased back in '03

It came with -

P4 2.4Ghz/533 FSB
256MB@166hz
Samsung 16x DVD-Rom
NEC 36x CD-RW
WD 60GB 5400rpm HD
Nvidia Geforce 4 MMX 64MB OEM
Sound Blaster Live! OEM

First upgrade was -

ATI AIW 9600XT mainly to play Pro Race Driver smoothly and since I lost my original All In Wonder card to my ex-gf, I wanted to watch and record TV without a VCR and DVR's were expensive at the time.

I also added a 30GB WD hard drive I had laying around from that old system my ex took, was the only part she would let me keep...

Fast Forward to 2007 -

I was growing weary of the ATI PVR software. It worked well when it worked and I had it working very well and very stable almost never crashed, but I lacked any real control over my Direct TV box and yes I knew about the serial controller and such; this PC does have a now rare serial port and I was using it for my seldom used but still used Dex Drive PS card reader. I really couldn't use the Remote Wonder II how I wanted cause it couldn't change the channels its was essentially useless save for DVD playback/control. But the PC came with Power DVD and I used that more than ATI's DVD software.

The remote is still on the original set of batteries that how much I used it!

I decided to burn a little money, not enough to build a new system and I kept that in mind. I previously had a Magnavox 27" LCD which had horrible SD PQ compared to tube tv's and I gave it back to Aaron's (don't laugh, that's how I got this PC too) .

So I needed a new display and it has to meet new criteria -

My room is cramped as it is and I am lucky I don't keep all my DJ stuff and records in here as I would have no room to even walk. I still have too much shh in here so I decided to get rid of my tv stand which was only a couple of years old and didn't cost much so I didn't shed a tear.

The new display would have to work with my computer desk. The Magnavox worked on here but was a bit too big for the space provided for the monitor. The Samsungs didn't work because they were still too big, with side speakers or under panel speakers it didn't matter (size 26"), HP discontinued its LCD's and went with panels that at the time didn't support VGA and I felt that was better to use than component or a VGA to DVI adapter for PQ and keeping the resolution straight.

So I thought about a large PC LCD montior and as I looked into it more, I found some came with extra inputs for other video hardware and they were small enough to fit on my desk the right way. I found the Gateway to my liking and bought one.

I then bought MCE 2005 OEM Rollup 2 with Blaster and Remote, Pioneer DVD-710 DVD-RW Drive, Cat's Eye 150 OTA HD card, WD 320GB 7200rpm HD, Buffalo Internet Converter, 2GB@400Hz DDR and Buffalo 250GB External SATA drive.

So my current specs look like this -

P4 2.4Ghz@533
2GB@333hz (suppose to be 400hz, oh well)
Pioneer DVR-710 8x16x40 DVD-RW
NEC x36 CDRW
WD 320 GB (main drive)
WD 60GB (secondary drive)
Buffalo 250GB SATA External
ATI AIW 9600XT (Direct TV Input)
Vbox Cat's Eye 150 PCI (OTA Tuner)
Sound Blaster Live! OEM
Buffalo Internet Converter
Gateway FPD2485W 24" LCD Monitor (1920x1200) HD Ready
PS2 Slim Console
Sega Dreamcast (looking for Ethernet adapter to tunnel games)

Current Status -
  • Still mitigating files from the original WD 60GB drive
  • Still have "MOM" error (too lazy to fix)
  • HD Content stumbles with local NBC HD, volume soft with local CBS and ABC HD, but perfect with PBS HD and CW HD
  • Sound disappears when system comes back from Stand By, restart cures that, but now I just leave the system running, turn off the monitor and speakers when I go to sleep or leave the room for extended period (ie: work)

Near Future -

Upgrade from 2.4Ghz to 3.06Ghz to help with HD playback, faster video editing/conversion

Fix the above "errors"

Add another 320GB drive and External SATA 500GB Buffalo drive

Long Term Projects -

Convert entire record collection to MP3 or WMA as I complete the transition from analog to digital DJ'ing

Rip DVD collection to hard drive

Convert PAL videos to digital files keeping them PAL via Any DVD

When I finally have my own living room, I would like to build a super tiny HTPC around a Mini XT MB and Case. Keep the media files in a connected media server and repeat the process in my bedroom. What I do with this PC I really don't know. I like the ATI card and don't want to sell it or trash it. I am considering a X800 AIW as that is the most powerful and last AIW card released and should match well with the 3.06 CPU to allow for a few more DX9 I would like to play.

The Saga Continues....

(Sorry about the length just thought it was interesting enough to share - )

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Did anyone find out what the connections are for with a "TVSPDIF1" connector?
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