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post #1 of 338 Old 06-19-2008, 04:03 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi all. Thought I'd post some pics of my setups to date. like everyone else, it's a constant work in progress !

A full photostream can be found here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/3296005...76106283/show/

Ok here we go:
The main room:

















Bedroom 1:











Pc Room:



Odds n' Sods:



Media Storage:





Kit list:
Main Room:
Pioneer LX608D
Denon 4308 as processor
Rotel RMB-1575 and RB-1562 power amps
2 x Kef Reference 205/2 Piano Black
2 x Kef Reference 204/2 C Piano Black
2 x Kef Reference 201/2 Piano Black
2 x Kef Reference 201/2 Snow White
2 x Kef XQ10 Piano Black
2 x JL Audio Fathom F112's - Piano Black
Denon DVD-3800BD
Denon DCD700S
SKY HD
Sony PS3 (Launch 60GB)
Nintendo Wii
Logitech Harmony 900 remote with RF extender
iPad2 64GB 3G
Chord Odyssey 4 & Black Rhodium cable
Qed HDMI leads & Interconnects
Z-Wave & X-10 remote lighting

Bedroom 1:
Sony 46X3500
Yamaha RX-V2600
Kef 3005 SE's
2nd PS3 (Launch 60GB)
2nd Sky HD box (Multiroom)
Squeezebox 3
Slimline PS2
Black PSP fat
Nintendo DS Lite - All Black
Nintendo DS Lite - Cobalt & Black
Z-wave and X-10 lighting
Logitech Harmony 1000 remote & RF extender
Logitech Dinovo Mini
Qed HDMI's, opticals, and Silver Anniversary XT

Bedroom 2/PC Room:
Sony 40S2030 (used as pc monitor)
Technics seperates (sentimental value!)
Mission 73's
Sony Vaio VGX TP2S/B HTPC
Logitech Dinovo Edge
Logitech MX-Air mouse
Logitech Harmony 555
Octava HDMI switcher
Qed HDMI's and Silver Anniversary XT

Bathroom:
2 x Kef Ci100Qr


Sony NWA-1000 and NWZ-A829 MP3's
Sony HDR-SR12E Handycam
2 X PSP Go's (White & Black)
Denon AH-D2000 cans
Nintendo 3DS

Nikon D700
16-35mm AF-S f/4G ED VR NIKKOR
105mm f/2.8G ED IF AF-S VR NIKKOR
50mm f/1.8D AF NIKKOR
28-300mm AF-S NIKKOR f/3.5-5.6G ED VR
SB-900

Manfrotto tri's - sturdy as ya like !

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post #2 of 338 Old 06-19-2008, 06:02 AM
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Your place looks very nice, like a display home. Does anyone live there?? jk. Very clean. Nice equipment list too.
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Very nice!!! I wish my bedroom looks more like yours. People, if you want to see some beautiful setups such as this one, check out the UK site. The Brits have good style. They like their gears round, shiny, cute and tiny. I have yet to see eD subs and acoustic panels in their systems.

Thanks for posting your system here.
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Your place looks very nice, like a display home. Does anyone live there?? jk. Very clean. Nice equipment list too.

Only 2 of us live there thank god hotchip ! Cheers for the compliment mate.
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Very nice!!! I wish my bedroom looks more like yours. People, if you want to see some beautiful setups such as this one, check out the UK site. The Brits have good style. They like their gears round, shiny, cute and tiny. I have yet to see eD subs and acoustic panels in their systems.

Cheers for the comps David Funnily enough, part of the new upgrade I'm thinking about involves a BFD to EQ 2 subs - preferably a couple of SVS' . If you check out the UK site, I'm sure you'll find quite a few infrasonic geeks, and loooooads of dedicated rooms acoustically treated.

Cheers pal !
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Hello "Force"!

Mate, it's all about the camera! Members on this forum are suckers for a beautifully shot image(s)! The photos alone can be considered magazine/brochure quality! By the way, your dwelling is very contemporary and beautifully furnished. Bravo!

Now for the electronics!
All excellent! Elegant, efficient, simplistic and tastefully configured!
It looks as if the home was built around the components. Nicely integrated.
Your components and how they are position really look as if the architect included them in the blueprints! Like if you removed one of the components, the "Feug Shui" would be thrown off kilter.

I especially dig the "Technics separates"! I understand the sentimental ties to components that have been with you through your growth in life. Assuming that's what you are referring to as sentimental. I have pieces that have been with me for a long time and IMO still have relevance when others may look at that same component and deem it "jurassic". Oh well, opinions vary!

In other words,.... Force, ya did good!

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Hi all. Thought I'd post some pics of my setups to date. Compared to alot of the mindblowing setups on here it's simply average, but like everyone else, it's a constant work in progress

i would consider your setup far from average, my setup is average, but your's is more of something I would like acomplish one day. Very well done and love the place.
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My gosh, my home looks like trailer trash compared to that, the photos are great, and average is in the eye of the beholder.
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Hello "Force"!

Mate, it's all about the camera! Members on this forum are suckers for a beautifully shot image(s)! The photos alone can be considered magazine/brochure quality! By the way, your dwelling is very contemporary and beautifully furnished. Bravo!

Now for the electronics!
All excellent! Elegant, efficient, simplistic and tastefully configured!
It looks as if the home was built around the components. Nicely integrated.
Your components and how they are position really look as if the architect included them in the blueprints! Like if you removed one of the components, the "Feug Shui" would be thrown off kilter.

I especially dig the "Technics separates"! I understand the sentimental ties to components that have been with you through your growth in life. Assuming that's what you are referring to as sentimental. I have pieces that have been with me for a long time and IMO still have relevance when others may look at that same component and deem it "jurassic". Oh well, opinions vary!

In other words,.... Force, ya did good!

Regards.

Many thanks for the comps on our home and setup ld mate
Yea the sentimental value of the technics is down to something that was bought years ago, and just couldn't bear to see it go lol ! It still sounds strangely good to be honest, so we thought why not still use it ?

I did all the design myself, even down to the kitchen and tv unit in the lounge, but I'm a fussy git, so my poor other half is constantly putting up with me trying to perfect everything lol. Still got a way to go, before we(well me really!) are 100% happy with it. But you know what it's like with AV - upgradeitis hits us all and nothing is ever 'finished' !

Glad you like it and thanks again mate.
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i would consider your setup far from average, my setup is average, but your's is more of something I would like acomplish one day. Very well done and love the place.

Cheers for that teckademic
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My gosh, my home looks like trailer trash compared to that, the photos are great, and average is in the eye of the beholder.

lol Trailer trash - over here we call it 'well council' ! I doubt yours does SRR, and if your happy with it then that's all that matters right?.Deffo agree about the eye of the beholder too. Thanks matey
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Unreal...great job!!
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My gosh, my home looks like trailer trash compared to that, the photos are great, and average is in the eye of the beholder.

"SRR", I feel ya! The attention to detail is off the charts! Brilliantly executed!

When the kids are gone and the educations are paid for, something like that becomes my mission!

And the Denon AVR4308 looks impressive in the silver finish!

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Very nice set up. I really like how much like a show room it looks.
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Wow really pretty! I have a couple of questions...

The fire place? is that one of the ones that burns alcohol? if so how do you like it? We have been thinking about getting one.

the wall panels. very cool look. what are they made of? (I am curious if they help or hurt the acoustics).

Great job!

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Wow! I love your style. I wish I had a home like that.
Needs some more color though.
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Unreal...great job!!

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Very nice set up. I really like how much like a show room it looks.

Cheers for the kind words chaps !
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"SRR", I feel ya! The attention to detail is off the charts! Brilliantly executed!

When the kids are gone and the educations are paid for, something like that becomes my mission!

And the Denon AVR4308 looks impressive in the silver finish!

Cheers again gibson To be honest, if I had kids, this would have been impossible - not just financially, but the whole place is rather child-unfriendly !lol.

You mention about the 4308 in silver - it's funny, but from what I have seen and forgive me if I'm wrong, Americans generally seem to prefer their kit in black, and us Europeans generally tend to go for brushed aluminium/titanium ? Weird eh?!

Cheers again mate.
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Wow really pretty! I have a couple of questions...

The fire place? is that one of the ones that burns alcohol? if so how do you like it? We have been thinking about getting one.

the wall panels. very cool look. what are they made of? (I am curious if they help or hurt the acoustics).

Great job!

Hi Will, and thanks for the compliment !
The fire is a flueless gas fire - so you don't need a chimney/flue, only an air vent placed in the room somewhere. It's got a built in catalytic converter so it actually cleans the air while it's in use, and it's ultra cheap and efficient to run. We used to have radiators in the lounge, but to be honest I find them vile looking things lol. So we ripped them out and had this installed - it heats the room up quicker than anything else I know of which is a touch !

You can find out about it here:
http://www.superiorfires.com/flash_content.html

Re the wall panels, they're made from good old 18mm MDF. I gave the measurements to a local timber merchant and asked for x amount, which he then machine cut exactly. Once they were delivered, my partner and I paint rollered them to give them a good finish (rather than having brush marks), and put them up using strong adhesive using wooden batons as spacers.

I don't think they help or hinder the sound in any way, as you can tell by looking at the room it ain't the best environment acoustically speaking anyway lol ! Purely for the aesthetics.

Hope this helps !

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Wow! I love your style. I wish I had a home like that.
Needs some more color though.

Cheers for that Spider We did use to have some more colourful accessories, but to be honest, it didn't look as sleek, and colours date so quickly these days (i.e I get bored of 'em quick lol!). Sticking to black, white & grey in the main room keeps it 'timeless', and the orange sofa is enough for us !

Cheers again all !
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if patrick bateman lived in 2008, i think thats how his apartment would look.
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if patrick bateman lived in 2008, i think thats how his apartment would look.

PMSL - you know that film was based on me don't you ?
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Hi all. Thought I'd post some pics of my setups to date. Compared to alot of the mindblowing setups on here it's simply average, but like everyone else, it's a constant work in progress !

Ok here we go:
The main room:




The main setup:





The Seating and Surrounds:



Surround backs:



Bedroom 1:




Pc Room:





I've aquired most of the following kit over the last year and a half:

Kit list:

Main Room:
Pioneer PDP-LX608D
Denon 4308
Duo Acoustics 77A's (7.1)
SKY HD
Sony PS3(60GB)
Nintendo Wii
Denon DVD1930
Denon DCD700S
Logitech Harmony 1000 remote with RF extender
Black Rhodium Jive
Qed HDMI leads & Interconnects
Z-Wave & X-10 remote lighting

Bedroom1:
Sony 46X3500
Yamaha RX-V2600
Kef 3005 Special Editions
2nd PS3(60GB)
2nd Sky HD box (Multiroom)
Squeezebox 3
Slimline PS2
PSP
Z-wave and X-10 lighting
Logitech Harmony 555 remote
Logitech Dinovo Mini
Qed HDMI's, opticals, and Silver Anniversary XT

PC Room:
Sony 40S2030 (used as pc monitor)
Technics seperates (sentimental value!)
Mission 73's
Sony Vaio VGX TP2S/B HTPC
Logitech Dinovo Edge
Octava HDMI switcher
Qed HDMI's and Silver Anniversary XT

i-phone,Sony NWA-1000 and NWZ-A829 mp3's
Nikon D40X and Nikkor 55-200 mm lens

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I'm thinking about a bit of a change around, with the addition of a Middle Atlantic rack, new speakers and a power amp to drive them which will probably mean going from 7.1 to 5.2, but I'm still enjoying it as it is.

Cheers for looking all !


Just like to say that looks very nice congratulations.

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Just like to say that looks very nice congratulations.

Cheers for the compliment Franin - and likewise mate. Can you now return my Denon pre/pro that you borrowed please lol ?
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Cheers for the compliment Franin - and likewise mate. Can you now return my Denon pre/pro that you borrowed please lol ?

No problems, thank for lending it to us

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Average? You must be joking.
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Omg i love this setup!... what are you kitchen cabinets made from? They look like a shiny acrylic or laquer.
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No problems, thank for lending it to us

Any time lol
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Average? You must be joking.

hehe compared to alot I've seen then yea ! And no pj.... Cheers Kangaroo
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Omg i love this setup!... what are you kitchen cabinets made from? They look like a shiny acrylic or laquer.

Cheers for the compliment Jooce ! The kitchen is based on Mobalpa units which are Hi-Gloss Laquer. It's an Italian design from a French company, and some of the units had to be custom made by them to fit in with my design. I love making life awkward for meself lol.

Glad you like it and thanks !
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I love the modern look of the whole house. if i had money i would do something very similar to yours. So clean looking. nice choice in everything. Love the couches. A++

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You have a great eye for design. My wife and I just finished building our first home and I found it a chore to have a cohesive design for the whole house. With permission, I think I will use some of your designs for our next build. What/who have you used for ideas?

I used to have an open mind but my brains kept falling out.
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I love the modern look of the whole house. if i had money i would do something very similar to yours. So clean looking. nice choice in everything. Love the couches. A++

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Many thanks Aristo - and glad you like the couches too, as they're not everyone's cup of tea lol !
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You have a great eye for design. My wife and I just finished building our first home and I found it a chore to have a cohesive design for the whole house. With permission, I think I will use some of your designs for our next build. What/who have you used for ideas?

Cheers for that fanbrain, and how flattering that you to want to use some of the ideas ! Humbled mate. All the ideas are my own unfortunately lol. The panelling, the entertainment unit, kitchen, flooring etc.

The plan was to try and create something that would hopefully still look ok in a few years time, which is when my partner and I should have found some land for our own self build, meaning that this place hopefully won't be too difficult to sell.(fingers crossed !). Interiors can date so quickly these days, so I find it better to maybe try and create something a bit 'futureproofed' ?

For the new self-build, I'm looking to do something radical, even for me lol ! Good luck with your next project too, and thanks again !
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What exactly is the equipment sitting on? Did you build it yourself? Its definately different. I like its lack of symmetry. Is it just particle board painted white?
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Hi again Jooce and cheers!. I designed it myself, and had the modular pieces custom made. The graphite-grey unit does infact have another front panel that matches the left side, with a lid stay attached to cover up the centre speaker when not in use, though I didn't get round to attaching it in the end. The left side of it is actually a drawer that holds a Sky HD box (controlled with an IR extender), and all the power strips, with an open back for ventilation, and then a hefty centre support to hold the weight of that 60" Kuro lol !

The finish is Hi-gloss, to match the kitchen, speakers and sub. This finish was done professionally, with about 9 coats of spray, and industrial blowers to get an even finish.

As I said earlier, it's modular, so I can change the placement of units and design as and when the need arises !

Hope this helps mate.
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I've seen your set up so many times....and I stare in awe every time! Nice job Force, keep it up man! One day I'll have a sweet, sleek set up like that. (hopefully!)
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Cheers for the compliment One2The3 ! You're now on my Christmas Card list lol.

I must get some more pics up, otherwise you'll be bored of looking at the same old ones !
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Wow. You live in my dream home! I need to go back to school and get a better job! Nice setup and house! Anytime you need a house sitter, you let me know! haha
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