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Here is my bedroom setup, still live at home unfortunately im unemployed but had a nasty motorcycle accident last summer caused by someone else and got a small settlement and decided to buy what ive always wanted, a nice home theater.

TV: LG 47le5400
Receiver: Pioneer vsx920
Bluray player: Oppo 93. First one had issues after 3 weeks got a new one sent to me. Having issues with the connection to the back of the tv getting hdmi cable locks to fix that issue. Seems more finecky then my ps3.
Front center: Klipsch RC52 II
Fronts: Klipsch RF52 II
Rears (4): Infinity satellite speakers from old ht in a box haha.
Subwoofer: Velodyne Impact 12.
Others: Ps3, old lg bluray gave out after 6 months.
Cables: Audioquest HDMI forest/cinnamon, audioquest x2 for front speaker cables.

Old setup with lg bluray player. Chris botti screen shot.

4 Rear speakers (will be upgraded in the future to klipsch bookshelfs.)

New setup with Oppo Bluray player.

Gladiator dvd screen shot with oppo.

Picture i took at the ny auto show displayed thru the oppo.

Book of Eli screenshot.


Off topic but how i was able to afford all this, the aftermath.




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Thanks for the replys on the BDP-93 thread!

Room looks good! Wish I had a decent setup in my bedroom but a 37" and HTIB does the job (a ****** job as far as sound goes) but Im hardly in there.

I have numerous buddies that ride and always fear that phone call that one of them is injured. Glad you're okay from that accident! And I think it was a good way to cash in on that settlement. Something I would do with a good chunk of change

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Yea just make sure they wear gear. 70mph crash on the highway didn't break a bone. Ruined my knees and future career as an auto tech but i'm still alive. Hate the fact that it was someone elses fault.

I do love how those Klipsch speakers sound, have always loved there sound so decided to get a nice front stage Klipsch setup. Sounds incredible listening to CDs and ipod. Need to get some SACDs to try out though.

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I have the same tv stand in my bedroom, but all of our other gear is different

Sucks about your accident

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philip have any issues with your hdmi connections not being tight at all? Between the tv and the oppo seems like the connection sucks to the tv. Got some hdmi locks to try and see if it helps.

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Nope - all my cables are monoprice and they are very secure. I've considered getting locking cables because of how inflexible the cables can be (sometimes scared they'll push themselves out when moving things), but I haven't had any issues yet.

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must be my audioquest cables then ill try the hdmi locks (not locking cables too expensive for just cables). Love your subwoofer on the bluray forums btw looks ridiculously bassy haha.

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thanks

i should get off the computer and start calibrating and enjoying it lol

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probably doesnt help that my cables were so damn close to my sub and my velodyne is directly behind the tv on the ground but oh well.

Def enjoying the sound, got back to the future this afternoon and just sounded so beautiful on the klipsch.

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Looks great! I really like those Klipsch speakers!!
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I have that center channel...love that speaker. I used the RB-61 (bookshelves) instead for fronts.

Impressive setup. For some people that "bedroom" setup would be their "main room" setup.

Sucks about the bike...it's replaceable...people aren't. Glad you're okay!

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Thanks guys, i LOVE the sound of em so crisp. This way everything i have now when i get my own home it will be my main system wont have to purchase anything else.

Just installed some ezlock hdmi locks and wow everything is solid now, going to order a few more.

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Nice speakers. I have listened to them and really liked them. Very dynamic.
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