Hello guys, this will be the place where I'm going to update my living room with home theatre.
First let me say thanks to all members of this amazing community for the amount of knowledge I've gained reading the forums, for pointing me out to get one of the best sounding systems I've ever heard, and to amaze with the wild things some members do around here.
I wish I lived in the U.S. every single project I try to accomplish would be much, much easier. Living in Panama is complicated I only been here around 2 years (I'm from Venezuela) I still don't know where to find good labour to help me with the projects, specialized stores, general help so to speak.
Not only the lack of knowledge of the country isn't helping me out, is the way they build here, as in Venezuela here every structure is made with bricks, not like in the U.S. where you guys use drywall if you need to modify something you just grab a saw and your are good to go.
My equipment right now consists in:
DefTech STS Front Speakers
DefTech Ten Centre Speaker
DefTech Gem XL Surround Speakers
DefTech Supercube III LFE
Pioneer VSX 1120
Htpc ASROCK Vision 3D
Xbox 360 250gb with kinect
Set top box:
Cable Onda with HD Channels (Panamanian cable company)
Logitech Harmony 900
Right now I have everything lying in the floor while I find the perfect media centre for my stuff, the only thing that is done is the TV mounted on the wall.
I'm looking for modern minimalist furniture to conceal my hardware, but it's been really hard, as the stores here in Panama that sells that kind of stuff are really expensive, and the places I've found in the state with that kind of furniture are very limited with the choices.
I'm leaning towards a module from BO Concept or Hacking some furniture from Ikea, the price difference is huge, but I also guess it would be the quality.
I will try to take some nice pictures of everything in the floor
Edit: here are the pics, please excuse the mess, but I'm trying to find the perfect furniture for my stuff and no luck yet. IMG_0966
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