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post #1 of 6 Old 08-26-2007, 09:47 PM - Thread Starter
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A little bit over a month ago I moved into my own apartment. It's somewhere that I'm leasing so I really didn't want to run cables through the wall or under the carpet. So as you can see in some of the pictures the area rug that is in the middle of the living room, that is where I ran the Component/DVI cables for the Projector and for rear surrounds. I feel I was lucky to find something like that because I love the way it looks (not too flashy or busy) and it matches perfectly with my furniture, carpet and the walls! http://www.flickr.com/photos/rdb4133...716729/detail/ I figured it would be easier to just link to my Flickr page since it already has notes on all of the different components and all! Thanks everyone for looking!
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Just wanted to let everyone know that I've gotten a couple upgrades to my setup recently. The Mitsubishi HC1500 720p DLP projector and the Xbox 360 HD-DVD Add-On. I'll put some pics up with the new toys soon!
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Sweet setup! How much did the original projector and screen cost you? Also, how do non-HD channels look on it?
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Sweet setup! How much did the original projector and screen cost you? Also, how do non-HD channels look on it?

Thanks! I actually don't have a screen at all. Since this is an apartment I'm renting I didn't want to put anything up like a screen, so it's just projecting onto the wall. The original Infocus 4805 when I bought it nearly 3 years ago was $900 I think. The Mitsu HC1500 that I bought more recently was also a bit over $900. It's looks great though!
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Nice dreamcast! I wish I hadn't sold mine years ago. I used to love playing powerstone and shenmue.
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Nice dreamcast! I wish I hadn't sold mine years ago. I used to love playing powerstone and shenmue.

The dreamcast was a great console that was VERY underrated for sure. That sucks you sold yours, but you can still get a used one from Half or eBay for fairly inexpensive and I'm sure the games are dirt cheap now too.
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