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post #631 of 638 Old 01-20-2006, 09:01 AM
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Would you mind sharing what the white channel like thing is that you used to cover the wires?
It's a cable raceway. Got it from Home Depot. Wiremold cablemate.
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I guess the only thing I can say about almost ALL fo these setups;

Why do you guys have such small sets in such large rooms?

All these new houses with these huge rooms with just a 50" or worse yet 42" flat panel you really like Plasmas' that much over a RPTV? :confused:

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With all the large windows in my large room, lighting is an issue. Nothing can handle all that stray light like my plasma. When I get a dedicated media room, it will be projector time.
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I guess the only thing I can say about almost ALL fo these setups;

Why do you guys have such small sets in such large rooms?

All these new houses with these huge rooms with just a 50" or worse yet 42" flat panel you really like Plasmas' that much over a RPTV? :confused:
Most definately prefer a 42" Plasma over any RPTV. A RP image LOOKS like a RP image. Apples and oranges between direct view and Rear Projected. The viewing PQ is equal to all watching from whatever seat. the TV is clean and way unbotrusive. NO LAMPS to deal with. No mirrors to clean. No insects developing communities inside the box.

And when and if I want to upgrade to a larger display the 42" can easily be moved to another room and hung up.

Thats my reason and Im sticking to it.

But as they say size isn't everything.

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I'm envious of those spacious TV rooms. Seen some real great setups in this thread. Here's mine for comparison.
http://www.3digitaleyes.com/digi-photos/ec_ht_tv.jpg
New 32" LCD, HT, DVD Recorder/VCR combo (listed in my profile) and old Pioneer stereo system (6-disc CD changer, dual-deck cassette, tuner/amp) all in the year-old entertainment center. Everything bought cheaply as I could to put together my little media-oriented living room. Large speakers are up there for a reason... no space to spare elsewhere! That out-of-place-looking cable is for notebook computer attached to TV.
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This home office/HT/library is in a somewhat large rambling room, however I think that it fits the space

BTW, I built all of the HT furniture, including the stainless steel and glass component cabinent doors.

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OK, so where are the attachments that I uploaded to the previous post? As far as I know everthing worked, is there a maximun size jpeg that can be uploaded? WTF

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Hi All...

I will be closing this thread at this point and removing it from the site. We have a Gallery for this and to have a thread like this is just eating system resources with all the attachments and image calls to other servers. (Sorry...it went was long as we could.)

Please use the Gallery to show off your system. http://gallery.avsforum.com

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