Look I'm back again just an update.
I Paired a set of Jamo C91 bookshelves with the Jamo JA12" under the computer desk, all in dark Apple I found the C91's in Groupon Goods the only game around for the C91's.
The Desk is rather crowded with the tower pc sitting just to the left of the desk, on the desk is the 2 bookshelf speakers, a 39" Toshiba TV it's my Game console / PC monitor, right in the middle under the Allsop laptop stand the TV sits on it and under it is the PS4 with a 4TB Hybrid HDD nestled in the Nyko DataBank Plus.
Next up to the right is the Phone and at an angle Bridging the Desk top edge and another table is the Sony A/V Receiver, on top of the Receiver is a Samsung 23" All in One Touchscreen PC, next to that is another Allsop Stand with a 14" Laptop on top and a PS3 residing under it.
On the rest of the Desk I have the wireless keyboard for the samsung sitting just under the forward lip of the PS4 and along the front desk edge resides a Asus Transformer tablet, below that on the pull out keyboard drawer is a Full size keyboard stacked on top of a SIIG Half size which is connected to the PS4.
So Going Way back to when Kevin (Kras Musik) was still around btw has anyone heard from him? on that note how about Denise the Infocus tech?
Anyways I had purchased a Infocus SP4805 from Kevin along with a custom pull down screen as the upgrade to my then 11 year old Sharp vision 35U that was a resolution upgrade but the Infocus didn't last long had to fix it numerous times for various things.
In my quest for the bookshelf speakers I happened to take a look at Chelsea audio Videos website in the scratch and dent section I was looking at some small B&W speakers they had and as I scrolled down I saw a True Gem they had a Brand spankin New still in a sealed box Pioneer Elite Pro Kuro FPJ1 Projector basicly it was a JVC DLA RS2U with Pioneer Badges.
So I went to Chelsea's and looked at the speakers and determined that they didn't meet my height -Width limitations but there was that projector using research I determined its throw and light output was just right for my room and it was the Best Projector for the money in 2008 according to the review at projector Central so I bought it for less than what I paid for the SP4805 $950
apparently they did an installation of a 4k and took it in as a trade, the Original buyer was building a room and never got around to installing it.
Well that was a few months ago and tonight when I got home I decided that it was a good night to install it.
Man that was a real bear to try and mount using my existing mount off the back wall, the projector is a bit heavy and overpowers the bolts on my Premier mount so I now have a sponge keeping it from resting against the back wall
What a beautiful picture it produces and it's so quiet unlike my old SP4805.
For now i'll continue using the 72" screen I have
Maybe the next upgrade will be a A/V processor that i can connect to my VSX-49TX since i'm lacking HDMI and have to use Toslink on the audio side of things from the Tv and sat box.
Hope everyone is doing well