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post #1 of 33
Thread Starter 
I meant to start one for all the combos, but someone started one specifically for the Sammy. Lucky Gee needs some love, too.

My camera is a horrible point and shoot.



With perspective correction and various digital cleanup....



VHS, HD DVD, Blu-Ray, HD DVR and Upscaling DVD recorder... Will remove the VHS player and replace with a media extender when they finally become feasible. (Will remove the HD DVD if LG fixes the 4:3 upscaling bugs and the HD DVD playback issues with the BH200--yeah right.)
post #2 of 33
Cool setup. Unfortunately for me, right now my BH200 is connected to my tube tv in the bedroom since I wanted to watch national treasure bluray (i dont have the dvd). I'll be moving it back into the computer room later this week with my 32" lcd.
post #3 of 33
Thread Starter 
Daylight!



Circled the BH200... Ignore my girlfriends shoes on the right.

post #4 of 33
Are they really your girlfriends shoes? You can tell us, we won't tell anyone .

I'll see if I can post some photos over the next few days.
post #5 of 33
Hey, i've got that seagate harddrive too! But mine's only a 320gb. not sure what yours is.
post #6 of 33
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Hey, i've got that seagate harddrive too! But mine's only a 320gb. not sure what yours is.

500GB. You see that 622 down below that is its mate. I considered spending the $200 to bump up to a 722 as the 622 is the only silver component in my setup, but I'm not that vain.
post #7 of 33
This is the LG BH100 into a Lumagen HDQ at 1080p24 in and out putting 1080p48 to a Moome HDMI card in my Electrohome Marquee 8500 CRT projector onto a 12 foot da-lite 1.3 gain screen.







Athanasios
post #8 of 33
Nice! Keep those screenshots coming!
post #9 of 33
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Nice! Keep those screenshots coming!

Thanks, to me nothing beats CRT projection.Not to start a digtal analog war, you just cant get that film look with digital. Fade to black where the room goes completely dark and you thin the Projector shut off just wows people. Also if anyone is serious about Video you need to calibrate the set. Grey Scale and Color Calibration for Dummies helped out a lot to get those screen shots look they way they do.

Athanasios
post #10 of 33
Finally moved my BH200 back with the Samsung 32".

And then my Brand New Xbox 360!!! (Yes, the face plate already has a crack so the USB cover already broke from delivery. Need to get a new one. )

post #11 of 33
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Originally Posted by pobff View Post

Finally moved my BH200 back with the Samsung 32".

And then my Brand New Xbox 360!!! (Yes, the face plate already has a crack so the USB cover already broke from delivery. Need to get a new one. )


That setup looks mighty familar.

Going to go find the Sun and see If I can Touch it.
post #12 of 33
nashou66,

Are those Narnia screenshots from BD or SD DVD ?
post #13 of 33
Here are a couple of shots from my BH200, on a Panny 50" Plasma.







post #14 of 33
Hey allargon

nice set up and cracking PQ! Congratulations!

John H
post #15 of 33
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Originally Posted by lgans316 View Post

nashou66,

Are those Narnia screenshots from BD or SD DVD ?

Blu Ray, two are from the first movie and the middle one is from a preview from one of my other BD.

Athanasios
post #16 of 33
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Originally Posted by Hazmat View Post

That setup looks mighty familar.

Going to go find the Sun and see If I can Touch it.

Ah, I see we like to use a different name in a different forum.
post #17 of 33
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Originally Posted by guste View Post

Here are a couple of shots from my BH200, on a Panny 50" Plasma.


Wao that is one of the coolest TV stand I've seen. Congratulations!!!
post #18 of 33
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Nice sub, Guste! How big is that thing? It looks like almost 15-20"!
post #19 of 33
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Wao that is one of the coolest TV stand I've seen. Congratulations!!!

rveras, thanks for the kind words! I built the wall from 2x4s and then attached ultrasuede fabric panels with some heavy duty velcro. I'm pleased with the look.

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Originally Posted by allargon View Post

Nice sub, Guste! How big is that thing? It looks like almost 15-20"!

allargon, it's an old Mirage PS-12 and although the cabinet is somewhere around 18" sq, it's actually a 12" sub. It's a bit muddy on the low end and I know newer subs can run rings around it - when it comes to performance characteristics, but for sheer bass it's great. Positioned in the corner there (prime sub placement for maximum bass output), it feels like the house is coming apart at times!
post #20 of 33
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Originally Posted by guste View Post

rveras, thanks for the kind words! I built the wall from 2x4s and then attached ultrasuede fabric panels with some heavy duty velcro. I'm pleased with the look.

Question is the wall you built for any other purpose than looks (not that there is anything wrong with that lol), just Im curious.

Looks great btw.
post #21 of 33
Those are lovely photos Guste. I've been meaning to upload my photos.
post #22 of 33
Unfortunately my digital camera sucks in low light. Best picture I could get.


My Setup Sharp Aquos 52" LCD, Onkyo 604, BH200, RCA LD, PS3 & Wii
post #23 of 33
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Originally Posted by BallsDeepX View Post

Question is the wall you built for any other purpose than looks (not that there is anything wrong with that lol), just Im curious.

Looks great btw.

BallsDeepX, thanks for the compliment! As for your question, it was driven completely by aesthetics, as even with my low-profile mount, the television sat farther from the wall than I liked. The total width of the wall and panels is about 3 inches, which allows the television to sit flush.

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Those are lovely photos Guste. I've been meaning to upload my photos.

bradavon, thanks for the kind words and an incredibly belated congrats on picking up your player
post #24 of 33
Once Again LGBH100 On a 12 foot wide screen from a Electrohome Marquee 8500 CRT front Projector at 1080p48hz.\\ from the same batch of pics as before.

Shoot em Up



Narnia



Athanasios
post #25 of 33
I am reviving this thread beauce I have been attempting to Blend two VDC Marquee 8500 Ultra Longbow CRT projectors onto a 12 foot screen using the Tv_one C2-2250 edge blending video processors and the BH200 as the source, 1080p@72Hz



Athanasios
post #26 of 33
Ok Here are some of Gran Prix HD-DVD on my BH-200 On a 12 foot screen via two VDC marquee 8500 Ultra CRT projectors Blended












Athanasios
post #27 of 33
Some more : Also i decided to show to some who might not know what Edge Blending is exactly, so i shut off each PJ and took shots then with both on.





Ok now here is the edge blend demo pics each is approximately a 1.3 (1064x800) image with the edges faded by the Tv-One C2-2250 processors, one for each Projector fed my a moome MUX-HD hdcp stripper.






And now Both Projectors on for the full 2.40 image




Come on Guys anyone else???



Athanasios
post #28 of 33
Amazing work, nashou66, but are two projectors really necessary on a 12' screen? I have a screen that is 122" (10') and one projector seems to handle it just fine. In fact, I normally have it on the lowest illumination setting.
post #29 of 33
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Originally Posted by 360_4_EVER! View Post

Amazing work, nashou66, but are two projectors really necessary on a 12' screen? I have a screen that is 122" (10') and one projector seems to handle it just fine. In fact, I normally have it on the lowest illumination setting.

What type of Projector? With a CRT its best to utilize the entire tube face. if showing a 2.4 blu ray movie your only using avery small area and squeezing the 800 lines into a smaller area. With work you can get the 1920 vertical lines in with timing alterations but it be less strain on the electronics if you spread the 1920 over two PJ's. also blending is great for those older 4x3 digital Pj's that have lower resolution than 1080p. So now you can do that, or with digitals and a 4k source you could blend 4 PJ's if you wanted to. These units have edge blending capabilities on all four sides. Slick equipment, but pricey. The 1:1 pixel maping is very nice also and does a great job. I love the BH200 Tv-One combo, very very nice. Also its just fun to be able to do it, kinda a cool factor involved. Not many Blend set ups in Home theaters around the world, Antorsea is working on a PC blend solution with Nvida cards and some custom programing he is writing.

Nashou
post #30 of 33
I have a Panasonic PT-AE900U, which is an LCD projector.
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