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post #151 of 258
Here are some of my latest Living Room 5.1 set up.









Stuff:
TV: Samsung UN-55B6000
BD/DVD: Oppo BDP83
Service: Fios w/ Tivo HD
AVR: Denon AVR-1610
Gaming: PS3 and Wii
Remote: Next Generation IR extender/Harmony 670
Speakers: Cambridge Soundworks Newton MC300
Subwoofer: SVS 25-31Pci

This is the first time I've hung a TV and had a dedicated closet for the components. I also keep my network printer and Fios router in there. Its nice to not have to worry about the "wires" anymore.
post #152 of 258
More pics and details in my build threat, link in my sig.



post #153 of 258
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Originally Posted by deromax View Post

More pics and details in my build threat, link in my sig.

That looks pretty "dedicated"! Is it used for anything but that...?


edit: ok I looked at your thread - it is less dedicated than it looks. I'd almost say it falls into both categories (if that's possible)
post #154 of 258
It is "the" living room but it's pretty dedicated, so yes, both categories!
post #155 of 258
Well here it is. Nothing fancy. I really need to do something with it. I was thinking of building some sort of a framework around the screen and hide the speakers within it. Maybe cover it with some fabric that won't mess up the sound. I don't know. My options are limited in this room.











post #156 of 258
they make me post 3 messages to upload pictures... sorry about that. this is the 3rd message. stupid.
post #157 of 258
Then why do you not just use imageshack.us to load on and use the URL's to post here? It is free, requires no registration and it gives you the BBC codes as well to post in forums. Just a thought.............
post #158 of 258
i would classify any room without a coffee table as dedicated!

here's some pics of mine. Still working on getting Front PJ, roughin's are all there though.

Equipment List:
Panny 58v10
Denon 790
Sammy 3600 BluRay
Wii
Popcorn Hour A-110
Paradigm Monitor 7 v3 fronts, CC390 Centre and ADP390 Surrounds




post #159 of 258
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Originally Posted by gammanuc View Post

Thanks.
The screen will only move if someone walks swiftly very close to it, otherwise it doesn't budge even while playing the Wii.

I just found this thread, and would like to know what screen it is?

I currently have a 50" Pioneer Plasma, but would like the bigger picture for movies, etc.

Also, How do you send picture to either display or projector?

Thanks,
Jay
post #160 of 258
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Originally Posted by JayMan007 View Post

I just found this thread, and would like to know what screen it is?

I currently have a 50" Pioneer Plasma, but would like the bigger picture for movies, etc.

Also, How do you send picture to either display or projector?

Thanks,
Jay

The screen is Optoma's Panoview GrayWolf II. I have a cheap hdmi splitter from Monoprice for using both displays. It will automatically switch to the display that is on.
post #161 of 258
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Originally Posted by gammanuc View Post

The screen is Optoma's Panoview GrayWolf II. I have a cheap hdmi splitter from Monoprice for using both displays. It will automatically switch to the display that is on.

Thanks.

It looks like you are using two speakers for your center channel... how are they connected to your AVR? -does it have dual connections for Center, or do you have two sets of cables from the center channel?

My older Denon 3200 had an A & B center channel speaker out, but my newer Denon 3808 only has a single center channel speaker out.
post #162 of 258
I no longer have two speakers as my center, I have a Paradigm cc190 there now.
Apparently you can damage your receiver if it is not properly connected (depending on the ohms of your speakers). I just had the + and - split in two at the speakers so the center channel amp was powering both speakers. It worked well and sounded great but I didn't listen at high volumes. In the end I decided to safe and go with a proper center.
post #163 of 258
My first home theater...finally have an apartment I could set one up in...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/2823175...7623452377417/

24" Samsung LCD
Logitech 5.1 Speaker system

whenever the IRS gets around to sending me the other half of my tax refund I'll be upgrading the TV to something a little more respectable (no longer will I watch what is essentially a PC monitor :P).
post #164 of 258
Took a year, but finally finished!





post #165 of 258
that living room has a very...basement type layout
post #166 of 258
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Took a year, but finally finished!

That's freaking sweet!
post #167 of 258
I love it! The workout area is my favorite part, actually.

What's the big space to the right of the theater area?
post #168 of 258
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Originally Posted by antwon412 View Post

that living room has a very...basement type layout

isn't the definition of a living room a room you do your living in? So he lives in his basement...lots of people do...especially when they have a decent home theater setup...
post #169 of 258


RTROSE[/quote]

Where did you get the dvd/ cd wall mounts? any fronts pics?
post #170 of 258
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Originally Posted by Esco5710 View Post

Where did you get the dvd/ cd wall mounts? any fronts pics?

Ask and you shall receive.




Product link HERE.

Regards,

RTROSE
post #171 of 258
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Originally Posted by Fuzzybear50 View Post



What size is that screen, and who makes it?

Thanks,
Jay
post #172 of 258
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Originally Posted by RTROSE View Post

Ask and you shall receive.




Product link HERE.

Regards,

RTROSE

I appreciate the pics.. Pretty pricey but look nice. How do you like them? durable? worth the $$$?
post #173 of 258
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Originally Posted by Esco5710 View Post

I appreciate the pics.. Pretty pricey but look nice. How do you like them? durable? worth the $$$?

I really like them, they are durable the shelves could be a little thicker, but I have had zero issues. Worth the $$$ to me yes, they fit exactly the look and the size I needed for my room, but I guess that you would have to be the ultimate judge if they were actually worth the money.

Regards,

RTROSE
post #174 of 258
Subcribing
post #175 of 258
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Subcribing

Yeah, but that was a different thread...
post #176 of 258
[quote=gammanuc;18025310]Here's my room.. been cobbling the equipment together for several years.




Any ideas on where to find similar wallmounts as the one his units are on?
post #177 of 258
post #178 of 258
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Originally Posted by JayMan007 View Post

What size is that screen, and who makes it?

Thanks,
Jay

108" Draper - Matte White.
post #179 of 258
Work in progress. The room was already finished. Now i'm trying to retrofit a theater room, office, and treadmill.









In the closet.


post #180 of 258


Subwoofers are mounted in the room behind my living room, extensions through the wall. there are 2 sets of front speakers, the 2nd set are getting moved to front wide speakers when i get the chance to.
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