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Thats hot, i am still waiting to team up my Denon AVR with the Denon DVD.
Looks good
post #62 of 8018
Here is a shot of my 360 in my room in camp. Work in Oil and Gas sector in Northern Alberta and the camp rooms are small so this is about as big as I could go with my 46" DLP Samsung. I'll take some home photos with my 61" Toshiba and Panasonic AE900 with the 120" screen when I ever make it back and get the 360 hooked up to play on them again.
Cheers,
Calv1n
LL
post #63 of 8018
Here's my 360 set up....

post #64 of 8018
WOW...now THAT'S a wicked setup.
post #65 of 8018
touche Hyabusha
post #66 of 8018
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Here's my 360 set up....


Holy hell that's a whole 'lotta power.

You are either a bachelor or you are one of the few that has a woman that actually likes electronics. Married men with badass systems usually have to come up with ingenious ways to hide their stuff. You know, so the women don't think the HT looks obtrusive to the decor of the room, .
post #67 of 8018
Thread Starter 
nice, but how big is the room?
post #68 of 8018
That light bill must be a killer
post #69 of 8018
holy crap at Hyabusha, I think I'll take one of his and Sowk's for my bedroom
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post #71 of 8018
sweet collection.. seems like you have some rare items going on there..
post #72 of 8018
funcojoe, go ahead and email whatever that "bun-full" still image you have on your screen.

Thanks!

-JR
post #73 of 8018
You guys have very... artsy setups. By this I mean lots of little urns, decorative stones, ceramic tiles, wall hangings and the like. It's definitely interesting, but seems like it requires a lot of available wall and floor space.

No one goes for simply practical these days?
post #74 of 8018
SOWK, where did you get the Dolby signage?

post #75 of 8018
funcojoe...can I suggest something? And this is only going from your pictures (and I know your tv pic probably looks better in person)

Dial down the Contrast a little.
Bump up the Brightness a little.
Dial down that Color a little.

Looks good otherwise.

Just my opinion, take it or leave it.
later
post #76 of 8018
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Originally Posted by Slordak View Post

No one goes for simply practical these days?

pretty simple here
LL
post #77 of 8018
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Originally Posted by Ktulu_1 View Post

SOWK, where did you get the Dolby signage?


E-bay!!! 25 a peice!
post #78 of 8018
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Originally Posted by TheSkeptiks View Post

funcojoe...can I suggest something? And this is only going from your pictures (and I know your tv pic probably looks better in person)

Dial down the Contrast a little.
Bump up the Brightness a little.
Dial down that Color a little.

Looks good otherwise.

Just my opinion, take it or leave it.
later


Well I have been messing with the pic settings for the past week tryin to find something I like, I'll try out what you said and see how it looks. Alot of the settings I have seen on this forum that alot of people swear by make my pic wayyyyyyyy to dark. I'm trying to find the best setting for bright, vibrant colors, while not totally killing the black levels.
post #79 of 8018
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sorry, forgot the most important part... the pics. here you go.

Nice built-in cabinetry. Must get a lot of echos in there?
post #80 of 8018
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Originally Posted by Hyabusha View Post

Here's my 360 set up....

I cut the image for browsing friendliness...
Anyway how do you keep the "action figures" standing during movies, lots of glue?
post #81 of 8018
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I cut the image for browsing friendliness...
Anyway how do you keep the "action figures" standing during movies, lots of glue?

Nah, the Hulk just has big feet.
post #82 of 8018
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nice, but how big is the room?

12 x 13. Nice and cozy.
post #83 of 8018
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Nice built-in cabinetry. Must get a lot of echos in there?

The room is actually 10' x 15', and although it is hardwood floors, the area rug in the middle & popcorn ceiling helps to dampen the echoes.
post #84 of 8018
here is mine Panasonic TH-42PX50U

post #85 of 8018
sweeeeeeeeeet!!
post #86 of 8018
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E-bay!!! 25 a peice!

Thanks!
post #87 of 8018
*drools away*

Nice
post #88 of 8018
Just got my 360 yesterday....here's my dual set-up:

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Old Toshiba HDTV (1080p upgrade planned for 2006!)

Dell 24 inch Widescreen Monitor (XBOX 360/VGA)
post #89 of 8018
hey, tampabuc.. I see you finally got your 360! good stuff man.. Nice setup as well!
post #90 of 8018
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Just got my 360 yesterday....here's my dual set-up:

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Old Toshiba HDTV (1080p upgrade planned for 2006!)

Dell 24 inch Widescreen Monitor (XBOX 360/VGA)

I'm forbidden to see these pics.
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