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post #7831 of 8018
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Originally Posted by tronn View Post

this a temp setup. my 22in widescreen lcd monitor was recently replaced with a 37in widescreen vizio tv. TIS SCARY HUGE!

messin on cod4 avs thread:


using as a PC monitor:


xbox:


i call it my cod war-room east. lol. again nothing terribly exciting, but again the whole setup will start changing.

monkey island


some old school for all ya azz!

Just like me, replaced my 23 incher with a toshiba 37 inch 1080 lcd. can't go back.
post #7832 of 8018
Replaced my 37" Loewe LCD with a 50" Pioneer...



And after 7 years, my 1000th post!!!
post #7833 of 8018
Nice upgrade.
post #7834 of 8018
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Originally Posted by hdguynextdoor View Post

that's a nice setup wojcikc3, how are you liking the Polks?

They are great. I don't have an amp for them but they do well enough being powered by just the Onkyo 606 for my liking. I would highly recommend them.

For an update on my set-up that I am mostly playing COD:MW 2 on lately, I got an Epson 8100 and an Elite EZFrame 106" CineWhite screen. Bliss.



I'll take some in-game pics when I have some time.

(Oh, and I move the TV when I'm not using it.)
post #7835 of 8018
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Originally Posted by wojcikc3 View Post

They are great. I don't have an amp for them but they do well enough being powered by just the Onkyo 606 for my liking. I would highly recommend them.

For an update on my set-up that I am mostly playing COD:MW 2 on lately, I got an Epson 8100 and an Elite EZFrame 106" CineWhite screen. Bliss.



I'll take some in-game pics when I have some time.

(Oh, and I move the TV when I'm not using it.)

That's bananas!
post #7836 of 8018
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Originally Posted by MarkH View Post

Replaced my 37" Loewe LCD with a 50" Pioneer...

And after 7 years, my 1000th post!!!

Hehe, I knew you'd tire of that 37" screen size eventually Mark .

NICE, still luv the room!!!

Jason
post #7837 of 8018
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Originally Posted by neverfaithful View Post

Welcome to the official 3RRD Club, your are now officially a qualified member

Hey can I be member too?

mine died, and I looked it up online at microsoft but its too old to qualify for replacement
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post #7838 of 8018
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Originally Posted by wojcikc3 View Post

They are great. I don't have an amp for them but they do well enough being powered by just the Onkyo 606 for my liking. I would highly recommend them.

For an update on my set-up that I am mostly playing COD:MW 2 on lately, I got an Epson 8100 and an Elite EZFrame 106" CineWhite screen. Bliss.



I'll take some in-game pics when I have some time.

(Oh, and I move the TV when I'm not using it.)

That looks kool. What do you do put the flat screen on the floor when you watch TV? How come you didn't get a motorized screen?
post #7839 of 8018
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Originally Posted by MarkH View Post

Replaced my 37" Loewe LCD with a 50" Pioneer...



And after 7 years, my 1000th post!!!

Nice upgrade I have a 50" Pio from 2007 the 5070 and the picture on it still wows me everyday. The color is so accurate and deep. I recommend removing the speaker on the bottom, it will look a lot sexier. yes, flat screens can look sexy, especially if it is a Pioneer Plasma.
post #7840 of 8018
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Originally Posted by Posi12Bolt View Post

Hey can I be member too?

mine died, and I looked it up online at microsoft but its too old to qualify for replacement

Aww man that suck dude. I would call them and ask anyway if you can get a replacement, you never know. However, I have good news for you. You are now an official member of the 3RRD club. Congratulation and welcome.
post #7841 of 8018
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Originally Posted by neverfaithful View Post

That looks kool. What do you do put the flat screen on the floor when you watch TV? How come you didn't get a motorized screen?

Yes, I just move the TV when I use the pj. I had two choices:

1. Mount the TV to the wall and get a pull down screen.
2. Get a fixed frame screen and move the TV when not in use.

If I was going to spend a couple hundred dollars on a screen I wanted it to last more than a year or two. From what I've read about most pull down and electric screens they lose tension and waves start to become visible. I think I made the right choice.

The ceiling in the room is also vaulted at about 13 feet...

I currently rent in a house and will eventually have a dedicated room and just put the TV in a bedroom probably.
post #7842 of 8018
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Originally Posted by MarkH View Post

Replaced my 37" Loewe LCD with a 50" Pioneer...



And after 7 years, my 1000th post!!!

Love the color of the room!
post #7843 of 8018
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Originally Posted by MarkH View Post

Replaced my 37" Loewe LCD with a 50" Pioneer...



And after 7 years, my 1000th post!!!

Can you look at who makes the lamps you have in the photo. Browsing the Target website comes up with nothing. Nice setup by the way.
post #7844 of 8018
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Originally Posted by wojcikc3 View Post

If I was going to spend a couple hundred dollars on a screen I wanted it to last more than a year or two. From what I've read about most pull down and electric screens they lose tension and waves start to become visible. I think I made the right choice.

Oh really, is that right? I wanted to buy a motorized screen, now I am going to have to ask around and find out if what you said is true. But I do not really have any choice in the matter, since I do not have a dedicated room and I want to keep my flat screen on wall for normal viewing.
post #7845 of 8018
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Originally Posted by Caswell View Post

Here's my humble media room. The Wii is out in the living room hooked up to my Panny 42" plasma.

The wife didn't buy into surround sound / HD / etc, so it's been done on a shoestring budget. I think it's around $800 minus the 360. Still, I've been really happy with the results.

My wife wanted the room setup so that it looked "normal" if you passed by in the hall, which actually works given the layout of the room.







I like your room a lot. I really to get some ottomans exactly like these for my living room, which I'll be taking pics of and posting as soon as my 360 gets back from Microsoft on Thursday.
post #7846 of 8018
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Originally Posted by tronn View Post

some old school for all ya azz!

My eyes, MY EYES!!!! Why would you stretch Actraiser like that? It looks like he's an overweight dwarf!
post #7847 of 8018
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Originally Posted by cstmstyle View Post

Can you look at who makes the lamps you have in the photo. Browsing the Target website comes up with nothing. Nice setup by the way.

Well considering he does not live here in America would probably be a good reason why? But I would be interested in well as knowing where he got them as they do look really nice and perhaps they can be had here in the states somewhere.
post #7848 of 8018
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Originally Posted by HDgaming42 View Post

My eyes, MY EYES!!!! Why would you stretch Actraiser like that? It looks like he's an overweight dwarf!

Make that a well hung dwarf.
post #7849 of 8018
REAL MEN play Peggle. 'Nuff said. Actually not enough said. Think SPACE LIMITATIONS aka bedroom. Excuse the crappy phone camera.











Samsung 240hz 52" B750 w/"bias lighting" aka cheapo rope light from Wal-mart that actually works wonders. The bottom of the rope light looks detached from the TV because I need to constantly unhook it (not from the outlet, but from a thing right next to the ps3) when I'm not using it. There's no switch, no thanks to the genius who made it.

Pioneer HTIB (I actually love it, and the remote directly controls the 360!)

Original PS3 60gb behind the TV on the left (that black square looking thing)

Wii under the TV on the right (never ever gets used)

P.O.S 5 year old desktop on TOP of the subwoofer <_<<br />
HD DVR - far right dresser

360 Elite - far right dresser

Slim PS3 120gb - far right dresser

As you can see, this is all in my bedroom as I TRIED to sell my 67" LED DLP to get a 65" Plasma for the living room, but it got 'stolen'. So with no TV and not much cash, I moved everything (sans TV stand) to my room and went for the 52" 240hz LCD. I sit about 5-7 feet from it. I got too used to my 67" that 52" is too small if I sit any further than 7 feet.

I miss my old living room setup. It actually looked right. Not ghetto rigged like this. An HDTV on a freaking dresser. LOL

I SERIOUSLY have no space to put these things anywhere else.
post #7850 of 8018
My little setup in college
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post #7851 of 8018
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Originally Posted by memphis87 View Post

My little setup in college

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/attac...2&d=1260798137

I think maybe you're taking your gaming too seriously if you have to keep an anti-perspirant stick next to your monitor.
post #7852 of 8018
maximizing available desktop space, the college way!
post #7853 of 8018
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Originally Posted by spyder696969 View Post

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/attac...2&d=1260798137

I think maybe you're taking your gaming too seriously if you have to keep an anti-perspirant stick next to your monitor.

Haha maybe just a little bit! I should prolly calm down lol, but Stayin Fresh FTW

BTW my TV setup conists of:
50inch 1080p Costco Version of PZ80U, but with a vga input tv
20gb xbox 360
Original 20gb PS3
Cheap as surround sound....hey it works lol

My computer setup:
32 inch Dynex 720p
Cheap 2.1 setup by Altec Lansing with z-5500 sub attached, Creative external sound processor.....my Klipsch iFi is downstairs for our parties we throw. Thing gets stupid loud for a 2.1
Acer triple core 2.10ghz 4gb ram, 320gb hd
Assortment of great smelling colognes
And last, 0 gauge inline fuse holders....i am a car audio addict btw
post #7854 of 8018
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Originally Posted by Schloob1 View Post

Well considering he does not live here in America would probably be a good reason why? But I would be interested in well as knowing where he got them as they do look really nice and perhaps they can be had here in the states somewhere.

I believe in his other thread on one of the other sub-forums he bought the lamps from Target. It appears you can't buy anything online from the Target Australia site, at least not from here in the states. Maybe someone else knows where you can get these lights???
post #7855 of 8018
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Originally Posted by cstmstyle View Post

I believe in his other thread on one of the other sub-forums he bought the lamps from Target. It appears you can't buy anything online from the Target Australia site, at least not from here in the states. Maybe someone else knows where you can get these lights???

Interesting I stand corrected, did not realize there was Target in Australia. Well hopefully he'll get back to us with the info.
post #7856 of 8018
anyone remember the tv stand made up from different parts from IKEA?

I cant find the parts list(which was posted on one of these forums...dont remember which)
post #7857 of 8018
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Originally Posted by StoneRoses View Post

Here is mine




Is it wrong that this screenshot is funny to me?
post #7858 of 8018
ROFL LMAO Yes, but it is funny 8)
post #7859 of 8018
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Originally Posted by chiliDog View Post

ROFL LMAO Yes, but it is funny 8)

It's even funnier if you imagine "here is mine" being in a balloon.
post #7860 of 8018
Here is a pic of my setup.
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