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I'm sure some of you are in apartments. I've just recently moved into one, it's a downgrade for me (the benefits of seperation!) and I'm looking for photos of layouts with dlp/lcd front pj's. I need some ideas for my layout, so I wann see what other apartment dwellers with front pj's are doing!
 

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Room:
http://www.n4te.com/images/misc/crib/livingroom1.jpg
http://www.n4te.com/images/misc/crib/livingroom2.jpg


Final layout (essentially what I ended up doing, though I swapped the kegerator with the plant, then got rid of the plant, then put the A/V rack behind the big couch nearest the hallway):
http://www.n4te.com/misc/pj/layout.gif


Finished, except for coffee table and PJ:
http://www.n4te.com/images/misc/crib/pjless.jpg


Lost my job, so can't afford PJ (Z2) right now. :(:(:( Thats why you still see that shtty TV.
 

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Yea, who need s a plant anyway? :p


Yep, everything is behind me. You can see Xbox in the last pic, which sits on top of the rack (until I get one of the new Bravo DVD players). There are no problems controlling stuff because I got a Home Theater Master MX-600 remote, which uses radio waves. The waves are picked up by a receiver that sits in the rack and signals are rebroadcast as IR which bounces off the wall in front of the rack and to be picked up by the equipment. It's the sweetest remote ever! I can control everything from 50 to 100 feet, through walls, etc. Picked it up for $200. Possibly the most important piece of the whole set up (seeing as how I don't have a PJ).
 
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