Post pics of your Home Theatre/TV

Discussion in 'Digital Photography, Home and Portable Electronics' started by mcnabb311, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. mcnabb311

    mcnabb311 Maha Guru

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    Yeah I've always loved Infinities also. The price/performance the Polks have is just a little bit more enticing.

    And as far as subs go, I love my Sony sub. I forget it's frequency range right off the top of my head. I do know that it goes very low (like around 12hz?) and it's turned down to about 50% so it doesn't overpower my Bose. Even if I had some better speakers I don't think I'd replace it because it already shakes my kitchen cabinets and my big mirror over my fireplace. Might be just too dangerous :eek:
     
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    AJ²06 Ancient Guru

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    Nice TV ;)
     
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    and looking back[​IMG]
     

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    damn canadians and thier big ass tvs! nice dude nice!! i love that style living room, looks realy cozy in the winter :D
     
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    I like the classic two tower setup. Great for music..... I wish I had the room for stereo and a 5.1 setup.
     
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    ty, basement actually

    50" sony grand wega
    vintage KEF 104/2 speakers
    Audio Research LS3 pre-amp
    Adcom 555 amp
    etc
     
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    MR.BONES Master Guru

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    And the drums??:D
     
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    i bought them used in '87.
    they are '82 TAMA Superstars with Super Mahogony finish (the same ones Stewart Copeland, Neil Peart, Simon Phillips were using back in the day). it's really a 6 piece, just set-up 5 right now. Sabian cymbols and a Pearl double kick pedal.
     
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    Meta|Gear Pretty Hate Machine

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    great setup man
     

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    ty

    vote out the Liberals!! lol
     
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    This image is a little dark - but here goes anyways. :)

    [​IMG]

    this was taken from my "office" which is the back of our L sectioned livingroom, essentially... the TV is a Sony KP-53HS30 which does 4:3 and 16:9 native! best of both worlds... although, @ 16:9 it's more like a 48" wide screen, but it's still pretty big. :) 7.1 DTS by Yamaha RXV-1400 with a Paradigm cx200 center, Infinity RS-3's for front and back, and side channels are Warfdale bi-poles... the Sub is a Definitive PowerField 15 500watts continuous (1000 peak) 15" front firing, rear ported... that baddie rocks!! whew... :)

    the matrix screen saver on the TV is from my modded Xbox... I stream mp3's to it all day (netgear "g" bridge) for tunes un the "main" part of the apartment. :)

    EDIT: Oh yeah - 7 disk JVC progressive scan DVD player hooked with monster cable component video cables... wow did that make a difference... very sharp! :)
     
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    OMG! I had that AMP... I loved it... is yours the 8000 or 9000? I had the 8000. anyways... coolio! :)
     
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    mcnabb311 Maha Guru

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    I have the RX-9000V.
     
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    flash didnt seem to help very much but heres our setup, 53" sony tv, yamaha 6.1 home theatre, 5 disc cd changer, satelite etc

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     

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    hey - nice TV man. :)
     
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    CSI DVD-boxes, drool...

    Hmm yeah, we don't have anything that nice, but it seems that you own that all yourself so...
    Damn I want HDTV too, but it will take years to arrive and more years to make my father buy a TV that can use that technology.

    Here is our livingroom, we need a Hard disk digital receiver, these VHS's are just so awful. BTW that tv is almost 15 years old, I've watched it my whole life... Good for it's age, but AV-in is crappy.

    [​IMG]

    Hmm, I first took images without Flash, but with flash they are actually better with my camera.
     
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    Wow that's quite extreme lol

    I'd rather just have a projector and have it as big as i like :rolleyes:
     
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