Post your AV set up?

Discussion in 'The HTPC, HDTV & Ultra High Definition section' started by hallryu, May 3, 2009.

  1. kanej2007

    kanej2007 Ancient Guru

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    Dam, he seemed a nice guy, oh well, $hit happens...

    My A/V setup coming soon, when I've got time to actually take a picture of it.
     
  2. Redemption80

    Redemption80 Ancient Guru

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    He was bi-polar so you never knew what you were going to get.

    What gear you got/getting?
     
  3. r0k0

    r0k0 Ancient Guru

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    Here is my Cheap HTPC Setup

    LG 42" 1080P
    Denon AVR-1506 Receiver Bought on eBay for DIRT cheap :)
    2x Pionner Towers 105W RMS, VIVID Self Powered 12" 300W RMS Sub with Twin 4" 45W RMS Center
    Samsung DVD-Bluray Player, Bell HD-PVR Receiver

    HTPC Specs

    Intel Core i7 960 w/ Corsair H70 Push - Pull
    MSI Big Bang X-Power X58
    3x 4GB Corsair Vengance DDR3-1600
    HIS Radeon HD 5870 850 / 1200
    1TB Western Digital Black SATA 6.0
    Asus DVD-Bluray Burner
    OCZ ModXstream-PRO 700W
    Corsair Graphite White 600T

    Considering getting a Corsair GS600 PSU Soon

    Pics from Iphone 4S

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  4. Penal Stingray

    Penal Stingray Banned

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    Heres my 2012 Set up Courteousy of Samsung Electronics, 3D plasma and samsung 5.1 blue ray 3D home theater system with 3d Sound Plus Technology, i dont even watch movies on the theater anymore i just wait till blue ray comes out.

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  5. signex

    signex Ancient Guru

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    TV: Philips 32PFL5507h (i had 40inch, but it was way to big for my little room)
    Speakers: Panasonic SC-BTT490 (i just got it today)
     
  6. circeseye

    circeseye Master Guru

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    heres mine

    72in mitsubishi 3d 120htz dlp
    300 watt rca 5.1
    the front and rear speakers i made myself. t
    he front has a 8in sub 3in mid and 1 1/2 in hi gain tweet
    the rear has a 6in sub 2in mid and 1 in hi gain tweet
    center is a 4in mid
    subwoofer is a 500watt 12in monster

    this set up is for my main computor
     
  7. neubdetat

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    50" Panasonic Plasma (forgot the model number, but last generation one) (for home entertainment and games)
    24" ASUS Proart PA246Q (for daily computer usage and photo processing)
    Denon 1713 (after my beloved 1910 blew)
    B&W 685 series front + subwoofers (610)
    Marantz 7300 series cd player
    Xbox, PS3 and cable box.
     
  8. TirolokoRD

    TirolokoRD Ancient Guru

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    Pics guys, this looks a little boring without them....
     
  9. BLEH!

    BLEH! Ancient Guru

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    PC (specs left).
    Screen: Dell U2711 27" @ 2560 x 1440
    Speakers: KRK Rokit 5 Studio Monitors
    Soundcard: Focusrite Saffire Pro 40.
     
  10. TirolokoRD

    TirolokoRD Ancient Guru

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    Hey John,

    How you manage to deal with the space?, or you are connected to a server? and if so, how?
     

  11. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    Yeah, I have a ~17TB file server running WHS 2011. I connect through... LAN?
     
  12. TirolokoRD

    TirolokoRD Ancient Guru

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    If you want to stream that from another location away from your house, how could you do it?
     
  13. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    I suppose I could make the content available through the Internet if I wanted, maybe through HTTP or something, but it's not something I've ever needed or tried myself. My upload wouldn't be fast enough to stream some of the BD remuxes that are up-to 40GB in size anyways.
     
  14. TirolokoRD

    TirolokoRD Ancient Guru

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    Thanks John, is that my friend is stuck with a WD TV live and a Mybook 6tb, it is not reading it and that version of my book does not have ethernet to stream it.
     
  15. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    Can't he just connect it via USB? Going through the Internet for local streaming is a really bad idea in the first place.
     

  16. TirolokoRD

    TirolokoRD Ancient Guru

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    For some reason the WD TV does not recognize the drive. Was reading the forums, it looks like there is some limitation of drive size, and beside the mybook is in RAID config, so that must be too.
     
  17. TwoPlusTwo

    TwoPlusTwo Master Guru

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    Here is my gameroom (sorry, old pics on old phone):

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    Pioneer Kuro Elite PRO-101FD, 7.1 Surround Sound, PC specs in username info.
     
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    I have a samsung 6770 40" 3d LED tv nowadays, when i first got it i kinda though i'd need to take a break from gaming due to the incredible mouse lag.
    Anyways, firstly i found 'gaming mode' which helped matters then i found a high speed hdmi 1.4 to dvi-d cable that makes the picture even more responsive and sharp than just hdmi 1.4 alone (the tv has only hdmi inputs), and just yesterday i found the 'digital clear view' setting which is the cherry on top really.
    But sure it uses active 3d and it works a treat, even 2d to 3d conversion works great, so yeah ..got it set to 1080 60hz currently and couldn't be happier.
     
  19. N0sferatU

    N0sferatU Ancient Guru

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    got into my house and setup the rig

    XBMC HTPC
    70" 3D LED HDTV
    Marantz AVR
    Klipsch / Def Tech speakers
    Outlaw Subwoofer

    7.1 setup with the man couch in the center (dual recliner with cup holders and remote control storage bin)

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  20. yasamoka

    yasamoka Ancient Guru

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    Which seems to have fixed the overscan / underscan issue which I was insisting you solve as it lowers sharpness and adds video lag...
     

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