Discussion in 'The HTPC, HDTV & Ultra High Definition section' started by hallryu, May 3, 2009.
I hope you don't permanently have it set to FREQ at it's max level...congrats otherwise.
I do, I let the amp do the crossover work. Still experimenting, but a crossover of 60Hz sounds to fit well.
well back home i use :
TV: LG Scarlet 37" full HDTV
A/V decoder: The decoder of the Logitech Z-5500
my PC as a HTPC
Speakers: Logitech Z-5500
When I got the new telly it had an issue. They repaired it only to find out that the telly then had a new problem. Thus a second repair was needed.
So I got angry and contacted Philips, had a chat about their quality control policy as a result I received a Blu-ray player for free as compensation.
Nice!, nothing better than free stuff to compensate!
Jeez mate - you must have an enormous mailbox...
(are you sure it was addressed correctly..? )
I wish, the lazy ass postal service just put a note in my mailbox saying I had to pick it up at the post office. It's 30 kilos so my back hurts! If it's larger than a DVD they don't bother carrying it with them!
How big is it - how many inches?
Edit: I'm talking about the Sub btw - I already know how big your Peen is..
ok nm I just saw the 10" on the box. 30kg's man that's heavy...
Just picked up some B&W DM601 S2's to replace my faithful Celestions and i have to say i'm jus a bit pleased with them (Not so sure the neighbours are so keen tho but ohhh well never mind ... lol )
Not quite ready to retire the celestions tho so now its time for a 7.1 Amp i think ... lol
T.V. LG 42lgx 42" 1080p 120hz
Receiver: JVC 7030v older 7.2 no hdmi
Speakers: Sony 5 surround sa-wx700 sub
Devices: WII,, ATT Uverse, HTPC TT lanbox 4870 7750be liteon BD auzentech xplosion 2 tb win7 RC
Network: 8 port switch, NAS 640gb raid0, 3 pc wireless N
Internet: Uverse 18max 18mb/s down 1.5mb/s up
Ikea Lack furniture to tie it all together.
Probably next purchase will be a TrueHd receiver with hdmi upscaling.
Montior: Westinghouse L2401nm
PC:the setup in sig
LG Blu ray/HD dvd combo dvd burner
Asus Xonar HDAV13 /w 2xLME49720HA I/V + 2xLME49710 Buffer
Amp: Qinpu Q1(connected to sound card by RCA cable)
Speakers: Sony BB-1000 (banana plugs)
HP: ultrasone HFI-780(line out on amp)
I gonna have to add the pictures later on when I have my psu back in my desktop
thank you, its my basement Man-cave.
Looks like a great room! Only thing needed is a beer fridge and toilet!
TV: Philips 47PFL3603D/F7 47" 1080P
AV Receiver/Speakers: HT-S9100THX THX I/S Plus 7.1 12" Subwoofer
Players: Playstation 3/Oppo DV-980H/HD-DVR
Stands: Sanus Systems BF-24B Wood Speaker Stands = Front; Sanus Systems BF-31B Wood Speaker Stands = Rear
Cabling: Monoprice Premium - 12 Guage Speaker Wire, 24K Banana Plugs
Setup costing around $2600.00 for everything including PS3
I was using a 5.1 Kenwood system a year ago which I replaced with the Logitech Z5500 which I also have on my PC. I didnt think I could get that much more volume and clarity in this system honestly over the Z5500's for only a $1000 but the Onkyo receiver and speakers are great and the Logitech is not even close to being in the same league as these. It finally feels like a movie theatre but neighbors are getting mad... lol
TV is great, blu-ray is great and the sound system is the best Home Theatre in a Box guaranteed!!! Very precise and loud sound and 12" sub is killer. PCM, DTS-HD MA, and Dolby TrueHD are amazing. Im not currently using the 7.1 setup all the time but when I do watch a blu-ray such as 3:10 to Yuma that supports it I do stick the Surround Rears behind me on the wall.
Sweet setups there guys! I have recently photographed my 3 monitor setup consisting of one 22" display sided by two 15"s. After seeing this live I never want to just singlize anymore.
Came over a great deal on a used Dynavoice Definition DC-5 center speaker a week ago so I couldn't resist. Amazing upgrade of the one I had. Hybrid tweeter arrangement with one soft dome tweeter and one ribbon tweeter doing the highest frequencies. Dual 5,25" kevlar mid/bass woofers with two large bass reflex ports on the back. It sounds excellent. Tweeters have a high resolution and are very detailed, and it's definitely packing alot more punch than my old one. Did some tests with Band of Brothers and it is supreme!
Always good to get a deal you can't refuse
Felt like that with the B&W's i got recently ... and they still put a smile on my face when i listen to em especially when i think of how much i paid for them
Still looking for a nice 7.1 amp tho