Post your AV set up?

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

  1. N0sferatU

    N0sferatU Ancient Guru

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    I hope you don't permanently have it set to FREQ at it's max level...congrats otherwise. :)
     
  2. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    I do, I let the amp do the crossover work. Still experimenting, but a crossover of 60Hz sounds to fit well.
     
  3. Sash

    Sash Ancient Guru

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    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
     
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    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    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.
     

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    TirolokoRD Ancient Guru

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    Nice!, nothing better than free stuff to compensate!
     
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    Jeez mate - you must have an enormous mailbox...:D

    (are you sure it was addressed correctly..? :p)
     
  7. John

    John Ancient Guru

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    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!
     
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    Pill Monster Banned

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    How big is it - how many inches?


    Edit: I'm talking about the Sub btw - I already know how big your Peen is..;)
     
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    Pill Monster Banned

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    ok nm I just saw the 10" on the box. 30kg's man that's heavy...
     
  10. *Rogue*

    *Rogue* Master Guru

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    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
     
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  11. adam1378

    adam1378 Master Guru

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    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.
     
  12. GenClaymore

    GenClaymore Ancient Guru

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    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
     
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    adam1378 Master Guru

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    hallryu Don Altobello

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    Very nice!:thumbup:
     
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    adam1378 Master Guru

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    thank you, its my basement Man-cave.
     

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    hallryu Don Altobello

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    Looks like a great room! Only thing needed is a beer fridge and toilet!:)
     
  17. mattymaxima

    mattymaxima Member Guru

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    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.

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    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.
     
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    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!

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  20. *Rogue*

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    Sounds nice
    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
     
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