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- joebrady - 2010-01-26 22:41
looks like an artist's representation of THe Great Wave
- Louike - 2010-01-26 22:44
Your right joebrady, it's a wall painting of some Japanese art i like.
- The_Dogg - 2010-01-27 01:23
I just discovered this concept today and for sure I'm getting a similar setup with the lights, I was thinking of just getting a lightstrip from IKEA (Dioder) but these phillips ambx lights looks interresting, I'll have a look at them.
- Juanflaco - 2010-01-27 04:24
Definitely not the most extensive but I've enjoyed putting this setup together over the past several months.
An Onkyo SR-TX606, Xbox 360 and Antec Microfusion 350 running XBMC on Vista reside in this rack I built a few weeks back. Speakers are Klipsch Quintet III with a cheap Aiwa sub next to the couch; projector is a 1080p Optoma HD20.
Projecting onto a DIY 91" diagonal cinemascope (2.39:1) screen, this is the fantastic Alaska skin with replacement icons and background, edited to match the throwback room decor.
What I like most about this setup is the potential I see for the room. I'm constantly thinking about the next phase, it's slow going but I'll sure be glad to ditch the 70's look and redo Alaska to match
- davilla - 2010-01-27 05:19
I could show you mine, but then I'd have to .... you know
- migueld - 2010-01-27 05:53
Juanflaco Wrote:Definitely not the most extensive but I've enjoyed putting this setup together over the past several months.
Wow looks great, classy look, matching skin.. sexay. Nice lighting effect too
- NineT9mustang - 2010-01-27 09:37
davilla Wrote:I could show you mine, but then I'd have to .... you know
I'm willing to ... if your setup is the last thing i see
- ForceTen - 2010-01-27 17:22
Asus Revo 1600 w/USB Live Install
Xbox360 HD DVD drive for external DVDs
HP USB IR Receiver
Sound Blaster USB sound card for Optical out
Pioneer Elite A/V receiver
Behringer FBD for optimizing bass response at seating positions
Monitor Audio Gold Reference speakers
Sanyo Z5 Projector (image is MUCH better than shown in picture)
- Silv8rfox - 2010-01-27 17:26
Haven't seen one yet quite as organised and tidy as my system. So here's the setup of a busy father with a four year old XBMC monster!!
Antex Fusion Case
4TB 720p content & Cartoons, shared around the house with the other XBMC boxes
Sony 5.1 amp
Wharefdale Valdus Speakers
37" Matsui TV
Logitech Dinovo mini controller
Hole lot of Kids mess!!
- joebrady - 2010-01-27 17:30
Silv8rfox Wrote:Haven't seen one yet quite as organised and tidy as my system. So here's the setup of a busy father with a four year old XBMC monster!!
- Silv8rfox - 2010-01-27 18:27
You wish yours was as organised as mine!
- DurhamDev - 2010-01-27 20:33
Silv8rfox Wrote:You wish yours was as organised as mine!
You got him. No need to rub it in. Oh btw, you forgot...
- pecinko - 2010-01-28 00:18
ForceTen Wrote:..Sanyo Z5 Projector (image is MUCH better than shown in picture)..Now that's THE home theater. Hardware is amazing, but armchairs.. are perfect:-)
BTW are visitors allowed without a tickets? :-)
- polo6979 - 2010-01-28 05:09
ForceTen...love the setup.
These are getting really good guys.. Keep'm coming.
- djdafreund - 2010-01-28 05:56
Yeah, looks pretty nice. wish i had a pic of my parents i designed. I used to work for a company in Atlanta called AVI. They have 2 columns in front with lighting, track lighting on sides, 120 inch 16x9 screen, curtains behind columns/screen, big popcorn maker machine, 3 rows of 8 chairs (bought from a known theater that closed in Atlanta.) with raised for each of 3 rows, and arms for each, and 2 more columns on back wall. And draped material on ceiling. 4 different wireless controls for the lighting on room. And curtains on all 4 walls. And then all the equipment. Let it be said THEY have a lot of money, not me. LOL