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- Nahaz - 2011-07-18 11:22
New apartment, updated setup:
Sketchup overview of the room:
Front view without any of the 2 screens down.
Front view with the 2,35:1 screen down.
Back of the room, waiting for a merge of the Audio Engine build before I put up the last 4 speakers (surround back) for DTS-HD.
Right side without the side drapes in place (impossible to take pictures in full batcave mode). First reflex sound absorber in view + first 2 of the 3 surround right speakers.
- Kaitlyn2004 - 2011-07-19 00:46
^--- holy that thing looks intense!
- |Tch0rT| - 2011-07-19 18:09
Equipment in the pics:
MartinLogan ElectroMotion ESL
MartinLogan Encore TF
DIYMA R12's in a 3cu ft test box ported to 30hz off a hidden 800 watt amp. I need to get the box redone to be more HT friendly.
XBMC HTPC (Zacate, 4GB RAM, and 5.5TB storage)
Stuff on the A/V rack:
Lord of the Rings Platinum Series Special Extended Edition Collector's Gift Set Argonath, Gollum, and Minas Tirith sculptures
LittleBigPlanet 2 Collectors Edition bookends and Sackboy.
Killzone 3 Helghast Edition helmet and sniper figure
God of War 3 Ultimate Edition Pandora's box
Grand Theft Auto 4 Limited Edition lock box
Next up are some acoustic panels and a Logitech Harmony 700.
- Superorb - 2011-07-19 20:45
PyRo1509 Wrote:So here is my humble setup.
Pretty cool. Care to explain your script in detail? You can PM me if you'd like.
- Kaitlyn2004 - 2011-07-19 20:57
Superorb Wrote:Pretty cool. Care to explain your script in detail? You can PM me if you'd like.
Really, you find it more accurate? So far I've only run into ONE issue and that was because years for a movie on IMDB and TMDB didn't match up...
- Superorb - 2011-07-19 21:10
Kaitlyn2004 Wrote:Really, you find it more accurate? So far I've only run into ONE issue and that was because years for a movie on IMDB and TMDB didn't match up...The person I quoted found it more accurate, that's part of the reason why I requested more info
- seand - 2011-07-19 21:49
Queball Wrote:Unraid--I have virtually the same UnRAID setup except 3 more HD's (tried some Hitachi drives to mix it up). Haven't messed with Airvideo.
Do you use the HD Homerun for PVR and if so do you automate adding recorded shows to the UnRAID and how?
- Queball - 2011-07-19 22:53
seand Wrote:I have virtually the same UnRAID setup except 3 more HD's (tried some Hitachi drives to mix it up). Haven't messed with Airvideo.
Definitely look into Airvideo. It's a pretty simply install and setup using the package manager in Unmenu.
I use the HD Homerun's (1 tuner each - got them for a great deal when the dual tuner versions came out) for live TV/PVR in Windows Media Center on a Windows 7/XBMC machine and for live tv on an openelec machine. They've worked without a hitch.
I also wanted to automate adding the recorded shows to the Unraid. For a while I used MCE Buddy to convert the .wtv files generated by WMC to .ms-dvr (XBMC can play)files then it automatically saves them to the Unraid server in a single "dump" location. I then had to had to rename and move them into my TV folder hierarchy. The main reason I wanted to do this was to be able to watch shows I recorded with WMC on my openelec box. The renaming and moving became to much of a hassle though and MCE Buddy didn't work flawlessy for me. This is a very recent hobby for me so I don't have much experience and suspect that there are much better solutions.
I want to try the Windows PVR branch of XBMC but haven't had the time to research/learn everything that is involved yet.
Suggestions or advice is definitely welcome!
- michaudtime - 2011-07-20 11:19
This is my little setup, I live in base housing in japan so there is kinda a limit of what I can do as far as running wires and permanently mounting stuff and all that fun things!!
Samsung HL67A750 67" DLP
Onkyo TX-SR607 7.2-Channel Receiver
Sub 1: Yamaha YST-RSW300
Sub 2: Yamaha YST-RSW315
Rears: 2X Yamaha NS-F210
Fronts: 2X Yamaha NS-333
Center: Yamaha NS-C444
Acer Aspire Revo AR1600-U910H with upgraded ram & 16 Gig SSD Running XBMC
Acer Easystore server with 6.5 TB of space (I currently have 1,090 Movies and 6,994 episodes of shows on it)
Bluray/dvd player is my PS3
Xbox 360 slim for gaming
Turtle Beach X41s (for when I have to be quite)
Wii (hacked to run the games off an External HDD)
the seating is kind of limited to how the room is shaped and what they have here on base at the furniture store.
Oh and I threw in a picture of my Bar top arcade that I'm working on. It's not perfect but hey... it works and I can play nonstop TMNTs!!!
I've got 3 Apple TV 2's upstairs in each bedroom that all run down to the server... but I don't think there setups are anything cool or anything. Hope you enjoy.
- michaudtime - 2011-07-20 11:20
Sorry would only let me post 6 pics at a time