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Post Your Home Cine & HiFi Kit...

Discussion in 'Home Cinema & Hi-Fi' started by -AnthraX-, 25 Oct 2003.

  1. Jaaay

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 7 Mar 2007

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    Location: Birmingham, UK

    I believe its a 65" from the product code, damn thats big :eek:
     
  2. agw_01

    Capodecina

    Joined: 11 Apr 2004

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    That sub is lush! Looks like a coffee table with the glass(?) top. Love it.
     
  3. TomO

    Mobster

    Joined: 28 Oct 2002

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    what speakers are they and is that the centre thats up really high?
     
  4. poltergeist666

    Gangster

    Joined: 21 Feb 2003

    Posts: 381

    Location: Southampton

    Cheers - Bought it when they first came out on the market, just before last
    Christmas - £8000.

    The one at the back is the 65" 1080P Panny TH65PX600
    One at the front, is a 50" Pioneer PDP504HDE

    Cheers - it's also the baddest, best sounding coffee table I know of. :)

    The main L/R's are Acoustic Energy AELite 2's.
    That is indeed the centre speaker, a KEF Centre 200 - and your'e right, it's location is far from ideal. I wanted to keep the panel as low as possible, so the centre speaker position was the trade off.

    But, it don't sound half bad!!!
     
  5. Hamish

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    Location: Deepest Yorkshire

    Competitor extra value stand, usually costs more but cheaper when bought at the same time as the TV.
     
  6. HatMan

    Hitman

    Joined: 2 Oct 2007

    Posts: 594

    Location: Cardiff

    I run.......
    • TagMcLaren AV32R 7.1 with 192KHz DACs actually used to the test unit of the great Dr Udo Zucker himself Serial no 22.
    • Tag McLaren DV32FLR
    • Parasound HCA2205 5 channel power amp
    • Parasound HCA1000 2 channel power amp for EX channel
    • Kef Reference Model 4s
    • Kef Reference Centre 200
    • Kef Reference RDM 1 for side and back surround
    • B&W ASW 4000 subwoofer
    • SKY+ box
    • Panasonic S'VHS deck
    • XBOX
    • Quad Core PC with Vista 64bit connected to the TAG digitally.
    • Pioneer CLD97 Elite LDP
    • Meridian 519 RF Demodulator
    • Sony 29" Display
    • 100mm thick granite plinths for Model 4's
    • Centre 200 wall mounted on custom brackets and Nordost Pulsar points.
    • Nordost, Chord and QED cables.

    One day I'll have HDTV :)
     
  7. <F0rb>

    Hitman

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    Posts: 909

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  8. HatMan

    Hitman

    Joined: 2 Oct 2007

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    Location: Cardiff

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    You will note the CLD97 has the lid off and is facing the wrong way. That's because I am waiting for my new optical assembly to be returned after recalibration and repair.

    The monitor in the first picture is my new 226BW. The PC case is an Antec 182 with a self made window in the door. Also there are four rears but I can only fit three in. The printer a Samsung 2250 and the PC are on the subwoofer.
     
    Last edited: 4 Oct 2007
  9. asim18

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    Heres mine:
    (They're thumbnails btw)


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    Some Info:
    TV: Samsung M87 46" 1080p
    Hifi: Sharp CDBK2100 Bi-amp system (200 watts rms total) (hooked to tv aux)
    Sky digibox

    HTPC (hooked to tv with dvi-hdmi cable):

    CPU: Athlon 64 3200+ 2ghz (oc'd to 2.6Ghz) +Zalman cnp9500
    mobo: asus a8v deluxe
    mem: 2x 512 mb corsair dual channel kit
    gfx: Geforce 7800 256mb
    hdd1: 80 GB WD IDE (for win XP, family photos and music collection)
    hdd2: 250gb WD Sata (for TV shows)
    hdd3: 500gb WD sata (for high definition downloads)
    Logitech LX710 cordless desktop
    Cheap 550 watt psu
    Xbox controller (modded for pc USB)

    Comment Please!
     
    Last edited: 6 Oct 2007
  10. 1mm3

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    Would help if your hosting wasn't suspended ;)
     
  11. asim18

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    Sorry about that, its up now.

    my hosting company accidentally suspended my account :\

    mmm... laptops make really nice genital warmers on chilli days :p
     
    Last edited: 6 Oct 2007
  12. cheets64

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    Location: Wigan

    This is MOUNTARRRRRRRRRRR

    Finally got round to getting a wall mount, got a troy one for £60 with a moving arm and it tilts, tis nice but instructions where pot and it had 4 1 inch screws, my dad got some 4 inch ones which make it rock solid to the wall.

    This is with it moved to the left meaning I can watch or play from my PC Chair which is a bonus on those non-moveable wall mounts.
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    This the behind
     
  13. -Ad-

    Capodecina

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    Posts: 13,896

    Location: Aberdeen

    LOL :D

    If you can try to demo some hi-fi separates. It'l make you realise how much torture your ears are actually receiving from that system.

    Nice tv !
     
  14. asim18

    Capodecina

    Joined: 5 Dec 2006

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    What?

    do u mean my speakers are crap when you say torture, ie. bad sound quality

    OR do you mean they are good as in the bass is torturing my eardrums?

    'cos they sound pretty good
     
    Last edited: 7 Oct 2007
  15. -Ad-

    Capodecina

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    Location: Aberdeen

    erm these all-in-one cheapy micro/midi systems are ALL crap unless you go for a higher quality branded teac, denon etc. Get a cheapy stereo integrated amp and some bookshelf speakers and you will be amazed how good music will sound. I used to have a sytem liek that, then got some bassy pc speakers, now im moving up the hi-fi separates tree... Il never go back.

    If you want any advice then shoot me an e-mail or post a thread in this hi-fi section, il leave this thread now for piccies.
     
  16. Raikiri

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    Location: Brighton

    Pretty much, friend of mine has a Sharp system like that (not the exact one I don't think) and jesus did it sound bad even compared to my basic Hi-Fi system. Very nice TV though :)
     
  17. Ewanb75

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    Location: Dumfries, Scotland

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    If it werent for the kids n the missus, it would be clear of all that junk :p
     
  18. Ian Marsh

    Gangster

    Joined: 31 Jul 2007

    Posts: 224

    Location: Lancashire

    Another close up photo of my Naim/Rega system.

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  19. ruffneck

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    Location: Le Norfolk

    now that is quality...
     
  20. syke

    Capodecina

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    How much they set u back?