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Does anyone show off  their Home Theaters in the forum? (Locked)
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bonifaxancheyta
Registered: January 22, 2007
Posts: 172
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Looks great bonifax similiar to the 46 wide screen sony i currently am watching.


Thanx mate, actually it's an old picture, I'll post some new pictures later, by the way it's a 56 in screen (LG), Onkyo TX-SR601 receiver with Onkyo Speakers, and Onkyo DV-CP702 DVD carrousel.
nolan
Registered: July 9, 2002
Posts: 5
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Samsung SN-4696D 46" 1080P LCD
Sony PS3 60 GB (BluRay Disc- 1080P)
DirecTV HR20 (HD DVR, 200 BG HDD)
Sony ES 3200 Home Theater Receiver
Sony DVP-NC 655B 5-Disc Progressive Scan DVD Changer

More pictures available at:
5Nolans Home Theater
pacaway
Registered: October 5, 2002
Posts: 511
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I have that stand.  It's awesome, isn't it!
in canada, no one can hear you scream
rshanahan
Registered: November 14, 2004
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I've posted this before (a long time ago). 



You can view a few more pics at my web site.  Not many changes at all since then other than putting the cover over the breaker panel in the lobby.


http://www.rickshanahan.com/theater/piney/default.htm

I have LOTS of construction pics that I can add up on my site if anyone is curious. 

Rick
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Patrick Zapatka
HD DVD/Blu-ray Freak
Registered: August 20, 2000
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Here is the link to mine...

http://home.comcast.net/~pzapatka/hometheater.htm

I firmly sit in both hi-def camps, though I prefer HD DVD unless a stupid combo disc is released. Then I go Blu-ray...
It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.
RJBenfield
Registered: April 29, 2007
Posts: 2
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Here's a few pictures of mine.  We're right in the middle of construction, so it's not completed yet.
wtmac
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Registered: September 23, 2006
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Quoting RJBenfield:
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Here's a few pictures of mine.  We're right in the middle of construction, so it's not completed yet.


I like how you dealt with the window and how you hid the screen. Looks good. What size is the room?
Keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up.
RJBenfield
Registered: April 29, 2007
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The room is 16 X 26, so it's an ok size.  I was sitting on the couch one day shortly after we moved in this house, about two years ago.  I wasn't really thinking about anything, and sort of just staring out the window when I suddenly realized that window looked to be about the same ratio as a 16:9 screen.  I got up, took some measurements and an idea was born, along with a new 106" electric screen.

The curtains on both sides were my wife's idea after I put the screen up.  They keep the stray light from coming in either side.  It's extremely dark in that room anytime of the day when the screen comes down, and the curtain's in the back of the room are closed.
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Stevizard
Registered: October 20, 2004
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Hi wtmac,

Opinions on home theater? Well, I got 'em. Here you go...

First, there's no such thing as a plasma or lcd home theater. They're just TVs, nothing special and no "WOW" factor to them. Everyone goes CRAZY the first time they see my home theater with its 120-inch diagonal screen, audiophile speakers, and component rack. My system shakes the neighborhood when watching movies with strong base (i.e., War of the Worlds with Tom Cruise).

So, what projector and components should you buy? If I told you, you wouldn't buy them anyways . . . so do your own research and get the best you can afford.

Stevizard
Stevizard
Registered: October 20, 2004
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wtmac,

OK, I just read my post and it may sound a little harsh . . . so, as an apology, I'll tell about the best-kept secret in audiophile quality sound . . . IMO, RBH Sound sells the best speakers you can buy for under $20K.  Hope you didn't just crap your pants. Yeah, good speakers (I mean speakers that sound like the musicians are standing in your living room) cost money.

RBH Sound's Signature Series speakers are a littlel pricey. A pair (front-left and front-right) of T-1 speakers will run you around $6000 (a bit less if you can live with black cabinets) but they sound as good as a pair of $20,000.00 Magnaplanars for only 25% of the cost. They have aluminum cone woofers and silk dome tweeters. Well, I've probably wasted my time since you'll probably do what most people do . . . (waste their money on Bose - probably the worst sounding speakers you can buy in their price range but they have a superb marketing department). Even the least expensive speakers made by RBH Sound are far superior to Bose.

Oh well, hope you and your plasma and Bose system are happy.

Stevizard
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