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Pink Floyd    15

Receiver:

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Speakers:

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Multi player:

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DVD+HDD Recorder yummy

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of course, all my components are hooked with components cables and monster cables!

nb.: right now, I'm more set for music than movies. I'm planing no buy more in a near futur ;)

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Rathamon    0

Reciever: Sherwood RD-6118R

Speakers: Mission M7s

Not a bad combo for ?300 , hooked upto PC , I have a big monitor and keep most of my multimedia stuff on there, so I have a nice all in one centre of pleasure:DD

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Joel    26

My Stuff.

Receiver: JVC

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TV: Sony

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DVD: Sony

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VCR: Sony

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Speakers Front: Polk Audio

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Speaker Centre: Jamo Center

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Rear Speakers: (can't find pic) B&W Rock solids, first generation

Subwoofer: Velodyne

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Pink Floyd    15

B&W speakers simply owns!

and I love your Jamo center one hehe

I'm a fan of Jamo

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+Elliot B.    1,546

DVD Player - Daewoo DHC-2200K

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Speakers - Sharp CD-C621

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Monitor - NEC MultiSync XV17

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Sophism    8

980 watt Yamah receiver

Klipsch 150 Watt F3 ( new ones) x2

Klipsch 440 watt Subwoofer

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Rob2687    72

Reciever: Yamaha RXV650

Speakers: Mirage Omni 5.1 set

Projector: Benq PE8700

DVD Player: Sony some model which I can't remember atm. :p

and remote controlled auto fade lighting for authentic movie theatre experience :D

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esco    1

36" Sony Wega

Sony Progessive Scan DVD Player

Onkyo 6.1 Home Theater System

Xbox / Slim PS2 / Gamecube

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todd    2

I have the same DVD player, it's nice (Y)

I don't have much of a "system" going right now, I'm still only 16.. just a dvd player and tv.. looking at a home theater system as well..

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Nelsinho    3

wow I love your stuff congrats Joel (Y) also I like very much sony products works fine :)

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tetuyeda    0

Reciever: Harmon Kardon AVR130

Speakers: 4x Athena BS1's fronts and rears, 1x Athena C1 centre channel

TV: Samsung TXN2771 27" HDTV CRT

DVD Player: Panasonic F87S 5 disc changer

Other: Crystal Xbox, 40gb iPod

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deepfriedmario    0

DVD Player: Sony DAV-S500 5.1ch Home Theatre System

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VCR Player: Panasonic NV-HD600

Television: Panasonic Viera Something-something model

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50" widescreen plasma.

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se7en.hu    0

Amp/Receiver - Onkyo TX-SR601

Speakers - Bose 601 (fronts) Bose 301 (rears) Bose VCS-10 (center)

DVD Player - Some JVC junk, planning on getting the matching Onkyo one soon.

Projector - Infocus X1

And about $2K worth of cableing Coax (Tara Labs), Opts (Tara Labs), Speaker wire (Priszm Entra), etc.

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coolmonk    0

I've got two home theatre setups which are fairly decent. Here's the first one which I put together over a year's worth of time (and money). The listed prices are what I paid for them:

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TV:

Sony KV-32HS510 HDTV

Speakers:

Front - B&W DM604 S3 $1,200

Center - B&W LCR600 S3 $425

Surround - B&W DS6 S3 $450

Subwoofer - JBL Northridge E Series 12" 250W E250P $499

Receiver:

Denon AVR-3803 $999

DVD Player:

Denon DVD-2900 DVD/SACD/DVD-A $900

Power Center (not in photo when picture was taken):

Reference PowerCenter HTS 3500 MKII with Clean Power Stage 3 v.2.0 $250

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Cables:

All speaker cabling and interconnects were done using the best Monster Cables I could find at Best Buy. I normally wouldn't use Monster Cables because they cost too much for their average performance, but I was able to purchase them at 50% off so I went for it.

Here is the second setup (once again, listed prices are what I paid for them):

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TV::

Sony - 51" Hi-Scan 1080i HD-Built In Rear Projection HDTV $1,200

Speakers:

Front - B&W 705 $1,200

Center - B&W HTM7 $700

Surround - B&W 705 $1,200

Subwoofer - HSU Research VTF-3 Mk2 $500

DVD Player:

Denon DVD-5900 $1,090

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Amplifier:

Rotel RMB-1075 $900

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Receiver:

Onkyo TX-DS787 $600

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Power Center:

Home Theatre Reference PowerSource HTPS 7000 $800

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Cables:

Speakers are wired with MIT Cables, video is with Monster Cable DVI, all audio interconnects are also Monster Cable.

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Pink Floyd    15

darn I like your Rotel amp

I see you got it cheap!

do you like your sony HD tv?

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TEX4S    116

Speakers:

KreLL

Projection:

Runco

Amp:

LINN

Audioquest cabling

its a couple of years older, but is still nice

*Of course Im kidding !! I dont have $200,000 for speakers, let alone $100,000 for a Runco Projection ! ***

I have some Onkyo crap and a Pioneer Elite HDTV...basically its not impressive....

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Pink Floyd    15
Speakers:

KreLL

Projection:

Runco

Amp:

LINN

Audioquest cabling

its a couple of years older, but is still nice

*Of course Im kidding !!  I dont have $200,000 for speakers, let alone $100,000 for a Runco Projection ! ***

I have some Onkyo crap and a Pioneer Elite HDTV...basically its not impressive....

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dude, put some pics

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slippery    1

Receiver: Yamaha RX-V1400

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Front Speakers: Paradigm 9se's (Only mine are black)

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Center Channel: Paradigm Performance Series CC-270

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Side Channels: Paradigm Cinema series 90's

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Rear Speakers: Paradigm ADP-170's

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Television: Toshiba 51H94

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DVD Player: Mitsubishi DD-7040

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coolmonk    0
darn I like your Rotel amp

I see you got it cheap!

do you like your sony HD tv?

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Yeah, the salesman was real nice to me since I purchased the Rotel amp along with the B&W 700 speakers that same day so he cut me a deal.

The Sony RP-HDTV is alright. Picture is sorta noisy at times and only satisfies me when watching HDTV. DVDs don't look as good as I would like...but hey, that's what you get when you buy a RP-HDTV. My 32" tube HDTV on the other hand....man....DVDs are smooth as butta! I'm upgrading the 51" to a plasma within the next 2-3 months though so I'll post again once I get it.

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Pink Floyd    15

awsome

I bought a DVD+HDD recorder from panasonic with dvd-ram 9.5gb support built in

You should have a look (fist post as I started the threat)

at the best encoding, you can only record 1 h on a dvd-ram :)

the quality is (Y)

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Pyrii    0

I'm not, and never will be rich, so mine's pretty suck,

Philips 28" 28PW6518/05 With stand - ?399

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Xbox v1.1 with Xecuter3 installed - ?100 and ?39.50

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Creative DTT3500 Digital - ?100

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EDIT: forgot to add a couple of other essential components because they are worth mentioning

XboxMediaCenter (Plays all my DivX/XviD/MKV/OGM Anime ^.^) - ?0

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Netgear DG834 (So? I use it to watch media over my network with XMBC) - ?60

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Oh and almost every picture is clickable, because I'm that picky XD

Edited by Pyrii

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TEX4S    116
dude, put some pics

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Pics of what man ? The things I listed was just a joke... thats almost $350,000 of AV equip. !!

Or do you want boring pics of a crappy HDTV thats burning or a Onkyo set that cost more than its worth ? LOL

Even worse when my parents had the house built where they live now, they had a theater room built. Basically a way for the builder to jack the cost of the house another $50,000 and provide $1500 worth of equip. Actually it was $38,000 and one of the components they installed was a dual DVD burner (JVC)...I mean charged them like $2000 for the thing and they didnt realize the computer in the other room will do the same thing for $5.00

They wouldnt listen to me when I tried to advise them on the equip. basically, they couldnt believe their son might know more than a crook that builds houses !

I mean, everyone knows hanging sheetrock is a prerequisite for theater equipment !!

Do you sense some hostility ?

Back to the question -- What pics would you like , sir ?

:)

:angry:

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Shibby    1

wow alots of money in the thread.

when i'm older and have my own place i will slowy bulid up a home system. currently i've got pretty much a bog standard setup like very home user but with 5.1 philips flat pannel speakers.

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Pink Floyd    15

you see, we are older but we dont have al what you wanted!

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goodcase    5

I'm 14 and don't have alot of money. so I dont have the greatist components but it's loud and thats all i need. :D

Receiver:Sony STR-DE697

Front Speakers:Quest Q660

Rear Speakers:Quest QB6

Centre: Quest QC5

Sub:KLH ASW10-120

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