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xj0hnx

I wanna be sedated
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Post what you're using, pics if you got 'em...


TV: Samsung HL-P5663W 56" Widescreen HDTV Monitor TV with DLP

Media Player: WD HDTV Media Player (for playing HD/BD without having to convert and burn), HDMI to TV, optical to receiver and a cheap Samsung upconvert DVD player.

Receiver: Yamaha RX-V793

Speakers: And a conglomeration of speakers - Bose 301 for the main (left/right in surround), some Kenwood center, JBLs satellites bringing up the rear, and a Kenwood sub enclosure with a Phase Linear 10".

 
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klyph

Dismember
I've got a 40" Samsung LCD that I use as a computer monitor. I run all my media off my pc, so I use some logitech 5.1 surround speakers with it. Cheap as hell, but you'll never get better sound for the money (they were free)
Only problem is with wiring the rear speakers, the cables aren't long enough, and I haven't had a chance to run wires through my walls yet.
I dunno, the TV's in a corner, so that makes surround sound hard to set up.
 

Briansol

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crappy pic...
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don't have model numbers off hand... most of my stuff is old now. paid over 3500 for my tv. it was one of the first 1080p's on the market. haha can get the same thing now for like a grand.

50" sammy DLP, 1080p
sammy upconverting dvd
onkyo 6xx series receiver
full infinty reference 5.1
 

corvetteguy78

Well-Known Member
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BIC Acoustics Cinema 6 Home Theater Speakers..I was gonna go with Bose but these blow Bose out of the Ocean

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The Acoustech Cinema Series H100 subwoofer fills a room with clean bass that highly enhances music or deep rumbling bass for exciting home theater sound. This subwoofer is a super value. A sleek cabinet with high gloss houses a heavy duty 12" front firing woofer. 500 watts dynamic peak output. Performance guaranteed to knock your socks off especially at it's price..
Woofer - Long-throw 12".
Power - 500 watts dynamic peak output (150 watts RMS continuous).
Max Acoustic Output - 115 dBSPL
Frequency Response - 24 Hz - 200 Hz (+/- 3 dB)
Enclosure - vented
Dimensions - 17" H x 15 W x 18 1/4" D
Crossover Frequency Range - 40 Hz - 150 Hz

Each Acoustech HT-75 tower houses dual 6" woofers combined with a high efficiency horn tweeter or a true theater like experience. Wide dynamic range up to 116 dB output. High gloss tops and bottoms also add to a sleek cosmetic design. The new Acoustech high efficiency Cinema Series delivers performance rich in clarity and guarantees large spectrum theater-like sound.
Design - Video shielded, two-way, three component tower.
Frequency Response - 35 Hz - 20 kHz (+/- 3 dB)
Drivers - Dual 6 1/2" woofers, one 6 1/2" mid/high frequency horn neodymiu magnet
Sensitivity - 96 dB @ 1 watt,1 meter
Power - 10 - 150 watts per channel.
Dimensions - 40" H x 9 W x 8" D Impedance - 8 Ohms
Limited Warranty - 2 years parts & labor

The new Acoustech HT-65 Center is a high efficiency Cinema Series delivering performance rich in clarity and guarantees large spectrum theater-like sound. The center houses dual 6" woofers combined with a high efficiency horn tweeter for a true theater like experience. Wide dynamic range up to 116 dBoutput. High gloss tops and bottoms also add to a sleek cosmetic design.
Design - Video shielded, two-way, three component center.
Frequency Response - 55 Hz -
20 kHz (+/- 3 dB) Drivers - Dual 6 1/2" woofers, one 6 1/2" mid/high frequency horn with neodymium magnet.
Sensitivity - 96 dB @ 1 watt,1 meter
Power - 10 - 150 watts per channel.
Dimensions - 8" H x 22 W x 6" D
Impedance - 8 Ohms
Limited Warranty - 2 years parts and labor.

The new Acoustech HT-63 high efficiency Cinema Series delivers performance rich in clarity and guarantees large spectrum theater-like sound. The HT-63 bookshelf speakers have a unique angled cabinet for wide dispersion of sound. Each unit contains a 6"woofer combined with a high efficiency horn tweeter. A 5" x 7"passive radiator is also utilized. Wide dynamic range up to 116 dB output. High gloss tops and bottoms also add to a sleek cosmetic design.
Design - Two-way, three component bookshelf.
Frequency Response - 60 Hz - 20 kHz (+/- 3 dB)
Drivers -Dual 6 1/2" woofers, one 6 1/2" mid/high frequency horn with neodymium magnet.
Sensitivity - 96 dB @ 1 watt, 1 meter
Power - 10 - 150 watts per channel.
Dimensions - 14" H x 9 W x 8" D
Impedance - 8 Ohms
Limited Warranty - 2 years parts and labor.


Paired up with Onkyo 674s 7.1 700 watt Receiver

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THX Surround EX and THX Certified

· Cinema Re-EQ

· Extended Frequency Response (+ 1 dB, - 3 dB) 10 Hz-100 kHz

· DTS, DTS-ES Discrete/Matrix 6.1, DTS Neo:6

· DTS 96/24

· Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II

· Dolby ProLogic IIx

· Dolby Digital EX

· A-Form Listening Mode Memory

· Multichannel Input 7.1

· CinemaFILTER

· Digital Soundfield Processing Modes

· Late Night Mode

· Adjustable Digital Delay

· Crossover Adjustment

· HDMI 2 Input / 1 Output, 1080p bandwith ready for next generation DVD players

· Auto Speaker Calibration with Audyssey 2EQ Creates an optimal listening area, not a point - perfect for families

· Video Upconversion to HDMI with deinterlacing ensuring your video looks the best on the newest tv's



Specifications:

General

· Channels: 7.1

· THD (Rated Power): 0.08 % (Rated Power)

· Damping Factor (1 kHz, 8 ohm): 60

· Input Sensitivity and Impedance: 200 mV/47 k-ohms

· Output Level and Impedance: 200 mV/470 ohms

· S/N Ratio: 106 dB (Line in, IHF-A)

· Frequency Response: 10 Hz-100 kHz/+ 1 dB, - 3 dB (Direct mode)

· Dimensions (W x H x D): 17-1/8" x 6-7/8" x 14-13/16"

· Weight: 25.1 lbs.

Power Output* (8 ohm, 20 Hz-20 kHz, FTC)

· Front: L/R 95 W/Ch

· Center: 95 W

· Surround L/R : 95 W/Ch

· Surround Back: 95 W

Power Output* (6 ohm, 1 kHz, FTC)

· Front L/R: 115 W/Ch

· Center: 115 W

· Surround L/R : 115 W/Ch

· Surround Back : 115 W/Ch

Dynamic Power** (front)

· 3 ohm 225 W

· 4 ohm 170 W

· 8 ohm 105 W


Tone Controls

· Bass: +/- 10 dB, 50 Hz

· Treble: +/- 10 dB, 20 kHz

Tuner Usable Sensitivity

· FM Mono: 15.2 dBf, 1 uV (75 ohms, IHF)

· FM Stereo: 22.2 dBf, 2 uV (75 ohms, IHF)

· AM: 300 uV/m

Tuner S/N Ratio

· FM Mono: 73 dB (IHF-A)

· FM Stereo: 67 dB (IHF-A)

· AM: 40 dB

THD:

· FM Mono: 0.3 %, 1 kHz

· FM Stereo : 0.5 %, 1 kHz

· AM: 0.7 %

My TV is an Hisense 32inch HD LCD, but I am upgrading that very soon 52" Vizio 1080p and put the 32 inch in the bed room.
 

jamesA

Thank you for your business.
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Panasonic Viera 42" 720p flat screen plasma
Panasonic 1000w 5 disc cd/dvd changer/tuner/receiver
Panasonic surround sound with wireless rear speakers/sub

Hooked up to my old school Dell Dimension 4550 desktop. I'm actually posting from my tv right now.

I don't remember the specifics of the setup.
 

phyregod

!!YTINASNI
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Green doors, green carpet, pink couches, bleached wood sticker furniture with an oak built-in shelf. And a bad ass TV.

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No furniture and no wall decor, and a bad ass TV.


I miss my batchelor pad.
 

knuteiriktveiten

New Member
For the living room I got a Sony Bravia 46", PS3, Phillips surround sound (I live in an apt so I can barely use it) and also my computer hooked up to it for those Youtube nights with my buddies and in the Bedroom I have the 40" version of the same TV.
 

endlesszeal

Senior Member
b, love the philips/onkyo coffee table. did you get it at ikea?

anyway, moving soon and roomies just bought a 46inch sammy lcd and gonna pair it with my onkyo ht-5100. and hopefully throw in a ps3 or a htpc soon for some 1080p goodness. major upgrade from what we are running now.
 

jeffie7

Wrong Whole!
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Sony 50" HD tv
Onkyo reciever with HDMI switching.
PS3 for blurays
Sony DVD that handles up converting (as does the PS3) (dvd player came first)
Niles repeater system.
Harmony 880 remote
HDMI switcher box so I can handle up to 7 HDMI inputs
xbox 360 for some gaming when it's not broke.
Sony book shelf speakers in the rear, floor stand speakers in the front and a center speaker in the front.

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Everything is hidden thanks to the repeater system.
 

serrilion

In my own little world!
32" Sony Plasma, 2 years old, and an older Techtonics Home theater system... nothing speshial, we run DVD's off my laptop to TV LMAO!
 

phyregod

!!YTINASNI
I'm running a 36" old school 150 pound TV, and a $300 surround system that came in a box. But I have furniture and wall decor. I'm happy with it.. Its not huge or HD, but it gets the job done. When this TV dies, I'm going to get a 40something inch samsung.. Whatever fits in the hole that my current TV is in. But the old 36 is a trooper, has been for the last 6? years. I don't forsee a TV purchase in the near future.
 

BodyDroppedNikes

...PENDEJO....
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mines a mix of old a new stuff so here we go....

-Sanyo 26" LCD/HD tv
-Magnavox MWD 7006 dvd player
-JVC RX-6010V receiver
-Pioneer floor speakers
-Jenson book shelf speakers
-Optimus 12" subwoofer

i also have an Insignia blu-ray dvd player that i havent hooked up yet that i got for Christmas
 

Fernpatch

Member
up untill last week I was running a 23 inch LG lcd tv. It crapped out on christmas day. Lucky me my extended warranty is good untill may of 09. I ended up with a nice 32 inch Sony Bravia to replace it with. I also have a yamaha home theater system I bought about 3 years ago.
 
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