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  1. Very nice anzimike!! There's nothing like ehh

    Sorry I took so long, been away to Washington DC.
    Glad to be home.

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  2. 10 year old 27" Sony Trinitron.

    Can't justify anything else - what's available on TV is cr@p.

    Decent enough for watching DVDs.

    Good old 2-channel stereo + a sub woofer.
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    slickster, thats a pretty sweet setup..looks like some custom cabinets for those speakers/dvds?

    I'm currently working on a lumenlab projector..i'll have a 1024x768 projector for about $200! I'm just scared to start the woodworking part of it :P.
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    Thanks, Slickster. BenQ 8240, mirage M-1 si in front, M-5 rears, Parasound processor and main amp, adcom for rear, center and main subs, lumagen scaler, 6x8 foot screen, carver true sub 10" for lfe, 4 soundsplinter rpl-15's in garage awaiting box construction. Lots of good times.
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  5. greymalkin, actually the woodworking was done by a friend of mine. It's the shell from an old grandfather's clock, I beleive it's about 1 1/2 inches thick. I didn't have to pay for the wood itself and he charged me $70.00 for his labour. I think I got a heck of a deal.


    anzimike, sweet setup!!

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    Beautiful system and woodwork slickster!! Excellent deal, too. Enjoy.
    You must heve been dying from heat in DC, but there's lots to see and do.
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    I am poor I have a 27" used tube TV.
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    Not very big. I want a flat screen. They are nice.
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  9. 46" Samsung plasma mounted on the wall in the den and an old 54" rear projection Sony in the bedroom.
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    32" toshiba hdtv crt
    37" panasonic plasma
    42" panasonic plasma
    55" pioneer elite plasma
    20" sony lcd
    projectiondesign Action! model III 1080p DLP projector on a 10' wide screen

    plus a bunch of other things - change around a lot ....
    "Each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems." - Rene Descartes (1596-1650)
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    28 to 32 I think. It's not very big.
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