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Username: Cuylar

MN USA

Post Number: 59
Registered: Nov-05
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Username: Touche6784

USA

Post Number: 739
Registered: Nov-04
thats a huge collection of movies. how long did it take you to compile it? nice setup.
 

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Username: John_s

Columbus, Ohio US

Post Number: 503
Registered: Feb-04
Yes, you maybe have more money in softwear than I have in hardware...

Anyway, nice rig. What are those towers?
 

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Username: Cuylar

MN USA

Post Number: 60
Registered: Nov-05
Thank you.

My fiancee and I are HUGE movie buffs.... I've been collecting for about 3 years. There are just under 700. I am missing about 30 to family/neglect.... (i hope I'm not the only one who that's happened to.)

Not bad for a 23 yr old tho my dad says.
 

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Username: Touche6784

USA

Post Number: 743
Registered: Nov-04
how do you keep all those movies organized? i have like 10 and its hard enough deciding what movie to watch.
 

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Username: Cuylar

MN USA

Post Number: 61
Registered: Nov-05
Welllllll..... she worked at blockbuster a long time ago and it drives her crazy if a movie is out of place.... so yeah... they're alphabetized.
 

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Username: Touche6784

USA

Post Number: 744
Registered: Nov-04
haha, wow. alphabetizing 700 movies must have been quite the chore. wouldnt want to be there when a movie is put in the wrong spot.
 

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Username: Westcott

League City, Texas

Post Number: 35
Registered: Oct-05
I love your display.
And all those movies. I guess your guests have no problem finding something to watch while visiting.

My only suggesting for future upgrades would be to take advantage of the corners of the room and move the tower speakers outboard, closer to the corners and away from the walls to gain the full potential of your speakers and improve the sound stage.

A center channel would be a great addition too.

Seasons Greetings!!!
 

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Username: Cuylar

Burnsville, MN USA

Post Number: 181
Registered: Nov-05
Thanks for the suggestion. I should prolly post more pics... here's the equipment.

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Username: Cuylar

Burnsville, MN USA

Post Number: 182
Registered: Nov-05
Sad thing is that we usually have a hard time picking a movie out.
 

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Username: Rikizzy

MontrealCanada

Post Number: 10
Registered: Feb-04
I know exactly what you mean, I have over 300 dvd's, my wife and myself have a hard time deciding on a movie to watch on movie nights. Sometimes we take so long that there's barely anytime left to watch one. It is sad...maybe we're sick or something.

P.S.: where did you get your shelves??
 

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Username: Cuylar

Burnsville, MN USA

Post Number: 188
Registered: Nov-05
I got 'em at best buy. They have a spinning one now that holds more. We might switch. I have seen a few spinning ones that will hold up to 700/unit. :-) that would be nice...
 

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Username: Cuylar

Burnsville, MN USA

Post Number: 198
Registered: Nov-05
well I added some more movies... and i got this rack at circuit city for $120. the second one is on order, should have it this week, i'll post when it gets here.

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Username: Artk

Albany, Oregon USA

Post Number: 2474
Registered: Feb-05
Great looking HT Cuylar. Much fun is had in that room I'm sure.
 

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Username: Greeney88

Http://www.freewebs.co..., Minnesota US

Post Number: 62
Registered: Jan-06
Cuylar Blair - good to see someone else from minnesota, im from maple grove... nice setup!
 

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Username: Cuylar

Burnsville, MN USA

Post Number: 221
Registered: Nov-05
Thanks guys. I've added most of the recomendations. Some are hard to find. Nice to meet you too Greeney.
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