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Username: Bill984

Post Number: 212
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43" PIONEERR ELITE930HD AND YAMAHA YSP-1100 IN NY FAMILY ROOM
 

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Username: Bill984

Post Number: 213
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MY BASEMENT (WHERE THE WIFE KEEPS ME) WITH PINEER ELITE 1130HD 50" AND FULL BLOWN 5.1 SYSTEM.Upload
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Username: Bill984

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Username: Gamerdude

Ontario Canada

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Nice stuff man
 

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Username: Bill984

Post Number: 217
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thanks.
 

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Username: Artk

Albany, Oregon USA

Post Number: 3904
Registered: Feb-05
Outstanding! Good job Bill. It'd be nice to see your setup on your profile.
 

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Username: Polksavage

Post Number: 123
Registered: Jun-06
bill what about a list of the basement stuff?
 

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Username: Bill984

Post Number: 223
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ok, but don't laugh. i will be upgrading over the next year or 2 (i spent about 12 grand in the past year).
the front speakers are bose 701"s that the wife bought me about 5 years ago. the center is a bose vcs-10 that she got me for christmas. the rears are bose 161.
technics turntable (i stiil have about 500 albums and play 2 or 3 a year).
kenwood vr6060 reciever.
samsung dvd player
comcast dvr
monster 3500 power center (refurb from e bay 120 dollars)
velodyne dls 3750 sub on the rear wall between rear speakers (a real picture rattler).
another bose center speaker and kenwood reciever waiting to go into the office.
i want to get a pioneer elite reciever and a front pair of b&w xt4's.
 

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Username: Artk

Albany, Oregon USA

Post Number: 3930
Registered: Feb-05
Looks like a fun system that incorporates everything you need to enjoy everything from vinyl to movies...what more could one ask for!
 

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Username: John_s

Columbus, Ohio US

Post Number: 1346
Registered: Feb-04
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Ya know Bill, if I had an Elite 43" plasma in my kitchen, I would never leave it!
How do you like that Yamaha sound bar?
 

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Username: Bill984

Post Number: 224
Registered: Oct-05
the "digital projector" is cool. i would have put in in wall polk's but it was going to be major.
also besides getting rid of the stereo speakers next to the stand it gets rid of the reciever in the stand.
the wife saw this and refused to leave the store without it. it can sound a little "echoy" on some broadcasts and i find myself changing settings more often than on the one downstairs (movie, music, stereo, 5 beam etc etc). the
coolest setting is the "my beam" for night
listening. does a great job in stereo for cd's.

the tv is actually mounted between the cabinets and sliding door sort of splitting the kitchen and family room. it is on a swivel wall mount so we can watch it at the table or on the couch.
 

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Username: Arni0202

Minneapolis, MN US

Post Number: 8
Registered: Sep-06
Wow that's beautiful stuff! I'm assuming that all the cables run inside the wall on the kitchen setup? I'm very new to the whole in wall monkey business. Man I need to find me a woman that'll buy me speakers for special occasions! Cool set ups
 

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Username: Bill984

Post Number: 227
Registered: Oct-05
yeah, all the wires are in the wall. i used those things they use in a desktop to run wires thru one behind the monitor and one behind the stand and one behind the "projector". used a plumbers snake to pull the wires thru.
i'm waiting until she lets me get the yamaha subwoofer that was designed to go with it. it will fit in the stand.
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