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Integrating components into living room decor

 

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Username: N9949y

Eugene, OR US

Post Number: 2
Registered: Dec-07
So that all my components wouldn't be my spouse's eyesore I designed a 3 part module built by a local furniture maker. The module set up allows easy access to rear of system.

Rear and surround speakers are hidden behind furniture along fireplace wall.

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Username: N9949y

Eugene, OR US

Post Number: 3
Registered: Dec-07
Components re: the above system:

TV-Monitor, DLP, LG RU-44SZ63D
Receiver- Rotel RSX 965
Laser Disc Player- Pioneer CLD 1080
Field Sound Processor- Yamaha DSP E300
Comcast Cable- Motorola DCT6200
Tape Deck- Kenwood Double KX-W5040
DVD Player, Hi Def-Progressive - Onkyo DV-CP702
Graphic Equalizer- Pioneer GR-555
CD Player- Fisher DAC 195
VCR, Hi-Fi - Panasonic PV-4021
VCR, Hi-Fi- JVC SQPB
Turntable/Changer- Garrard Zero 100
Sub Woofers, 2 --Yamaha, powered YST-SW100 & YST WS-205
Speakers, 4, Paradigm Titan (2 for Rotel main fronts, 2 for Yamaha DSP front effects)
Speakers, 2 Dynaco A25 (Rotel rear effects)
Speakers, 2 Acoustic Research 18S, (Yamaha rear effects)
Speakers, 2 Realistic Minimus 7W ( Yamaha DSP Center, Rotel Center)
AC Voltage Activated Outlet Switch, Niles AC-3
Head phones, Sennheiser HD280 Pro
 

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Username: Huron

Post Number: 333
Registered: Mar-07
thats a pritty good hiding job is that one of them next to the window? nice room and the TV and equipment stand look very nice, weres the center channel?
 

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Username: Deadhorse

Post Number: 106
Registered: May-06
Looks very nice but could you explain your front speaker setup? I see what looks like two taller speakers on the left, two bookshelf speakers on the right and two small speakers on either side of the center divide, I'm confused?
 

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Username: Dmitchell

Ottawa, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 543
Registered: Feb-07
Nice setup, very clean. Don't you find though the sound quality is not optimal since the speakers are so close to the floor? The tweeters should around ear level relative to your seating position.
 

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Username: Amish

Riverside, CA

Post Number: 38
Registered: Jan-08
I think Todd is confused as well when it comes to proper speaker placement.

Nice entertainment center if not a bit crowded.
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