mrro82, I've got the same "sound system" as you. I like your PS3 background. what size TV is that?
Yea I noticed that. I forgot to mention it when I was posting. It's a 32" Sharp AQUOS LCD 1080p. Thanks I got the background from www.allps3themes.com if you're interested. It's under the nature section.
sithknight1 wrote:The previous thread was closed so, I guess I'll reply to the comments made before the previous thread was closed and I guess I'll post the pics again so people don't have to go back and forth to look something in particular.As for the room, Thanks xLordSlothx. I guess When you have a wife who is a diehard gamer as well, arranging your room "the propper way" becomes way easier. We don't have any kids (nor plan to have any either) so that definitely helps too. (If I had and infant running "at large" in the house, I think I'd have to breathe in a paper bag everytime he'd run past my equipment")And to answer your question Doaner, yes you were dead on. It's an onkyo but the speakers are not Polk. They're Sony 7.1Post from previous thread_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Hey guys,I started looking at a couple of pictures of the different setups you guys have posted here and when I came back to my senses, an hour flew by. It's really amazing to have the chance to be invited to another gamer's "Fortress of Solitude". "The Holiest of the Holiest" or as my bud calls it, "The Shrine", and to be able to appreciatte their pride and joy. When you play online, you never take a second to imagine how does the fight look from the other side. Pretty cool setups guys. Keep 'em coming.Here's my bedroom setup. This is where "the magic happens" and where thousands of Call of Duty 4 showndowns have taken place. Good Times.
I am SO jealous of you...
Hey shungokusatsu, your comforter looks just like mine. LOL. I love it how your setup is all black & white. Looks very "japanese". And your setup has a huge plus for me. Something I've been trying to fiix but given the nature pf my setup it's proven difficult to accomplish: In your setup you can't spot a single wire. Not even from the TV. That's just awesome. What kind of wall is that? It is not drywall is it?
Regular drywall, boss. It's not too expensive or difficult to do, the most expensive components are all the cables. It's time consuming but well worth it. Seeing wires everywhere is just a pet peeve of mine.