Not the greatest but does the job.
as long as it works thats all you need.
looks like he has everything he needs...
no complaints with the setup other then sound, i'm not saying it sounds bad, but even a deacent set of 2.1 speakers would sattisfy me.
The "entertainment stand" is kinda hoaked up, just a couple coffee tables and a bench haha, but I actualy like how it turned out.
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.
nice tv and speakers
looks like Polk Audio
these first pictures are in my garage (my cave)
1. tv #1 50" Sony SXRD 1080p
PS3 20 gig ( but upgraded to 160) with charging dock
Sony V444 ES receiver w/ Infinity Reference Series surround
2. the logitech bluetooth keyboard, iPhone, and 13" MacBook
3. last picture you can see the edge of my foozball table and i have a mini-fridge behind that
the next one is my living room
1. 2nd tv is Sony 50" 3LCD 720p
PS3 60 gig ( to watch Blu-Rays mostly )
and my Wii
My current setup:
Looks like the games and movies got washed out from the flash. So here is what is in there:
- National Treasure
- National Treasure 2
- A Knight's Tale
- DVE (calibration disc)
- Hellboy (not pictured)
- SOCOM: Confrontation
- GTA IV
I have played more games than that, but I either rented them, or bought them and traded them in already.
The HDTV is a Samsung LN22A650. It is only 22", and I bought it because it was one of the only tv's that would fit in the space under the hutch of that desk. I have only had it for a little bit over a week now and I am not really happy with it. The sound from the speakers sound like tin cans .
I think I am going to end up returning it in the next few days and purchasing: Sony Bravia M-Series KDL-26M4000 26-Inch 720p LCD HDTV. What do you guys think? The only real problem with getting a 26" HDTV for that desk is that it will not be able to go underneath the hutch. The width of the hutch is only 25.5". I would prefer something go under the hutch, but whatever I can live with it either way.
I actually just came across this television from Sony also: Sony Bravia L-Series KDL-22L4000 22-Inch 720p LCD HDTV. Now I am really unsure of which television to get