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09.30.2009
3:49 pm
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I'll start off. I modified the TV stand a little since these pics. So I'll update this post when I can get a good photo.

Sony KDS-50A3000 BRAVIA SXRD Microdisplay HDTV
PS3 (60 GB Version)
Sennheiser RS 130
Logitech Z-5500 THX-certified, 505-watt 5.1 digital surround sound

Sony KDS-50A3000

I added some removable speaker fabric in the middle of my tv stand. Looks much better I think.


09.30.2009
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dont have any pics since everything's everywhere lol, but I have:

  • Samsung LN40A550 40″ 1080P LCD TV
  • 4x Sony SS-B1000 bookshelf speakers for rear and surround
  • 2x Onkyo bookshelves (dual woofer, don't know the model) for front speakers
  • 1x Sony center channel (forgot model)
  • Onkyo 7.1 channel receiver with THX Plus, DTS-HD, TrueHD, etc support
  • Phillips powered subwoofer from a HTIB (not sure of wattage, but sounds OK for an 8 inch sub)

I have my PC, 360 and PS3 hooked up to it as well. TV and PC stand on my clothing dresser, a shelf is mounted between two old cabinet things that are seperated by the dresser, with my center channel sitting on it over the TV. I have the rear and surrond speakers set up behind my sitting area sitting on a desk, using monster cable speaker wire (it's good stuff). Definitely not professional by any means, but I have limited space since my room has a big ass king size waterbed in it and I can only work with what I have lol. Before I got the shelf in, my center channel use to just sit on the floor…

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also, the receiver handles 100W per channel, all speakers are 100 watt speakers, so that's 700W minus the sub lol

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10.22.2009
10:08 am
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Updated my original post with 2 new pics.

11.03.2009
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yeah, looks a lot better! I want to mount my TV and speakers on my wall to clear up sme space, but I don't have the money to do any of that :-/

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