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09.22.2010
3:49 pm
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I just got some thin pieces of wood (4) and made a frame. Then stretched the speaker fabric over it and stapled it on. Then I just put some wood blocks in there with velcro so I can remove it easily but have it secure in there. I can take some photos if you want.

09.23.2010
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Im looking for another table right now.

If I choose one where it would be nice to have I'll let you know.

Thanks.

09.25.2010
6:24 pm
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50in samsung plasma tv wallmouted

60gb ps3 phat

Yamaha 500w reciever w/ Bose all around with a klispch sub.

 

09.30.2010
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Samsung 52" HDtv. 1080p.

On a rotatable mount, which is awesome if they're is a glare or something.

Once you go HD you never go back.worship

01.06.2011
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Console Gaming

 32" LG 1080P LCD

PS3 Slim 250GB
PS Eye
2 Playstation Move Controllers
PS3 Official Headset
30 Blu Ray Games
Over 20 PSN titles 

Wii
Xbox360 60GB

PC:

Intel Quad Core Q6600 @2.4GHz
3GB RAM DDR2
nVidia 9800gt 1GB

 

That's pretty much it cool 

03.03.2011
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Nice setups, I'll have to post my setup tomorrow. I have a pretty neat stand for the TV, that makes it almost look like its mounted on the wall, but still let's you swivel it left and right. 

PS3, Wii, and HTPC running Ubuntu/XBMC, I'll update this post with some pictures tomorrow. I'll have to rearrange some, but I'll give you guys a shot of how it looks right now, haha. 

Only thing I wish I had, that I don't, is surround sound. I suppose I'll get there eventually. 

Pics tomorrow!

03.04.2011
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Cool looking forward to the photos, sounds like a great setup.

06.28.2011
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Here it is wink

 

06.29.2011
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Nice UC3 theme :) What model tv is that?

06.29.2011
1:39 pm
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Thanks. I am not really sure. I think it an 42" LG LD550 Lcd. BTW, love your table. good colors. it brings an Asian theme to the room. was that what you going for?

06.29.2011
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Yes, that was the plan. Wanted to do bamboo on each side of the TV but the model I got was too wide for that.

07.01.2011
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I swaped position of my tv and ps3 tonight due to the cold air.  I heard it's bad fo rthe PS3 cause of condensation?  I'd think all the cool air would help cool down the PS3? 

 

HOw many times have you guys vaccumed your ps3/pc in the past 6 months?

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07.01.2011
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I try to vacuum my ps3 monthly at least.

07.01.2011
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I've never done.

 

Does anybody know where should I vacuum my Slim? I mean, it doesn't have the same kind of vents as the fat one.

07.01.2011
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Pedro said:

I've never done.

 

Does anybody know where should I vacuum my Slim? I mean, it doesn't have the same kind of vents as the fat one.

Didn't know about this. Hope this help …

 

07.01.2011
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I dont know if you are aware but some PS3 models have a self clean
mode. I do it with mine once a week and I have to say I am pretty
impressed with the self clean mode. Basically its just a built in vaccum
inside and it blows any dust etc out the vents. So I do this and then I vaccum like this guy is in that video.

 

Not alot of people seem to know about this

07.01.2011
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Thanks Cheeto!

I'll do that when I get home! My room is really full of dust, so I guess I should be doing it all the time.

07.01.2011
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Shor-T_UK said:

I dont know if you are aware but some PS3 models have a self clean
mode. I do it with mine once a week and I have to say I am pretty
impressed with the self clean mode. Basically its just a built in vaccum
inside and it blows any dust etc out the vents. So I do this and then I vaccum like this guy is in that video.

Not alot of people seem to know about this

That is not a self cleaning mode. it's called "Fan testing" and it can damage your PS3's GPU and/or fry the motherboard, it make the fans run at Maximum, and makes your PS3's actually overheat. It also can lower your PS3 life span. If it is not verified by Sony, or on the manual with the system you purchased, then it is most probably something you shouldn't do. 

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