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Discussion in 'Archive' started by MarkA, Nov 14, 2002.
Thanks for the info. I'll give x10 a call.
CD Changer (5 disc)- RCA
DirecTV Box- RCA
TV 19"- RCA
(Up grading to a 27"/32" TV after Christmas, my other one broke)
TV 19"- CurtisMathes
DirecTV Box- RCA
TV 13"- Magnavox
TV 13"- Newtech
VCR- Symphonic (two of them)
Computer- Compaq Presario 5000
Dish 301(for TiVo)
Panasonic rp56 dvd
Yamaha rx-v620 av HT receiver
Polk r15 bookshelf speakers(to become rear speakers)
Admiral center speaker( to be upgraded)
RS bookshelf rear speaker(to be upgraded)
Monterey 95 c-band receiver
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Hitachi 57" Widescreen (57SWX20b)
Dish 6000u w/8psk, 8vsb modules
JVC VCR (older unit)
Onkyo TXSR-600 A/V Receiver
Cambridge Soundworks MC300 L/C/R Mains
Cambridge Soundworks S300 Surrounds
Cambridge Soundworks P500 Powered Sub (this baby is awesome!)
And to get all this content anywhere else in the house, . . .
Channel Plus SVM-24 Quad MTS Modulator with DA-550 Distribution panel
Boxlight Studio Experience 2HD High Def Projector
96" x 54" Did It Myself Screen :eek2:
JVC 30000 D-VHS High Def Tape Deck
Empire Troubadour 598 III Turntable
Yamaha HTR-5280 Receiver.
Toshiba SD-5109 Progressive Scan DVD Player.
Dish 6000 w/8vsb OTA Mod. & 24" dish & Big, Hurkin Antenna.
Dish PVR 501 & Dish 500.
1 HiFi VCR.
Everything running into All In Wonder Video Capture card w/2 80GB HD's.
Klipsch KG 5.5 Mains.
Klipsch KV 4 Center.
Klipsch KG .5 Surrounds.
Infinity SSW 212 Dual 12" 350W Sub.
Pair of Aura Bass Shakers under couch.
Pronto TS1000 remote.
17" monitor for Source viewing.
Next up: Bravo D3 DVD player, DVD burner & Home Theater PC.
My humble but growing DVD collection
A real turntable.
Like your preamp! I use a Marantz Model 3650 Preamp which is slowly fading. I need to get on ebay and find a "new" premp...
Yea, I forgot to put the preamp in my source list. Rane is mostly known for their pro equipment and this preamp is probably most common in radio stations. It has both unbalanced RCA outputs and balanced screw terminal outputs, so it is very adaptable to different situations. I have the TT and preamp hooked up right now into my computer soundcard for transcribing some old records. Having the preamp is very handy for this kind of situation.
Panasonic 5 DVD changer
Philips DirecTiVo DSR6000
JVC S-VHS VCR
Sony 400 Disc CD changer
Sony Playstation 2
And my DELL Dimension 8200 PC with Pioneer DVD-Rw and SB Extigy (sometimes, mainly for webcasts and MP3's)
Philips 27'" Standard def TV
Receiver: Kenwood VR407 - Dolby Pro logic/Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1, S-Video switching, 6 channel input
Kenwood center, front, surrounds and 120 watt subwoofer
Toslink to SPDIF converters (My receiver only has 2 toslink inputs)
I was going to add a tape deck and turntable but I realized they would be useless as I have nothing remaining to play in them.
I have no magic wires (monster cable) and the like, just ordinary cables
Soon to be added:
Rear Projection HDTV (plasma costs too much, and I don't like it)
Dedicated Home Theater PC
DirecTV HDTV receiver
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Hitachi 43" widescreen
jvc 6000 with modules
Hughes direct tv reciever and uniden ird c-band receiver both idle right now with a phillips direct and 2 rca directs idle in bedrooms
panasonic dmr50 recorder
RCA 5.1 Receiver and speakers plus subwoofer
2 Carver Amps bridged for 500 watts per channel
2 JBL speakers
Apex dvd player (plays mpegs)
1 gig p3 homebuilt computer with 120 mg hd's 2 dvd burners on board
2 gig hp athalon with 90 gig hd space with burner and dvd drive
network = 2 computers with the replay
TV: Sony KP57WV600 Rear Projection CRT TV
Satellite Receiver: 921 (Effective Tomorrow Evening)
A/V Receiver: Integra 9.1 upgraded with the DTS-ES Discrete software update
Sony: HiFi VCR (I Forget the model #)
DVD/Laser: Pioneer DVL-919 Combination Laserdisc/DVD Player (I'm due to upgrade to progressive scan soon, but my TV has a line doubler built in that does a good job so I am in no rush. Planning to upgrade to a DVD recorder in 2004 sometime)
CD: Pioneer CD Changer (about 5 years old with the 6 disc slide out magazine)
Cassette: Old Sony Dual Deck unit circa 1992 - gets used about once a year now
2nd A/V Receiver (Pumps Integra Zone 2 content to backyard) - Onkyo TX-DS656
Game Unit #1: XBox
Game Unit #2: GameCube (Both with Component Outputs fed into Integra which then sends to Component inputs on TV)
Surround Sound: Polks all around (7.1 Configuration) + JBL Subwoofer
Special Concrete/Gypsum Sheet Rock which eliminates sound escaping from TV Room except for a small amount through doors and AC vents) Crank up the Bruckheimer films and still not wake the kiddies.....
Plus: Seaman's Sectional Couch with two recliners, two cupholders, and a center fold-down armrest with massaging and heat and a built in speakerphone.
There are a whole bunch of computers, and audio and video equipment in the house, but much of it belongs to my parents or to my siblings, so since the original question was "what's in YOUR system".
I'll talk ONLY about what's in my bedroom that's mine.
I have a Sony KV-20V80 20" standard def tv with over 500 lines of horizontal resolution and an S-video input(which was very rare on a bedroom set when I got it in late summer 1998).
Sony DVP-NS315B DVD Player
Magnavox VR9360 4 Head Hi Fi VCR
Old Toshiba 4 head mono vcr
Echostar 3900 Satellite Reciever
Marantz RS 2252 Stereo Reciever
Jensen CJ-R Bookshelf Speakers
Sennheiser HD-477 Studio Monitor Headphones
The computer I have in my bedroom is a HP Pavilion 6535 with Windows 98 2nd edition, an Intel Celeron processor running at 466mhz, upgraded to 192 megs ram, and an HP Pavilion MX70 monitor.
The computer also has a wireless connection to the cable modem via our wireless broadband home network.
There's also ofcourse av furniture to house the audio and video equipment as well as furniture to house the computer equipment.
My bedroom isn't even the master bedroom, so after you add in a bed, a recliner, and a computer chair into the mix there isn't tons of room left over.
That's why I don't have a printer or a scanner hooked up to the computer in my bedroom, there simply isn't enough room so the 2nd scanner and the 2nd printer are in the basement collecting dust not hooked up to anything.
I used to have a Sony Webtv Plus and I loved that thing, and I sold it on ebay after my parents got another puter so I got their old one.
I REALLY REALLY miss the webtv plus even though I have a broadband puter now.
I'll attach a bunch of pics of the audio, video, and computer equipment.
Here are the computer pics.
Mitsu 65" rear projection TV
Samsung T-150 HDTV receiver
Dish PVR 501
(soon to be replaced by a 921)
H/K AVR 300: (in need of upgrade to 325 for component switching)
Xbox w/ HDTV adapter
HK Thirty speakers (1992), KLH 12" powered sub, HK HTS6 surround speaker system w/ 10" powered sub
Sat: Dish 811
TV: Sony KV-40XBR800
DVD: Sony DVP-NC685
A/V Rec: Kenwood VR-410
Speakers: All Klipsch=Front: RF-3II's, Center: SC-1, Surround: [/FONT]SS-1's
Sub: Velodyne CHT-12
Also have a Kenwood 5-disc cd player and dual-cassette player/recorder.
TV - Toshiba Cinema Series 65HDX82
A/V - Pioneer VSX-D812
Spks - 4 Advent surrounds + Sony 12" Sub (TV has center channel line in)
DVD - Pioneer DV-365 Progressive
VCR - JVC SVHS
Sats - 501, 721, 811
TV - Magnavox MX 32"
DVD - Pioneer DV-440
VCR - JVC SVHS
TV - Magnavox 27"
DVD - Toshiba
VCR - Hitachi HiFi
Panasonic Tau CT-34WX54 34" Widescreen HDTV
Dish 921 - DVI-HDCP
JVC DVD - Component 480p
GameCube - Component 480p
JVC S-VHS VCR - S-Video
Nintendo 64 - S-Video
Kenwood AV - soon to be upgraded
Polk L/C/R/Surround & Sub
Had to remove my Kenwood Turntable & Cassette Deck due to wife factor. (didn't fit in our new cabinet).