Post Pics Of Your Setup

Discussion in 'Console Industry' started by Hardknock, Dec 22, 2005.

  1. Hardknock

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    Got bit by the 1080p Bug

    Couldn't resist the new 1080p sets out right now. My setup is basically the same besides the new TV. Sorry for the crap screens.

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  2. Hardknock

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    Xbox 360 looks amazing. Can't wait for Blu-Ray, HD-DVD and PS3 games in 1080p :smile:

    quick screen grabs.

    DOA4:

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    Kameo

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    Another one of those gorgeous Kameo Parrellax Mapping Textures again:

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    PDZ:

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  3. SonyNinja

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    That looks like a fire hazzard.Put a fire alarm in that room.
     
  4. Hardknock

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    Where are those people that were saying DOA4 looks like crap? :wink:
     
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    The place where the people are that say the same thing about Kameo.
     
  6. NavNucST3

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    You really ought to think about buying the Toshiba HD A1, I don't know of any of my friends or cohorts that are disappointed in the player, load times notwithstanding. Its also been said that the 2nd gen may not be as good as the 1st gen. Even at $500 I think it might be the better overall buy than the MSFT HD DVD, but you never know.
     
  7. Graham

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    Got myself the little white box today :) Finally got the cheque for some work I did 9 months ago, so went and did some shopping :)

    so far I'm very impressed.

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    normally you can't see the cables :p silly camera flash :runaway:
     
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    The 360's hooked up to a Sanyo Z series HD projector, and Sony DVF s-series DTS amp and Mission speaker setup (702e's at front & 761i's at rear).
    For reference, it's a 220" pic and that's a Samsung 42" TV in the corner.........and unfortunately. I've not got my screen up, an lost me blackout blinds for this pic, hence the front windows being so evident (they're actually floor to ceiling along one side of my lounge.
     
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    Do I spot Polk Audio? :)
     
  11. Hardknock

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    ???
     
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    More specialized. The HD-A1 was somewhat over done with extra DAC's and so forth. Also, they're cutting out the analog outs. Chassis construction might not be as sturdy either in order to make it slimmer and more "pretty."
     
  13. DeathKnight

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    Got a new TV about a month and a half ago. Westinghouse LTV-32W6 32" LCD HDTV. Also using it as my computer monitor (1360x768 res).

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    It's probably too late at this point, but I was going to recommend the LVM-37w3 (1920x1080p) since you are using it as a PC monitor as well.

     
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    I know all about the 1080p set they have. I chose not to buy it (plus it's significantly more expensive than the 32W6 I got for $850). My PC doesn't have enough horsepower to crank out games with enough AA and AF to make them pretty at 1920x1080. I like to run them widescreen if at all possible (which will rule out 1280x1024) and I'm not about to have it display anything other than its native res with a PC. I sit far enough away from the TV (7-8') that at 1920x1080 everything will be too small (I'm not going to jack up font and icon sizes). The 32W6 is great at 1360x768.
     
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    Is it just me or is that a very large centre channel?
     
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    Long time lurker, just turned registered user for this thread. Thanks OP ;)

    My setup
    Samsung HL-P6163W 61" DLP HDTV
    (currently setup temporarily at my temporary place of residence until I move in 2 months)

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