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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    we need more pix right now lol







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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Like this one? Of all 3 of my babies together.





    Or this one? With my DM330i from 2 years ago with a vintage Kyocera Receiver.




    HOW ABOUT THIS ONE! With the B&W DM330i with a QSC MX-1500a, dbx 2231 EQ, and a Alesis Studio 12R mixer...



    There are some old pictures from almost 2-3 years ago....







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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    ok here is how my hd-dvd/blur ray ht evolved yes some pictures especially the first one shows how messy i used to have things lol

    FIRST PIX OF HOW MY SETUP FIRST STARTED 32" SONY TV WITH NO SPEAKERS NO GAME SYSTEM NO NOTHING LOL


    HERE IT IS WITH THE NEW TV AND A 360 AND A BLU RAY PLAYER WHICH BOTH THE 360 AND BLU RAY PLAYER GOT SOLD






    MY OLD RECEIVER AND NOW WITH HD-DVD



    FARTHER AWAY PIX YOU CAN EVEN SEE MY SONS CHAIR BEING USED FOR A SPEAKER STAND LOL




    HARMONY 880



    LITTLE CLEARER PIX OF THE BOOKSHELF SPEAKER'S I WAS USING FROM MY YAMAHA HITB SYSTEM WITH THE MONSTER POWERBAR




    DENON AVR 2807 BOX




    DENON BACK PIX










    DENON FRONT PIX




    DENON INSTALLED





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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    DEF TECH TOWERS AND CENTER CHANNEL





    PICTURES OF MY HD-DVDS


    SOME SQ STUFF (EAGLES FAREWELL TOUR ON HD-DVD)




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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by B&W_EE View Post
    Actually....

    The Theta and using the Arcam as a Transport is what I was thinking about doing...

    Great minds must think alike...

    After being on the shelf for more than 4 years I decided to dust off my old Denon DCD-695 CD player which has a coax digital output. I also dusted off my Audio Alchemy Digital Decoding Engine v1.0. I ran a Monster Cable M1000 Silver Video coax cable from the Denon (now a transport) to the Alchemy's coax input. Then I ran a 1 meter pair of Monster Cable M1000 Mk 3 analog interconnects (retailed for around $200 back in the 90s) from the analog outputs of the Alchemy to my analog inputs of my Denon receiver.

    I was skeptical at first but I didn't really care what the results were as I wasn't spending any money to try this. I always thought I was lacking a little with my setup but I just thought it was my speakers getting old. Well, after hooking it all up and putting in a CD I was astonished at how detailed and full of life my system was. It has been my Universal player all along that was lacking in detail. Don't get me wrong my universal is NOT worthless to me now because it sounds outstanding with DVD-Audio and SACD and gives a GREAT picture for DVD-Video. But I will be playing CDs on my Denon tansport and Audio Alchemy converter. I'm curious as to how HDCDs played through the universal will sound compared to the 2 piece seeing how the Alchemy isn't HDCD compatible. The universal may have a slight edge with HDCDs even though its not really a fair comparison.



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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by adam71 View Post
    After being on the shelf for more than 4 years I decided to dust off my old Denon DCD-695 CD player which has a coax digital output. I also dusted off my Audio Alchemy Digital Decoding Engine v1.0. I ran a Monster Cable M1000 Silver Video coax cable from the Denon (now a transport) to the Alchemy's coax input. Then I ran a 1 meter pair of Monster Cable M1000 Mk 3 analog interconnects (retailed for around $200 back in the 90s) from the analog outputs of the Alchemy to my analog inputs of my Denon receiver.

    I was skeptical at first but I didn't really care what the results were as I wasn't spending any money to try this. I always thought I was lacking a little with my setup but I just thought it was my speakers getting old. Well, after hooking it all up and putting in a CD I was astonished at how detailed and full of life my system was. It has been my Universal player all along that was lacking in detail. Don't get me wrong my universal is NOT worthless to me now because it sounds outstanding with DVD-Audio and SACD and gives a GREAT picture for DVD-Video. But I will be playing CDs on my Denon tansport and Audio Alchemy converter. I'm curious as to how HDCDs played through the universal will sound compared to the 2 piece seeing how the Alchemy isn't HDCD compatible. The universal may have a slight edge with HDCDs even though its not really a fair comparison.




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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1loudsuv View Post
    PICTURES OF MY HD-DVDS
    First of all, why haven't you alphabetized those movies. LOL.

    Second of all, how does "Riddick" look on HD-DVD.???



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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1loudsuv View Post
    DEF TECH TOWERS AND CENTER CHANNEL



    I've seen those center channel shelfs on a couple of websites, do you know how much weight they can handle?

    My center is an Energy AC300 that weighs just over 30 lbs and I've always wondered if that type of shelf could handle it.



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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by docutech View Post
    Holy ****, I just got called out. LOL. I really don't have a camera of any kind. My phone doesn't have one either. I'll get some up at a later time.



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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich B View Post
    I've seen those center channel shelfs on a couple of websites, do you know how much weight they can handle?

    My center is an Energy AC300 that weighs just over 30 lbs and I've always wondered if that type of shelf could handle it.
    the stand itself i say can handle 60-70lbs it advertises 30 though

    my center channel is 30 lbs

    i say its more of what the back thickness of your tv is.. if it is sturdy then it can handle the weight but if its flimsy then the tv will give out before the stand




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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by adam71 View Post
    First of all, why haven't you alphabetized those movies. LOL.

    Second of all, how does "Riddick" look on HD-DVD.???
    actually i have them in picture quality order..

    far right top is the best and far left bottom is the worst...

    and as you see riddick is close to the best and its sick so far its the best sounding hd-dvd ive seen. and real good pq




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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1loudsuv View Post
    the stand itself i say can handle 60-70lbs it advertises 30 though

    my center channel is 30 lbs

    i say its more of what the back thickness of your tv is.. if it is sturdy then it can handle the weight but if its flimsy then the tv will give out before the stand


    Great, thank you.

    Now I can think about buying one!



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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1loudsuv View Post
    actually i have them in picture quality order..

    far right top is the best and far left bottom is the worst...

    and as you see riddick is close to the best and its sick so far its the best sounding hd-dvd ive seen. and real good pq
    It's actually one of the better standard DVDs when it comes to sound and it doesn't even have a DTS soundtrack. Dolby Digital only. Overall great movie. Would be nice to see a 3rd installment in that franchise.





    EDIT: Also, does it seem like the NEWER movies that weren't originally released in other formats have a better picture than the older movies.??



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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by adam71 View Post
    It's actually one of the better standard DVDs when it comes to sound and it doesn't even have a DTS soundtrack. Dolby Digital only. Overall great movie. Would be nice to see a 3rd installment in that franchise.





    EDIT: Also, does it seem like the NEWER movies that weren't originally released in other formats have a better picture than the older movies.??
    nope actually its the opposite...

    superman returns filmed with hd cameras

    well it looks like doodoo compared to say casino which is like 10-15 years old

    same with miami vice and click.

    i think film is something like 2500x4500 resolution




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    Re: Post your home audio setups. Here is mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by adam71 View Post
    After being on the shelf for more than 4 years I decided to dust off my old Denon DCD-695 CD player which has a coax digital output. I also dusted off my Audio Alchemy Digital Decoding Engine v1.0. I ran a Monster Cable M1000 Silver Video coax cable from the Denon (now a transport) to the Alchemy's coax input. Then I ran a 1 meter pair of Monster Cable M1000 Mk 3 analog interconnects (retailed for around $200 back in the 90s) from the analog outputs of the Alchemy to my analog inputs of my Denon receiver.

    I was skeptical at first but I didn't really care what the results were as I wasn't spending any money to try this. I always thought I was lacking a little with my setup but I just thought it was my speakers getting old. Well, after hooking it all up and putting in a CD I was astonished at how detailed and full of life my system was. It has been my Universal player all along that was lacking in detail. Don't get me wrong my universal is NOT worthless to me now because it sounds outstanding with DVD-Audio and SACD and gives a GREAT picture for DVD-Video. But I will be playing CDs on my Denon tansport and Audio Alchemy converter. I'm curious as to how HDCDs played through the universal will sound compared to the 2 piece seeing how the Alchemy isn't HDCD compatible. The universal may have a slight edge with HDCDs even though its not really a fair comparison.

    No you are wrong... All CD players sound the same... Didn't you know that? You can't tell the difference between them.. DUH.... I mean seriously...

    LOL.... Welcome to the real audio world!!! There is a reason that I don't use a universal player ....







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