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

    Quote Originally Posted by docutech View Post
    it is the VS13988

    Save yourself at least 100 dollars by getting it here:

    http://www.bush-furniture-online.com...S13988-03.html

    Best Buys shipping charges FTL.

    Here are all the measurements:

    http://www.bushfurniture.com/bushind...18=TV&id19=60#

    The ENTIRE stand is made of 3/4 inch MDF and is VERY sturdy! And this thing weighs a TON!
    thanks for the info!

    asked the girl if i could pick it up she said go ahead so im going on thursday
    gonna get this one

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1157067820277

    they have it in stock at the local best buy so i save shipping.







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

    oh yah do you have any heating issues with the ps3 or the receiver? i know the denon gets pretty hot and so does the ps3




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

    Remember,
    The unit you are looking at is made from particle board. The unit I suggested is made of MDF. Much better material and once put together it is much sturdier. This thing is like a rock!

    Yes you will encounter some heating issues. THis is what I did to rememdy the problem:

    I took the back cover to my buddy's house and had him rip 4 inches off on his table saw. Now there is a 4 inch opening along the top of the rear. Makes for great airflow and It really made a difference.




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

    "I took the back cover to my buddy's house and had him rip 4 inches off on his table saw. Now there is a 4 inch opening along the top of the rear. Makes for great airflow and It really made a difference"


    You can see what I am talking about here:

    The wall is visible if you get down low enough to see through the cracks between the shelves.



    Here is another thing I did:

    I took a circle bit (like one would use to cut a hole in a door for a doorknob) and drilled a 2 inch hole on the back side of each shelf and dividing wall. THis way I was able to route all my cables inside the unit without unnecessarily cluttering the rear. By doing this, I am able to push the cabinet about an inch or so from the wall leaving just enough room for my power conditioner plug. Things are nice and tidy in there!




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

    anyone know where i can get some some-what cheap 12's for my homesystem, doesnt need to be super nice, just somethin to replace some piece of crap sony subs.




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

    No heat problems docutech with the back removed. I used the bracing on the back to route all my cables/wires so nothing shows on the floor and the runs look nice and neat.




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

    Quote Originally Posted by MA$E View Post
    anyone know where i can get some some-what cheap 12's for my homesystem, doesnt need to be super nice, just somethin to replace some piece of crap sony subs.

    www.mach5audio.com



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    Quote Originally Posted by MA$E View Post
    anyone know where i can get some some-what cheap 12's for my homesystem, doesnt need to be super nice, just somethin to replace some piece of crap sony subs.
    http://www.soundsolutionsaudio.com/shop/

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

    Quote Originally Posted by docutech View Post
    "I took the back cover to my buddy's house and had him rip 4 inches off on his table saw. Now there is a 4 inch opening along the top of the rear. Makes for great airflow and It really made a difference"


    You can see what I am talking about here:

    The wall is visible if you get down low enough to see through the cracks between the shelves.


    Here is another thing I did:

    I took a circle bit (like one would use to cut a hole in a door for a doorknob) and drilled a 2 inch hole on the back side of each shelf and dividing wall. THis way I was able to route all my cables inside the unit without unnecessarily cluttering the rear. By doing this, I am able to push the cabinet about an inch or so from the wall leaving just enough room for my power conditioner plug. Things are nice and tidy in there!

    ok before i leave to go pick it up
    does the ir part of your remote go through the glass? or am i gonna need a repeatter or do you use the rf instead?

    im thinking worst case scenario ill just take off the front glass windows till i get a new remote or pick up some repeater later and some fans for the back of the stand




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

    No IR issues whatsoever.




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

    Quote Originally Posted by docutech View Post
    No IR issues whatsoever.
    dang man that tv stand took me like close to 2 hours to built! hahahahahah

    and one fudged up thing my rotel doesnt fit in the middle well it mmight but it wont have any room to breath

    oh well its dang ****


    btw

    so what do you or any recommend i do

    put the fans so they **** in air ????

    or

    put the fans so they **** air out of the tv stand????




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    I would put that Rotel out in the free air so it can breath frealy. It can generate a lot of heat...







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

    Quote Originally Posted by B&W_EE View Post
    I would put that Rotel out in the free air so it can breath frealy. It can generate a lot of heat...
    x2 on that 1loudsuv

    It took me 3 hours to get mine together!

    I wouldnt put fans in there as they are either going to draw more dust. Cut the back cover and you will get a natural air exchange (hot air rises and by doing so will draw in cool air.




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